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EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE_ _____________________________________________________________ 2016-2017
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Automotive Technology
Advanced Technical Certificate
55 Credits
Financial Aid Eligible
Fall Semester 1st Year
ASE 114
Engine Repair
3
ASE 133
Manual Drive-train
2
ASE 164
Intro to Electrical
1
ASE 165
Electrical Systems
3
ASE 173
Automotive/Diesel Basic HVAC
2
MAT 110
Technical Mathematics
3
MTD 103
Automotive/Diesel Technology
Fundamentals & Safety
2
Spring Semester 1st Year
ASE 102
Workplace Technical Skills
3
ASE 103
Automotive Theory I
6
ASE 103L
Automotive Lab I
6
Fall Semester 2nd Year
ASE 203
Automotive Theory II
6
ASE 203L
Automotive Lab II
6
Spring Semester 2nd Year
ASE 204
Automotive Theory III
6
ASE 204L
Automotive Lab III
6
Automotive Technology
Intermediate Technical Certificate
31 Credits
Financial Aid Eligible
Fall Semester 1st Year
ASE 114
Engine Repair
3
ASE 133
Manual Drive-train
2
ASE 164
Intro to Electrical
1
ASE 165
Electrical Systems
3
ASE 173
Automotive/Diesel Basic HVAC
2
MAT 110
Technical Mathematics
3
MTD 103
Automotive/Diesel Technology
Fundamentals & Safety
2
Spring Semester 1st Year
ASE 102
Workplace Technical Skills
3
ASE 103
Automotive Theory I
6
ASE 103L
Automotive Lab I
6
DIESEL TECHNOLOGY
Intended Learning Outcomes
• Use current technical diagnostic procedures to diagnose and
repair to industry standards all eight areas of heavy duty trucks
and equipment.
• Demonstrate by performing all safety procedures including the
use of tools and equipment during all related shop activities.
• Locate and use current repair procedures and information from
computer based programs and written text.
• Understand, demonstrate, and value attributes of
professionalism.
• Properly prepare hand written and electronic documents that
are accurate, legible, and clearly understood.
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
Intended Learning Outcomes
• Use current technical diagnostic procedures to diagnose and
repair to industry standards all eight areas of modern
automobiles and light trucks.
• Demonstrate by performing all safety procedures including the
use of tools and equipment during all related shop activities.
• Locate and use current repair procedures and information from
computer based programs and written text.
• Understand, demonstrate, and value attributes of
professionalism.
• Properly prepare hand written and electronic documents that
are accurate, legible, and clearly understood.
Automotive Technology
Associate of Applied Science Degree
70 Credits
(15 General Education Credits Required)
Financial Aid Eligible
Fall Semester 1st Year
ASE 114
Engine Repair
3
ASE 133
Manual Drive-train
2
ASE 164
Intro to Electrical
1
ASE 165
Electrical Systems
3
ASE 173
Automotive/Diesel Basic HVAC
2
MAT 110
Technical Mathematics
3
MTD 103
Automotive/Diesel Technology
Fundamentals & Safety
2
Spring Semester 1st Year
ASE 102
Workplace Technical Skills
3
ASE 103
Automotive Theory I
6
ASE 103L
Automotive Lab I
6
Fall Semester 2nd Year
ASE 203
Automotive Theory II
6
ASE 203L
Automotive Lab II
6
Spring Semester 2nd Year
ASE 204
Automotive Theory III
6
ASE 204L
Automotive Lab III
6
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all or Spring Semester
Any Gen Ed
Any General Education Elective
3
COM 101
Fundamentals of Speech
3
ENG 101
English Composition
3
MAT 123
Mathematics in Modern Society
3
PSY 101
Introduction to Psychology
3OR
SOC 101
Introduction to Sociology
3
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