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EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE_ _____________________________________________________________ 2016-2017
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ASE 165 Electrical Systems
3 credits
This course covers basic troubleshooting and repair procedures
for automotive and heavy-duty electrical systems and
subsystems. Topics include: basic electrical fundamental
theory, wiring diagrams, test equipment, diagnosis and repair
or replacement of electrical components, including batteries,
starting systems, charging systems, and lighting systems. Upon
successful completion, the student should be able to properly use
wiring diagrams and test equipment to diagnose, test, and repair
wiring, start/charge systems, and lighting systems in accordance
with Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) standards. FA
ASE 173 Automotive/Diesel Basic HVAC
2 credits
This course covers safety, basic theory, operation, maintenance,
testing, and repair of water pumps, cooling fans and drive
clutches, drive belts, coolant/antifreeze, radiators, radiator caps,
recovery systems, heater controls, heater cores, heater hoses and
clamps, A/C compressors and clutches, evaporators, condensers,
receiver dryers, accumulator dryers, TXV’s, orifice tubes,
and various other control systems. Proper use of specialized
diagnostic equipment and tools is included. FA
ASE 203 Automotive II Theory
6 credits
This 16 week course is designed to build on the principles
received in Automotive Theory I and lab (ASE 103/103L).
Students will receive advanced level training in repair areas
within the automotive industry. Students will receive theory
that pertains to the following six major ASE areas of repair:
Automatic Transmission (A2), Manual Drive-Train (A3),
Steering and Suspension (A4), Automotive Brake Systems (A5),
Automotive Electrical Systems (A6) and Automotive HVAC
(A7). FA
Prerequisite: ASE 103 & ASE 103L, Corequisite: ASE 203L
ASE 203LAutomotive II Lab
6 credits
In this 16 week lab course students will receive training in
advanced level lab activities on modules and live work that
pertain mainly to the following six major ASE areas of repair:
Automatic Transmission (A2), Manual Drive-Train (A3),
Steering and Suspension (A4), Automotive Brake Systems (A5),
Automotive Electrical Systems (A6), and Automotive HVAC
(A7). FA
Prerequisite: ASE 103 & ASE 103L, Corequisite: ASE 203
ASE 204 Automotive III Theory
6 credits
This 16 week course is designed to build on the principles
received in Automotive Theory I/II and labs (ASE 103/103L and
ASE 203/203L). Student will receive theory that pertains to the
ASE area Engine Performance (A8). SP
Prerequisite: ASE 203 & ASE 203L, Corequisite: ASE 204L
ASE 204LAutomotive III Lab
6 credits
In this 16 week lab course students will receive training in
advanced level lab activities on modules and live work that
pertain mainly to Engine Performance (A8). SP
Prerequisite: ASE 203 & ASE 203L, Corequisite: ASE 204.
ASE 205 Diesel Theory II
6 credits
This 16 week theory course is designed to build on the principles
received in Diesel Theory I and lab (ASE 105 and 105L).
Student will receive advanced level training in the following
ASE repair areas within the diesel industry: Hydraulics, Steering
and Suspension (T5), HVAC (T7), and Electrical/Electronic
systems (T6, T8). FA
Prerequisite: ASE 105 & 105L, Corequisite: ASE 205L
ASE 205L Diesel II Lab
6 credits
In this 16 week lab course students will receive training in
advanced level lab activities on modules and live work that
pertain mainly to the following four major areas of ASE H/D
Diesel repair: Hydraulics, Steering and Suspension (T5), HVAC
(T7), and Electrical/Electronic systems (T6, T8). FA
Prerequisite: ASE 105 & 105L, Corequisite: ASE 205
ASE 206 Diesel III Theory
6 credits
This 16 week course is designed to build on the principles
received in Diesel Theory I/ II and labs (ASE 105/105L and ASE
205/205L). Student will receive theory that pertains to Heavy
Duty Diesel Emission Systems, Electrical and Electronics (T6)
and Preventative Maintenance and Inspection (T8). SP
Prerequisite: ASE 205 & 205L, Corequisite: ASE 206L
ASE 206L Diesel III Lab
6 credits
In this 16 week lab course students will receive training in
advanced level lab activities on modules and live work that
pertain mainly to Heavy Duty Diesel Emission Systems,
Electrical and Electronics (T6) and Preventative Maintenance
and Inspection (T8). SP
Prerequisite: ASE 205 & 205L, Corequisite: ASE 206
BIO 227 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
4 Credits
This course is the first of a two course sequence that will cover
human anatomy and physiology. This course covers the body
structures and how they function to maintain homeostasis in the
body. The systems covered in this first course will include the
following systems: integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous
and endocrine. The anatomy of the cell will be covered in detail
and how cells working together form different tissues. Important
physiology processes such as a muscle contraction and nerve
impulse will be covered. FA
Corequisite: BIO 227L
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