- Associate in Applied Science Degree
- Program location:
- South Omaha Campus
The Automotive Technology START (Student Training in Automotive Repair Technology) program includes an associate degree program and specialist diplomas designed to meet the technical needs of an industry that has been revolutionized by electronics and computerization. The associate degree program provides a sound background in the major automotive repair areas.
|Total Credit Hours Required||110.0|
General Education Requirements - 27.0
|MATH 1240 Applied Mathematics||4.5|
|HMRL 1010 Human Relations Skills||4.5|
|INFO 1001 Information Systems and Literacy||4.5|
Major Requirements for Automotive Technology - 83.0 Credit Hrs.
|AUTT 1010 Introduction to Auto Service and Minor Repair||6.0|
|AUTT 1210 Automotive Electricity and Electronics I||6.0|
|AUTT 1220 Automotive Electricity and Electronics II||6.0|
|AUTT 1510 Brake Systems||6.0|
|AUTT 1620 Climate Control, Heating and Air Conditioning||6.0|
|AUTT 1710 Engine Mechanical Service||6.0|
|AUTT 2310 Suspension Systems||6.0|
|AUTT 2410 Basic Driveability||6.0|
|AUTT 2430 Advanced Driveability||6.0|
|AUTT 2810 Manual Transmissions and Drivetrains||6.0|
|AUTT 2820 Automatic Transmissions||6.0|
|AUTT 2830 Automatic Transaxles||6.0|
|AUTT 2981 On-The-Job Training/Work Experience||8.0|
|WELD 1261 Combination Welding - Automotive||3.0|
Students must complete 24.0 credit hours in automotive courses before they may register for AUTT 2981 On-the- Job Training/Work Experience.
Entrance into the AUTT program is determined by an application process. Contact an academic advisor or faculty member to acquire an application packet.
The Automotive Technology program has ASE MASTER certification in all areas of training. This is the highest level of achievement recognized by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.
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Students who wish to enter the Automotive Technology program must complete a hands-on (Nuts/Bolts) test. Entrance into the Automotive Technology program is limited to the Fall quarter only.
A basic tool set is required by the beginning of the second quarter of classes. Students who do not obtain their tools may be disenrolled.
This program utilizes a hybrid format. Approximately 15 percent of the instruction is online..
Additional program requirements are detailed in the student handbook at www.mccneb.edu/autt/.
Students who do not wish to earn an associate degree but who wish to take one or two automotive classes may do so with the approval of the instructor.