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Course Descriptions and Outlines:
This course covers theory and application of auto safety, tools, fasteners, basic electricity, and general auto service. (Prerequisites: None). (2 C/2 lect, 0 lab, 0 OJT).
This course covers engine design as well as diagnosis, evaluation, repair, and maintenance steps involved in restoring gasoline automotive engines to good running order. (Prerequisites: None). (3 C/3 hrs/wk).
This course covers suspension design, alignment geometry and wheel and tire factors as well as recommended maintenance steps concerning suspension systems and related compounds. (Prerequisites: None). (2 C/2 hrs/wk).
This course covers theory and practice of oxy-acetylene, stick arc, and wire-feed welding. Students will learn theory and safety and have an opportunity to learn and practice "hands-on" welding skills. (Prerequisites: None). (2 C/4 hrs/wk).
This course covers basics of hydraulics, gear ratios, and engine physics as related to automobiles and trucks, with emphasis on formulas and calculations of various related factors. (Prerequisites: None). (2 C/2 hrs/wk).
Last Updated: November 4, 2014