Automotive Technology Associate in Science

The Associate of Science in Automotive Technology degree program offers students the opportunity to learn the academic and occupational skills needed by entry-level technicians in the automotive industry.  The degree is aligned with the standards of the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). The program is NATEF certified, a member of the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3), and a Local Mopar College Automotive Program (Mopar CAP Local).

Semester 1

Course Code Title Units
AUTO 010 Introduction to Automotive Technology 4
AUTO 011B Auto Electronics & Electrical Systems 4
AUTO 045A Intro to Alternative Fuel Vehicles 2
ENG 001A English Composition 4

Semester 2

Course Code Title Units
AUTO 011C Advanced Automotive Electrical Systems 4
AUTO 012A Automotive Suspension & Steering Systems 4
AUTO 013A Automotive Braking Systems 4
MATH 049  Intermediate Algebra or any math course from Area C4b 3 - 4


Course Code Title Units
COD GE Area C1 Natural Sciences 3
COD GE Area C2 Social and Behavioral Sciences 3


Semester 3

Course Code Title Units
AUTO 014A Automotive Engine Management 4
AUTO 021A Automotive Diagnosis & Troubleshooting 2
AUTO 043A Intro to Hybrid, Electric & Fuel-Cell Vehicle Technology 3
AUTO 095A Automotive Technology Work Experience 2
COD GE Area D Kinesiology Activity Requirement 1

Semester 4

Course Code Title Units
AUTO 015 Automotive Engine Diagnosis & Repair 4
AUTO 020A Automotive Quick Service 3
COD GE Area C3 Arts, Humanities and Culture 3
COD GE Area C5 Personal Growth and Development 3
COD GE Area D Kinesiology Activity Requirement 1

Please see a Counselor if you need help selecting COD GE classes.