b'Automotive Technology (Harrison County Campus) The Automotive Technology program prepares graduates for careers in servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles. Students will engage in coursework covering areas such as engine repair, electrical and electronic systems, engine performance, and brakes. In addition, graduates will earn a work-ready student certification through the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). This program leads to an Associate of Applied Science Degree and is preparatory for employment upon graduation from MGCCC. Where a transfer to four-year college or university is desired, a conference should be scheduled with a MGCCC advisor. All students completing a career or technical program must complete a MGCCC Board- approved Technical Skills Attainment where applicable. Students should see an advisor for further details. Automotive Technology Certificate Semester One ATT 1123 - Basic Electrical/Electronic Credit(s): 3 ATT 1213 - Brakes Credit(s): 3 ATT 1424 - Engine Performance I Credit(s): 4 ATT 1714 - Engine Repair Credit(s): 4 ATT 1811 - Introduction, Safety, and Employability Skills Credit(s): 1 Semester Two ATT 1134 - Advanced Electrical/Electronic Credit(s): 4 ATT 1313 - Manual Drive Trains/Transaxles Credit(s): 3 ATT 2334 - Steering and Suspension Systems Credit(s): 4 ATT 2434 - Engine Performance II Credit(s): 4 Total Credits: 30 Automotive Technology Diploma Semester Three ATT 2324 - Automatic Transmissions/Transaxles Credit(s): 4 ATT 2444 - Engine Performance III Credit(s): 4 ATT 2614 - Heating and Air Conditioning Credit(s): 4 ATT 2913 - Special Problem I in Automotive Technology Credit(s): 3 Total Credits: 15 Total Clock Hours: 1,290156'