b'Courses of Instruction The following courses are offered at MGCCC. Courses are identified by name and number.Those numbered from 1001 to 1999 are considered freshman level courses, and those from 2001 to 2999 are sophomore level courses.The three numbers in parentheses after the description of each academic and technical course indicate the number of semester hours credit for the course, the number of lecture hours each week, and the number of laboratory or activity hours each week, respectively. Instructional hours are indicated for career and technical courses. Auto Collision RepairA course in the procedures andContinuation of Refinishing I. practices for metal finishing and bodyIncluded are types of paint defects and (ABT)filling. This course also covers thepaint gun application and maintenance complete inspection and non- procedures. (3,1,4) ABT 1146 - Structuralstructural analysis of damaged vehicles. It is designed to enable theABT 1443 - Mechanical and Analysis and Damage Repairstudent to determine the conditions Iand severity of the damage, the repairElectrical Components I or replacement of parts, the estimated Credit(s): 6repair time, and correct use ofCredit(s): 3 reference manuals. (3,2,2) A course to provide skills and practiceA course designed to provide theory in welding and cutting procedures thatABT 1236 - Non-Structuraland practice in the areas of restraint are used in the collision repairsystems, cooling systems, and air Analysis and Damage Repairconditioning/heating systems. An industry. This course also covers theIIintroduction to small business complete inspection and non-structural analysis of damagedmanagement techniques as applied to vehicles. It is designed to enable theCredit(s): 6the collision repair shop.Includes student to determine the conditionscomputerized information and record and severity of the damage, the repairThis course is a continuation of Non- systems. Also included are financial or replacement of parts, the estimatedStructural Analysis and Damageresponsibilities, shop layout, repair time, and correct use ofRepair I. This course providesinventory, and employee-employer reference manuals. (6,3,6)instruction for preparation principlesrelations. (3,3,0) and practices. This course provides ABT 1153 - Structuralinstruction for outer body panelABT 1453 - Mechanical and repair, replacement, and adjustmentElectrical Components II Analysis and Damage Repairprinciples and practices. (6,3,6) II Credit(s): 3 ABT 1313 - Refinishing I Credit(s): 3A course designed to provide theory Credit(s): 3and practice in the areas of brakes and This course is a continuation ofelectrical. (3,3,0) Structural Analysis and DamageA course to provide skills and Repair I. This course providespractices in vehicle preparation, instruction and practice in unibodyABT 2163 - Structural inspection, measurement, and repair.cleaning, sanding, metal treatment,Analysis and Damage Repair and masking. Included is determining (3,2,2)imperfections in paint jobs. EmphasisIII is placed upon personal safety and ABT 1223 - Non-Structuralenvironmental concerns. (3,1,4)Credit(s): 3 Analysis and Damage Repair IABT 1323 - Refinishing IIThis course is a continuation of Structural Analysis and Damage Repair II. This course provides Credit(s): 3Credit(s): 3instruction and practice in unibody268'