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2022-2023 Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Catalog

Automotive Technology, AAS


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Automotive Technology


Purpose

The Automotive Technology Program is designed to prepare the student for
employment and advancement in the automotive service industry.

Program Description

The Automotive Technology Program prepares the students to enter the labor market as an entry level automotive technician or advanced apprentice. Upon completion of this course the graduate will be prepared to secure employment or to further his training in a specialized automotive field.
* Shop safety, hand and power tools, general shop practices
* Drive trains, brake systems, suspension systems, wheel alignment
* Engine inspection, testing, adjusting, and overhauling
* Automotive electronics, automotive emissions systems, automotive air conditioning

Program Length

Four Semesters

Degree (s) Offered

Associate in Applied Science

Admission Requirements

  • Must meet all general admission requirements of the college. For certificate-only option, an ACT Work Keys Career Readiness Credential Silver-level score is acceptable for admission.
  • Must have good manual dexterity, arm-hand steadiness, near vision, active listening, and information ordering skills.
  • Receive a negative test result on drug screen test conducted by a certified laboratory approved by the college and have the results submitted directly to the college. 

Contact

Automotive Instructors: Brad Ellzey 601.477.5461 or Ryley Patterson 601.477.4246 or at brad.ellzey@jcjc.edu or ryley.patterson@jcjc.edu.

Program Requirements


The following advisement plan is a recommended course of study. An academic advisor may alter course sequence to meet individual student needs. In addition, an academic advisor may recommend additional or different courses depending upon student career plans and/or requirements of the college or university to which the student plans to transfer.

Freshman Year


First Semester


Total Hours: 18

Second Semester


Total Hours: 20

Sophomore Year


First Semester


Total Hours: 16

Second Semester


Total Hours: 15

Note(s):


*Students who lack entry level skills in Math and English will be provided related studies. Baseline competencies will be integrated into existing courses in the curriculum.

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