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ACCOUNTING

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Accounting Certificate program, the student demonstrates the skills, knowledge, and training for entry-level positions as a bookkeeper, accounting supervisor, payroll clerk, or accounts payable/receivable clerk; and the skills necessary to complete up-to-date and accurate records of accounts and financial records, reconcile business-related bank statements with checkbooks, calculate employee wages and taxes from time cards, prepare and issue payroll checks, post entries to accounts receivable and payable. Individuals are able to prepare bank deposits, maintain payroll and/or inventory records, prepare purchase orders, review expense reports, and find and correct errors in financial records.

Total Units Required 35
Recommended Sequence:

First Semester Units

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

BUS 20 Introduction to Business 3

ELECTIVES See Group I Below 6

Second Semester

BUS 1B Principles of Accounting 5

BUS 3 Financial Accounting 5

ELECTIVES See Group I Below 3

Third Semester

BUS 4 Managerial Accounting 5

ELECTIVES See Group I Below 3

Group I (Electives)
(minimum of 12 units from the following)

BIM 1A Beginning Keyboarding 1.5

BIM 31 Electronic Calculation 3

OR

BIM 32A,B,C Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced

Office Calculation 3

BUS 11 Income Tax Procedures 3

BUS 13 Accounting on the Microcomputer 2

BUS 15 Computer Spreadsheets for Accounting 2

BUS/CS 14 Microcomputers & Small Business Systems 3

OR

CS 20 Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access 3

BUS 18A Business Law 3

BUS 26 Economics of Business 3

BUS 63 Analysis of Financial Statements 3

BUS 67 Personal Finance 3

BUS 70 Payroll Accounting 2

BUS 72 QuickBooks 1.5

BUS 81 California Income Tax Preparation 1

BUS 82A,B Business Mathematics 3,3

C S 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Administrative Assistant Certificate, the student demonstrates the skills, knowledge, and training for employment available in private industry, non-profit organizations, and government offices for the following positions: Executive Assistant, Administrative Assistant, Office Professional, Executive Secretary; demonstrates his or her ability to plan and organize meetings, maintain schedules and calendars, make travel arrangements, and communicate effectively orally; manage document input, output, storage, and retrieval; prepare, write, and process a variety of business documents; prepare business presentations; and use critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Total Units Required 34.5 - 36.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

BUS 17A Beginning Business Communication 3

BIM 2 Intermediate Keyboarding 3.5

BIM 42 Records Management and Filing 3

Second Semester

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

OR

BUS 10A Bookkeeping 3

BUS 17B Advanced Business Communication 3

BUS 35/C S 35 Multimedia Presentations 3

BIM 7A Beginning Word Processing: Concepts

and Applications 3

Third Semester

BUS 15 Computer Spreadsheets for Accounting 2

BIM 7B Intermediate Word Processing 3

BIM 38 Office Technologies 3

ELECTIVES See Group I Below 5

Group I (Electives)
(minimum of 5 units from the following)

BUS 14/C S 14 Microcomputers and

Small Business Systems 3

BUS 30 Supervision and Human Relations 3

BIM 23M Beginning Desktop Publishing,

Using PageMaker 2

OR

BIM 23P Beginning Desktop Publishing,

Using PageMaker 2

BIM 31 Electronic Calculation 3

OR

BIM 32A,B,C Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced

Office Calculation 3

BIM 82 WordPerfect for Windows 2.5

C S 43A Database Design using Microsoft Access 3

C S 45 Microsoft Windows 1

GUID 33 Job Seeking Skills 1

COM ST 1A Fundamentals of Speech 3

OR

BUS 6/COM ST 6 Business and Professional Speaking 3

OR

COM ST 3 Interpersonal Communications 3

OR

COM ST 7 Intercultural Communication 3

ADVANCED CULINARY ARTS

Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Upon successful completion of the Culinary Arts Program, the student demonstrates knowledge and skills as certified by the American Culinary Federation as a nationally recognized "Culinarian"; to perform in a work experience segment and a nutrition course; 110 American Culinary Federation (ACF) competencies; the training and skills to enter the food production field as a chef, or choose to work in related areas of foodservice management, purchasing, sales or service; and the student may transfer to a four-year college to major in Hotel Restaurant Management.

Total Units Required 43
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

CUL ART 1 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry 2

CUL ART 3 Sanitation & Safety 2

CUL ART 4 Food & Beverage Cost Technologies 2

CUL ART 5 Commercial Food Preparation 4

Second Semester

CUL ART 7 Baking 3

CUL ART 9 Restaurant Operations 9

CUL ART 11 Menu Planning 1.5

CUL ART 13 Purchasing and Receiving 1.5

FCS 6 Nutrition 3

Third Semester

CUL ART 19 Kitchen Management 9

CUL ART 25 Foodservice Management 2

CUL ART 27 Garde Manger 1.5

CUL ART 29 Beverage Management 1.5

FCS 93V Work Experience 1

AGRICULTURE BUSINESS

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Agriculture Business certificate, the student demonstrates the skills, knowledge, and training for employment in the following Agribusiness positions: Agricultural Accounting Assistant, Agriculture Administrative Assistant, Agricultural Inventory/Warehouse Technician, Agricultural Sales and Service Technician, Crop Insurance Agent, Customer Service Representative, Farm Insurance Agent, Farm/Ranch Personnel Supervisor, Feedlot Supervisor, Field Representative, Food Processing Plant Shift Supervisor, Grain Elevator Manager, International Sales and Trade Technician, Quality Control Inspector, Public Relations Specialist, Sales Agent, Sales Representative, and Wholesale Produce Agent, demonstrates his or her ability to design and implement a record keeping system, design and implement a set of farm accounts, explain the basis for farm income tax computing, calculate measure of earnings applicable to farm records, and calculate the basic measure of depreciation, constructs inventory analysis procedures, operates a microcomputer, develops and uses templates to make management decisions, and evaluates a variety of software useful to agribusiness applications, practice skills to identify and design a marketing strategy for a specific agricultural product, chart and interpret market information, analyze marketing reports, and make a sales presentation on an agricultural product, and prepare the student for a successful transfer to a university for a baccalaureate degree. The certificate program closely follows the design developed by the Central Valley Consortium Agricultural Education Tech Prep.

Total Units Required 60-62
Required Courses: Units

AGBUS 10 Management Records 3

AGBUS 12 Agricultural Economics 3

AGBUS 15 Agribusiness Computer Applications 3

AGBUS 46 Agricultural Marketing 3

AH SC 10/10L Principles of Animal Science 4

PLANT 10/10L Principles of Plant Science 4

ENG 1A Written Communications 3

COM ST 1A Fundamentals of Speech 3

C S 11 Computer Science Fundamentals 3

*MATH See Group I below 3-4

ECON 1A Principles of Economics (Macro) 3

HIST** See Group II below 3

HUM*** See Group III below 3

ELECTIVES**** See Group IV below 19-20

*Group I (Electives)
(one course from the following)

AGBUS 13 Agriculture Mathematics 3

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

**Group II (History or Political Science)
(one course from the following)

HIST 17A History of the U.S. 3

HIST 17B History of the U.S. 3

POLSCI 1 American Government 3

***Group III (Humanities)
(one course from Group III, Humanities, general education requirement for the Associate Degree)
****Group IV (Electives)
(minimum of 19 units from the following)

BIOL 1 Biology 4

CHEM 3A Introduction to General Chemistry 4

OR

CHEM 1A General Chemistry 5

MATH 12 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 3

MATH 30 College Algebra 4

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 4

AGRICULTURE BUSINESS: ANIMAL SCIENCE

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Animal Science Certificate, the student demonstrates skill, knowledge and training in preparing for employment in animal production and science and certain careers require education and experience beyond the A.A. Degree. Animal science careers for an advanced degree include Production, Science, Agribusiness, Food Industry, and Equine-Related Fields include Dairy Herdsman, Feedlot Herdsman, Poultry Operations, Meat Grading and Marketing, Feeding and Manufacturing, Animal Boarding, Animal Breeding, Animal Training, Association Representatives, Livestock Publications, Meat Inspections.

Total Units Required 32-39
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

AGBUS 13 Agriculture and Natural Resources Math 3

AH SC 10 Priciples of Animal Science 3

AH SC 10L Priciples of Animal Science Laboratory 1

AH SC 25A Introduction to Livestock Presentation 2

Second Semester

AGBUS 10 Agricultural Accounting 3

AH SC 25B Beginning Livestock Presentation 2

AH SC 36 Livestock Breeding 3

Third Semester

AGBUS 12 Agriculture Economics 3

AGBUS 15 Agribusiness Computer Applications 3

AH SC 11A Introduction to Livestock Evaluation 2

Fourth Semester

AGBUS 46 Agriculture Marketing 3

AH SC 34 Animal Health and Sanitation 3

AGBUS 96V Internship: Animal Science 1-8

AGRICULTURE BUSINESS: PLANT SCIENCE

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Agriculture Business/Plant Science certificate, the student demonstrates the skills, knowledge, and training for employment in the following positions: Crop Inspector; Cultivation Supervisor; Farm Supervisor; Crew Supervisor; Fertilizer and Chemical Applicator; Field Buyer; Field Representative: Field Soil Collector; Fruit Inspector; Nursery Technician; Greenhouse Technician; Produce Inspector; Laboratory Technician; Pest Control Operator; Plant Inspector; Plant Propagator; Quality Control Technician; Seed Technician; Seed and Supply Store Salesperson; Soil Conservation Technician; Soil Fumigator; Surveyor; and Tissue Culture Technician; demonstrates his/her ability to classify and identify plants using a botanical key; the principles of plant inheritance, plant physiology and plant growth; and the techniques for successful plant propagation; practice skills to identify types of pathogens and pests that affect plants; demonstrate local cultural practices including pruning, fertilization, planting, irrigation and harvesting; and understand the principles of plant tissue culture and gene transfer in plant breeding; and prepares the student for a successful transfer to a university for a baccalaureate degree. The certificate program closely follows the design developed by the Central Valley Consortium Agricultural Education Tech Prep.

Total Units Required 38
Required Courses:
Units

AGBUS 10 Agricultural Accounting 3

AGBUS 12 Agriculture Economics 3

AGBUS 13 Agriculture and Natural Resources

Mathematics 3

AGBUS 15 Agribusiness Computer Applications 3

AGBUS 46 Agriculture Marketing 3

AGBUS 96V Work Experience 1

AGEGR 33 Equipment Operation & Maintenance 2

PLANT10/10L Principles of Plant Science 4

PLANT 12 Economic Entomology 3

PLANT 13 Weeds & Crop Pests 3

PLANT 14 Soil Science 4

PLANT 36A Deciduous Fruit & Grape Production 3

OH 22 Plant Propagation 3

AGRICULTURE MECHANICS

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Agriculture Mechanics Certificate, the student demonstrates the skills, knowledge, and training for employment in equipment repair, equipment maintenance, and equipment assembly; and demonstrates his or her ability to troubleshoot equipment, properly adjust equipment, and perform necessary repairs. Upon completion of the certificate the student is prepared to take the Outdoor Power Equipment Certification Exams.

Total Units Required 33-37
Required Courses:
Units

AGEGR 20A Agriculture and Natural Resource Shop Skills 2

OR

INDUS 76 Tools and Measurements 3

AGEGR 21 Agriculture Welding 2

OR

MECH 10 Basic Welding for the Trades 4

AGBUS 13 Agriculture and Natural Resources

Mathematics 3

OR

INDUS 94 Industrial Mathematics 3

AGEGR 30A Introduction to Compact Engines 5

AGEGR 30B Beginning Compact Engines 5

AGEGR 30C Intermediate Compact Engines 5

AGEGR 33 Equipment Maintenance and Operations 2

AGEGR 96V Work Experience: Agricultural Engineering 2

INDUS 35 Mobile Hydraulics 4

ELECTIVES See Group I below 3

Group I (Electives)
(one course from the following)

AUTO 63 Fuel and Electrical Systems 3

DIESL 46 Diesel Engine Fuel and Tune-up 3

MECH 15 Machine Tool Process 3

APPAREL DESIGN

Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Upon successful completion of this certificate, the student demonstrates a general understanding of how to design apparel using flat design custom clothing techniques, a general understanding of the origins and history of textiles and fashion, and the training and skills for many new employment opportunities in the apparel design field.

Total Units Required 32 - 33
Required Courses:
Units

FCS 42 Textiles 3

FCS 43 Origins of Fashion 3

FCS 44 Clothing in Contemporary Society 3

FCS 47A Clothing Construction 3

FCS 47B Clothing Construction 3

FCS 48A Flat Pattern Design 3

FCS 48B Fashion Apparel 3

FCS 49A Custom Clothing Techniques 3

ELECTIVES See Group I below 8

Group I (Electives)
(minimum of 8 units from the following)

FCS 40 Introduction to Fashion Merchandising 3

FCS 41 Fashion Product Knowledge 3

FCS 49B Custom Clothing Techniques 3

FCS 51 Fashion Illustration 1.5

FCS 52 Fashion Field Study 2-3

ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Architectural Drafting certificate, the student demonstrates entry-level skills for employment in the drafting and construction industry as a manual or computer-aided drafter in architectural and building design offices, as well as in developer and building contractor offices, energy consultants, and other related sub-trades where plan reading and preparation is required; skills for employment in building and planning departments as plan checkers, code enforcement officers, and other related positions such as estimating/and construction scheduling, or sales representatives for materials suppliers within the construction industry; lower division courses required for transfer to Bachelor's Degree programs in Architecture; and the plan reading and technical preparation of construction documents, the ability to work with various mediums and professional methods for transferring creative ideas into two and three-dimensional representations of architectural structures, both manually and computer generated; and successfully competes in regional, state, and national drafting and design competitions including the Vocational Industrial Club of America's (VICA) annual competition.

Total Units Required 40
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

ARCH 1 Basic Architectural Drafting 3

ARCH 8 Materials of Construction 3

ARCH 20 Fundamentals of Architectural Graphics 3

Second Semester

ARCH 12 Computer Aided Drafting 3

ARCH 22 Design Fundamentals 3

CONST 89 Methods and Planning 3

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

Third Semester

ARCH 5 Architectural Detailing 3

ARCH 21 Architechtural Presentations 3

CONST 78 Uniform Building Code 2

Fourth Semester

ARCH 2 Architectural Practice: Working Drawings 3

E TECH 22 Three Dimensional Modeling 3

E TECH 41 Civil Drafting: Site Design and Improvement 4

ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING: Engineering Option

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Architectural Drafting certificate, the student demonstrates entry-level skills for employment in the drafting and construction industry as a manual or computer-aided drafter in architectural and building design offices, as well as in developer and building contractor offices, energy consultants, and other related sub-trades where plan reading and preparation is required; skills for employment in building and planning departments as plan checkers, code enforcement officers, and other related positions such as estimating/and construction scheduling, or sales representatives for materials suppliers within the construction industry; lower division courses required for transfer to Bachelor's Degree programs in Architecture; and the plan reading and technical preparation of construction documents, the ability to work with various mediums and professional methods for transferring creative ideas into two and three-dimensional representations of architectural structures, both manually and computer generated; and successfully competes in regional, state, and national drafting and design competitions including the Vocational Industrial Club of America's (VICA) annual competition.

Total Units Required 40
Recommended Sequence:

First Semester Units

ARCH 1 Basic Architectural Drafting 3

ARCH 8 Materials of Construction 3

Second Semester

ARCH 12 Computer Aided Drafting 3

CONST 89 Methods and Planning 3

MATH 82 Intermediate Algebra 4

Third Semester

ARCH 5 Architectural Detailing 3

CONST 78 The Uniform Building Code 2

E TECH 31 Fundamentals of Civil Drafting 3

E TECH 22 Three Dimensional Modeling 3

Fourth Semester

ARCH 2 Architectural Practice: Working Drawings 3

E TECH 41 Civil Drafting: Site Design and Improvement 4

E TECH 46 Mechanical and Electrical Systems 3

E TECH 76 Applied Statics 3

AUTO BODY REPAIR

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Auto Body Certificate, the student demonstrates skills for employment as an apprentice collision repairperson, apprentice paint technician, or as a painter's helper; skills and knowledge of the trade for a position as an estimator, manager, as an insurance appraiser, or to open his or her own businesses; after becoming employed, the student may be certified by the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) or receive certification for various courses taken through I-CAR, Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair since both testing and courses are required for positions at many collision repair shops.

Total Units Required 42
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

AUTO 84A Introductory Auto-Body Repair 5

AUTO 81A Introductory Auto-Body Repair Laboratory 1

MECH 10 Basic Welding for The Trades 4

Second Semester

AUTO 84B Beginning Auto-Body Repair 5

AUTO 81B Beginning Auto-Body Repair Laboratory 1

INDUS 94 Industrial Mathematics 3

INDUS 20 Industrial Safety & Health 3

Third Semester

AUTO 84C Intermediate Auto-Body Repair 5

AUTO 81C Intermediate Auto-Body Repair Laboratory 1

AUTO 64 Basic Engines 3

Fourth Semester

AUTO 84D Advanced Auto-Body Repair 5

AUTO 81D Advanced Auto-Body Repair Laboratory 1

INDUS 45 Industrial Technology 5

AUTOMOTIVE DEALER TECHNICIAN

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Automotive Dealer Technician Certificate in partnership with the sponsoring General Motors dealership, the student demonstrates skills necessary to work as a fully trained General Motors Automotive Service educational Program (GM ASEP) dealership technician; meet and exceed the requirements of training in all eight "ASE" areas: engine repair, automatic transmissions/transaxles, manual drive transaxles, suspension and steering, brakes, electrical/electronics, engine performance, and air conditioning. Students may also receive certification required for air conditioning repair and training for the California Headlamp Adjusters license. The student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for career opportunities that are available at General Motors dealerships as: GM Automotive Technician, GM Service Advisor, GM Service Manager or GM Corporate Employee.

The program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) in association with the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and the General Motors Corporation (GM). This program is also certified by the California Department of Consumer Affairs/Bureau of Automotive Repair (DCA/BAR) to deliver the Basic and Advanced Clean Air Car course.

Total Units Required 62
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

AUTO 54 Starting & Charging Systems 6

AUTO 52 Engine Rebuilding 6

INDUS 94 Industrial Mathematics 3

OR AA degree math requirement

Second Semester

AUTO 57 Air Conditioning, Heating, & Electrical 6

Systems

AUTO 53 Brakes, Suspension, & Steering 7

AUTO 69V Internship 1

Third Semester

AUTO 69V Internship 4

Fourth Semester

AUTO 50 Automatic Transmissions & Transaxles 6

AUTO 56 Fuel Management & Computer Controls 6

AUTO 69V Internship 1

Fifth Semester

AUTO 51 Manual Drivetrain & Axles 5

AUTO 55 Tune-Up and Engine Performance 6

AUTO 69V Internship 1

Sixth Semester

AUTO 69V Internship 4

AUTO ELECTRIC TECHNOLOGY

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of Auto Electric Technology program, the student demonstrates skills knowledge, and training necessary to diagnose tests and repair today's vehicles including training in the areas of: Electrical/Electronics, Engine Performance/Driveability, Emissions, Air Conditioning and testing vehicles for state emission programs like "Smog Check". This program is also certified by the California Department of Consumer Affairs/Bureau of Automotive Repair (DCA/BAR) to deliver the Basic and Advanced Clean Air Car course. The student may also receive certification required for air conditioning repair and training for the California Headlamp Adjusters license. The student demonstrates skills for career opportunities at dealerships, independent repair shops, test only stations, and public agencies such as: Auto Electric Technician, Auto Air Conditioning and Heating Technician, engine Performance/Driveability Technician, Smog Check Test and Repair Technician, Tune up Technician or Installer. The program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) in association with the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).

Total Units Required 43-48
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

AUTO 54 Starting and Charging Systems 6

INDUS 94 Industrial Mathematics 3

Second Semester

AUTO 55 Ignition Systems and Electronic Engine 6

INDUS 20 Industrial Safety and Health 3

Third Semester

AUTO 56 Fuel Management and Computer Control 6

INDUS 45 Industrial Technology 5

Fourth Semester

AUTO 57 Air Conditioning, Heating, and Electrical 6

ELECTIVES See Group I Below 8-13

Group I (Electives)
(minimum of 8 units from the following.
At least one course must be from List A)
List A

AUTO 50 Automatic Transmission and Transaxles 6

AUTO 51 Manual Drive Train and Axles 5

AUTO 52 Engine Rebuilding 6

AUTO 53 Brakes, Suspension, and Steering 7

DIESL 44 Diesel Engine Principles 3

DIESL 46 Diesel Engine Fuel and Tune-Up 3

DIESL 49 Computer Diagnosis and Troubleshooting 2

List B

AUTO 62 Brakes, Suspension, and Powertrain Systems 3

AUTO 63 Fuel and Electrical System 3

AUTO 64 Basic Engine 3

AUTOMOTIVE MASTER TECHNICIAN

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Auto Master Technician Certificate, the student demonstrates skills necessary to work as a fully trained automotive technician in all eight "ASE" areas: engine repair, automatic transmissions/transaxles, manual drive trains/axles, suspension and steering, brakes, electrical/electronics, engine performance, air conditioning advanced engine performance, and the Clean Air Car Course for emission training. The student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for career opportunities at dealerships, independent repair shops, test only stations, and public agencies such as: Automotive Technician, Service Advisor, Service Manger, Engine Repair Technician, Automotive Transmission Technician, Transmission Technician, Alignment/Suspension Specialist, Brake Specialist, electrical Technician, Engine Performance Driveability Technician, Auto Air Conditioning and Heating Technician, Smog Check Test and Repair Technician, Tune Up Technician or Installer.

The program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) in association with the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). This program is also certified by the California Department of Consumer Affairs/Bureau of Automotive Repair (DCA/BAR) to deliver the Basic and Advanced Clean Air Car course. The student may also receive certification required for air conditioning repair and training for the California Headlamp Adjusters license.

Total Units Required 59-60
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

AUTO 52 Engine Rebuilding 6

AUTO 54 Starting and Charging Systems 6

INDUS 94 Industrial Mathematics 3

Second Semester

AUTO 51 Manual Drivetrain and Axles 5

AUTO 55 Ignition Systems and Electronic

Engine Control 6

INDUS 45 Industrial Technology 5

OR

INDUS 35 Mobile Hydraulics 4

Third Semester

AUTO 50 Automatic Transmission and Transaxles 6

AUTO 56 Fuel Management and Computer Control 6

MECH 10 Basic Welding for The Trades 4

Fourth Semester

AUTO 53 Brakes, Suspension, and Steering 7

AUTO 57 Air Conditioning, Heating, and Electrical 6

AUTOMOTIVE MASTER TECHNICIAN: Apprenticeship Option

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Auto Master Technician Certificate, the student demonstrates skills necessary to work as a fully trained automotive technician in all eight "ASE" areas: engine repair, automatic transmissions/transaxles, manual drive trains/axles, suspension and steering, brakes, electrical/electronics, engine performance, air conditioning advanced engine performance, and the Clean Air Car Course for emission training. The student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for career opportunities at dealerships, independent repair shops, test only stations, and public agencies such as: Automotive Technician, Service Advisor, Service Manger, Engine Repair Technician, Automotive Transmission Technician, Transmission Technician, Alignment/Suspension Specialist, Brake Specialist, electrical Technician, Engine Performance Driveability Technician, Auto Air Conditioning and Heating Technician, Smog Check Test and Repair Technician, Tune Up Technician or Installer.

The program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) in association with the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). This program is also certified by the California Department of Consumer Affairs/Bureau of Automotive Repair (DCA/BAR) to deliver the Basic and Advanced Clean Air Car course. The student may also receive certification required for air conditioning repair and training for the California Headlamp Adjusters license.

Total Units Required 40
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

A-AUTO 50 Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles 5

Second Semester

A-AUTO 51 Manual Drive Train and Axles 5

Third Semester

A-AUTO 52 Engine Rebuilding 5

Fourth Semester

A-AUTO 53 Brakes, Suspension, and Steering 5

Fifth Semester

A-AUTO 54 Starting, Charging, and Electrical Systems 5

Sixth Semester

A-AUTO 55 Ignition Systems and Electronic

Engine Controls 5

Seventh Semester

A-AUTO 56 Fuel Management and Computer Controls 5

Eighth Semester

A-AUTO 57 Air Conditioning and Heating

Electrical Systems 5

AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS TECHNOLOGY

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Auto Mechanics Technology certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge and training for employment for the following industry positions: technician for repair of engines, automatic transmissions and transaxles, manual drive train and axles, suspension and steering and brakes. The student demonstrates the high level skills including ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) technician competence for these areas, service managers, shop owners of specialty shops, and major automotive corporation employees. The program is accredited by NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation). The program is certified in five ASE areas.

Total Units Required 41
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

AUTO 50 Automatic Transmission and Transaxles 6

AUTO 52 Engine Rebuilding 6

INDUS 35 Mobile Hydraulics 4

INDUS 94 Industrial Mathematics 3

Second Semester

AUTO 51 Manual Drive Train and Axles 5

AUTO 53 Brakes, Suspension, and Steering 7

MECH 10 Basic Welding for the Trades 4

ELECTIVES See Group I below 6

Group I (Electives)
(6 units from the following courses)

AUTO 54 Starting, Charging and Electrical Systems 6

AUTO 55 Ignition Systems and Electronic Engine 6

Controls

AUTO 56 Fuel Management and Computer Control 6

AUTO 57 Air Conditioning, Heating, and Electrical 6

AUTO 62 Brakes, Suspension, and Powertrain Systems 3

AUTO 63 Fuel and Electrical System 3


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