Automotive Diagnostic Specialist - Certificate

Designed for students who intend to become efficient in the advanced diagnosis of automotive systems to include electrical, engine, drivability, and vehicle computer network control systems.

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A grade of C- or better is required in all courses.

Total Credits Required for Certificate: 25

AUTO 113Automotive Electricity and Electronics PT I4
AUTO 114Automotive Electricity and Electronics PT II4
AUTO 115Automotive Engine Repair5
AUTO 122Automotive Brakes4
AUTO 124Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning4
AUTO 129Automotive Steering and Suspension4
Total Credits25

Automotive Diagnostic Specialist Certificate Roadmap

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
FallCredits
AUTO 113 Automotive Electricity and Electronics PT I 4
AUTO 114 Automotive Electricity and Electronics PT II 1 4
AUTO 115 Automotive Engine Repair 5
 Credits13
Spring
AUTO 122 Automotive Brakes 4
AUTO 124 Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning 4
AUTO 129 Automotive Steering and Suspension 4
 Credits12
 Total Credits25
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