Engine Performance and Transmission Specialist - Certificate

Designed for students who intend to become efficient in the maintenance and repair associated with the several critical aspects of the automotive industry.

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

Total Credits Required for Certificate: 20

Prefix Title Credits
AUTO 201Engine Performance I4
AUTO 203Engine Performance II4
AUTO 205Manual Drive Train and Axles4
AUTO 206Automatic Transmissions5
AUTO 208Introduction to Alternative Fueled Vehicles 13
or AUTO 209 Hybrid Vehicle Service Techniques
Total Credits20

A Suggested Plan of Study - Engine Performance and Transmission Specialist Certificate

Additional classes may be needed based on placement test results and course prerequisites. Visit with an advisor for help with creating a customized plan.

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
AUTO 201 Engine Performance I 4
AUTO 203 Engine Performance II 4
AUTO 208
Introduction to Alternative Fueled Vehicles 1
or Hybrid Vehicle Service Techniques
AUTO 205 Manual Drive Train and Axles 4
AUTO 206 Automatic Transmissions 5
 Total Credits20