Automotive (MCAP, IMPORT, and Subaru-U) (AM)

AM103 Automotive Service Theory - Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT and Subaru U

Credits 2Summer - odd years/Fall - even years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT or Subaru U program; or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM104 or instructor consent is required.

This course is the study of the basic theory and operation of automotive safety, tools and service procedures. Students study basic vehicle inspections and service processes, service manual usage, shop safety issues, precision tool usage, metric and standard measurement systems and general automotive shop procedures.

AM104 Automotive Service Lab - Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT and Subaru U

Credit 1Summer - odd years/Fall - even years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT or Subaru U program; or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM103 or instructor consent is required

Students perform basic vehicle inspections, oil changes, vehicle maintenance, service manual exercises, precision tool measurements, shop safety procedures and general automotive shop operations.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM105 Chassis Basic Theory - Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT and Subaru U

Credits 3Summer - odd years/Fall - even years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT or Subaru U program; or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM106 or instructor consent is required.

Students perform basic inspections, removal, replacement and repair of automotive braking, steering and suspension system components. Emphasis is on suspension and steering system inspections, tire and wheel service, basic wheel alignment and disc and drum brake system service.

AM106 Chassis Basic Lab - Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT and Subaru U

Credit 1Summer - odd years/Fall - even years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT or Subaru U program; or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM105 or instructor consent is required.

Students perform basic inspections, removal, replacement and repair of automotive braking, steering and suspension system components. Emphasis is on suspension and steering system inspections, tire and wheel service, basic wheel alignment and disc and drum brake system service.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM112 Electrical 1 Theory - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 3Summer - odd years/Fall - even years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT automotive program; or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM113 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students study the basic principles of electricity including voltage, amperage, resistance, series circuits, parallel circuits, series-parallel circuits, Ohms Law, induction and measuring techniques. In addition, instruction is provided on the theory, function and application of electrical principles of components commonly found in automotive battery, charging, starting, lighting and accessory systems.

AM113 Electrical 1 Lab - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 2Summer - odd years/Fall - even years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT automotive program; or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM112 or instructor consent is required.

This course is the study of basic electrical system operation, testing and diagnosis. Students use electrical testing equipment to measure and interpret voltage, resistance and amperage measurements from series, parallel and series/parallel circuits. In addition, students test, service and diagnose the battery, charging and starting systems.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM114 Engines 1 Theory - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 2Summer - odd years/Fall - even years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT or Maintenance and Light Repair program; or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM115 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students study the fundamental theory, construction and operation of automotive internal combustion engines. Instruction is provided on engine cooling systems, lubrication systems, basic engine service and basic engine component fit and measurements.

AM115 Engines 1 Lab - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credit 1Summer - odd years/Fall - even years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT program; or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM114 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students perform basic tests, inspections, removal and replacement of internal combustion engine cooling system, lubrication system, cylinder head and valve timing components.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM116 Chassis Systems 1/Minor Vehicle Services 1 Theory - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 4Summer - odd years/Fall - even years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT program; or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM117 or instructor consent is required.

This course is the study of the basic theory and operation of automotive brakes, steering and suspension systems components. Students study base brake drum and caliper service and repair procedures, basic wheel alignment procedures and tire and wheel balancing. Emphasis is on system component function, identification and repair processes. Students study basic vehicle inspections and service processes, service manual usage, shop safety issues, precision tool usage, metric and standard measurement systems and general shop procedures.

AM117 Chassis Systems 1/Minor Vehicle Services 1 Lab - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 2Summer - odd years/Fall - even years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT program; or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM116 or instructor consent is required.

Students perform basic inspections, removal, replacement and repair of automotive braking, steering and suspension system components. Emphasis is on suspension and steering system inspections, tire and wheel service, basic wheel alignment and disc and drum brake system service. Students perform basic vehicle inspections, oil changes, vehicle maintenance, service manual exercises, precision tool measurements, shop safety procedures and general shop operations.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM122 Electrical 2/Engine Performance 1 Theory - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 6Winter - even years/Spring - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM112 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM123 or instructor consent is required.

This course is a continuation of the study of the principles of electricity including voltage, amperage, resistance, series circuits, parallel circuits, series-parallel circuits, Ohms law, induction and measuring techniques. In addition, students study the basic theory, function and application of electrical principles applied to lab oscilloscopes, electrical components, electronic computer-controlled devices, vehicle communication systems and occupant restraint systems. Emphasis is on applying Ohms law principles to electrical components and circuits and the use of digital multimeters. Students study the basic terminology, theory, function, service, repair, diagnostic and testing procedures related to modern passenger vehicle and light truck engine performance systems. Emphasis is on basic electronic fuel injection inputs, ignition systems and the relationship of engine mechanical components to engine performance.

Additional Course Fee: $5.00

AM123 Electrical 2/Engine Performance 1 Lab - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 2Winter - even years/Spring - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM113 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM122 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students perform basic service, repair and diagnostic tests on vehicle electrical circuits including lighting, battery, starting and charging systems. In addition, students measure, test and explore the function of basic vehicle communication and occupant restraint systems. This course emphasizes the use of digital multimeters to measure and explore vehicle electrical system components and introduces the use of lab oscilloscopes. Students measure, explore, analyze and perform basic diagnostic tests on engine performance components and devices. The focus is on engine mechanical components related to performance, ignition systems and electronic fuel injection inputs.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM140 Drivetrains 1 Theory - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 3Winter - even years/Spring - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM116 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM141 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students study basic principles and theory of hydraulically and electrically operated transmissions, transaxles, torque converters, manual transmissions and transaxles, differentials, drivelines, axles and clutches. Emphasis is on the general purpose and functions of each component working together within the assembly. Introduction to electronic controls and the hydraulic to electronic interaction is also discussed.

Additional Course Fee: $5.00

AM141 Drivetrains 1 Lab - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credit 1Winter - even years/Spring - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM117 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM140 or instructor consent is required.

Students perform basic inspection, service and repair of automotive manual and automatic transmissions and transaxles, differentials, transfer case, axles, u-joints and clutches.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM142 Chassis 2 Theory

Credits 3Fall/Winter

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT or Subaru U program; or consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM104 or instructor consent is required.

This is a continuation of the study of the terminology, theory, service, repair, diagnostic and testing procedures related modern passenger vehicle and light truck brakes, steering and suspension systems. Emphasis will be on the diagnosis and functions of ABS and traction control systems, alignments, vehicle handling, tire pressure monitoring, tire wear and tire balancing.

AM143 Chassis 2 Lab

Credit 1Fall/Winter

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT or Subaru U program; or consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM104 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students will perform inspections, removal, replacement and repair of automotive braking system, steering and suspension systems. The focus will be on suspension and steering system repairs, alignments, Disc brakes repairs, and ABS brake system testing and service.

AM150 Air Conditioning 1 Theory - Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT and Subaru U

Credits 2Winter - even years/Spring - odd years

In this course students study the basic theory, function and operation of automotive air conditioning and heating systems and components. Instruction includes performance testing, recovery, evacuation and recharging processes.

AM151 Air Conditioning 1 Lab - Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT and Subaru U

Credit 1Winter - even years/Spring - odd years

Registration Requirement: Concurrent enrollment in AM150 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students perform basic inspections, testing and services of automotive heating and air conditioning systems. Emphasis is on component identification, performance testing, recovering, evacuation and recharging.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM154 Electrical 2 Theory - Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT and Subaru U

Credits 3Winter - odd years/Spring - even years

Registration Requirement: Concurrent enrollment in AM155 or instructor consent is required.

Students study the basic terminology, theory, function, service, repair, diagnostic and testing procedures related to modern passenger vehicle and light truck engine performance systems. Emphasis is on basic electronic fuel injection inputs, ignition systems and the relationship of engine mechanical components to engine performance.

AM155 Electrical 2 Lab

Credit 1Winter/Spring

Registration Requirement: AM113 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM158 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students perform basic service, repair and diagnostic tests on vehicle electrical circuits including lighting, battery, starting and charging systems. In addition, students measure, test and explore the function of basic vehicle communication and occupant restraint systems. This course emphasizes the use of digital multimeters to measure and explore vehicle electrical system components and introduces the use of lab oscilloscopes.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM158 Engine Performance 1 Theory - Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT, Subaru U

Credits 3Winter/Spring

Registration Requirement: AM 112 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM159 or instructor consent is required.

Students study the basic terminology, theory, function, service, repair, diagnostic and testing procedures related to modern passenger vehicle and light truck engine performance systems. Emphasis is on basic electronic fuel injection inputs, ignition systems and the relationship of engine mechanical components to engine performance.

AM159 Engine Performance 1 Lab - Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT and Subaru U

Credits 2Winter/Spring

Registration Requirement: AM113 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM158 or instructor consent is required.

This course emphasizes the use of digital multimeters to measure and explore vehicle electrical system components and introduces the use of lab oscilloscopes. Students measure, explore, analyze and perform basic diagnostic tests on engine performance components and devices. The focus is on engine mechanical components related to performance, ignition systems and electronic fuel injection inputs.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM160 Air Conditioning 1/Minor Vehicle Services 2 Theory - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 2Winter - even years/Spring - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM116 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM161 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students study the basic theory, function and operation of automotive air conditioning and heating systems and components. Instruction includes performance testing, recovery, evacuation and recharging processes. Students continue the study of vehicle inspections and service processes, service manual usage, shop safety issues, precision tool usage, metric and standard measurement systems and general shop procedures.

Additional Course Fee: $5.00

AM161 Air Conditioning 1/Minor Vehicle Services 2 Lab - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credit 1Winter - even years/Spring - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM117 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM160 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students perform basic inspections, testing and services of automotive heating and air conditioning systems. Emphasis is on component identification, performance testing, recovering, evacuation and recharging. Also included is a continuation of the study and practice of performing vehicle inspections and service processes, automotive fasteners repair processes, service manual usage and using safe shop procedures.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM170 Automotive Project 1 - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credit 1Winter - even years/Spring - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM112 or instructor consent.

In this course students study, research, discuss, write and present on topics such as new automotive technologies, various light repair and maintenance techniques, and topics related to brakes, suspension, electrical, drivetrain, and engine system. In addition, students are required to participate in approved service projects, automotive marketing/recruitment events, automotive skill contests and/or other approved activities.

AM171 Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT Subaru-U E-Learning Fundamentals 1

Credit 1Fall/Winter

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT or Subaru U program; or instructor consent.

This is an e-learning on line course where students study fundamental vehicle services and systems studied during the dealership experience. Students reinforce topics covered during the terms on campus. This course utilizes an online learning and assessment system to achieve proficiency relevant to future coursework and employment.

AM224 Engines 2 Theory - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 2Summer - even years/Fall - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM114 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM225 or instructor consent is required.

This course is a continuation of the study of automotive internal combustion engine theory, construction and operation. Each individual component is studied and analyzed with emphasis on services and repair process, detailed component fit and measurements and individual component function within the engine assembly.

AM225 Engines 2 Lab - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credit 1Summer - even years/Fall - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM115 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM224 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students remove, inspect, measure and replace internal combustion engine components. Emphasis is on determining component clearances, failure analysis and assembly process on cylinder heads, valve train components, blocks, camshafts, crankshafts and piston assemblies.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM226 Engine Performance 2/Chassis 2 Theory - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 6Summer - even years/Fall - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM122 and AM116; or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM227 or instructor consent is required.

This is a continuation of the study of the terminology, theory, service, repair, diagnostic and testing procedures related to modern passenger vehicle and light truck engine performance systems. Emphasis is on electronic fuel injection inputs and outputs, intake air control systems, fuel supply systems and emission control devices. This is a continuation of the study of the theory and operation of automotive brakes, steering and suspension systems. Emphasis is on ABS and traction control systems, alignments, vehicle handling, tire pressure monitoring, tire wear and tire balancing.

AM227 Engine Performance 2/Chassis 2 Lab - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 3Summer - even years/Fall - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM123 and AM117, or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM226 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students measure, service, repair, analyze and perform diagnostic tests on engine performance components and devices. The focus is on fuel supply systems, intake air control systems, emission control devices and electronic fuel injection inputs and outputs. Students perform inspections, removal, replacement and repair of automotive braking system, steering and suspension systems. The focus is on suspension and steering system repairs, alignments and ABS brake system testing and service.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM228 Engine Performance 2 Theory

Credits 4Summer/Fall

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT or Subaru U program; or consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM104 or instructor consent is required.

This is a continuation of the study of the terminology, theory, service, repair, diagnostic and testing procedures related to modern passenger vehicle and light truck engine performance systems. Emphasis is on electronic fuel injection inputs and outputs, intake air control systems, fuel supply systems and emission control devices.

AM229 Engine Performance 2 Lab

Credits 2Summer/Fall

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT or Subaru U program; or consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM104 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students measure, service, repair, analyze and perform diagnostic tests on engine performance components and devices. The focus is on fuel supply systems, intake air control systems, emission control devices and electronic fuel injection inputs and outputs.

AM232 Electrical 3 Theory - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 3Summer - even years/Fall - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM122 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM233 or instructor consent is required.

Students study the theory, construction, operation and diagnosis of automotive computer-controlled components, accessory devices and vehicle communication systems. Instruction is provided on oscilloscope usage and advanced applications of electrical principles relating to electrical components and vehicle computer-controlled systems.

AM233 Electrical 3 Lab - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credit 1Summer - even years/Fall - odd years

Registration Requirement: AM123 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM232 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students measure and interpret various voltage, resistance and current values to explore the function and diagnosis of electrical and electronic circuits. Emphasis is on the advanced use of oscilloscope and digital multi-meters while performing service, repair and diagnostic procedures on electrical accessory, computer-controlled and vehicle communication systems.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM236 Engine Performance 3 Theory - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 2Winter - odd years/Spring - even years

Registration Requirement: AM226 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM237 or instructor consent is required.

Students study the advanced terminology, theory, service, repair, diagnostic and testing procedures related to modern passenger vehicle and light truck engine performance systems. Emphasis is on the diagnosis of electronic fuel injection systems, OBDII systems and emission controls systems.

AM237 Engine Performance 3 Lab - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credit 1Winter - odd years/Spring - even years

Registration Requirement: AM227 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM236 or instructor consent is required.

This course is a continuation of the measurement, service, repair, analyzing and performing diagnostic tests on engine performance components and devices. The focus is on diagnosing OBDII systems, emission control systems and electronic fuel injection control modules.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM238 Air Conditioning Theory

Credits 3Summer/Fall

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT or Subaru U program; or consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM106 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students study the theory, function and operation of automotive air conditioning and heating systems and the related components. Instruction includes A/C certification and safety requirements, various testing methods and procedures, and proper service, repair, and diagnosis operations.

AM239 Air Conditioning Lab

Credit 1Summer/Fall

Registration Requirement: Acceptance to the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT or Subaru U program; or consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM106 or instructor consent is required.

In this course students will perform automotive A/C and heating system inspection, testing, service and repair. Emphasis will be on performing system component identifications, performance testing, recovering, evacuation and recharging, component testings and diagnosis.

AM240 Drivetrains 2/Air Conditioning 2 Theory - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 5Winter - odd years/Spring - even years

Registration Requirement: AM140 and AM160, or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM241 or instructor consent is required.

This course is a continuation of the study of the theory, function and operation of automotive air conditioning and heating systems and components. Emphasis is on AC system testing and diagnosis. This is a continuation of the study of principles and theory of hydraulically and electrically operated transmissions, transaxles, torque converters, manual transmissions and transaxles, differentials, drivelines, axles and clutches. Emphasis is on the detailed purpose and functions of each component working together within the assembly. Electronic controls and the hydraulic to electronic interaction are discussed and related to vehicle diagnosis. Students also study NVH principles, measurement methods and diagnostics.

AM241 Drivetrains 2/Air Conditioning 2 Lab - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 3Winter - odd years/Spring - even years

Registration Requirement: AM141 and AM161 or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM240 or instructor consent is required.

This course is a continuation of the inspection, service and repair of automotive heating and air conditioning systems. Emphasis is on performing system tests and diagnosing AC faults. In this course students service, repair and rebuild manual and automatic transmissions and transaxles, differentials, axles, u-joints and transfer cases. Students also inspect, measure and diagnose noise and vibrations concerns related to engines, chassis and transmission systems.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM242 Electrical 4/Diagnosis Theory - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 3Winter - odd years/Spring - even years

Registration Requirement: AM232, or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM236 and AM243 or instructor consent is required.

Students continue the study of the theory, operation and diagnostic procedures of electrical accessory, computer-controlled and vehicle communication systems. In addition, instruction is provided on the theory, service, repair and diagnosis of the supplemental restraint systems. This course emphasizes the theory and application of electrical testing equipment and data interpretation for troubleshooting and diagnosing electrical and electronic components and computer controlled systems. Students study various diagnostic methods, tests and processes to isolate malfunction in automotive computer controlled systems. Emphasis is on engine performance, vehicle communication and accessory system issues.

AM243 Electrical 4/Diagnosis Lab - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credit 1Winter - odd years/Spring - even years

Registration Requirement: AM233 and AM237, or instructor consent. Concurrent enrollment in AM242 or instructor consent is required.

Students perform service, repair and diagnostic procedures on advanced electrical accessory, computer-controlled and supplemental restraint systems. This course emphasizes using electrical testing equipment to collect data and the interpretation of that data to troubleshoot and diagnose electrical components, vehicle communications, supplemental restraint and computer-controlled systems. Students test, interpret and diagnosis vehicle engine performance, communication and accessory system faults. Emphasis is on the diagnostic process, use of testing equipment, interpreting test data and determining solutions.

Additional Course Fee: $35.00

AM270 Automotive Project 2 - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credit 1Winter - odd years/Spring - even years

Registration Requirement: AM170 or instructor consent.

In this course students study, research, present, write and discuss new automotive technologies, various diagnostic techniques and advanced automotive systems related to engines, basic electrical, brakes, automotive electronics, engine performance, emissions, steering and suspension, air conditioning (A/C) and automatic and standard transaxles. In addition, students are required to participate in approved service projects, automotive marketing/recruitment events, automotive skill contests and/or other approved activities.

AM281 Automotive Dealership Experience 1 - Chrysler MCAP and IMPORT

Credits 6Fall - odd years/Winter - odd years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance into the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT program.

In this course the student will work a minimum of 200 hours with a mentoring technician in an automotive repair facility. The goal is to gain experience in oil and filter changing, shop processes, and basic vehicle service and repair procedures. In agreement with specific employers, a program instructor will coordinate the student's placement and work experience.

Additional Course Fee: $10.00

AM281A Automotive Dealership Exp. 1A - Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT and Subaru U

Credits 2Fall - odd years/Winter - odd years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance into the Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT, or Subaru-U program.

In this course the student will work a minimum of 200 hours with a mentoring technician in an automotive repair facility. The goal is to gain experience in oil and filter changing, shop processes, and basic vehicle service and repair procedures. In agreement with specific employers, a program instructor will coordinate the student's placement and work experience.

AM281B Automotive Dealership Exp. 1B - Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT and Subaru U

Credits 4Fall - odd years/Winter - odd years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance into the Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT or Subaru-U program.

In this course the student will work a minimum of 200 hours with a mentoring technician in an automotive repair facility. The goal is to gain experience in oil and filter changing, shop processes, and basic vehicle service and repair procedures. In agreement with specific employers, a program instructor will coordinate the student's placement and work experience.

AM282 Automotive Dealership Experience 2 - Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT or Subaru-U

Credits 6Summer - odd years/Spring - even years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance into the Chrysler MCAP, IMPORT or Subaru-U program.

The student will be employed a minimum of 200 hours per term in an automotive repair facility. Through agreement with the employer, a program instructor coordinates the student's work experience with his/her college studies. The expectation in each dealership experience is for the student to complete increasingly complex tasks and work with increasing independence.

Additional Course Fee: $10.00

AM283 Automotive Dealership Experience 3 - Chrysler MCAP/IMPORT/Subaru- U

Credits 6Fall - even years/Winter - even years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance into the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT program.

The student will be employed a minimum of 200 hours per term in an automotive repair facility. Through agreement with the employer, a program instructor coordinates the student's work experience with his/her college studies. The expectation in each dealership experience is for the student to complete increasingly complex tasks and work with increasing independence.

Additional Course Fee: $10.00

AM284 Automotive Dealership Experience 4 - Chrysler MCAP/IMPORT/Subaru- U

Credits 6Summer - even years/Spring - odd years

Registration Requirement: Acceptance into the Chrysler MCAP or IMPORT program.

The student will be employed a minimum of 200 hours per term in an automotive repair facility. Through agreement with the employer, a program instructor coordinates the student's work experience with his/her college studies. The expectation in each dealership experience is for the student to complete increasingly complex tasks and work with increasing independence.

Additional Course Fee: $10.00

Course fees are subject to change. Additional section fees (web, hybrid, etc.) may apply.