Automotive/Diesel Technology with Service Management
Is Automotive/Diesel Technology with Service Management For You?
Advanced Technology Institute’s large shop has the equipment to train students towards an Associate in Occupational Science Automotive/Diesel Technology with Service Management. From 400-12,000lbs engines, varieties of manual/automatic transmissions, tractor-trailers, and our full-service fuel-injection shop…you can become ATI ready!
Heavy vehicles are at the head of the nation’s transportation fleets and construction equipment. You could become part of the dedicated group that keeps America moving!
With the additional Service Management course load, students are provided the strong foundation in business management. Skills including customer service, communications skills, employee relations, inventory management as well as understanding business financial reports, may give students the ability to advance more rapidly in the workplace or choose to be their own boss and manage their own business.
Program DescriptionThe Associate in Occupational Science (A.O.S.) degree program in Automotive/Diesel Technology offers ASE/NATEF based training in the practical aspects of automotive and diesel maintenance and repair with emphasis on logical diagnostics procedures and effective repair methods. Students receive classroom and laboratory training using modern test equipment and specialized tools. Students gain hands-on experience in a realistic shop environment where they must demonstrate specific proficiencies. Course content provides students with the knowledge and skills required for entry-level employment as an automotive repair technician in an automotive service center.
The Service Management course work provides students with a strong foundation in business management, customer service, communications skills, employee relations, inventory management as well as understanding business financial reports. Students with Service Management Skills may have the ability to advance more rapidly in the workforce or choose to start and manage their own business.
|Course Number||Course Requirements||Clock Hours||Credit Hours|
|ORN120||Fundamentals of Technology||100||4|
|AUT121||Basic Gasoline Engine||100||4|
|AUT122||Vehicle Electrical & Electronics I||100||4|
|AUT123||Steering & Alignment||100||4|
|AUT227||Vehicle Electrical & Electronics II||100||4|
|AUT228||Environmental Comfort System||100||4|
|AUT229||Automotive Diagnostics & Fuels||100||4|
|AUT230||Advanced Diagnostics & Emissions||100||4|
|HVT134||Four Cycle Diesel Engines||100||4|
|HVT125||Diesel Fuel Systems||100||4|
|HVT126||Advanced Diesel Fuel Systems||100||4|
|COM220||Principles of Speech||50||2|
|PSY121||Occupational Health and Safety||50||2|
|SM210||Service Management I||50||2|
|SM220||Service Management II||50||2|
|SM230||Service Management III||50||2|
|SM240||Service Management IV||50||2|
- Students attend class four (4) days per week on various schedules.
- Program length is 25 months (including breaks and holidays) – all schedules.
- At the successful completion of the program, the student will receive an Associate of Occupational Science in Automotive/Diesel Technology with Service Management.
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