Automotive Tune-Up and Electronics Specialist

Program Length:
1.4 Semesters
Department:
Automotive Technology
Program Level:
Certificate of Achievement

Automotive Tune-Up & Electronics Specialist Certificate of Achievement

This certificate program prepares students with the skills and knowledge necessary to perform diagnosis and repair in the automotive shop environment. This program includes coursework that is essential for entry-level positions and enhances the skills and knowledge base of those who are seeking career progression within the automotive industry. Completing this certificate program prepares students to pass ASE certification tests in the area of engines, electrical systems, engine performance and advanced engine performance. This program also satisfies the California Bureau of Automotive Repair training requirements for certification as a licensed smog Inspector.

Required Courses: Units
AUT140 Automotive Engines 4
AUT162 Automotive Electrical Systems 5
AUT166 Automotive Diagnosis and Tune-Up 6
AUT170 Advanced Engine and Emission Controls 6
Plus 3 additional units selected from the following:
BUS50

Mathematical Applications in Business

3
BUS132 Entrepreneurial Management 3
BUS150 Entrepreneurial Marketing 3
Total Certificate Units 24

Career and Labor Statistics for Northern California


Additional Information

Number of students who completed this program between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017: 2

Automotive Tune-Up and Electronics Specialist - Student Learning Outcomes

Automotive Tune-Up and Electronics Specialist - Certificate Requirements 

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Because of the low number of students completing this program, Mendocino College does not report:
•The percentage of completers with student debt;
•The median cumulative debt for completers in this program;
•The amount of Federal student loan debt;
•The amount of Private loan debt;
•The amount of Institutional financing plan debt;
•The number of students who completed the program within the normal program time;

This information is not reported in compliance with FERPA regulations.