Automobile Servicing (AUS.AAS)

Associate in Applied Science

Engineering/Manufacturing and Industrial Technology

Auburn Hills Campus

The Automobile Servicing Associate in applied science degree is designed to prepare students for entry-level servicing operations in the automotive field.  This program consists of ten specialized courses designed in accordance with the mandatory Auto Mechanic Certification tests required for state licensure.  Completion of the program prepares the student to take the State of Michigan certification exams for licensing in up to eight areas of specialization.

Completion of an internship is required and each class contains a laboratory component, allowing the student to gain work experience in automobile servicing.  Safety and employability skills are emphasized.  Students will be required to obtain eye protection, ear protection, and appropriate work uniforms at their own expense.

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Major Requirements
AUT 1000Automotive Fundamentals4
AUT 1100Automotive Brake Systems Service4
AUT 1200Front Suspension & Steering Service4
AUT 1300Automotive Electrical Systems Servicing4
AUT 1350Automotive Advanced Electrical and Electronics4
AUT 1400Engine Support Systems Servicing4
AUT 1500Automotive Tune-Up & Emissions Service4
AUT 1600Automotive Transmission Servicing4
AUT 1700Manual Transmission and Axle Service4
AUT 1800Automotive Air Conditioning & Heating Service4
Required Supportive Courses
AUT 2000Cooperative Internship3
WEL 1111Welding for the Non-Career Welder3
Total Credit Hours for Program-Related Courses46
General Education Requirements
Communication / English (3-credits)3
Fine Arts / Humanities (3-credits)3
Mathematics / Science (3-credits)3
Social Science (3-credits)3
Written Communication (3-credits)3
Total Credit Hours61

A minimum cumulative 2.00 grade point average (GPA) overall is required for graduation.

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