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Auto Mechanics (High School)

Auto Mechanics (High School)

  • Specialization: Auto Mechanics (High School)
    • Automotive Systems and Service

      This course introduces students to the basic principles related to automotive systems and service. Students learn safety, tools and equipment including Oxy-Acetylene (OAW) welding, automotive systems and service procedures including vehicle inspection and identification, and are introduced to diagnosis strategies.

      Course Code: AM-015
      Grade Level: 8696 20S
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 110

    • Engine Fundamentals and Service

      This course introduces students to basic principles of the internal-combustion engine, the inner workings and relations of the engine components, and how those components relate to vehicle operation. Students will learn the procedures to service, repair, and replace engines and their components.

      Course Code: AM-025
      Grade Level: 8697 30S
      Course Requirements: Automotive Systems and Service

      Hours: 110

    • Chassis Fundamentals and Service

      This course introduces students to basic principles of the vehicle chassis and its brake system. The student will be able to describe, diagnose and repair braking, steering, and suspension systems. The student will develop an understanding of the principles of wheel and steering alignment and be able to apply the principles to diagnose and align steering systems.

      Course Code: AM-035
      Grade Level: 8698 30S
      Course Requirements: Automotive Systems and Service

      Hours: 110

    • Drive Train Fundamentals and Service

      This course introduces students to the basic principles of the vehicle drive train. Students will develop an understanding of the different drive train configurations and their components and be able to diagnose and repair a variety of drive train configurations.

      Course Code: AM-045
      Grade Level: 8699 30S
      Course Requirements: Automotive Systems and Service

      Hours: 110

    • Automotive Electrical Systems

      This course introduces students to the basic principles of automotive electrical systems. Students will understand the principles of electricity and electronics as it relates to automotive systems and be able to diagnose, service and repair automotive electrical circuits and components.

      Course Code: AM-055
      Grade Level: 8700 40S
      Course Requirements: Automotive Systems and Service

      Hours: 110

    • Vehicle Systems Part 1

      This course introduces students to the operation of the automotive electronic and control systems. Students’ knowledge in electrical systems will be further enhanced by learning about the principles of ignition, control and communications systems. Students will be able to diagnose, service and repair ignition, control, and communications systems.

      Course Code: AM-065
      Grade Level: 8701 40S
      Course Requirements: Automotive Systems and Service

      Hours: 110

    • Vehicle Systems Part 2

      This course introduces students to the principles of engine management and emission systems, hybrid vehicle systems, as well as Gas Metal Arc (MIG) welding. Students will understand the principles of fuel supply, metering, and vehicle emissions and will be able to use an electronic diagnostic interface to diagnose, service and repair engine management and emission systems.

      Course Code: AM-075
      Grade Level: 8702 40S
      Course Requirements: Automotive Systems and Service

      Hours: 110

    • Applied Diagnostic Strategies

      This course provides students with an opportunity to apply diagnostic strategies to a variety of vehicle systems and components. Students will demonstrate the ability to diagnose and correct customer concerns and to complete vehicle repairs to accepted industry standards.

      Course Code: AM-085
      Grade Level: 8703 40S
      Course Requirements: Automotive Systems and Service

      Hours: 110

    • Applied Technology

      Work Practicum: This course offers students the opportunity to practice and refine technical and employability skills relevant to the industry in order to help them make the transition from the learning environment to the workplace.

      Course Code: AM-110
      Grade Level: 7997 40S
      Course Requirements: Automotive Systems and Service,Engine Fundamentals and Service,Chassis Fundamentals and Service,Drive Train Fundamentals and Service,Automotive Electrical Systems,Vehicle Systems Part 1,Vehicle Systems Part 2,Applied Diagnostic Strategies

      Hours: 110

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