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  Dec 11, 2017
 
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2017-2018

Automotive Service Technology - AAS


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Program Code: AAS.15844

In addition to being trained to enter the automotive field as a technician or service writer, you will have a broader based education by completing the associate degree. You may also choose to continue your education by seeking a baccalaureate degree. Both certificate and associate degree are available. Both the certificate and associate degree options provide hybrid technology.

Total Semester Credits: 17


Total Semester Credits: 17


Total Semester Credits: 15


Total Semester Credits: 15


Total Credits: 64


Notations


  1. A grade of “C” (2.0) or higher is required in all classes in Level 2 and Level 3.
  2. All classes in Level 2 (AUTO 151 , AUTO 152 , AUTO 153 , AUTO 154 , AUTO 155 , AUTO 156 , AUTO 157 , AUTO 158 , AUTO 160 ) and Level 3 (AUTO 201W , AUTO 202W , AUTO 203 , AUTO 204 , AUTO 205 , AUTO 206 , AUTO 207 , AUTO 208W , AUTO 249 ) are Key courses and must be completed within 5 years of completing degree. Failure to complete within the stated time frame will require you to repeat this course. See Graduation Requirements .
  3. Before enrolling in an Automotive Service Skills Internship, the student must have a current State of Michigan Motor Vehicle Training Permit; Motor Vehicle Mechanic Certifications in all areas; or a combination of both that would cover all areas. The student must consult with the automotive faculty before starting their internships. The student will be responsible for obtaining the place of employment for the internships which must be acceptable by Delta College. Two internships are required for an associate degree and the certificate.
  4. Any college level Composition II course with a minimum grade of “C” may be substituted for ENG 113 . MTH 118W  with a minimum grade of “C” may be substituted for MGT 110 . See a counselor or advisor in D-102.
  5. For those students who are planning to transfer to a four-year college and/or university, we recommend that you visit the website of the school to which you may transfer for appropriate information about their requirements and the Delta College courses that will transfer to that institution. Visit the Delta College Articulation website for information on agreements with other 4-year colleges and universities to transition from Delta College associate degree programs to a baccalaureate program. Other options include 3 + 1 programs, online programs, and international programs.
  6. AUTO 216  and AUTO 226  are electives that can be taken but are not required .
  7. File an application for an associate or dual degree and/or certificate with the Registrar’s Office by at least 3 months prior to expected graduation. See Graduation Requirements .
  8. Delta College reserves the right to modify graduation requirements.
    1. ENG 111A ; ENG 111B ; ENG 111C ; or ENG 111H  can be taken in place of ENG 111  
    2. POL 105W  , POL 212W , POL 215W , POL 220W , POL 221W , POL 223W , POL 225W , POL 228W , HIS 221W , HIS 222W , or HIS 237W  can be taken in place of POL 103W  

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