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113 Course Descriptions AUT637-C Automotive Electronics 7 Electrical fundamentals are applied to computer networking in today's complex vehicle electronic systems. Technical knowledge and skills necessary for proper diagnosis, service, and repair of a vehicle’s electronic controls and accessories are stressed. These systems include safety controls, instrumentation, steering, suspension, vehicle comfort systems and hybrids. Prerequisite: AUT616-C AUT638-C Automotive Electricity 8 This is a course of theory and application of the fundamentals of basic automotive electricity, batteries, starting and charging systems, and an introduction to the accessories. AUT707-C Automotive Heating & Air Conditioning 7 This course is designed to provide skills in diagnosing and repairing automotive heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Instruction includes heating and cooling operational theory and the controls necessary to provide passenger comfort. Prerequisite: AUT616-C; Corequisite: AUT139-C AUT809-C Automotive Engine Performance 8 An automotive engine must have the correct air, fuel, and ignition to perform properly. This course will provide the knowledge and experience to restore gas and light duty diesel engine performance to a level expected by the vehicle manufacturer and owner. You will inspect, diagnose, adjust, repair or replace components of the ignition, fuel, and emission systems, as well as determine engine condition. Prerequisite: AUT616-C AUT814-C Automotive Engine Performance II 8 This course emphasizes advanced electronic engine performance diagnostic practices. Technical knowledge and hands-on application are utilized to restore engine performance on today’s complex and rapidly changing technology. Prerequisites: AUT637-C, AUT809-C AUT860-C Brake & Transmission Electronics 6 Course coverage includes ABS brakes, traction control, and transmission electronics. Theory and hands-on training are used to provide an understanding of these sophisticated modern systems. Prerequisites: AUT616-C, AUT861-C, AUT637-C, AUT250-C AUT861-C Brakes & Chassis Systems 8 This course covers the theory and application of repair to the under car. Theory topics include basic hydraulics, disc and drum brake operation and service, anti-lock brake applications, wheel balance, wheel alignment, suspension types and steering systems. Theory is backed by the application of repair operations in the auto lab utilizing equipment and procedures closely parallel to the auto service industry. Prerequisite: AUT-616 AUT911-C Cooperative/Internship 6 Spend one summer term (400 Hours) working as an entrylevel technician in a cooperating auto service facility. Students are able to apply the principles and techniques learned during their first year. In addition, you are afforded the opportunity to experience the auto service industry from the inside as an employee. In order to participate in this course a student must have a valid driver’s license and have a cumulative grade point of 2.0. Prerequisites: AUT616-C, AUT168-C, AUT707-C, AUT861-C Business Computer Applications ______________________________________________________ BCA102-A Introduction to Technology 1 This class offers students the opportunity to learn basic computer skills through a hands-on approach and to explore other forms of technology used in the workplace. Students will learn basic computer terminology, software packages, email, internet usage, and other technical devices in the workplace. No prior computer knowledge or usage is assumed. BCA104-E Management of Information Systems 2 This course has specific applications to the Health Information Management field. The course provides a basic knowledge of computer and communication systems and how they relate to managing information for healthcare, business, and personal use. Subjects covered include computer technology development, hardware, software and its applications, data processing, operating systems, information system management, design and analysis, system security and safety, privacy and confidentiality of electronically stored data, and an overview of programming languages. Topics include networking, Internet, microwave and satellite systems, telecommunications, video, and more. BCA115-E Internet Basics 1 In addition to an overview of the development of the Internet, the course provides instruction in browsing the World Wide Web, doing research on the Internet using search engines and search directories, setting up e-mail accounts, using an e-mail client, subscribing to newsgroups, identification of file types used on the Internet, and downloading files from the internet. BCA116-E Introduction to the Internet 3 The course provides the student with an understanding of the history of the Internet, Internet terminology, and how to efficiently use the Internet resources available. Topics covered are: communicating over the Internet, how to find information, how to create web pages, and how to use multimedia on the Internet. BCA120-E Computer Orientation 1 An introductory course for those with little or no computer experience. The class will cover computer hardware and software concepts and things to consider when purchasing, installing, or maintaining a personal computer. This course also includes a brief overview of the Internet, operating systems, word processing, spreadsheet and database software applications BCA129-A Basic Word Processing 2 This course addresses basic and intermediate levels of word processing using Microsoft Word. Skills introduced include manipulating Windows, entering and editing text, formatting paragraphs and text, using the spelling checker and thesaurus, selecting printers and printing documents, and applying document formatting options. BCA130-E Advanced Word Processing 2 Advanced features of Microsoft Word. Skills introduced include using the following: sharing your work, advanced tables, styles, templates and wizards, merged documents, graphics, desktop publishing, diagrams and charts, electronic forms, templates and wizards (as time permits). Prerequisite: BCA129-A


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