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Automotive/Electronics

This course will cover theory, diagnosis and service practices related to electronic systems found on today’s

automobiles. The basics of electricity meter use and circuit analysis will be extensively covered. Special

emphasis will be made in the areas of schematic use, electrical system diagnosis, and circuit

theory. Semiconductor use and computer operation will also be covered. Semester tests are required in this

course.

Second year Automotive Technologies

(You

must

register for both semester classes during registration.)

COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS (S1) - AUT 633

COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE REPAIR (S2) - AUT 164

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT (Purchase of Textbook Required)

Course Length:

1 Year

Credits:

2 LCHS, 4 WITCC (Automotive Electrical Systems)

2 LCHS, 4 WITCC (Automotive Engine Repair)

Prerequisite:

Successful completion of first year automotive classes.

Grade Level:

11, 12

Automotive Electrical Systems

This course covers theory, diagnosis, and service practices related to the electrical systems found on today’s

automobiles. The emphasis is on the battery, starting, charging, lighting, and ignition (electronic & conventional),

systems. Practical applications of schematics and electrical system diagnosis using circuit theory are

discussed. Semester tests are required in this course.

Engine Diagnosis & Service

Designed to provide instruction in shop skills in the areas of engine design and operation, pre-diagnosis, and on-

car service. Includes lab experience in compression, balance, cylinder leakage testing, cooling systems service,

and timing chain and oil leakage diagnosis and repair. Major engine overhaul procedures will be covered. The

major project will be tearing an engine down and going through the engine wear diagnosis, engine machining

procedures and engine procedures. Semester tests are required in this course.

First or Second year Welding

(

You

must

register all these classes during registration.)

COLLEGE ARC Welding Intro (SMAW) (T1) - WEL147

COLLEGE ARC Welding Inter (SMAW) (T2) - WEL148

COLLEGE OXY FUEL WELDING & CUTTING (T3) - WEL120

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT

Course Length:

1 Year

Credits:

2 LCHS, 3 WITCC (College ARC Welding Intro)

2 LCHS, 3 WITCC (College ARC Welding Inter)

2 LCHS, 2 WITCC (College OXY Fuel Welding & Cutting)

Prerequisite:

Intro to Welding is highly recommended

Grade Level:

11, 12 (If the course is not full, 10th graders will be considered.)

COLLEGE ARC Welding Introduction (SMAW) - WEL147

This is the first of two courses designed for students to prepare for the AWS Certification. A combined lecture

and lab course, students study safety, heat settings, polarity, and the proper selection of electrodes in the arc

welding process. Topics include welding on carbon steel plate using visual and destructive methods of

determining weld quality to AWS standards. Semester tests are required in this course.

COLLEGE ARC Welding Intermediate (SMAW) - WEL148

This is the second of two courses designed for students to prepare for the AWS certification. A combined

lecture and lab course, students study safety, heat settings, polarity, penetration welding, horizontal and

vertical welding, and the proper selection of electrodes in the arc welding process. Topics include welding on

carbon steel plate using visual and destructive methods of determining weld quality to AWS Standards.

Semester tests are required in this course.