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|Automotive Braking Systems/Lab  (2)|
AST 134/135 AST 134/135 - Basic Automotive Electrical, Battery, Wiring & Lighting/Lab
This course is a complete study of electrical principles, battery operation (rating and types), the fundamentals of operation of automotive lighting and wiring, and the use of electrical meters and test instruments. Class meets days 10-18 of the first semester.
|Basic Automotive Electrical, Battery, Wiring & Lighting/Lab  (4)|
|Charging & Starting Sysems/Lab  (2)|
AST 150/151 AST 150/151 - Ignition Systems/Lab
This course is a complete study of the function and operation of point, electronic, and computer ignition systems. The servicing and testing of ignition components and operation of oscilloscopes and other ignition test equipment will be included. Class meets days 51-59 of the first semester.
|Ignition Systems/Lab  (2)|
|Fuel Systems/Lab  (4)|
WRIT 108 WRIT 108 - Elementary Technical Writing
Technical Writing for the Trades is designed to prepare the student for job-related writing. The student will learn to communicate information that is new to someone who needs to know the information in order to do a job or make a decision. Topics include adapting messages to audiences, organizing paragraphs, revising for style, summarizing information, weighing ethical issues, creating appropriate page layout for everyday communications situations, and explaining a process. Specific applications are individualized according to students' career plans and are chosen from several categories including effective memo/letter writing, short report writing, and proposal writing. This course does not fulfill General Education requirements for transfer. Pre-requisite: Compass test score of 47 or higher on the English (Writing) component.
|Elementary Technical Writing  (2)|
M 100 M 100 - Introduction to Technical Mathematics
This course is designed to provide a mathematical background necessary for success in the industrial areas and to meet the math requirement for the automotive, heavy equipment and building trades certificate programs at Miles Community College. Pre-requisite: satisfactory completion of placement tests or concurrent enrollment in NC 021 Supplemental Instruction/Academic Support for Mathematics. For those in NC 021, attendance and participation in NC 021 will be reported to your M 100 instructor for consideration in your M 100 grade.
|Introduction to Technical Mathematics  (2)|
|Automotive Emissions/Lab  (2)|
|Engine Tune-Up/Lab  (2)||
AST 106/107 AST 106/107 - Automotive Manual Drive Train and Axles/Lab
This course is designed to prepare students to properly diagnose and repair automotive clutches, manual transmissions, and transaxles utilizing both theory and service operations and overhaul. (Class meets days 13-21 of the second semester.)
|Automotive Manual Drive Train and Axles/Lab  (3)|
|Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles/Lab  (4)|
|Driveline & Rear Axle/Lab  (2)|
|Foundations of Automotive Suspension & Steering Systems/Lab  (2)|
|Wheel Alignment & Balance/Lab  (2)|
AST 170/171 AST 170/171 - Automotive Air Conditioning/Lab
This course is a complete study of the operation, service, and repair of heating and air conditioning systems. The operation of detailed state-of-the-art equipment for diagnosing and repairing these systems without endangering the environment will be covered. (Class meets days 69-75 of the second semester.)
|Automotive Air Conditioning/Lab  (2)|
COMX 106 COMX 106 - Communicating in a Dynamic Workplace
Students will study human behavior and personality, self-management, self-development, and elementary business psychology. Classroom focus is on career planning and job search: students will develop skills to prepare resumes, cover letters, and other communications involved in obtaining a job. This class is a requirement for the Professional-Technical programs.
|Communicating in a Dynamic Workplace  (2)|
|Special Auto Topics  (3)|
|Automotive Engine Repair/Lab  (6)|
|Automotive Diagnostic Equipment I  (3)|
CAPP 120 CAPP 120 - Introduction to Computers
This course emphasizes the practical aspects of today's computing environment. Instruction includes the basic computer architecture and operation, hardware, operating systems, network communication, ethical issues associated with computers, and aspects of integrated software with an emphasis on business applications. Co-requisite: CAPP 120A Introduction to Computer Applications.
|Intro to Computers  (3)|
|Automotive Internship  (3)||
WLDG 240 WLDG 240 - Electric Arc Welding
This course presents the fundamentals of arc welding in flat and horizontal positions. Areas covered include basic welding techniques, joints, fundamental welds, electrode classification, metal identification, welding symbols, and control of expansion and contraction. Students will have the opportunity to use AC-DC, MIG, and TIG welders. (Lab fee required.)
|Electric Arc Welding  (2)|
|ASE Exam Prep: Section One  (2)|
|Automotive Diagnostic Equipment II  (3)|
|High Performance Engine Modifications  (2)|
ACTG 101 ACTG 101 - Accounting Procedures I
This course provides fundamental instruction on financial record keeping and basic bookkeeping methods. Topics include implementing the basic accounting equation; using T accounts; preparing and posting journal entries, reversing entries, and closing entries; payroll reporting; compiling income statements, balance sheets, and statements of owner's equity. This course satisfies a core requirement for the AAS degree in Auto Mechanics or Building Technology. In addition, it is an excellent class to prepare students for the Principles of Accounting series.
|Accounting Procedures I  (3)|