This program prepares students to apply technical knowledge of the service, diagnosis, and repair of modern hybrid and electric vehicles. Emphasis placed on high voltage battery packs, propulsion systems, charging systems, and related hybrid/EV control systems.
Enrollment Completer Projections are 40 students annually with a 2-3% increase annually.
• Demonstrate personal and shop safety procedures needed to safely work with high voltage systems.
• Diagnose hybrid/electric vehicle control systems.
• Use a systematic, industry-standard process to troubleshoot, evaluate, and diagnose malfunctions of computer-controlled devices.
• Diagnose and repair electrical and electronic circuits.
|AUT 52A||Automotive Tune-up and Electrical Systems||4|
|AUT 54||Automotive Electrical Systems||4|
|AUT 56||Automotive Computer Controls||4|
|AUT 95||Introduction to Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology||3|
|AUT 96||Advanced Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology||4|
Diann Thursby · 10/15/19
Received regional recommendation at 10-14-19 IEDRC Deans Meeting.