The Automotive Manual Drive Train Specialist Certificate is designed to provide the student with entry level employment skills needed in the area of automotive service and repair of manual transmissions, manual transaxles, clutch systems, drivelines, and differentials. A student can seek employment in new car dealerships, specialty repair shops, and franchise automotive repair facilities. This certificate requires a total of 20 units. A minimum grade of C is required in each course taken.
The Fullerton College AutomotiveTechnology Department offers an engaging learning environment that prepares students for career entry and provides advanced skill training for career advancement. Students can earn a Manual Drive Train Specialist Certificate. The teaching methodology is a balance of theory and practical laboratory work.
The stated goals and objectives for this Certificate will fulfill the college’s mission and curriculum offerings. This program meets the objectives of the district master plan by providing training and jobs to our student population. Based on statewide employment data, a need exists for this certificate and courses contained within.
Manual Drive Train SpecialistSkills Certificate
|Requirement||Department Name/Course Number||Course Name||Units||CSU-GE||IGETC||Sequence|
|Required (20 units)||AUTO 050 F||Automotive Specialty Practice||2||NA||NA||Yr 1, Fall|
|AUTO 060 F||Automotive Powertrains||5||NA||NA||Yr 1, Spring|
|AUTO 065 F||Auto Electrical and Electronic Systems||5||NA||NA||Yr 1-2, Fall|
|AUTO 083 F||Brake and Suspension Systems Repair||8||NA||NA||Yr 1-2, Spring|
|Total units 20|