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GENERAL MOTORS ASEP PROGRAM – MAJOR # 805G

The General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (GM ASEP) is a two-year associate degree program. GM ASEP incorporates the most advanced automotive technical training with a strong academic foundation in Math, English, Electronics, Analytical and Technical skills. The student earns
a solid education combined with invaluable work experience for hands-on learning.

The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and General Motors Corporation certify this curriculum.

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE

FIRST YEAR

Fall Semester   Units
AT 10  Technical Computer Applications 2
AT 130 Industrial Math 3
ATGM 54 Suspension, Steering, and Wheel Alignment 5
ATGM 56 Automotive Braking Systems 5
*AUTOT 9 Automotive Essentials 3
Electives   3
 

Total

21


Spring Semester   Units
AT 31 Technical Report Writing 3
ATGM 52 Automotive Electrical Systems 5
**AUTOT 19 Work Experience (Coop), Occup 4
Electives   6
 

Total

18


Summer Semester    Units
ATGM 51 Principles of Engine Theory 3
ATGM 51L Automotive Engine Laboratory 2
**AUTOT 19 Work experience (Coop), Occup 3
Electives   1
 

Total

9



SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester    Units
ATGM 53 Engine Performance 5
**AUTOT 19 Work experience (Coop), Occup 4
Electives   6
 

Total

15


Spring Semester   Units
ATGM 55 Power Trains: Transmissions/Transaxles, Differentials, and Driveaxles 5
AT 120 Industrial Science 3
**AUTOT 19 Work experience (Coop), Occup 4
Electives   3
 

Total

15

 
Summer Semester   Units
ATGM 57 Automotive Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Advanced Electronics 5
Electives   1
 

Total

6

Recommended Electives: AUTOT 58; BA 20; enGL 26; HLTH 1; PE; PHOTO 5; POLSCI 10; SPEECH 2.

* High School articulation (1 year)
** Students must complete at least 15 units of work experience.
The Associate in Science Degree will be awarded to any student who successfully completes the above course work and the Associate Degree requirements.

Last updated: 6/24/2008 10:58:08 AM