Course Descriptions

ATP 102 - Electrical/Electronic Systems 1 - Automotive

3 Credits

A study of basic automotive electricity including Ohms law, circuit analysis, meter usage, discrete solid state components, magnetic induction, motor principles, and wire repair. Two class hours, two laboratory hours.

Prerequisite: Permission of the Department

Course Learning Outcomes
1. Measure electrical circuits using a test light.
2. Measure electrical circuits using a digital multimeter.
3. Measure electrical circuits using an oscilloscope.
4. Apply Ohm’s Law to automotive electrical circuits.
5. Apply Kirchhoff’s Laws to automotive electrical circuits.
6. Explain basic motor theory.
7. Explain how magnetism is used to control electrical systems.
8. Diagnose circuit safety devices.
9. Repair circuit safety devices.
10. Diagnose basic circuit semiconductors.
11. Repair basic circuit semiconductors.
12. Repair electrical circuits.

Course Offered Fall and Spring

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Intersession 2018
Spring Semester 2018
Summer Session 2018