MCC CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

APPRENTICE TRAINING: AUTOMOTIVE

A.A.S. DEGREE - Career Program

Program Code: AT01

Distribution Requirements Credit Hours
GM -Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP)
FIRST SEMESTER: 18 Credit Hours
ATP 101 Introduction to Automotive Technology 5
ATP 102 Electrical/Electronic Systems 1 - Automotive 3
ATP 105 Brakes - Automotive 4.5
ATP 141 Automotive Technology - Co-op I 0.5
PHYSICAL/HEALTH EDUCATION ELECTIVE 2
ENG 101 College Composition OR
ENG 200 Advanced Composition
3
Total18
SECOND SEMESTER: 16.5 Credit Hours
MTH 104 Intermediate Algebra OR
MTH 135 Introduction to Technical Mathematics* OR
MTH 164 Introduction to Trigonometry AND MTH 165 College Algebra OR
MTH 175 Precalculus Mathematics with Analytic Geometry or higher
4
PHY 100 Preparatory Physics OR
PHY 131 Applied Physics I or higher
4
ATP 103 Electrical 2 - Automotive 4
ATP 108 Engine Repair - Automotive 4
ATP 142 Automotive Technology - Co-op II 0.5
Total16.5
SUMMER SEMESTER: 0.5 Credit Hours
ATP 143 Automotive Technology - Co-op III 0.5
Total 0.5
THIRD SEMESTER: 16.5 Credit Hours
SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE 3
HUMANITIES ELECTIVE 3
ATP 107 Automatic Transmission and Transaxle - Automotive 4
ATP 109 Heating and Air Conditioning - Automotive 3
ATP 144 Automotive Technology - Co-op IV 0.5
ATP 104 Emissions Controls, Computer Fuel Systems 3
Total16.5
FOURTH SEMESTER: 12.5 Credit Hours
LIBERAL ARTS ELECTIVE 3
ATP 106 Steering and Suspension - Automotive 5
ATP 112 Engine Performance - Automotive 4
ATP 145 Automotive Technology - Co-op V 0.5
Total12.5
TOTAL CREDITS GM -Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP)64

* Two years of high school Regents algebra are recommended. Students with math deficiencies have to enroll in an extra preparatory math course(s).

General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program - (GM-ASEP): This is a two-year, five-semester program. It alternates college instruction with on-the-job GM dealership training. General Motors and Monroe Community College have joined forces to provide appropriate "high tech" instruction and a cooperative work experience at participating GM dealers in the Western New York region. Identification of a sponsoring dealership is part of the acceptance process in this program. A valid New York State driver's license is required for participation in this program.

Those wishing more information on the programs listed above should contact the Applied Technologies Department at 585-292-3725, or the Admissions Office at 585-292-2000.

The online version contains the most current curriculum information as it is amended when updates are approved. View the online catalog at: https://www.monroecc.edu/academics/catalog/