Available courses

Automotive Technology I [25100] is designed to develop a comprehensive understanding of maintenance and repair of vehicles. Subjects covered are tune-up, lubrication, emission control, brakes, tires, wheels, shop orientation, and safety. The shop work is limited to learning the testing procedures in these areas through the use of computerized technology. Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) standards will be an integral part of this class.

This course is the first year of a two-year automotive technology program, offered to junior students through a partnership with West-MEC (Western Maricopa Education Center). The program teaches students automobile engine performance, brakes, steering and suspension and electrical components. Upon completion of the two-year program, students may take the NATEF ASE Certification Exam.

This course is the second year of the first year of a two-year automotive technology program, offered to junior students through a partnership with West-MEC (Western Maricopa Education Center). The program teaches students automobile brakes, steering and suspension and electrical components. Upon completion of the two-year program, students may take the NATEF ASE Certification Exam.

This course allows the student(s) to continue to develop the complete foundation, principles and service procedures of Automotive Engine Performance & Emission Controls. Course includes the continuing development of skills in basic automotive maintenance, service and repair. Students are reintroduced to diagnosis of systems and concerns, causes and correction of problems. Critical thinking skills and shop safety are emphasized. Course includes applied academics of math, science and language arts. Minimum performance requirements for this course are based on successful completion according to the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) Automobile Program Standards.

This course allows the student(s) to continue to develop the complete foundation, principles and service procedures of Automotive Electrical and Electronics Systems. Course includes the continuing development of skills in basic automotive maintenance, service and repair. Students are reintroduced to diagnosis of systems and concerns, causes and correction of problems. Critical thinking skills and shop safety are emphasized. Course includes applied academics of math, science and language arts. Minimum performance requirements for this course are based on successful completion according to the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) Automobile Program Standards.