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Automotive Analysis and Repair Diploma

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Contact Information:

Ralph Papsidero
P.O. Box 1127
5251 College Drive
Dublin, VA 24084

Phone: (540) 674-3600 extension 4328
E-mail: rpapsidero@nr.edu

 

Jay Kirschenman
P.O. Box 1127
5251 College Drive
Dublin, Virginia 24084

Phone: (540) 674-3600 extension 4229
E-mail: nrkirsj@nr.edu

 

First Semester (Fall)
AUT 101 Intro to Automotive System1..........4
AUT 241 Automotive Electricity I...................4
AUT 265 Automotive Braking Systems.........4
MTH 103 Applied Technical Mathematics.....3
SDV 100 College Success Skills...................1

...................................................................16

Second Semester (Spring)
AUT 126 Auto Fuel & Ignition System ............................5
AUT 215 Emission Systems Diagnosis & Repair.............2
AUT 266 Auto. Alignment, Suspension & Steering.........4
ENG 108 Critical Reading and Study Skills ....................3

.......................................................................................14

Third Semester (Fall)
AUT 115 Automobile Engines......................5
AUT 141 Auto Power Trains I.......................4
AUT 242 Automotive Electricity II..................4
___ Social Science Elective2.........................3

....................................................................16

Fourth Semester (Spring)
AUT 216 High Efficiency Fuel Systems............5
AUT 235 Auto Heating & Air Conditioning .......3
AUT 251 Automatic Transmissions I................4
___ Technical Elective/ Coop...........................3

........................................................................15

 

First Semester....................................................16
Second Semester...............................................14
Third Semester...................................................16
Fourth Semester...............................................15
Total Minimum Credits....................................... 61

Footnotes:
1 AUT 101 is a co-requisite for all automotive courses, or
consent of instructor.
2 Students may choose from college approved Social
Science or Humanities/Fine Arts electives on page 55 of the NRCC 2012-13 college catalog.


 

 

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