Automotive Clean Vehicle Technology Associate of Science Degree
This degree is designed to provide students with the fundamentals of alternative fuel and electric vehicle technology as it applies to the automotive industry. The curriculum prepares students for entry-level positions in alternative fuel/hybrid/electric vehicle maintenance, service and repair, including alternative fuel and electric power technology.
|AUTO 010||Introduction to Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology||4|
|AUTO 011||Electric Vehicle (EV) and Alternative Fuels||3|
|AUTO 011L||Electric Vehicle (EV) and Alternative Fuel - Laboratory||1|
|AUTO 064||Auto/Truck Electrical Systems||4|
|or HMDT 064||Auto/Truck Electrical Systems|
|AUTO 065||Electrical Systems Diagnosis and Repair||4|
|AUTO 050||Automotive Brakes||3|
|AUTO 050L||Automotive Brakes - Laboratory||1|
|AUTO 052||Automotive Suspension and Steering||3|
|AUTO 052L||Automotive Suspension and Steering - Laboratory||1|
|ELECTR 110||Direct Current Circuit Analysis||3|
|ELECTR 111||Direct Current Circuit Laboratory||1|
|ELECTR 115||Alternating Current Circuit Analysis||3|
|ELECTR 116||Alternating Current Circuit Laboratory||1|
To earn an SBVC Associate Degree students must complete one of the following general education patterns:
Program Learning Outcomes
At the completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Diagnose and make minor repairs to 12 volt starting and charging systems using electrical schematics.
- Demonstrate appropriate personal and shop safety procedures needed to safely work with high voltage and hydrogen fuel systems.
- Evaluate system conditions by entering self-diagnostic mode of a given system, correctly interpret diagnostic trouble codes, and diagnose electronic control system faults using appropriate procedures and strategies.
- Perform basic maintenance, diagnostic and repair related to electric, hybrid and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.