Automotive Technology National Certification:
Following an extensive examination of its courses,instructors and facilities, Western has earned a certification from the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).
Student Learning Outcomes:
The Automotive Certificate of Achievement offers students an opportunity to acquire the necessary skills and technical theory for a successful career as an automotive mechanic. Individuals already employed in the automotive mechanics field will be able to upgrade their knowledge.
A minimum of 31 total credits chosen from the following categories:
Program Requirements19 Units (Credits)
|AUTO 101||Introduction to General Mechanics||3|
|AUTO 115||Auto Electricity & Electronics I||4|
|AUTO 145||Automotive Brakes||4|
|AUTO 155||Steering & Suspension||4|
|AUTO 225||Engine Performance I/Fuel & Ignition||4|
General Education Requirements12 Units (Credits)
Must include a writing course
|Human Relations Requirement|
Recommended: BUS 110