This program focuses on electrical theory, diagnosis, and application with a concentration on electric and hybrid vehicles. The courses in the program are designed to give students experience with the electrical systems and electric propulsion systems found on modern automobiles. Once students complete the program, they may seek employment at new car dealerships, municipality service centers, or with specific electric vehicle manufacturers.
- AUTO 102: Introduction to Automotive (3.0 units)
- AUTO 116: Electrical Fundamentals (5.0 units)
- AUTO 216: Electrical Systems (5.0 units)
- AUTO 260: Introduction to Electric Vehicles (4.0 units)
- AUTO 285: Hybrid Vehicles (3.0 units)
Total Units: 20