ASE Automotive Technology

 

ASE 110 - Brakes I 2 Credits
Covers basic operation of automotive braking systems. This includes operation, diagnosis and basic repair of disc, drum and basic hydraulic braking systems.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Corequisite: ASE 111, ASE 210

ASE 111 - Automotive Brake Service II 2 Credits
Teaches skills to perform service checks and procedures to automotive foundation braking system and to identify components and types of ABS and traction control systems
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Prerequisite: ASE 162
Corequisite: ASE 110, ASE 210

ASE 120 - Basic Automotive Electricity 2 Credits
Introduces vehicle electricity and includes basic electrical theory, circuit designs, and wiring methods. It also focuses on multimeter usage and wiring diagrams.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Prerequisite: ASE 160, ASE 161, ASE 162
Corequisite: ASE 123, ASE 220, ASE 221, ASE 231

ASE 123 - Starting and Charging Systems 2 Credits
Covers the operation, testing and servicing of vehicle battery, starting and charging systems. Includes voltage testing of starter and generator, load testing and maintenance of a battery.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Prerequisite: ASE 160, ASE 161, ASE 162
Corequisite: ASE 120, ASE 220, ASE 221, ASE 231

ASE 130 - General Engine Diagnosis 2 Credits
Teaches students how to perform basic engine diagnosis to determine condition of engine. This will include engine support systems.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Prerequisite: ASE 160, ASE 161, ASE 162
Corequisite: ASE 132, ASE 134, ASE 233, ASE 235

ASE 132 - Ignition System Diagnosis and Repair 2 Credits
Focuses on lecture and related laboratory experiences in the diagnosis, service, adjustments and repair of various automotive ignition systems.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Prerequisite: ASE 160, ASE 161, ASE 162
Corequisite: ASE 130, ASE 134, ASE 233, ASE 235

ASE 134 - Automotive Fuel and Emissions Systems I 2 Credits
Focuses on lecture and laboratory experiences in the diagnosis and repair of automotive fuel emission control systems, filter systems and spark plugs. Course also includes maintenance to diesel (DEF) systems.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Prerequisite: ASE 160, ASE 161, ASE 162
Corequisite: ASE 130, ASE 132, ASE 233, ASE 235

ASE 140 - Suspension and Steering I 2 Credits
Focuses on lecture and related experiences in the diagnosis and service of suspensions and steering systems and their components.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Corequisite: ASE 141, ASE 240

ASE 141 - Suspension and Steering II 2 Credits
Covers design, diagnosis, inspection, and service of suspension and steering systems used on light trucks and automobiles. Course includes power steering and SRS service.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Corequisite: ASE 140, ASE 240

ASE 150 - Manual Drive Train and Axle Maintenance 2 Credits
Studies the operating principles and repair procedures relating to axle-shaft and universal joints.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Corequisite: ASE 151, ASE 152

ASE 151 - Automotive Manual Transmission/Transaxles & Clutches 2 Credits
Focuses on lecture and related laboratory experiences in the diagnosis and repair of automotive manual transmissions, transaxles and clutches and related components.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Corequisite: ASE 150, ASE 152

ASE 152 - Manual Transmission, Transaxles and Clutches II 2 Credits
Focuses on lecture and related laboratory experiences in the diagnosis and repair of automotive differentials, four wheel and all wheel drive units.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Corequisite: ASE 150, ASE 151

ASE 160 - Automotive Engine Repair 2 Credit
Focuses on lecture and laboratory experiences in the service of cylinder head, valve-train components and components of the cooling system. Course also includes engine removal and re-installation and re-mounting systems.
(Contact hours - 45)
Corequisite: ASE 161, ASE 162

ASE 161 - Engine Repair & Rebuild 3 Credits
Focuses on lecture and laboratory experiences in the disassembly, diagnosis and reassembly of the automotive engine. Topics include the diagnostic and repair procedures for the engine block and head assemblies.
(Contact hours - 60)
Corequisite: ASE 160, ASE 162

ASE 162 - Automotive Engine Service 2 Credits
Covers engine sealing requirements and repair procedures; engine fasteners, bolt torque and repair of fasteners. Course will also cover cooling system and basic engine maintenance.
(Contact hours - 45)
Corequisite: ASE 160, ASE 161

ASE 210 - Automotive Power and ABS Brake Systems 2 Credits
Covers the operation and theory of the modern automotive braking systems. Includes operation, diagnosis, service, and repair of the anti-lock braking systems, power assist units and machine operations of today's automobile.
(Contact hours - 45)
Corequisite: ASE 110, ASE 111

ASE 220 - Specialized Electronics Training 2 Credits
Provides a systematic approach to automotive electrical systems. Builds from the basic electrical principles and concepts through semiconductors and microprocessors. Features on-bench exercises. Students practice diagnostic procedures that have applications to present and future automotive electronics and electrical systems.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Prerequisite: ASE 160, ASE 161, ASE 162
Corequisite: ASE 120, ASE 123, ASE 221, ASE 231

ASE 221 - Automotive and Diesel Body Electrical 4 Credits
Provides a comprehensive study of the theory, operation, diagnosis, and repair of vehicle accessories.
(Contact hours - 82.5)
Prerequisite: ASE 160, ASE 161, ASE 162
Corequisite: ASE 120, ASE 123, ASE 220, ASE 231

ASE 231 - Automotive Computers and Ignition Systems 2 Credits
Focuses on lecture and laboratory experiences in the inspection and testing of typical computerized engine control systems.
(Contact hours - 37.5)
Prerequisite: ASE 160, ASE 161, ASE 162
Corequisite: ASE 120, ASE 123, ASE 220, ASE 221

ASE 233 - Auto Fuel Injection and Emissions Systems II 4 Credits
Focuses on lecture and related laboratory experiences in the diagnosis and repair of electronic fuel injection systems and modern exhaust systems.
(Contact hours - 82.5)
Prerequisite: ASE 160, ASE 161, ASE 162
Corequisite: ASE 130, ASE 132, ASE 134, ASE 235

ASE 235 - Drivability & Diagnosis 2 Credit
Emphasizes lecture and related laboratory experience in diagnostic techniques and the use of diagnostic scan tools, oscilloscopes, lab scopes, multi-meters and gas analyzers. Students diagnose live vehicle drivability problems.
(Contact hours - 45)
Prerequisite: ASE 160, ASE 161, ASE 162
Corequisite:ASE 130, ASE 132, ASE 134, ASE 233

ASE 240 - Suspension and Steering II 2 Credit
Covers operation of steering and power steering systems. It will also include different alignment types and procedures. (Contact hours - 45)
Corequisite: ASE 140

ASE 250 - Automatic Transmission/Transaxle Service 1 Credit
Focuses on practical methods of maintaining, servicing, and performing minor adjustments on an automatic transmission and transaxle.
(Contact hours - 22.5)
Corequisite: ASE 251, ASE 252

ASE 251 - Automotive Transmission and Transaxle Repair 3 Credits
Covers diagnosis, principles of hydraulics, principles of electronic components, power flow, theory of operation, remove and re-install transmission/transaxle, and replacement of components.
(Contact hours - 60)
Corequisite: ASE 250, ASE 252

ASE 252 - Advanced Automatic Transmissions/Transaxles 2 Credits
Provides laboratory experiences with hands on approach in the areas that the student received training during previous automotive transmission classes.
(Contact hours - 45)
Corequisite: ASE 250, ASE 251

ASE 264 - Introduction Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning 1 Credit
Covers basic operation of the Heating and Air Conditioning components.
(Contact hour - 15)
Corequisite: ASE 265

ASE 265 - Heating and Air Conditioning Systems 4 Credits
Emphasizes lecture and related laboratory experiences in the diagnosis and service of vehicle heating and air conditioning systems and their components.
(Contact hours - 90)
Corequisite: ASE 264

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