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2021/2022automotivetechnicianTechnical DiplomaProgram Code: 32-404-2Total Credits: 63CHECKLIST:This section will be completed whenmeeting with your academic advisor.q FAFSA (www.fafsa.gov)Mid-State’s Automotive Technician program gives students theexperience and skills they need to diagnose and repair today’s vehicles.The program emphasizes engine and transmission repair, the drive trainand axles, suspension and steering systems, brakes, electrical systems,heating and air conditioning, and engine performance. You’ll receiveinstruction from industry experts and have access to state-of-the-artequipment, including a variety of hand and power tools and complexelectrical diagnostic equipment. Hands-on learning and opportunitiesto diagnose and repair cars for real customers will have you ready toenter the workforce with confidence.q Financial Aid Form(s)Form(s):q Follow-Up Appointment:Where:When:With:q Official TranscriptsMid-State Technical CollegeStudent Services Assistant1001 Centerpoint DriveEstimated tuition and fees: mstc.edu/programcostsStevens Point, WI 54481q Other:ACADEMIC ADVISORTo schedule an appointment with an academic advisor, call715.422.5300. Academic advisors will travel to other campuses asnecessary to accommodate student needs. For more information aboutadvising, visit mstc.edu/advising.mstc.edu888.575.6782TTY: 711ADAMS CAMPUS401 North MainAdams, WI 53910MARSHFIELD CAMPUS2600 West 5th StreetMarshfield, WI 54449STEVENS POINT CAMPUS1001 Centerpoint DriveStevens Point, WI 54481WISCONSIN RAPIDS CAMPUS500 32nd Street NorthWisconsin Rapids, WI 54494Mid-State does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its program, activity, or employment. The following person has been designated to handleinquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Vice President – Human Resources; 500 32nd Street North, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494; 715.422.5325 AAEO@mstc.edu. 3/2021

career pathwayBACHELOR'S DEGREEOPTIONSFor more information andadditional opportunities,visit mstc.edu/transfer.STARTYOURCAREEREARN NSAutomotive and LightTruck TechnicianAutomotive Master MechanicEngine TechnicianTECHNICALDIPLOMAONLY 36MORE IANCAREEROPTIONSAutomotive ApprenticeAutomotive Parts Sales/ServiceTire and Lube TechnicianTECHNICALDIPLOMA27 ULTCollege Credit Dual Credit Military Experience Work ExperienceLearn about Credit for Prior Learning at mstc.edu/cpl.BEGIN AT ANY POINTIN THE PATHWAYOTHER OPTIONSRELATED PROGRAMS Diesel & HeavyEquipment Technician Diesel & HeavyEquipment Technician AssistantPage 2888.575.6782 Get the latest updates online at mstc.edu

PROGRAM OUTCOMESEmployers will expect you, as an Automotive Techniciangraduate, to be able to: Demonstrate professionalism appropriate for the autoservice industry. Perform diagnosis, service, and repair of automotiveinternal combustion engines. Perform diagnosis, service, and repair of automotiveautomatic transmission/transaxle systems. Perform diagnosis, service, and repair of automotivemanual drive train and axle systems. Perform diagnosis, service, and repair of automotivesteering and suspension systems. Perform diagnosis, service, and repair of automotivebrake systems. Perform diagnosis, service, and repair of automotiveelectrical and electronic systems. Perform diagnosis, service, and repair of automotiveheating and air conditioning systems. Perform diagnosis, service, and repair of automotiveengine performance systems.TECHNICAL SKILLS ATTAINMENTThe Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) hasimplemented a requirement that all technical collegesmeasure program outcomes attained by students. Thisrequirement is called Technical Skills Attainment (TSA).The main objective of TSA is to ensure graduates have thetechnical skills needed by employers. Students are notifiedof TSA reporting in their final few courses of the program.PROTECTIVE CLOTHINGStudents are required to purchase three “Mid-StateAutomotive Technician Student” uniform shirts. These shirtsare available the first week of class for approximately 30each. Students are also required to wear safety glassesat all times in the lab. Acquisition of safety glasses is theresponsibility of the student.REQUIRED EQUIPMENTStudents need to purchase a Fluke 177 or Fluke 88Vmultimeter and test lead set before the start of the secondterm. These are available for purchase through the campusBookstore for approximately 270.STUDENT HANDBOOKVisit mstc.edu/studenthandbook to view Mid-State’sstudent handbook, which contains information aboutadmissions, enrollment, appeals processes, services forpeople with disabilities, financial aid, graduation, privacy,Mid-State’s Student Code of Conduct, and technology.888.575.6782 Get the latest updates online at mstc.eduGRADUATION REQUIREMENTThe GPS for Student Success course is required for allMid-State program students and is recommended to becompleted before obtaining 12 credits. (Not counted inthe total credit value for this program.) Some students areexempt from this requirement. Please see your programadvisor for more information.GPS for Student Success10890102. 1 creditIntegrate necessary skills for student success by developingan academic plan, identifying interpersonal attributes forsuccess, adopting efficient and effective learning strategies,and utilizing Mid-State resources, policies, and processes.This course must be completed prior to obtaining 12 creditsand is a graduation requirement.ADDITIONAL COURSES AS NEEDEDThe following courses may be recommended or required ifthe student does not achieve minimum Accuplacer scores.Intro to College Reading10838104.2 creditsProvides learners with the opportunities to developand expand reading skills, including comprehensionand vocabulary skills. Learners apply reading skills toacademic tasks and read to acquire information from avariety of sources.Intro to College Writing10831103.3 creditsIntroduces basic principles of composition, includingorganization, development, unity, and coherence inparagraphs and multi-paragraph documents. The purpose ofthis course is to prepare students for successful entry intorequired program courses. This course is tuition bearing andunder certain circumstances may qualify for financial aid.This course cannot be used to satisfy program completionrequirements at Mid-State.Prerequisite: Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 60 or equivalent.Proficiency in word processing skills recommended.Pre-Algebra10834109.3 creditsProvides an introduction to algebra. Includes operationson real numbers, solving linear equations, percent andproportion, and an introduction to polynomials andstatistics. Prepares students for elementary algebra andsubsequent algebra-related courses.Prerequisite: Accuplacer Math score of 65, Accuplacer Algebra scoreof 30, ABE Math Prep V 76854785 and ABE Math Prep VI 76854786with a grade of “S.” (Note: ABE Math Prep V and VI courses cannotbe used to satisfy program completion requirements at Mid-State.)Page 3

SAMPLE FULL-TIME CURRICULUM 15 creditsCollege MathematicsSuspension & Steering SystemsBraking Systems-AutomotiveService Practices in Automotive IndustryIntro to Electricity for theAutomotive 2432404330Welding Fundamentals 1Welding Fundamentals 2Fabrication Fundamentals 1Electrical Systems-AutoEngine RepairApplied Fluid Power324043123240432032404322324043263240437718 creditsAdvanced Electrical Systems-AutoHybrid Systems-AutoHeating/Air ConditioningFuel Control System-AutoBusiness Practices in theTransportation Industry1111552Career Development -orEmployment StrategiesElectronic Control System ProgrammingAutomatic TransmissionsManual TransmissionsApplied ScienceTerm355115 532806351SAMPLE PART-TIME CURRICULUM OPTION3355215 creditsTerm32404307 Suspension & Steering Systems32404308 Braking Systems-Automotive32404340 Intro to Electricity for theAutomotive Industry113 creditsTerm4 creditsTerm10 creditsTerm15 ding Fundamentals 1Welding Fundamentals 2Fabrication Fundamentals 1Electrical Systems-AutoEngine Repair1115510804107 College Mathematics32404375 Service Practices in Automotive Industry32404312 Advanced Electrical Systems-Auto32404322 Heating/Air Conditioning32404330 Applied Fluid PowerCareer Development -orEmployment StrategiesAutomatic TransmissionsManual TransmissionsApplied Science51351TermPlease Note: This curriculum sequence is only for student planning. Actualstudent schedules will vary depending on course availability. Program completion time may vary based on student schedulingand course availability. For details, go to 33240432532806351Total credits 6311 credit10404101324043203240432632404377532355210 creditsElectronic Control System ProgrammingHybrid Systems-AutoFuel Control System-AutoBusiness Practices in theTransportation Industry313151Total credits 63course descriptionsAdvanced Electrical Systems-Auto32404312.5 creditsLearners employ theory and operational fundamentals todiagnosis and repair of vehicle electronic/electrical systems,including computer self-diagnosis, scanners, analyzers,sensors, actuators, and computerized ignitions. Also coversdiagnostic and repair procedures on major electricalelectronic emission control systems.Corequisite: Electrical Systems-Auto 32404311Applied Fluid Power32404330.2 creditsLearners employ basic principles and application of pumps,compressors, motors, valves, seals, packing, and conductorsto demonstrate the advantage of hydraulic and pneumaticsystems as well as the physical properties of liquids andair. The intent is to identify various parts of a circuit andto illustrate standard liquid power components throughlaboratory experiments.Prerequisite: Admission to Automotive Technician program 324042or Automotive Maintenance Technician program 314043Page 4888.575.6782 Get the latest updates online at mstc.edu

course descriptionsApplied Science32806351.2 creditsThis survey course in basic physics is designed for studentsin the Automotive Technician, Diesel & Heavy EquipmentTechnician, and Machine Tool Technician programs. Topicshave been specially selected to provide students with basicsupport material for principles applied in the above listedprograms. Topics to be covered include basic measurementskills; problem solving; motion; forces and energy transferin linear and rotary systems; properties of solids, liquids andgases; temperature and heat; and basic DC electricity.Prerequisite: College Mathematics 10804107 with a grade of “C” or better.Automatic Transmissions32404323.5 creditsLearners practice automatic transmission diagnosis andrepair. Topics include gear systems, hydraulic and electroniccontrol systems, transmission servicing, in vehicle repair, andout of vehicle transmission overhaul.Prerequisites: Electrical Systems-Auto 32404311 and Applied FluidPower 32404330Braking Systems-Automotive32404308.5 creditsLearners employ fundamentals of vehicle braking systemsincluding drum, disc, hydraulic and air systems to performon-vehicle repairs. Includes instruction on power andanti-skid systems with emphasis on troubleshooting andcomponent replacement and reconditioning.Prerequisite: Admission to Automotive Technician program 324042or Automotive Maintenance Technician program 314043Business Practices in the Transportation Industry32404377. 1 creditProvides learners with hands on experience completingrepair orders, customer service and parts management.Students will learn from instructors, local shop owners andprofessionals in the industry. Topics covered will includeshop management, insurance and worker’s compensationconsiderations, warranties, and pricing systems.Corequisite: Fuel Control System-Auto 32404326.Career Development10102130.3 creditsPrepares learners for the process of gaining employment.Learners assess their personal background; practice findingcareer opportunities through the job search process;develop a cover letter, resume, and thank you letter, andcomplete a job application; participate in a mock interview;and demonstrate how to deal with interpersonal situationsfound in a work environment. NOTE: To enroll, you musthave completed 50 percent of technical program credits orreceive department approval. See program advisor, programfaculty, program counselor, or department dean/associatedean to register.888.575.6782 Get the latest updates online at mstc.eduCollege Mathematics10804107.3 creditsDesigned to review and develop fundamental conceptsof mathematics pertinent to the areas of: 1) arithmeticand algebra; 2) geometry and trigonometry; and 3)probability and statistics. Special emphasis is placed onproblem solving, critical thinking and logical reasoning,making connections, and using calculators. Topics includeperforming arithmetic operations and simplifying algebraicexpressions, solving linear equations and inequalities in onevariable, solving proportions and incorporating percentapplications, manipulating formulas, solving and graphingsystems of linear equations and inequalities in two variables,finding areas and volumes of geometric figures, applyingsimilar and congruent triangles, converting measurementswithin and between US and metric systems, applyingPythagorean Theorem, solving right and oblique triangles,calculating probabilities, organizing data and interpretingcharts, calculating central and spread measures, andsummarizing and analyzing data.Prerequisite: High School GPA of 3.0 or Accuplacer Arithmetic of 250and QAS 234 or ACT of 17 or Pre-Algebra 834109 with a grade of “C”or better or equivalent. Students are encouraged to bring transcriptsfor further evaluation if they do not meet these requirements.Electrical Systems-Auto32404311.5 creditsLearners employ principles of construction, function,and operation of starting motors, charging systems, andcontrols. Covers basic electronics, including capacitance,inductance, series and parallel circuits, magnetism andOhm’s Law, wiring schematics, soldering techniques, anduse of diagnostic equipment. Vehicle control and accessorysystems are studied.Electronic Control System Programming10404101.3 creditsIntroduces learners to fundamental electronic controlprogramming logic, terminology, and design. Learnerspractice basic programming and digital control techniquescomplete control tasks that are analogous to control tasksfound in modern automobiles.Prerequisite: College Mathematics 10804107Employment Strategies10801199.3 creditsA course designed to assist students in securingemployment. This communication-based course helpsdevelop an awareness of personal and academic skills asthey relate to the job seeking process. Topics of studyinclude personal and skill assessments, research ofemployment sources, completion of application forms,formation of professional resumes, composition of variousbusiness letters, interviewing skills, and job offer evaluation.NOTE: To enroll you must have completed 50 percent oftechnical program credits or receive department approval.See program advisor, program faculty, program counselor,or department dean/associate dean to register.Page 5

course descriptionsEngine Repair32404324.5 creditsLearners practice diagnosis, reconditioning and repair ofcylinder heads, valve train components, and engine blocksand related components. Provides a general overview ofengine types and operating characteristics. Covers enginesupport systems such as the lubrication systems, coolingsystem, ignition system, fuel and exhaust systems.Prerequisite: Admission to Automotive Technician program 324042or Automotive Maintenance Technician program 314043Fabrication Fundamentals 110457119. 1 creditAn introduction to structural shapes and sheet metalfabrication. Presents fabrication techniques, metal selection,and layout, cutting, bending, drilling, threading, and joiningusing manual equipment and techniques. Information ispresented to the student and followed up with lab activitiesto provide a hands-on experience. Emphasizes developingan understanding of the tools, techniques, safe work habits,and application of sheet metal fabrication skills.Fuel Control System-Auto32404326.5 creditsLearners identify and diagnose vehicle ignition systems, fuelsystems, air induction systems, emission control systems,and engine electrical systems. Focuses on fault diagnosis,component testing, and repairs for domestic as well asimport vehicles. Includes a review of engine operation andrelated servicing.Prerequisite: Admission to Automotive Technician program 324042or Automotive Maintenance Technician program 314043Heating/Air Conditioning32404322.3 creditsProvides an introduction to vehicle air conditioning systems.System components, operating characteristics, componenttesting, diagnosis, and repair are covered in detail forpopular system types. Includes servicing of engine coolingsystems as well as diagnosis and servicing of vehicle heatingsystems.Prerequisite: Admission to Automotive Technician program 324042or Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technician program 324121Hybrid Systems-Auto32404320. 1 creditLearners receive a general overview of hybrid vehiclesystems, including motor, inverter, and CVT operation. Alsoprovides an overview of hybrid safety requirements anddemonstration of proper high voltage lockout procedures.Corequisites: Automatic Transmissions 32404323, Advanced ElectricalSystems-Auto 32404312, and Fuel Control Systems-Auto 32404326Intro to Electricity for the Automotive Industry32404340. 1 creditIntroduces learners to electrical measurement tools andtechniques. Includes both hands-on experience andtheory on topics including multimeter operation, Ohm’slaw, wiring diagram interpretation, and circuit testing.Content is focused on tools and procedures commonlyused in automotive, and diesel/heavy equipment industries.Learners will have the opportunity to earn NC3 multimetercertification during this course.Prerequisite: Admission to Automotive Technician program 324042or Automotive Maintenance Technician program 314043Manual Transmissions32404325.5 creditsLearners practice manual drivetrain fault diagnosis andrepair. Topics includes clutch, drive shaft, and universal jointdiagnosis and servicing. Additional topics include rear axleservicing and four-wheel drive diagnosis and repair.Corequisite: Automatic Transmissions 32404323Service Practices in Automotive Industry32404375. 1 creditIntroduces the learner to common tools, terminology,and service practices in the transportation field. Coverssafety, environmental concerns, and basic customerrelations. Service shop management practices and theuse of automated work order, parts ordering, and timemanagement concepts are included.Prerequisite: Admission to Automotive Technician program 324042or Automotive Maintenance Technician program 314043Suspension & Steering Systems32404307.5 creditsAnalyze construction and working principles of chassiscomponents. Includes frames, suspension systems, steeringgears and linkages, wheels and tires, and wheel alignment.Learners practice on-vehicle diagnosis and repair ofsuspension and steering systems.Prerequisite: Admission to Automotive Technician program 324042or Automotive Maintenance Technician program 314043Welding Fundamentals 110442117. 1 creditAn introduction to fundamental welding techniques withan emphasis on safe work habits that covers the processesof FCAW, GMAW, and OXY-Fuel cutting. Classroominstruction pared with lab activities are designed to providefundamental skills in each of the welding processes coveredin the class.Welding Fundamentals 210442118. 1 creditAn introduction to fundamental welding techniqueswith an emphasis on safe work habits that covers theprocesses of GTAW, SMAW and Plasma cutting. Classroominstruction pared with lab activities are designed to providefundamental skills in each of the welding processes coveredin the class.Page 6888.575.6782 Get the latest updates online at mstc.edu

Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technician Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technician Assistant OTHER OPTIONS EARN A BACHELOR’S DEGREE BACHELOR'S DEGREE OPTIONS For more information and additional opportunities, visit mstc.edu/transfer. AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN TECHNICAL DIPLOMA 27 CREDITS AUTOMOTIVE

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