Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Academics

 

Transportation (Auto, Collision, and Diesel Technology)


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Fall 2014 Schedule of Classes

Automotive Collision Repair

Automotive Collision Repair | Automotive Technology | Diesel Technology
On-line Registration

ABDY 101 - Collision Repair Fundamentals and Estimating

This lecture/lab course includes an overview of the collision industry, instruction in safe shop procedures, measurement, vehicle disassembly, and estimating software and techniques. Successful students will earn nine I-CAR certification points. 4 Credits.

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83552 2001 MW 06:40PM to 09:50PM CHEY CYT102 MCCOMBS 25 Aug 14 Dec
83551 2002 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYT102 WILKINS 25 Aug 26 Sep

 

ABDY 110 - Paint and Refinish I

This course provides instruction in all phases of metal pre­paration: sanding, masking, metal treatment, priming, as well as spraying basecoat and clear coat and the proper use and maintenance of paint guns. 4 Credits.

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83553 2001 TTh 06:40PM to 09:50PM CHEY CYT116 TREVENA 25 Aug 14 Dec
83559 2002 MWTThF 01:00PM to 05:00PM CHEY CYT102 LOPEZ 29 Sep 30 Oct

 

ABDY 120 - Non-Structural Welding

This course prepares the student in general welding safety, Plasma Arc Cutting, Oxy and Acetylene welding, cutting, heating and GMAW MIG welding techniques. Students will be prepared to take the I-CAR hands on steel welding test 4 Credits.

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83555 2001 MW 06:40PM to 09:50PM CHEY CYT110 LOPEZ 25 Aug 14 Dec
83554 2002 MWTThF 01:00PM to 05:00PM CHEY CYT102 LOPEZ 25 Aug 26 Sep

 

ABDY 122 - Non-Structural Body and Panel and Trim

This course covers the proper techniques for removal, instal­lation, adjustment, and alignment of body hardware, body trim, and body sheet metal parts (using basic hand tools). 4 Credits.

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83557 2001 TTh 06:40PM to 09:50PM CHEY CYT112 TUTTLE 25 Aug 14 Dec
83556 2002 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYT102 WILKINS 29 Sep 30 Oct

 

ABDY 150 - Structural I

Introduction to specialized frame and unibody measuring, anchoring, and pulling equipment. The student will perform welding techniques and use corrosion preventive materials to restore the vehicle as closely as possible to pre-collision condition. Prerequisite: ABDY 120 or instructor approval. 4 Credits.

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83560 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYT102 WILKINS 3 Nov 14 Dec

 

ABDY 152 - Structural II

This course prepares the student in the repair of a moderate to heavily damaged vehicles using specialized frame and unibody measuring, anchoring, and pulling equipment. Continued instruction in welding techniques and corrosion preventive materials to restore the vehicle as closely as possible to pre-collision condition is included. Prerequisite: ABDY 150 or instructor approval. 4 Credits.

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87543 2001 MW 06:40PM to 09:50PM CHEY CYT100F LOPEZ 25 Aug 14 Dec

 

ABDY 220 - Paint and Refinish II

This course covers metal preparation, sanding, masking, metal treatment, and priming. Spraying of basecoat and clear coat, color matching, blending, and the proper care of a paint gun are also included. Students will learn blending, color adjusting and tinting. Prerequisite: ABDY 110 or instructor approval. 4 Credits.

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83558 2001 TTh 06:40PM to 09:50PM CHEY CYT102 LOPEZ 25 Aug 14 Dec

 


Automotive Technology

Automotive Collision Repair | Automotive Technology | Diesel Technology
On-line Registration

AUTO 105 - Automotive Maintenance I

Students will learn basic operation of the major automotive systems, safety procedures, tool and equipment usage and using electronic service information while performing lubrication, tire and basic maintenance service procedures. Test-out exam is available through the Transportation Technologies program office. 4 Credits.

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83544 2001 MW 06:00PM to 09:30PM CHEY CYB1304 STAFF 25 Aug 14 Dec
83545 2002 TTh 06:00PM to 09:30PM CHEY CYN136 STAFF 25 Aug 14 Dec
83546 2003 TTh 06:00PM to 09:30PM CHEY CYN137 STAFF 25 Aug 14 Dec
83547 2004 TTh 06:00PM to 09:30PM CHEY CYB1304 STAFF 25 Aug 14 Dec
83548 2005 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYB1304 RAPALO 25 Aug 26 Sep

 

AUTO 115 - Automotive Electricity and Electronics I

This course will introduce the operation of AC and DC electrical circuits, wiring diagrams and the use of Digital Multimeters and diagnosis of circuit malfunctions including battery, starting, charging and accessory systems. Prerequisite: AUTO 105. 4 Credits.

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83520 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYT114 RAPALO 29 Sep 30 Oct
83521 2002 TTh 06:45PM to 09:45PM CHEY CYT114 STAFF 25 Aug 14 Dec
83518 2003 MW 06:45PM to 09:45PM CHEY CYT114 STAFF 25 Aug 14 Dec

 

AUTO 117 - Advanced Automotive Electronics

Operation, diagnosis and repair of automotive electrical circuits including lighting and convenience accessories, instrument cluster/gauges, supplemental restraint systems, audio, cruise and anti-theft systems. Prerequisite: AUTO 115. 4 Credits.

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83523 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYT112 RAPALO 3 Nov 10 Dec
83522 2002 MW 06:45PM to 09:45PM CHEY CYT112 STAFF 25 Aug 14 Dec

 

AUTO 136 - Engine Repair

Students will learn to identify engine components and their operation, accurately use precision measuring tools, perform disassembly/assembly and maintenance procedures of engines, cooling systems and lubrication systems. Diagnosis of engine condition, leaks, and abnormal noises are emphasized. Prerequisite: AUTO 105. 5 Credits.

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83525 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 01:00PM CHEY CYT110 STIVERS 29 Sep 30 Oct
83524 2002 TTh 06:00PM to 10:00PM CHEY CYT110 STAFF 25 Aug 14 Dec

 

AUTO 145 - Automotive Brakes

Facilitate the theory, diagnosis, and service of drum, disc, and anti-lock braking systems, brake component machining, hydraulic component reconditioning, friction and hardware replacement. Prerequisite: AUTO 115. 4 Credits.

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83527 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYN140C STIVERS 3 Nov 10 Dec
83526 2002 TTh 06:00PM to 09:30PM CHEY CYN140C STAFF 25 Aug 14 Dec

 

AUTO 155 - Steering and Suspension

Diagnose and service of steering and suspension components, tire service, balancing, and advanced alignment procedures. Identify components and perform service procedures for electronic steering systems. Prerequisite: AUTO 105. 4 Credits.

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83529 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYB1301 WOLF 25 Aug 26 Sep
83528 2002 MW 06:00PM to 09:30PM CHEY CYB1301 STAFF 25 Aug 14 Dec

 

AUTO 165 - Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning

Service, operation, diagnosis and repair of automotive heating and air conditioning system components, including automatic temperature control systems. All refrigerant types are covered. Emphasis is placed on service and troubleshooting. Prerequisite: AUTO 115. 4 Credits.

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83531 2001 MW 06:00PM to 09:30PM CHEY CYN140C STAFF 25 Aug 14 Dec
*83530 2002 MWTThF 01:00PM to 05:00PM CHEY CYN140C TEMPLIN 25 Aug 29 Sep

*ASEP Program students.

 

AUTO 185 - Introduction to Alternative Fueled Vehicles

This course will familiarize the student with the alternative fuels movement and he laws, regulations and programs affecting alternative fuels. The design and operation of alternative gaseous, liquid, bio-fuels, hybrid, electric vehicles and emerging technologies will be covered. Prerequisite: AUTO 117 or instructor approval. 3 Credits.

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83538 2001 MWTTh 06:00PM to 09:30PM CHEY CYT104 WOLF 2 Sep 16 Oct

 

AUTO 205 - Manual Drivetrain and Axles

Operation, diagnosis, maintenance, repair of manual transmissions, clutch assemblies, differentials, drivelines, axles, and manual transaxles. Prerequisite: AUTO 105. 4 Credits.

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83532 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYN143 STAFF 29 Sep 30 Oct
83539 2002 MW 06:00PM to 09:30PM CHEY CYN143 STAFF 25 Aug 14 Dec
*90030 2003 MWTThF 01:00PM to 05:00PM CHEY CYN143 TEMPLIN 3 Nov 10 Dec

*ASEP Program students.

 

AUTO 216 - Automatic Transmissions

Operation, diagnosis, maintenance, and repair of automatic transmissions including rear wheel drive, front wheel drive, and electronically controlled transmissions and transaxles. Prerequisite: AUTO 117. 5 Credits.

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83533 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 01:00PM CHEY CYN143 STAFF 25 Aug 26 Sep

 

AUTO 225 - Engine Performance I/Fuel & Ignition

Theory, function, service and diagnostics of engine related subsystems including ignition, fuel, starting, and charging systems. Emphasis is placed on diagnosis and operation of electronic engine control management systems. Prerequisites: AUTO 117 and 136. 4 Credits.

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83534 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYN137 VIOLA 25 Aug 26 Sep
89965 2002 MW 06:00PM to 09:30PM CHEY CYN137 WOLF 25 Aug 14 Dec

 

AUTO 227 - Engine Performance II/Emission Control

Study of automotive emission control systems including an overview of State of Nevada license requirements. Utilization of current gas analyzers, diagnosis of emission test failures. Prerequisite: AUTO 225. 4 Credits.

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83535 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYN137 VIOLA 29 Sep 30 Oct

 

AUTO 235 - Engine Performance III/Diagnostics

Study of advanced level diagnostic test procedures and the equipment used to analyze OBD-II emission and drivability concerns. Use of Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, current ramping, scan tool analysis and 4 and 5 gas analyzers is mastered. Prerequisite: AUTO 227. 4 Credits.

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83536 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYN137 VIOLA 3 Nov 10 Dec

 

AUTO 240 - Nevada 1g Emission Inspection Preparation

This course meets the initial State of Nevada training re­quirements for those individuals wishing to become a Nevada 1G emission inspector. 2 Credits.

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83542 2001 F 06:00PM to 10:00PM CHEY CYB1304 STIVERS 5 Sep 12 Sep
S 08:00AM to 05:00PM 6 Sep 13 Sep
83543 2002 F 06:00PM to 10:00PM CHEY CYB1304 STIVERS 10 Oct 17 Oct
S 08:00AM to 05:00PM 11 Oct 18 Oct

 

AUTO 245 - Power Train Removal and Replacement

Students will complete removal and installation of major automotive components including the engine assembly, transmission/transaxle assembly, differential and transfer case. Prerequisite: AUTO 136. 4 Credits.

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83540 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 12:00PM CHEY CYN143 STAFF 3 Nov 10 Dec
83550 2002 MWTThF 01:00PM to 05:00PM CHEY CYN137 STAFF 3 Nov 10 Dec

 

AUTO 285 - Hybrid Vehicle Service Techniques

This course will cover safety procedures, design, operation, diagnosis and repair of all classification of hybrid electric vehicles. Each student must possess legal Class "O" HV gloves and liners to attend this class. Prerequisite: AUTO 185. 4 Credits.

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83541 2001 MWTTh 06:00PM to 09:30PM CHEY CYT104 WOLF 20 Oct 10 Dec

 

AUTO 291 - Work Experience I

Cooperative education courses, designed to provide the student with on-the-job supervised and educationally directed work experience. Each course except AUTO 294 will have a prerequisite of successful completion of the preceding Work Experience course. One credit may be earned for each 5 hours worked per week during the semester up to a maximum of 4 credits per semester, not to exceed 16 credits total. Prerequisite: Instructor approval. 4 Credits.

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83537 8001 TBA STAFF 29 Sep 30 Oct

 


Diesel Equipment Technology

Automotive Collision Repair | Automotive Technology | Diesel Technology
On-line Registration

DT 115 - Diesel/Heavy Equipment Electrical Systems

This course introduces electrical systems on modern trucks and construction equipment. Theory of electricity and electronics, types of electrical circuits, wiring, components and use of test equipment are covered as well as diagnostics of batteries, starting and charging systems. Prerequisite: DT 104. 4 Credits.

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83566 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 01:00PM CHEY CYT112 VENTURA 6 Oct 30 Oct

 

DT 117 - Advanced Diesel/Heavy Equipment Electronics

Advanced troubleshooting of AC and DC, electronic circuits, on board computers, electronically controlled components including convenience accessories and hydraulic controls. This course prepares the student for the ASE T6 certification exam. Prerequisite: DT 115 or instructor approval. 4 Credits.

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83565 2001 MWTThF 08:00AM to 01:00PM CHEY CYT114 VENTURA 10 Nov 10 Dec

 

DT 136 - Diesel Engine Repair I

Students develop basic knowledge of design, construction and operating principles of diesel engines. This course emphasizes service, maintenance, diagnosis and repair of internal engine components including lubrication and cooling systems. Prerequisite: DT 104. 4 Credits.

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83562 2001 MWTThF 04:00PM to 06:30PM CHEY CYT116 VANMETER 25 Aug 17 Oct

 

DT 138 - Diesel Engine Repair II

Students study components, maintenance, diagnostics and repair of modern diesel engines with a specific focus on intake, fuel delivery, and exhaust systems. This course prepares the student for the ASE T2 certification exam. Prerequisite: DT 136 or instructor approval. 4 Credits.

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83563 2001 MWTThF 04:00PM to 06:30PM CHEY CYT116 VANMETER 20 Oct 14 Dec

 

DT 145 - Diesel Brake Systems

This course provides students with knowledge of medium and heavy duty hydraulic and airbrake systems including study in components, maintenance, diagnostics, and repair. This course prepares the student for the ASE T4 certification exam. Prerequisite: DT 115. 4 Credits.

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83570 2001 MWTThF 01:00PM to 05:00PM CHEY CYT114 ANDERSON 25 Aug 26 Sep

 

DT 155 - Steering, Suspension and Hydraulic Directional Controls

Prepares the student with the knowledge and skills needed to adjust, diagnose, service and repair mechanical and hydraulic directional control, as well as suspension systems found on trucks and construction equipment. This course prepares the student for the ASE T5 certification exam. Prerequisite: DT 104. 4 Credits.

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83571 2001 MWTThF 01:00PM to 05:00PM CHEY CYT114 ANDERSON 29 Sep 30 Oct

 

DT 165 - Diesel/Heavy Equipment Heating,Air Conditioning

This course covers theory, diagnostics, maintenance and service of air conditioning equipment found on truck cabs and off-road equipment. Emphasis is placed on diagnosis of various refrigerant systems while demonstrating knowledge and practice of EPA compliance requirements. Prerequisite: DT 115. 4 Credits.

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89962 2001 MWTThF 01:00PM to 05:00PM CHEY CYT112 ANDERSON 3 Nov 10 Dec

 

DT 198 - Special Topics

Hydraulics for Heavy Equipment. 4 Credits.

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83567 2001 MW 06:40PM to 09:40PM CHEY CYT116 VANMETER 25 Aug 14 Dec

 

DT 295 - Internship Co-Op I

Cooperative education course, designed to provide the student with on-the-job supervised and educationally directed work experience. Each course except DT 295 will have a prerequisite of successful completion of the preceding Work Experience course. 2 Credits.

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83564 2001 TBA ANDERSON 25 Aug 26 Sep

 

DT 296 - Internship Co-Op II

Cooperative education course, designed to provide the student with on-the-job supervised and educationally directed work experience. Each course except DT 295 will have a prerequisite of successful completion of the preceding Work Experience course. 2 Credits.

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83568 2001 TBA ANDERSON 29 Sep 30 Oct

 

DT 297 - Internship Co-Op III

Cooperative education course, designed to provide the student with on-the-job supervised and educationally directed work experience. Each course except DT 295 will have a prerequisite of successful completion of the preceding Work Experience course. 2 Credits.

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83569 2001 TBA ANDERSON 3 Nov 10 Dec

 

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(Posted 10 June 2014)
This schedule of classes is accurate at the time of posting, but is subject to change without notice.
Check On-line Registration for current listing of classes.


Transportation Graduates*
Class of 2014 — Congratulations!

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE

  • Automotive Technology
    • Matthew Antoku
    • Dawit Assefa
    • Alexander Asuncion
    • Joseph Scott Crisafulli
    • Juan Galvan
    • Todd Mills Gardner
    • Bradley Grieswell
    • Paul Green
    • Juan Hernandez-Ramos
    • Matthew Leger
    • Jeremy Marler
    • Ariel Montiel Martinez
    • Charlton Narayan
    • Jose Luis Narvaez Jr.
    • Moises Nunez
    • Dawn Marie Papaeliou
    • Michael S. Partipilo
    • Edwin A. Rivas
    • Diego Alberto Rubio
    • David Schultz
    • Victoriano Vazquez
  • Diesel Heavy Equipment Master Technician
    • Andre Batiste
    • Leonardo De Jesus Carrasco
    • Juan Galvan
    • Jessie L. Ybanez

CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT

  • Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair
    • Juan Galvan
    • Juan Hernandez-Ramos
    • James Holmes Jr.
    • Jose Antonio Larios
    • Nelson E. Lopez
    • Christopher Morley
    • Dawn Marie Papaeliou
    • Michael S. Partipilo
    • Stacy Shipman
  • Automotive Technology - Diagnostic Specialist
    • Juan Galvan
    • Juan Hernandez-Ramos
    • James Holmes Jr
    • Oscar Jacobs
    • Jose Antonio Larios
    • Nelson E. Lopez
    • Michael S. Partipilo
    • Dawn Marie Papaeliou
    • Stacy Shipman
  • Automotive Technology - Heavy-Line Specialist
    • Juan Galvan
    • Juan Hernandez-Ramos
    • James Holmes Jr.
    • Oscar Jacobs
    • Nelson E. Lopez
    • Dawn Marie Papaeliou
    • Michael S. Partipilo
    • Victoriano Vazquez
  • Collision Repair
    • Jenna Lee Hicks
    • Josue Flores
    • Oscar Jacobs
  • Diesel Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technician
    • Alexandra Becerra
    • Leonardo De Jesus Carrasco
    • Juan Galvan
    • Christopher Morley

*Listed in the program of 42nd Commencement Ceremony, 19 May 2014.

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