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Engineering Technology- Automotive Concentration (A.A.S.)

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Automotive Concentration (A.A.S.)

Major:  Engineering Technology
Concentration:  Automotive

Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org

The Automotive Engineering Technology (AET) program serves civilian and military students. The program will prepare graduates not only for work in automotive service, but also in the design and manufacturing of automotive components and systems.

Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes

Program of Study (A.A.S in Automotive Concentration)

Program Enrollment and Degree Completion Data

General Education Core                                  (19-20 credit-hours)

COMM 1010   Funds of Public Speaking                          (3)
ENGL   1010   English Composition I                               (3)
MATH 1530   Elements of Statistics                                 (3)
Humanities     See Bulletin                                               (3)
Social Science  See Bulletin                                              (3)
PHYS   2010   College Physics with lab                            (5)
           OR
PHYS   1010   Understanding Physical world with lab       (4)  

Engineering Technology Core                      (9 credit-hours)
ENGT 1000 Intro to Eng & Eng Technology                      (3)
ENGT 1020 Computer Aided Drafting                              (3)
ENGT 1200 Applied Math for Eng Tech                            (3)
           OR
EET 1120- Advanced Mathematics in Electronics              (3)

Lower Division Major Requirements:        (24 credit-hours)
AET 1010 Intro to Auto. Eng. and Repair Tech. (3)
AET 1310 Automotive Engine                                           (3)
AET 1360 Automotive Power Train Systems                      (3)
AET 1410 Automotive Braking, Chassis,
                 Suspension and Steering Systems                    (3)
AET 1460 Automotive Electrical and HVAC Systems          (3)
AET 2310 Automotive Electronic Systems                         (3)
AET 2550- Computerized and Systems Monitoring           (3)
AET 2630 -Introduction to Hybrid Vehicles or ENGT 3330 (3)

Select either the Automotive Engineering or Automotive Service option
(a) Automotive Engineering Technology Option:             (12 credit-hours)
Select four courses from:
ENGT 1400 Applied Calculus for ENGT                              (3)
          OR
EET     1150 Calculus for Electronics (3)
ENGT 2000 Manufacturing Process                                    (3)
ENGT 2010 DC Circuits and Applications                           (3)
         OR
EET     1030 DC Fund and Circuits                                     (3)
ENGT 2020 Robotics Fundamentals                                   (3)
ENGT 2030 AC Circuits and Applications (3)
OR
EET     1040 AC Fund and Circuits (3)
ENGT 2730 Intro to Solid Modeling (3)

(b) Automotive Service Option                                     (12 credit-hours)
AET 2250 Engine Rebuilding                                              (3)
AET 2570 Advanced Engine Performance, Diagnosis and Service   (3)
AET 2590 Advanced Automotive Transmissions                 (3)
AET 2600 -Production Mechanics                                       (3)

Advisors:

John ByrdJohn Byrd photo
Chairperson - Associate Professor, Engineering Technology
Austin Peay State University
School of Technology & Public Management
P O Box 4536
Clarksville, TN  37044
Office  (931) 221-1474
Fax  (931) 221-1463
Email:
ByrdJL@apsu.edu

Dr. John BlakeJohn Blake photo
Professor, Engineering Technology
Austin Peay State University
School of Technology & Public Management
P O Box 4536
Clarksville, TN  37044
Office  (931) 221-1476
Fax  (931) 221-1463
Email:
BlakeJ@apsu.edu

Dr. Na (Linda) ZhuNa Zhu photo
Associate Professor, Engineering Technology
Austin Peay State University
School of Technology & Public Management
P O Box 4536
Clarksville, TN  37044
Office  (931) 221-1491
Fax  (931) 221-1463
Email: ZhuN@apsu.edu

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After completing a 1 year stage management internship at Lexington Children's Theatre, Paige has moved to New York where she is beginning work as a Stage Manager in the Julliard School Professional Internship Program.

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After completing a 1 year stage management internship at Lexington Children's Theatre, Paige has moved to New York where she is beginning work as a Stage Manager in the Julliard School Professional Internship Program.

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