91B Wheel Vehicle Mechanic

EICC Diesel Technology Program Contact: Ken Hunter
Course Requirements MOS Related Credit Level 30 ASE Exam Accepted(# of test questions) CLEP DANTES
AUT: 115   Automotive Shop Safety (1) 1 Credit      
AUT: 164   Automotive Engine Repair (4)   T1 – Gasoline Engines (50)    
AUT: 606   Basic Automotive Electricity/Electronics (3) 3 Credits T6 – Electrical/ Electronic Systems (50)    
AUT: 614  Automotive Electrical I  (3)   T6 – Electrical/ Electronic Systems (50)    
BCA: 188   Computer Fundamentals for Tech  OR BUS: 102   Introduction to Business  (3)       x(BUS:102)
COM: 102  Communication Skills  OR ENG: 105   Composition I  (3)     x (ENG:105)  
DSL:  505   Heavy Duty Drive Train I  (3)   T3 – Drive Train (40)    
DSL: 151   Truck Electrical Systems (2)   T6 – Electrical/ Electronic Systems (50)    
DSL: 201   Basic Gas Engine Performance (2)        
DSL: 340   Diesel Engine Repair (5)   T2 – Diesel Engines (55)    
DSL: 435   Diesel Fuel Systems I  (3) 3 Credits      
DSL: 437   Diesel Fuel Systems II (4)        
DSL: 507   Heavy Duty Drive Train II  (3)   T3 – Drive Train (40)    
DSL: 519   Automatic Drive Train (4)        
DSL: 603   Hydraulics  (2)        
DSL: 625   Heavy Duty Alignment  (3)   T5 – Suspension & Steering (50)    
DSL: 629   Heavy Duty Brakes and Service  (3) 3 Credits T4 – Brakes (50)    
DSL: 710  Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (4)   T7 – Heating, Vent. & Air Cond. (HVAC) (40)    
DSL: 905   Cooperative Experience (4)        
DSL:815 Preventive Maintenance  (1)   T8 – Preventive Maintenance Inspection (50)    
HUM: 105  Working in America   OR
PSY: 213   Industrial & Organizational Psychology  (3)
       
MAT: 104  Applied Math Topics  OR MAT: 110  Math for Liberal Arts  (3)        
WEL: 331  Welding Fundamentals  (2)        
 
 
Notes:
  1. Academic Residency: Sixteen (16) of your last 32 credits earned prior to graduation must be completed at a college of EICC.
  2. Limitation on credit by examination and prior learning portfolio: No more than 46 credits earned through examination and/or portfolio may be applied to an associate degree and no more than 30 of these credits may be earned through CLEP examination.
  3. ASE examinations only accepted if the student meets requirements (including minimum test score of 70%) and work experience.