ABR 116: The Evolution of the Automobile
This introductory course provides students with basic knowledge and skills relating to automotive design, evolution, and repair. The course combines lecture, student-conducted research, and hands-on shop training. Topics include: evolution of auto design, automotive systems, and research techniques. Students participate in lab experiences to develop skills in parts fabrication.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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