Associate in Applied Science
In this program you will learn about the exciting technology-filled world of data acquisition processes used in automotive testing. You will learn the skills to fabricate and instrument-testing systems used for transportation development. You will utilize Washtenaw Community College's updated facilities to learn about technology rich topics such as chassis dynamometer testing and carbon fiber part construction. The skills you will acquire from this program will launch your career in one of our region's many research and development facilities.
This is a high demand, high skill and high wage program as defined by the Michigan Community College Network.
Career Outlook in Michigan
2019-2020 Academic Requirements
In this program, students will be introduced to the test and data acquisition processes used in automotive testing. Students will learn to assemble and disassemble components for automotive testing. Diagnosis, maintenance and proper operation of complex data acquisition equipment are essential. Students will learn to monitor and calibrate testing instruments. Job possibilities include working in a crash lab or other testing facility.
|ASV 256||Electrical and Electronic Systems||4|
|Elective(s)||Arts and Humanities||3|
|CST 185||Local and Mobile Networking Essentials||4|
|Restricted Electives select a minimum of 4 credits: ABR 111, ABR 114, ASV 174, ASV 251, ASV 257, ASV 269, ASV 279, MEC 101, MST 110, MTT 102, WAF 105, WAF 125||4|
|ABR 201||Lightweighting Composite Repair||4|
|ASV 270||Automotive Test and Development||4|
|Elective(s)||Social and Behavioral Science||3|
|Restricted Electives to reach minimum 60 credits: ABR 111, ABR 114, ASV 174, ASV 251, ASV 257, ASV 269, ASV 279, MEC 101, MST 110, MTT 102, WAF 105, WAF 125||6|
- Total Credits Required
*Students may elect to take optional courses in Semester 5 to meet MTA. Please refer to the WCC MTA Transfer Agreement web page for more information: www.wccnet.edu/learn/transfer-wcc-credits/mta.php