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Auto Service Management

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A major of 24 units is required for the associate in science degree. Required core courses (24 units):
AT 133 Automotive Engine Rebuilding 5 units
AT 303 Automotive Electricity 4 units
AT 314 Suspension and Alignment 4 units
AT 323 Power Trains 5 units
BUS 104 Business Organization & Management 3 units
BUS 107 Human Relations in Business 3 units

Auto Tune-Up and Diagnostic Procedures

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A major of 23 units is required for the associate in science degree. Required core courses (23 units):
AT 133 Automotive Engine Rebuilding 5 units
AT 303 Automotive Electricity 4 units
AT 341 Automotive Carburetion/Injection 5 units
AT 343 Automotive Tune-Up & Engine Analysis 5 units
AT 344 Automotive Emission Control 4 units

Auto Engine Rebuilding

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A major of 19 units is required for the associate in science degree. Required core courses (19 units):
AT 133 Automotive Engine Rebuilding 5 units
AT 334 Automotive Machining 4 units
AT 341 Automotive Carburetion/Injection 5 units
AT 389 Independent Projects in Automotive Technology 1-3 units
MT 109 Survey of Machining 4 units

Automotive Chassis

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A major of 27 units is required for the associate in science degree. Required core courses (27 units):
AT 133 Automotive Engine Rebuilding 5 units
AT 303 Automotive Electricity 4 units
AT 313 Automotive Brakes 4 units
AT 314 Suspension and Alignment 4 units
AT 323 Power Trains 5 units
AT 324 Automatic Transmissions 5 units

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Suzy Schneidewind
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"I came to Allan Hancock College as an 'older' student. I was pleased to find out they offered the medical assisting program that I had been looking for. The campus has a relaxed, student-friendly atmosphere, and the teachers are well-educated and knowledgeable. I plan on becoming a certified medical assistant and hope to find a job in either an ob/gyn or Oncology office."
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