GM ASEP - Plan of Study

Departmental Requirements: 62 credit hours
General Motors (62 credit hours)
AUMG 1062 Career Cornerstone: Introduction to GM Automotive Service
The foundation for students to build upon during their time at OSU Institute of Technology, an introduction to basic dealership operations, service literature/information, parts supply procedures, shop safety, hand and power tool usage, automotive measuring devices and systems including precision instruments, metric and decimal systems and program orientation. Additionally, in order to support successful departmental learning activities, students must document, defend, and demonstrate the ability to perform tasks required to meet the objectives of units including email proficiency, library research, resource tools, learning styles and study strategies, and time and money management. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 1122 GM Automotive Engines I
The theory, demonstration and application of engine repair procedures according to manufacturer’s specification, which includes disassembly, cleaning, inspection, measurement, service and reassembly and R&R. Emphasis is given to system diagnosis and failure analysis and includes the proper use of hand tools, precision measurement devices and other specialized equipment. Safety is stressed. GM course #16009-19 4.3L Central Port Fuel Injection is included. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 1132 GM Automotive Engines II
The theory, demonstration and application of the principles of engine operation, which includes the identification of engine parts and component functions of the cooling, lubrication, fuel, ignition, emission, mechanical, electrical and electronic systems. Emphasis is given to diagnosis, failure analysis and service according to manufacturer’s specifications. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 1142 GM Automotive Brake Systems I
An introduction into the theory and application of conventional automotive brake systems, as well as an introduction to anti-lock systems. It includes an overview, discussion and hands- on activities with the various components and vehicles that make up the brake systems used in today’s GM automobiles. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 1152 GM Automotive Brake Systems II
The theory and application of the operation and repair of anti-lock brake systems and traction control systems used in GM vehicles, with an emphasis given to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis, failure analysis and proper service procedures. It includes the discussion and operation of specialized shop tools and equipment. Shop safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 1162 GM Specialized Electronics Training I
The theory and application of electrical principles and concepts. Subjects covered include proper use of digital multimeters, OHM’s Law, series circuits, parallel circuits and series parallel circuits. Emphasis is placed on diagnostic procedures through on-bench and practical exercises using automotive application. Theory/ Lab.
AUMG 1172 GM Specialized Electronics Training II
The theory and application of semiconductor devices, batteries, starting systems and service manual usage. Subjects covered include diode, transistors, microprocessor and basic automotive system. Emphasis is placed on diagnostic procedures through on-bench and practical exercises using automotive applications. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 1214 Internship
A cooperative agreement between industry and education, which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in their educational process. All work is performed in accordance with industry standards and guidelines and supervised by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous required core courses.
AUMG 1272 GM Manual Drivetrain I
An introduction to the theory and application of manual transmissions/transaxles, helical gear set operation, planetary gear set operation and power flow. It includes an overview, discussion and hands-on diagnosis and repair of various manual transmissions and transaxles. Theory/ Lab.
AUMG 1292 GM Steering & Suspension I
The theory, demonstration and application of component and system function, operation, adjustment, diagnosis and service, which includes principles of suspension geometry and alignment angles. Emphasis is given to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 1302 GM Automotive Electrical Systems I
The theory and application of batteries, starting and charging systems used on GM vehicles, which includes battery testing service and diagnosis; and starting system testing, diagnosis and service. Emphasis is on system operation, proper test equipment usage and diagnostic and safety procedures. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 1312 GM Manual Drivetrain II
A detailed look and interaction with the manual drivetrain field both in theory and application. The focus is on the diagnosis and repair of final drives, differentials, driveline, 4-wheel drive systems and vibration analysis. Emphasis is given to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis, failure analysis and proper service procedures and includes the discussion and operation of specialized shop tools and equipment. Shop safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 1314 Internship
A cooperative agreement between industry and education, which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in their educational process. All work is performed in accordance with industry standards and guidelines and supervised by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previously required AUMG core courses.
AUMG 1322 GM Steering & Suspension II
The theory, demonstration and application of GM steering and suspension system operation, diagnosis and service, and includes electronic steering and suspension, CV joint wheels, tires and axles related to noise, vibration and harshness. The use of specialized tools and equipment, proper vehicle lifting, and supporting procedures are involved, and the latest product considerations are discussed. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 1342 GM Automotive Electrical Systems II
The theory and application of advanced auto electricity, which covers the theory, testing, diagnosis and repair of body electrical accessories including electrical windows, power seats, windshield wipers, cruise controls, audio systems and computer controlled body electronics. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 2522 GM Automatic Transmissions & Transaxles I
An introduction into the theory and application of automatic transmissions and transaxles, and includes an overview discussion and hands- on activities with the various components that make up the automatic transmission, how they function and the logical process to diagnose a malfunction. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 2532 GM Automotive Heating & Air Conditioning I
The theory, demonstration and application of components and system operation, adjustment, diagnosis and service, which includes common HVAC principles and service. Emphasis is given to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 2544 Internship
A cooperative agreement between industry and education, which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in their educational process. All work is performed in accordance with industry standards and guidelines and supervised by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous required AUMG core courses.
AUMG 2582 GM Automotive Engine Performance
The theory and application on GM electronic engines controls. Subjects include tune up, electronic carburetors, throttle body and multiple injection systems, turbo chargers, electronic and computer controlled ignition systems, charging systems and unlinking systems. Emphasis is on diagnosis, adjustments and repair procedures using electrical meters, scopes and infrared diagnostic equipment. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 2632 GM Automatic Transmissions & Transaxles II
Interactive diagnosis, disassembly, component inspection, failure analysis, reassembly and dynamometer testing of rear wheel drive and front wheel drive transmissions / transaxles is taught. Strong emphasis is placed on the diagnosis of and scan tool operation on computer controlled transmissions and transaxles. The proper use of transmission specialty tools and shop procedures, as well as safety is emphasized. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 2672 GM Automotive Heating & Air Conditioning II
The theory, demonstration and application of GM climate control systems operation, diagnosis and service, also includes automatic temperature controls. Emphasis is given to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis and involves the use of specialized tools and equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 2682 GM Capstone
The theory and application of GM electronic engines controls as they apply to OBD II systems. Advanced theory on GM electronic fuel systems with further diagnosis and testing using the Tech2 scan tool and advanced use of lab scopes and specialized testing equipment are emphasized. Represents a culmination of the program of study and incorporates a review of learning objectives. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 2812 Internship (12 credit hours)
A cooperative agreement between industry and education, which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in their educational process. All work is performed in accordance with industry standards and guidelines, and supervised by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous required AUMG core courses.
General Education Requirements: 24 credit hours
For general education and interdepartmental course descriptions, see the School of Arts and Sciences courses.
Behavioral Sciences (3 credit hours)
PSYC 1113 Introductory Psychology
PSYC 2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
SOC 1113 Introductory Sociology
English (3 credit hours)
ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I
ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
General Business (3 credit hours)
BADM 1113 Introduction to Business
ECON 2103 Micro Economics
ECON 2203 Macro Economics
MGMT 2313 Supervisory Management
GBUS 2243 Small Business Management
History (3 credit hours)
HIST 1483 U. S. History To 1865
HIST 1493 U. S. History Since 1865
Mathematics (3 credit hours)
MATH 1513 College Algebra
MATH 2003 Business Mathematics
Philosophy (3 credit hours)
PHIL 1213 Ethics
Political Science (3 credit hours)
POLS 1113 U. S. Government
Speech or English(3 credit hours)
SPCH 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II
Interdepartmental Requirements: 3 credit hours
General Technologies (3 credit hours)
CS 1013 Computer Literacy & Applications