Toyota T-TEN - Plan of Study

Departmental Requirements: 59 credit hours
Automotive Technology (59 credit hours)
TTEN 1631 Brake Fundamentals
Emphasizes theory, demonstration and practical lab work to cover the components and operation of automotive brake systems. Includes principles of hydraulics and friction, and an introduction to anti-lock brake systems and principles, general shop safety and asbestos hazards. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 1641 Suspension Fundamentals
The theory, demonstration and practical lab work used to cover the components and operation of automotive suspension and steering systems is covered. It includes suspension and alignment geometry principles and benefits of proper alignment service. Electrical and electronic suspension and steering systems are introduced. General shop safety is covered. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 1651 Electrical Fundamentals
Emphasizes theory, demonstration and practical lab work of basic automotive electrical systems. It includes circuit types and applications and emphasizes the use of electrical testing and measuring equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/ Lab.
TTEN 1661 Measurement Fundamentals
The principles, identification and use of automotive precision measuring tools and devices using the metric and decimal systems of measure are covered through theory, demonstration and practical laboratory instruction. Shop safety using hand and power tools is stressed. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 1671 Engine Fundamentals
The identification, principles and operation of internal combustion engines are covered through theory, demonstration and practical laboratory. It includes identification and basic operation of related engine systems and introduction to shop safety and hand and power tools usage. Theory/ Lab.
TTEN 1702 Dealer Service Information/Professional Technician Portfolio
Consists of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota Motor Sales USA dealership operations, expectations and procedures with emphasis on dealership service operations, Toyota quality and customer satisfaction. Emphasis is on the career networking focusing on the variety of related career opportunities within the automotive service industry. Included are the materials and activities designed to aid the student in the completion of his/her Professional Technician Portfolio (T-PORT), including exposure to experts in the automotive service industry. It includes technician procedures and responsibilities regarding work ethics, shop and personal safety, tools and equipment, environmental and warranty policies, reference materials, pay system, product identification, employee/ employer and customer relations. The Toyota Certified Technician Program (TCTP) and Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification are introduced and participation is required. Toyota entry requirements must be met. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 1704 Toyota Electrical Systems
Consists of theory, demonstration and application of electrical system operation and service, and includes circuit construction and components. Testing using proper test equipment and techniques for on-car and off-car procedures are taught. Instruction also involves Toyota battery, starting and charging system tests with emphasis given to system diagnosis, failure analysis and service according to Toyota specifications. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 1723 Toyota Minor Service
Consists of theory, demonstration and application of minor Toyota vehicle service emphasizing Toyota quality and customer satisfaction. Includes, but is not limited to: pre- delivery service, Toyota recommended scheduled maintenance, used car inspections, rotate and balance tires, cooling system service, accessory installation and basic electrical system tests. Other skills emphasized include proper decision making techniques and the proper procedures and use of Toyota reference materials, repair orders, flat rate and warranty manuals, tools and equipment, care and handling of vehicles. Tools are required and safety stressed. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 1812 Toyota Body Electrical
Consists of theory, demonstration and application of electrical circuit operation and testing on Toyota simulators and vehicles using meters, wiring diagrams, repair manuals and other printed material, as well as video information. Testing is performed according to Toyota specifications and includes wire repair and component testing with emphasis on systematic testing, failure analysis, diagnosis and service according to Toyota specifications. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 1823 Toyota Brake Systems
Consists of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota brake systems operation, diagnosis, preventive maintenance and service, and includes proper use of specialized tools and equipment for Toyota. Power brakes, load sensing braking systems, as well as antilock brake systems are taught with emphasis given to system diagnosis, failure analysis and Toyota recommended service procedures. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 1824 Internship
A cooperative agreement between industry and education which allows T-TEN students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in their educational process. All work is performed to industry standards and guidelines, and supervised by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing, completed previous core courses and must have a valid driver’s license.
TTEN 1913 Toyota Engine Repair
Consists of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota engine repair and service procedures. Subjects included are identification, diagnosis, inspection, disassembly, measurement and assembly with emphasis given to the use of Toyota repair manuals, special tools, precision measurement device, troubleshooting techniques and shop safety. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 1923 Toyota Climate Control System
Consists of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota vehicle heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, and includes basic heating, refrigeration and air conditioning, component identification and function, air flow systems, electrical circuits related to HVAC systems, special tools and equipment usage, as well as system service, repair and adjustments, recovery, recycling and charging and performance testing. Emphasis is also placed on diagnosis and safety. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 1943 Internship
A cooperative agreement between industry and education which allows T-TEN students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in their educational process. All work is performed to industry standards and guidelines, and supervised by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing, completed previous required T-TEN core courses and must have a valid driver’s license.
TTEN 2114 Toyota EFI and Computer Control Systems
Consists of theory, demonstration and application of the component functions of Toyota ignition, electronic fuel injection and emission control systems. It includes the use of Toyota special tools, simulators and vehicles with emphasis on system diagnosis, failure analysis and service according to Toyota specifications. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 2133 Toyota Engine Control Diagnosis
Consists of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota engine control components including the ignition system, fuel injection system and emission control system using the Toyota diagnostic tool and other specialized equipment available to the Toyota technician. Emphasis is on maintaining, servicing and diagnosis using Toyota specifications. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 2134 Internship
A cooperative agreement between industry and education which allows T-TEN students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in their educational process. All work is performed to industry standards and guidelines, and supervised by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing, completed previous required T-TEN core courses and must have a valid driver’s license.
TTEN 2233 Toyota Manual Drivetrains
Consists of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota manual transmissions and transaxles and other related drivetrain components. Component/system operation, service, adjustments and overhaul are covered. Emphasis is given to system maintenance, diagnosis and failure analysis and involves the use of specialized tools and equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 2234 Toyota Automatic Transmissions
Consists of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota automatic transmissions/ transaxles and related drivetrain components and includes component and system operation, testing, minor service, as well as transmission disassembly/assembly. Electronic control operation and diagnosis are emphasized, and involves the use of specialized tools and equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 2253 Internship
A cooperative agreement between industry and education which allows T-TEN students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in their educational process. All work is performed to industry standards and guidelines, and supervised by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing, completed previous required T-TEN core courses and must have a valid driver’s license.
TTEN 2343 Toyota Suspensions/NVH
Consists of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota steering and suspension systems. Operation, diagnosis, adjustments and servicing are emphasized using proper procedures, special equipment and tools. A holistic approach to Toyota vehicle suspension systems including noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) analysis using Toyota diagnostic tools is taught and safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 2353 Toyota Capstone
Toyotas, as well as the proper use of special tools and information used to make repairs to industry standards. Includes discussion of student goals and duties specific to the industry and specific competencies demonstrated. Students complete the Career Passport, post tests and exit assessments. Theory/Lab.
General Education Requirements: 18 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 (6 credit hours)
ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I
ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II
ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
SPCH 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
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
Political Science (3 credit hours)
POLS 1113 U. S. Government
Interdepartmental Requirements: 7 credit hours
Business Administration or Philosophy (3 credit hours)
BADM 2063 Business Law I
PHIL 1213 Ethics
Geneal Technologies (3 credit hours)
GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
CS 1013 Computer Literacy and Applications