AUTB 166 Structural Analysis & Damage Repair

Utilizing CSI vehicles, components and service information, students participate in interactive classroom and lab exercises on the repair of a moderate to heavily damaged vehicle using specialized frame and unibody measuring, anchoring, and pulling equipment. The student will use special welding techniques and corrosion preventive materials as required to restore the vehicle as closely as possible to pre-collision condition. The student will use the most up-to-date equipment and materials available. Students will; diagnose and repair of suspension and steering systems, air conditioning systems, cooling systems, fuel and emissions systems, brake systems, air conditioning systems, cooling systems, fuel and emissions systems, and repair of brake systems.

Credits

6.00 Credits

AUTB 166Structural Analysis & Damage Repair

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I. General Information

Department

II. Course Specification

Credit Hours Narrative

6.00 Credits

III. Catalog Course Description

Utilizing CSI vehicles, components and service information, students participate in interactive classroom and lab exercises on the repair of a moderate to heavily damaged vehicle using specialized frame and unibody measuring, anchoring, and pulling equipment. The student will use special welding techniques and corrosion preventive materials as required to restore the vehicle as closely as possible to pre-collision condition. The student will use the most up-to-date equipment and materials available. Students will; diagnose and repair of suspension and steering systems, air conditioning systems, cooling systems, fuel and emissions systems, brake systems, air conditioning systems, cooling systems, fuel and emissions systems, and repair of brake systems.

IV. Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, a student will be able to:

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

VI. Delivery Methodologies