A student must earn a ‘C’ or better to achieve a passing grade in this course.
Automotive Technology Co-Op is designed to place students into a shop environment after successful completion of all first-year courses. Students will be assigned work tasks to reinforce the skills learned in their courses at NCC. These tasks will range from oil and filter services to four-wheel alignments, steering component replacement, brake services and check engine diagnosis under the supervision of a senior technician. Students will complete a minimum of 20 hours per week or 200-hours total in the Co-op. Students must bring their tool kit to the Co-Op location. Grades will come from a combination of performance evaluations, input from the onsite supervisor, and co-op coordinator. Students will be responsible for completing a journal that will document their hours worked, assigned workload, and overall shop experience. This course will be designated as a Pass/Fail course. Periodic Co-Op visits will be performed by the assigned instructor to monitor student progress.
AUTO121N, AUTO114N, AUTO122N and a CGPA of 2.0