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Rogue Community College - RCC Automotive Specialist
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2013-2014 Automotive Specialist Certificate of Completion graduation guide.
This program requires 55-68 credits.
(Last updated: 7/24/2013
Starting Considerations
Click on a course to view course descriptions and prerequisites.

Additional classes may be required before entering some courses. Entrance is based on placement test scores.

For more information,
contact the
Automotive Technology Department

Prereqs

MTH60
Fundamentals of Algebra I
--OR--
MTH63
Applied Technical Math
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

RD30
College Reading
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

WR115
Introduction to Expository Writing
--OR--
designated placement test score
(3 credits)

General Education Requirements

Approved 3-4 credit computer science class, CS120 Concepts in Computing I
--OR--
above
--OR--
documented computer
proficiency 1
(0-4 credits)

MTH65
Fundamentals of Algebra II
--OR--
higher level math
(4 credits)

PSY101
Psychology of Human Relations
--OR--
BT101
Human Relations in Organizations
(3 credits)

WR121
English
Composition I

(4 credits)

HE112
Emergency First Aid
--OR--
HE261
CPR
--OR--
HE252
First Aid/CPR

(1-3 credits)

Technical Requirements
First Term

AM122
Gasoline Engines Rebuild
(7 credits)

AM120 2
Automotive Maintenance and Trades Practices
(6 credits)

Second Term

AM111 2
Electricity for Automotive Technicians
(7 credits)

AM131
Engine Dynamics and Diagnosis
(7 credits)

Third Term

AM141
Manual Transmissions
and Axles

(6 credits)

AM151
Automotive Brake Systems
(6 credits)

Fourth Term

AM190
Automotive Repair Lab I
(4 credits)

Approved Program Electives

(0-7 credits)

Approved Program Electives

0-7 credits required

AM160
Automotive Suspension and Steering Systems
(6 credits)

AM199
Selected Topic Workshop
(1-7 credits)

AM232
Computerized Engine Management Systems
(7 credits)

AM242
Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles
(7 credits)

AM270
Air Conditioning for Automotive Technicians
(5 credits)

AM280
Cooperative Work Experience/ Automotive
(variable)

AM290
Automotive Repair Lab II
(4 credits)


Notes

1 Successful completion of CS101 or CS120, or otherwise meeting the proficiency requirement within the last 10 years, fulfills this requirement.

2 These courses (or equivalent experience) or department head required before advancing to other automotive courses.

Rogue Community College - RCC Automotive Technology
This POST was designed based on
RCC's 2013-2014 Automotive Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree graduation guide.
This program requires 105-108 credits.
(Last updated:7/27//2013)
Starting Considerations
Click on a course to view course descriptions and prerequisites.

Additional classes may be required before entering some courses. Entrance is based on placement test scores.

For more information,
contact the
Automotive Technology Department

Prereqs

MTH60
Fundamentals of Algebra I
--OR--
MTH63
Applied Technical Math

--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

RD30
College Reading
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

WR115
Introduction to Expository Writing
--OR--
designated placement test score
(3 credits)

General Edcuation Requirements

BT101
Human Relations in Organizations
--OR--
PSY101
Psychology of Human Relations
(3 credits)

CS120 1
Concepts in Computing I
--OR--
higher level course
--OR--
documented computer proficiency
--AND--
GS104
Physical Science w/Lab
--OR--
approved science elective
--OR--
PH201
General Physics I w/Lab and Recitation
(4-5 credits)

LIB127
Introduction to Library Research Methods
(1 credit)

MTH65
Fundamentals of Algebra II
--OR--
higher level math
(4 credits)

HE112
Emergency First Aid
--OR--
HE261
CPR

(1 credit)

WR121
English
Composition I

(4 credits)

SP100
Basic Communication
--OR--
SP111
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
--OR--
SP218
Interpersonal Communication
--OR--
WR122
English
Composition II

(3-4 credits)

First Year Technical Requirements
First Term

AM122
Gasoline Engines Rebuild
(7 credits)

AM120 2
Automotive Maintenance and Trades Practices
(6 credits)

Second Term

AM111
Electricity for Automotive Technicians
(7 credits)

AM131
Engine Dynamics and Diagnosis

(7 credits)

Third Term

AM141
Manual Transmissions
and Axles

(6 credits)

AM151
Automotive Brake Systems
(6 credits)

Fourth Term

AM190 3
Automotive Repair Lab I
(4 credits)

AM270
Air Conditioning for Automotive Technicians
(5 credits)

Second Year Technical Requirement


Fifth Term

AM160
Automotive Suspension and Steering Systems
(6 credits)

AM232
Computerized Engine Management Systems
(7 credits)

Sixth Term

AM233
Advanced Automotive Computer Systems
(7 credits)

AM242
Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles
(7 credits)

Seventh Term

AM210
Mechanical Careers Development
--OR--
BA109
Ready, Set, Work: Techniques for Landing a Job
(2-3 credits)

AM252
Advanced Diagnostic Lab
(4 credits)

AM280
Cooperative Work Experience/ Automotive
--OR--
AM290 3
Automotive Repair Lab II
(4 credits)

Approved Program Electives

AM199
Selected Topic Workshop
(1-8 credits)

AM280
Cooperative Work Experience/ Automotive
(1-16 credits)

AM290
Automotive Repair Lab II
>(4 credits)
(if not taken
in seventh term)

GS104
Physical Science w/lab
(4 credits)
(if not taken as a general education requirement)

Notes
1 Successful completion of CS101 or CS120, or otherwise meeting the proficiency requirement within the last 10 years, fulfills this requirement.
2 Courses (or equivalent experience) required before advancing to other automotive courses.
3 Can be taken anytime during the program with permission of advisor.
4 Students must be making progress in completing general education requirements prior to entry into the second year.
Rogue Community College - RCC Welders Helper
This POST was designed based
RCC's 2013-2014
Welding Helper Career Pathways Certificate of Completion graduation guide.
This program requires 25 credits.
(Last updated: 8/17/2013)
Starting Considerations

Click on a course to view course descriptions and prerequisites.

Additional classes may be required before entering some courses. Entrance is based on placement test scores.

Current 
Graduation Guide

For more information
contact the
Industrial Welding Department

Prereqs

MTH20
Pre-algebra
--OR--
designated placement test score
(0-4 credits)

RD30
College Reading
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

WR30
Fundamentals of Composition II
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

Required Courses

MET101
Mechanical Drafting
(3 credits)

MTH63
Applied Technical Math
--OR--
MTH60

Fundamentals of Algebra I
(4 credits)

WLD111
Technology of Welding I
(6 credits)

WLD112
Welding and Fabrication Processes II
(combined with WLD121 content)
(12 credits)

Career Pathways Notes:

Credit from this certificate will transfer to the one-year Certificate of Completion and/or the Associate of Applied Science degree in Industrial Welding Technology.

Rogue Community College - RCC Welding Cert
This POST was designed based
RCC's 2013-2014
Industrial Welding Technology Certificate of Completion graduation guide.
This program requires 43-47credits.
(Last updated: 8/18/2013)
Starting Considerations

Click on a course to view course descriptions and prerequisites.

Additional classes may be required before entering some courses. Entrance is based on placement test scores.

For more information
contact the
Industrial Welding Department

Prereqs

BT113  1
Business English I
--OR--
WR115 1
Introduction to Expository Writing
--OR--
higher level composition
(3-4 credits)

Approved 3-4 credit computer science class, CS120 1,2
Concepts in Computing I
--OR--
above
--OR--
documented computer proficiency
(4 credits)

MTH20
Pre-algebra
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

RD30
College Reading
--OR--
designated placement test score
(0-4 credits)

Required Courses
First Term

HE112
Emergency First Aid
(1 credit)

MET101
Mechanical Drafting
(3 credits)

MTH63
Applied Technical Math
--OR--
MTH60

Fundamentals of Algebra I
--OR--
higher level
(4 credits)

WLD111
Technology of Industrial Welding I
(6 credits)

Approved program elective
(0-4 credits)

See choices below

Second Term

BT101
Human Relations in Organizations
--OR--
PSY101
Psychology of Human Relations
(3 credits)

WLD104
Blueprint Reading
(2 credits)

WLD112
 Welding and Fabrication Processes I
(12 credits)

Third Term

WLD113
Welding and Fabrication Processes II
(12 credits)

Approved Program Electives

0-4 credits required.

ART291/292/293
Welded Steel Sculpture I/II/II
(3 credits each)

BA109
Ready, Set, Work: Techniques for Landing a Job
(2 credits)

CT97
Construction Industry Orientation
(3 credits each)

EET101
Introduction to Electronics
(4 credits)

GS104
Physical Science w/lab
(4 credits)

LAT122
Small Engine Repair
(3 credits)

MET121
Computer Aided Drafting I: Mechanical (SolidWorks)
(3 credits)

MET122
Computer Aided Drafting II: Mechanical (SolidWorks)
(3 credits)

MET123
Computer Aided Drafting III: Mechanical (SolidWorks)
(3 credits)

MET160
Materials and Metallurgy
(3 credits)

MFG121
Manufacturing Processes I
(4 credits)

MFG122
Manufacturing Processes II
(4 credits)

MFG123
Manufacturing Processes III
(4 credits)

WLD160
American Welding Society (AWS) Certification Seminar: Plate
(1 credit)

WLD250
Selected Topics in Welding
(variable credits)

WLD260
American Welding Society (AWS) Certification Seminar: Pipe
(1 credit)

Notes

1 Required for graduation. Students who have successfully completed the 3-credit version of BT113 will have met the writing prerequisite.

2 Successful completion of CS101 or CS120, or otherwise meeting the proficiency requirement within
the last 10 years, fulfills this requirement.

Career Pathways Notes:

Credit from this certificate will transfer to the Associate of Applied Science degree in Industrial Welding Technology.


Rogue Community College - RCC Welding Technology
This POST was designed based
RCC's 2013-2014
Industrial Welding Technology Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree graduation guide.
This program requires 94-96 credits.
(Last updated: 8/18/2013)
Starting Considerations

Click on a course to view course descriptions and prerequisites.

Additional classes may be required before entering some course. Entrance is based on placement test scores.

For more information
contact the
Industrial Welding Department

Prereqs

BT113  1
Business
English I

--OR--
WR115 1 
Introduction
to Expository
Writing

--OR--
higher level composition
(3-4 credits)

Approved 3-4 credit computer science class, CS120 1,2
Concepts in Computing I
--OR--
above
--OR--
documented computer proficiency
(0-4 credits)

RD30
College Reading
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

MTH20
Pre-algebra
--OR--
designated placement test score
(4 credits)

First Year Required Courses
First Term

HE112
Emergency
First Aid

(1 credit)

MET101
Mechanical Drafting
(3 credits)

MTH63
Applied Technical Math
--OR--
MTH60

Fundamentals of Algebra I
--OR--
higher level math
(4 credits)

WLD111
Technology of Industrial
Welding I

(6 credits)

Second Term

LIB127
Introduction
to Library
Research
Methods

(1 credit)

WLD104
Blueprint Reading
(2 credits)

WLD112
Welding and Fabrication Processes I
(12 credits)

Third Term

BT114 3
Business
English II

--OR--
WR121 3
English
Composition I

--OR--
higher level
composition
(4 credits)

PSY101
Psychology of Human Relations
--OR--
BT101

Human Relations in Organizations
(3 credits)

WLD113
Welding and Fabrication Processes II
(12 credits)

Second Year Required Courses
Fourth Term

GS104
Physical Science
w/lab

--OR--
approved
program
elective
(4 credits)

MFG121
Manufacturing Processes I
(4 credits)

WLD211
Welding and Machine Maintenance and Repair

(10 credits)

Fifth Term

HUM101
Introduction
to
Humanities

--OR--
ART291

Welded
Steel
Sculpture I

--OR--
approved
humanities
elective

(see college catalog)
(3-4 credits)

WLD212
Advanced Welding Procedures and Practicum
(10 credits)

WLD225
Industrial Metallurgy
--OR--
MET160

Materials and Metallurgy
(3 credits)

Sixth Term

WLD213
Technology
of Industrial
Welding II

(6 credits)

WLD280
Cooperative Work Experience/ Welding
(3 credits)

Approved program elective
(3-4 credits)

See choices below

Approved Program Electives

6-8 credits
required

ART291/292/293
Welded Steel Sculpture I/II/III
(Art 291 allowed if not taken in fifth term)
(3 credits each)

CT97
Construction Industry Orientation
(3 credits)

DS260
Hydraulic
Systems
for Heavy
Equipment w/lab

(4 credits)

EET101
Introduction to Electronics
(4 credits)

LAT122
Small Engine
Repair

(3 credits)

MET121
Computer Aided Drafting I: Mechanical (SolidWorks)
(3 credits)

MET122
Computer Aided Drafting II: Mechanical (SolidWorks)
(3 credits)

MET123
Computer Aided Drafting III: Mechanical (SolidWorks)
(3 credits)

MFG122
Manufacturing Processes II
(4 credits)

MFG123
Manufacturing
Processes III

(4 credits)

WLD160
American Welding Society (AWS) Certification Seminar: Plate
(1 credit)

WLD250
Selected Topics in Welding
(variable credits)

WLD260
American Welding Society (AWS) Certification Seminar: Pipe
(1 credit)

Any
college-level course (numbered 100 or above)
(variable credits)

Notes

1 Required for graduation.

2 Successful completion of CS101 or CS120, or otherwise meeting the proficiency requirement within the last 10 years, fulfills this requirement.

3 Students must complete either BT113 and BT114 or WR115 and WR121 (or higher level composition
classes). Three credits of speech may be substituted for 3 credits of writing.

Career Pathways Notes:

Credit from this
associates degree
will transfer to
Southern Oregon
University’s
Bachelor of Applied
Science degree
program. Transfer
courses should be
chosen from the
list of electives
where possible.
See an advisor
for more
information or
visit www.sou.edu/
degreecompletion
.