Automotive Technology Student Learning Outcomes


Download Automotive Technology Student Learning Outcomes


Preview text

Automotive Technology Student Learning Outcomes
February, 2017

r

)

FDTC Curriculum Map

Program: Automtotive Technology Degree

Course#

Course Title -

ECO 201 ENG160 HSS 205 MAT 170 PSY 103
AUT 102 AUT 103 AUT 112 AUT 116 AUT 122 AUT 131 AUT 141 AUT 145 AUT 149 AUT 152 AUT 231 AUT 232 AUT 247 AUT 252 AUT 262 AUT 268 CPT 170 OR EGR 120 WLD 145

Economic Conceots Technical Communications Technology and Society Algerbra, Geometry, and Trigonometry Human Relations

Engine Repair

-

Engine Reconditioning

Braking Systems

Manual Transmission and Axle

Suspension and Alignment

Electrical Systems

Introduction to Heating & Air Conditioning

Engine Performance

Ignition and Fuel Sytems

--

Automatic Transmission

Automotive Electronics

Automotive Accessories

Electronic Fuel Systems

Advanced Automatic Transmission

Advanced Auto Diagnosis and Repair

Special Topics In Automotive

Microcomputer Applications --

Engineering Computer Applications Field Welding (AUT Students)

Total Hours

Credits
3 3 3 3 3

Hours Lecture
3 3 3 3 3

4

2

4

2

4

2

4

2

4

2

3

2

4

2

3

2

4

2

4

2

4

2

2

1

4

2

4

2

4

2

3

2

3

3

3

3

2

1

79

Lab 0 0 0 0 0

Program Outcomes

General Education Outcomes
4 2,3
5 1,7
6

6

2

6

2

6

1, 3

6

6

6

5

3

4

6

7

3

2,4

6

2,4

6

1,6

6

2

3

2

6

2

6

6

6

2,4

3

7

0

5, 7

0

6

3 1,5

Program Outcomes
1. Demonstrate the Safety and Environmental Requirements in the Transportation Repair Industry 2. Differentiate Automotive Engine Svstems' Comoonents

(

)

3. Demonstrate Servicing Automotive Brake Systems. 4. Demonstrate Electrical/Electronic Fundamentals 5. Demonstrate Steering, Suspension and Wheel Alignment Fundamentals 6. Demonstrate Transmissions and Drivetrain Fundamentals 7. Identify and repair Automotive related systems

General Education Outcomes 1. Quantitative Literacy 2. Oral Communication 3. Written Communication 4. Reading Comprehension 5. Information Literacy 6. Critical Thinking 7. Applied Technology

(

)

I
Automtotive Technology Degree

Course Student Learning Outcomes

I AUT 102 Engine Repair I

Discuss the theory of Internal Combustion engines

2

Identify and correct leaks in fuel, oil, coolant, and other liquids

2

Diagnose engine noises and vibrations

2

Evaluate oil measure tests and determine necessary actions

2

Explain and demonstrate the steps required to change oil and filter

2

Diagnose cooling systems and repair as necessary

2

I AUT 103 Engine Reconditioning

Demonstrate disassemble of automotive engine in preparation for reconditioning

2

Demonstrate the sequence of steps in cylinder head reconditioning

2

Explain the sequence of operation in cylinder block reconditioning

2

Explain the sequence of steps in crankshaft reconditioning

2

Demonstrate the operations for valve reconditioning

2

Explain the steps in the engine assemble process

2

I AUT 112 Braking Systems

Identify and interpret brake system concern; determine necessary action.

Diagnose poor stopping, noise, vibration, pulling, grabbing, dragging or pulsation concerns; determine necessary action.

3

Apply the process for reassembling, lubricating, and reinstalling caliper, pads, and related hardware; seat pads, and inspect for leaks.

3

Explain the removal, cleaning, and inspection of brake shoes, springs, pins, clips, levers, adjusters/self-adjusters, other related brake hardw

3

Diagnose electronic brake control systems by retrieving diagnostic trouble codes.

3

Determine safety practices and procedures within the automotive industry

1

I AUT 116 Manual Transmission and Axle

Demonstrate the process of clutch replacement

6

Explain the disassembly of a manual transmission

6

Demonstrate the repair of a CV axle

6

Discuss the steps in a differential repair

6

Demonstrate the maintenance and service of a manual transmision and axle

6

Demonstrate the function and repair of AWD

6

I

I

(

)

AUT 122 Suspension and Alignment

Demonstrate the prealignment inspection of suspension components

5

Explain wheel and tire diagnosis and repair

5

Demonstrate steering system function and repair

5

Diagnose and repair suspension systems

5

Show the operations to accomplish four wheel alignment

5

Demonstrate related suspension and steering service

5

I

AUT 131 Electrical Systems

Identify and interpret electrical/electronic system concern; determine necessary action .

4

Explain electrical integrity of series, parallel and series-parallel circuits using principles of electricity (Ohm's Law).

4

Explain the proper use of a digital multimeter (DMM} during diagnosis of electrical circuit problems.

4

Inspect and test switches, connectors, relays, solenoids, solid state devices, and wires of electrical/electronic circuits.

4

Demonstrate the battery state-of-charge test; confirm proper battery capacity for vehicle application .

4

Demonstrate starter current draw tests; determine necessary action

4

Explain and demonstrate the charging system output test; determine necessary action .

4

I

-

AUT 141 Introduction to Heating and Air Conditioning

Demonstrate refrigeration system component diagnosis and repair

7

Explain heating system diagnosis and repair

7

Discuss ventilation system diagnosis and repair

7

Distinguish malfunctions in vacuum, mechanical and electronic controls

7

Show the steps required in the recovery and recharging of an AC system

7

Explain AC performance testing

7

I

AUT 145 Engine Performance

Demonstrate the cylinder power balance test; determine necessary action .

2

Diagnose engine mechanical, electrical, electronic, fuel, and .ignition concerns; determine necessary action.

2

Demonstrate the procedure to use a 5 gas analyzer; and obtain exhaust readings; interpret readings, and determine necessary action.

2

Retrieve and record diagnostic trouble codes, OBD monitor status, and freeze frame data.

2

Inspect and test computerized engine control system sensors, powertrain/engine control module (PCM/ECM}, actuators, and circuits.

2

Demonstrate the active tests of actuators and sensors using a scan tool; determine necessary action.

2

I

-

AUT 149 Ignition and Fuel Systems

Inspect and test fuel pumps and pump control systems for pressure, regulation and volume; perform necessary action.

2

Inspect and/or replace fuel filters.

2

I I

(
AUT 149 Ignition and Fuel Systems Inspect and test fuel pumps and pump control systems for pressure, regulation and volume; perform necessary action. Inspect and/or replace fuel filters. Demonstrate Inspection and testing of fuel injectors. Diagnose ignition system related problems such as no-starting, hard starting, engine misfire, poor driveability, and power loss. Inspect and test ignition primary and secondary circuit wiring and solid state components; test ignition coil(s) perform necessary action. Inspect, test, and/or replace ignition control module, powertrain/engine control module; reprogram as necessary.
Explain and demonstrate apply and holding device function Explain and demonstrate safety in repair industry Describe air testing clutch packs and servos
AUT 231 Automotive Electronics Illustrate the removal and replacement of terminal ends from connectors Inspect and test sensors, connectors, and wires of electronk (digital) instrument circuits; determine necessary action. Diagnose body electronic system circuits using a scan tool; determine necessary action . Identify module communication (CAN/BUS) errors using a scan tool. Apply software transfers, software updates, or flash reprogramming on electronic modules. Analyze complex circuits and diagrams.
AUT 232 Automotive Accessories Diagnose incorrect operation of motor-driven accessory circuits; determine necessary action. Explain the removal and replacement of door panels, dash-clusters and steering column components Diagnose body electronic system circuits using a scan tool; determine necessary action. Inspect and test gauges and gauge sending units for cause of abnormal gauge readings; determine necessary action. Apply software transfers, software updates, or flash reprogramming on electronic modules. Discuss Disarming and enabling the airbag system for vehicle service.
AUT 247 Electronic Fuel Systems Inspect and test fuel pumps and pump control systems for pressure, regulation and volume; perform necessary action . Inspect and test fuel injectors. Test the operation of turbocharger/supercharger systems; determine necessary action. Inspect and test electrical/electronically-operated components and circuits of air injection systems; perform necessary action. Diagnose emissions and driveability concerns caused by the evaporative emissions control system; determine necessary action. Interpret diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) and scan tool data related to the emissions control systems; determine necessary action.

)
2 2 2 2 2,4 2
6 1 6
4 4 4 4 4 4
7 7 4,7 4,7 4 7
2 2 2 4 2 2

r

)

AUT 252 Advanced Automatic Transmission

Demonstrate the checking of fluid level in automatic transmission with or without a dipstick

6

Demonstrate and show hydraulic pressure tests

6

Demonstrate torque converter tests

6

Apply on-car fluid and filter replacement service

6

Explain electronic automatic transmission diagnosis

6

Discuss transmission fluid loss concerns

6

I

AUT 262 Advanced Auto Diagnosis & Repair

Demonstrate software transfers, software updates, or flash reprogramming on electronic modules.

4

Identify module communication (CAN/BUS} errors using a scan tool.

4

Diagnose supplemental restraint system (SRS} concerns; determine necessary action.

7

Inspect and test sensors, connectors, and wires of electronic (digital} instrument circuits; determine necessary action .

4

Demonstrate understanding of advanced HVAC performance testing and diagnostics.

7

Interpret wiring diagrams during diagnosis of electrical circuit problems.

4

I AUT 268 Special Topics in Automotive

Explain diagnosis concerns with diagnostic trouble codes

2

Demonstrate testing engine control system with a digital multimeter

4

Discuss the importance of running OBDII monitors for repair verification

2

Describe Hybrid vehicle systems

-

7

Explain CVT transmission I

7

Demonstrate the operation of dual clutch shaft manual transmissions

6

('

~

Fall 2016
Course AUT112 AUT131 AUT149 AUT 122 AUT 152 AUT 268

I

I

I

Year 1

p Spring 2017 p Summer 2017 p

s

s

s

L

L

L

0

Course

0

Course

0

1,3 AUT102

2

AUT 116 6

4

AUT 103

2

AUT 141 7

2,4 AUT 145 2,4 AUT 231 2

5

AUT 232

2

AUT262 2,4

1,6 AUT247

2

7 AUT 252

6

Fall 2017
Course AUT 112 AUT131 AUT 149 AUT 122 AUT 152 AUT 268

I

AUT Three Year Assessment Map I

Year 2

p Spring 2018 p Summer 2018 p

Fall 2018

p

s

s

s

s

l

l

L

L

0

Course

0

Course

0

Course

0

1,3 AUT 102

2

AUT 116

6

AUT 112 1,3

4

AUT 103

2

AUT 141

7

AUT 131

4

2,4 AUT 145 2,4 AUT 231

2

AUT 149 2,4

5 AUT 232

2

AUT262 2,4 AUT 122

5

1,6 AUT247 2

AUT 152 1,6

7 AUT252 6

AUT 268

7

Year3 Spring 2019
Course AUT 102 AUT 103 AUT 145 AUT 232 AUT247 AUT 252

p Summer 2019 p

s

s

l

l

0

Course

0

2

AUT 116

6

2

AUT 141

7

2,4 AUT 231

2

2

AUT262 2,4

2

6

)
AUT has 7 total PSLOs

-

-

6

6

4

6

6

4

6

6

4

<-- Number of items evaluated per term.

General: Mat 170, ENG 160, CPT 170 or EGR 120, PSY 103, ECO 201, HSS 205, WLD 145.

Student Identification Name

U)
-r::
Cl)
"C ::I
Cl')

--0

-r::

::I

0
(.)

Last

First

ID NO--

1 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

2 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

3 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

4 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

5 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

6 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

7 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

8 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

9 xxxx xxxx

xxx~

10 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

11 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

12 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

13 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

14 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

15 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

16 xxxx xxxx

xxxx

--

AAS.AUT & AAS.AUD Program Outcome 2 Differentiate Automotive Engine Systems and Components

2016FA AUT 149-33 CSLO3

2016FA AUT 149-33 CSLOS

Inspect and test fuel injectors Inspect and test ignition primary

and secondary wiring and

components

Summative Written quiz Fuel and EFI Systems 20
Questions

Formative Lab : Scan Tool Injector Balance
Testing

Summative20 question test on ignition systems
and diagnosis

Formative Lab Test and inspect ignition
systems

Fuel Quiz 95 85 70 75 75 70 80 90 90 85 90 75 85 80 80

JS 103

Ignition Quiz

100

90

100

90

90

75

90

70

100

75

90

65

90

70

100

85

90

85

90

80

100

95

70

80

90

85

80

65

-

90

85

Student stopped attending

JS 92 90 90 90 85 90 10 80 75 90 90 90 90 90 85 85

~l;Nit.CtiifillMIP
~ l'Jll1ll111111 ,........,,,::.1,1• ,····-ml
Actual Percentage Met Course Benchmark Achieved?

75 70 100.0 Exceed

75 70 100.0 Exceed

75 70 86.7 Exceed

75 70 93.3 Exceed

Student Identification Name

Last

First

AAS.AUT & AAS.AUD Program Outcome 3

Demonstrate Servicing Automotive Brake Systems.

2016FA AUT 112-31 CSLO 1

2016FA AUT 112-31 CSLO4 Explain

Identify and interpret brake

the removal, cleaning, and inspection

system concern; determine

of brake shoes, springs, pins, clips,

·-

nol"occ;irv ;ir.tir n

lovorc ~rli11ctor<> ·olf-~rlh ...+or<> nthftr

Summative

Formative Lab

Summative 10

Formative Lab:

MidTerm: 10 Quiz: Students question

Students will Service

QUESTIONS demonstrate front braketest on rear

rear brakes

MATCHING

brake service

brakes.

CSLO 1

xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx

xxxx xxxx ·xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx ·xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx -xxxx xxxx

-,.. . ~~

ll\u Ill I I :II

".,111,11 -:Jd ia.1. . , • •

Actual Percentage Met

Course Benchmark Achieved?

80 72 48 70 76 80 71 80 92 88 84 64 94 64 100 75 64 80
75 70 77.8 Exceed

75 79 57 70 85 82 87 75 95 67 69 85 95 80 87 69 94 95

Exceed

75 70 77 .8

80 90 70 70 60 80 90 80 90 80 90 70 70 60 80 60 90 90
75 70 83.3 Exceed

93 87 80 93 80 93 80 93 93 87 80 66 100 66 87 80 87 93

Exceed

75 70 88.9

Preparing to load PDF file. please wait...

0 of 0
100%
Automotive Technology Student Learning Outcomes