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ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Chabot College responded to the increasing demand for programs leading to jobs and career opportunities through joining forces with BMW of North America to train students for the vehicles of tomorrow.

The partnership adds new vehicles, tooling, coursework, and faculty to Chabot's NATEF certified automotive training programs.
Students taking the Chabot/BMW training classes can earn up to six BMW of North America training certificates and will position them to enter a BMW Dealership with a Level III training status. BMW has active dealership programs in the Bay Area, California, and 350 BMW Dealerships across the nation allowing an abundance of opportunities for Chabot College students.

The Associate Degree program builds on key automotive courses, 4 BMW specific classes, and general education courses needed to graduate with skills and an Associate Degree. Students with prior automotive courses may be eligible to receive credit for skills already learned.

Fall classes are filling up fast so make your reservations now while there still is room. Don't let this opportunity pass you by. Contact Mike Sherburne for information on how to apply for this new and exciting program at:
msherburne@chabotcollege.edu

**The Certificate of Achievement has the same Auto and BMW course requirements, without the general education courses

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY (EMPHASIS IN BMW MANUFACTURE TRAINING) ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE

This program prepares students for employment as entry level automotive technicians. Students may also earn BMW of North America training credits in several different areas. Successful completion of the Associate in Science Degree can enhance the placement level at BMW dealerships across the Nation.

Associate in Science Degree (Emphasis in BMW Manufacture Training) is earned by completing the Automotive Courses (ATEC & BMW) and the appropriate General Education Courses. Effective Fall 2012

 

FRESHMAN YEAR FALL SPRING
Automotive Technology 50 (Automotive Fundamentals)  
Automotive Technology 4 (Automotive Suspension and Steering) 3
Automotive Technology 5 (Automotive Braking Systems) 3  
Automotive Technology 6A (Automotive Electrical and Electronics Fundamentals) 4  
Automotive Technology 1 (Automotive Engines)   4
Automotive Technology 4 (Automotive Suspension and Steering)   3
Automotive Technology 7 (Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning Cooling Systems)   2.5
Automotive Technology 8 (Automotive Air and Fuel Delivery Systems)   4
SOPHOMORE YEAR FALL SPRING
BMW 10 (BMW Technical Systems) 5  
BMW 20 (BMW Body Electronics) 5  
Automotive Technology 90 (Hybrid Vehicle Operation and Servicing) 2  
Automotive Technology 91 (Hybrid Diagnosis and Alternate Fuels Technology) 2  
BMW 30 (BMW Chassis Dynamics)   5
BMW 40 (BMW Engine Electronics and Engine Technology)   5
     
General Education Courses
General Education Courses (Areas A-E). . . . . . . . . 16
Automotive Technology GE Requirement. . . . . . . . 3
Complete a minimum of 3 units Industrial Technology 74 (Measurements and Calculations)
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