An overview of modern collision repair covering the areas of non-structural, structural, and painting and refinishing. A study of the methods and procedures of collision repair that will provide students with an understanding of body design including the frame, refinishing, and safety. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
Environmental regulations, safe practices, disposal of hazardous substances, such as paints and solvents. Suggested prerequisite: CHEM PS1010 or PS/SI1110.
Overview of fleet operations and common management practices.
Study of fleet and dealership fixed operations financial policies and procedures. Includes financial statement analysis.
Preparation for the practicum. Guest lecturers, group discussions and overview of new or upcoming automotive issues. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
An overview of the environmental issues related to the use and service of vehicles, with emphasis on air quality topics.
The use of sophisticated diagnostic tools and equipment. Emphasis is on computer-aided diagnosis and the development of analytical thinking as it applies to technical problems. Includes lab. Prerequisite: AUSV 2220 or equivalent.
Individual readings supervised by a faculty member. Prerequisite: Approval of instructor.
Supervised work experience with a sponsoring employer, designed to synthesize theory and practice. Full-time, upper division related employment and approval of faculty supervisor required.
Directed studies, group discussions and analysis of selected topics. Emphasis on environmental, regulatory, legal, safety, new product and other contemporary issues.
Consult the semester class schedule for the current offerings under this number.
Weber State University 2007-2008 Catalog