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Kauai Community College • Spring 2020 Class Availability

(UH Transfer Information)

Automotive Mechanics Tech (AMT)

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  43111 AMT 99V 0 Special Studies 1 C Azares 0 6     TBA TBA AMT 101B 01/13-05/15
Email: azares@hawaii.edu Special Approval: Instructor Approval
  43112 AMT 99V 0 Special Studies 1 G Talbo 0 6     TBA TBA AMT 101A 01/13-05/15
Email: gtalbo@hawaii.edu Special Approval: Instructor Approval
  43234 AMT 129 0 Engine Repair 7 G Talbo 10 4     MTWR 0730-0120p AMT 101A 03/02-05/07
Prereq: "C" or higher in AMT 100.
  43238 AMT 144 0 Heat and Auto Air Conditn 4 L Pacanas 4 10     MTWRF 1100-0450p AMT 101B 02/24-03/31
Prereq: "C" or higher in AMT 100.
  43175 AMT 145 0 Manual Drive Trains and Axles 4 A Ringor 10 4     TW 0500-0850p AMT 101A 01/13-05/15
Prereq: "C" or higher in AMT 100.
  43235 AMT 172 0 HEV II-Prevent Main&Repair 3 G Talbo 1 13     MTWR 0700-1050a GRNSHP 101 01/13-02/27
Prereq: "C" or higher in AMT 141, AMT 171, and ETRO 18; Or automotive industry work experience with instructor's approval.

Recommended prep: Basic electrical knowledge of Ohm's Law and proper use of a DVOM to determine voltage drop, shorts, opens, and resistance problems. Knowledge on basic theory of operation on automotive electrical and mechanical subsystems.
  43236 AMT 173 0 HEV III-Diagnostic & Repair 3 L Pacanas 1 13     MTWR 0700-1050a GRNSHP 101 04/01-05/07
Prereq: "C" or higher in AMT 141, AMT 171, and ETRO 18; Or automotive industry work experience with instructor's approval.

Recommended prep: Basic electrical knowledge of Ohm's Law and proper use of a DVOM to determine voltage drop, shorts, opens, and resistance problems. Knowledge on basic theory of operation on automotive electrical and mechanical subsystems.
  43228 AMT 199V 0 Special Studies 4 S Fernandez 3 11     W 0200-0450p ABRP 105 01/13-05/15
                      TR 0200-0450p ABRP 113 01/13-05/15
Auto Paint Prep and Refinishing II is designed to teach the student techniques and methods of using plastics and adhesives in preparation for painting and provide introduction painting techniques. Emphasis will be placed on mixing and handling of chemicals, paint mixing, color matching, and operation of spray guns. For additional information, email: sf30@hawaii.edu
  43233 AMT 241 0 Electrical/Electronics II 4 L Pacanas 10 4     MTWR 0730-0120p AMT 101A 01/13-02/20
Prereq: "C" or higher in AMT 141.
  43237 AMT 244 0 Engine Performance II 5 C Azares 4 10     MTWRF 1100-0450p AMT 101B 01/13-02/21
Prereq: "C" or higher in AMT 242.
  43239 AMT 260 0 Diagnostic and Repair 4 C Azares 1 13     MTWRF 1100-0450p AMT 101B 04/01-05/02
Prereq: "C" or higher in AMT 144, AMT 145, AMT 149, AMT 152, AMT 154, and AMT 244.


General Education Requirements:
FGA = Foundation GMP-A DA = Diversification-Arts DP = Diversification-Physical Science
FGB = Foundation GMP-B DB = Diversification-Biological Science DS = Diversification-Social Science
FGC = Foundation GMP-C DH = Diversification-Humanities DY = Diversification-Laboratory (science)
FQ = Foundation Quantitative Reasoning DL = Diversification-Literatures
FS = Foundation Symbolic Reasoning
FW = Foundation Written Communication

Focus Requirements:
AC= Alternative Communication
CH= Cognitive Health
HAP= Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Issues
PC= Pacific Island Culture
PH= Physical Health
WI= Writing Intensive

Special Designation:
ONL5= 5-Week Online AA program


Class Meeting Days:
M = Monday R = Thursday U = Sunday
T = Tuesday F = Friday TBA = To Be Announced/Arranged
W = Wednesday S= Saturday