Automotive Repair Entrepreneur (EAAS)

This degree program will provide students with the foundation skills and knowledge to own and operate an automotive repair business. Students completing this degree will have hands-on experience in problem solving and dealing with issues in all eight areas of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). They will learn to repair automobiles in the areas of brakes, steering and suspension, electrical, and engine performance. The students will learn the skills to manage their own business. This includes creating a business plan, accounting and finance, professional business communications and financial functions. Workplace safety and business ethics are also covered. Students are made aware of the many challenges they will face when starting and operating their own business.

Source: MCC 2018-19 Catalog

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 20-21 CR. HRS.
ENG 101 3
English Composition
BCOM 102 3
Advanced Bus and Tech Communications
CIS 120A 3
Introduction to Computer Information Systems
Choose One (1) Course From: 1
CIS 115WW
Intro to Word Processiong
CIS 119PP
Introduction to Presentation Graphics
HE 110 1
Industrial Safety and Workplace Training
PHIL 205 3
Business Ethics
Choose One (1) Course From: 3-4
MATH 109
College Algebra with Applications
MATH 115
Probability and Statistics
TMAT 101A
Technical Math I or higher level MATH course
Choose One (1) Course From: 3
BUS 127 Human Relations
COM 101 Oral Communications
ENTREPRENEUR CORE REQUIREMENTS  12 CR. HRS.
BUS 131 1
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
BUS 167 1
Professionalism in Your Career
BUS 223 4
Starting Your Business Plan
BUS 240 3
Entrepreneurship Capstone
DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 29 CR. HRS.
AT 101 2
Introduction to Automotive Technology
AT 114 3
Automotive Power Plants (Engine Rebuilding)
AT 120 3
Introduction to Electrical Systems I
AT 121 3
Electrical Systems II
AT 122 3
Fuel Systems and Emission Controls
AT 123 3
Engine Tune Up (Driveability)
AT 150 3
Automotive Brakes
AT 214 3
Service Management
Choose one (1) of the following options:
OPTION 1 TRANSMISSIONS
AT 210 3
Powertrains (Manual Drivetrains)
AT 211 3
Automatic Transmissions
OPTION 2 GENERAL TECHNICIAN
AT 160 3
Automotive Air Conditioning
AT 212 3
Alignment and Suspension
Total 62-63