The GM Automotive Service Educational Program streamlines the path to becoming a highly trained automotive technician to less than two years. A greater knowledge base obtained through GM ASEP training will give you a competitive advantage in the workforce and prepare you for a high-tech career. Because of our relationship with General Motors Corporation, GM ASEP students build and refine their skill set while training on current make/model of vehicles with the latest diagnostic tools available.
Students enrolled in the program can gain valuable hands-on experience through the school's paid co-op internship program while achieving college credit for practical work experience.
The Associate of Applied Science in General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP) provides training for students aspiring to become automotive technicians for General Motors dealerships or AC Delco independent shops. Specific General Motors training is presented to apprentice student technicians as they apply learned content to a co-op work experience. Students attend classes for half a semester and then apprentice at a GM/AC Delco sponsoring dealership the other half. Students are paid for work rendered during the co-op experience. Upon graduation, students will receive hundreds of hours of official General Motors training credits that are recorded in the corporation's training database. Graduates should be 85 to 90% trained towards meeting the certification requirements for a GM Master Technician. Graduates will also receive an Associate of Applied Science from Sinclair along with a job opportunity from the sponsoring dealer.
This degree program contains one or more embedded certificates which will be automatically awarded when the certificate requirements are completed. If you do not want to receive the embedded certificate(s), please notify Registration and Student Records at email@example.com.
Formal articulation agreements with other colleges and universities indicate how Sinclair programs and courses will transfer to other institutions.
The automotive program prepares students to take the automotive ASE tests, which are required to be a certified technician. Through the ASEP, students will be working towards General Motors Master Certification.
|Ohio Transfer Module: Arts & Humanities Elective||3|
|AUT 1102||Introduction to Automotive Service||2|
|AUT 1114||Automotive Electrical/Electronic Systems I||3|
|AUT 1115||Automotive Engine Performance I||4|
|AUT 1116||Automotive Steering & Suspension Systems||3|
|AUT 1142||Automotive Manual Transmission & Driveline||3|
|AUT 1146||Automotive Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning Systems||3|
|AUT 1165||Automotive Brake Systems||3|
|AUT 1170||Automotive Internship I||2|
|AUT 1171||Automotive Internship II||2|
|AUT 1172||Automotive Internship III||2|
|AUT 1173||Automotive Internship IV||2|
|AUT 2214||Automotive Electrical/Electronic Systems II||4|
|AUT 2215||Automotive Engine Performance II||4|
|AUT 2241||Automatic Transmission Systems||4|
|AUT 1108||Automotive Engine Systems||4|
|CAM 1109||Fundamentals of Tooling & Machining||3|
|COM 2206||Interpersonal Communication||3|
|ENG 1101||English Composition I||3|
|MAT 1110||Math for Technologists||3|
|SOC 1101||Introduction to Sociology||3|
The Sinclair Automotive Technology program is master certified by the NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation). NATEF was founded as an independent, nonprofit organization with a single mission: To evaluate technician training programs against standards developed by the automotive industry. Since 1983, the NATEF process has resulted in certified automotive training programs in all 50 states at the secondary and post-secondary levels.