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Automotive Service Educational Program (gm Asep) - Associate In Applied Science

Program Code: AAS.60842

The GM Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP) is an associate degree automotive program designed to upgrade your technical competence and professional level to an incoming dealership technician. At Delta College, the program requires 111 weeks of training to complete. Approximately 60 of those weeks are spent on the Delta College campus. The remainder of the time spent in this two-year period is in a General Motors dealership or an AC Delco Total Service Support (TSS) repair facility. Each specialized subject is dealt with in the classroom and laboratory on campus and is immediately followed by related work experience in the dealership/TSS. This rotation system continues until the program is completed. This is a suggested enrollment sequence for full time students. It is suggested that part time students see an advisor for scheduling assistance. NOTE: There is a special application for this program and each student is required to be sponsored by a General Motors dealership or an AC Delco repair facility. For more information, please contact ASEP Coordinator: (989) 686-9594

The automotive courses must be taken in the semesters specified.

First Semester (Fall)

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
AGM 1104Automotive Electronics Service ______________
AGM 112W6Engine Service ______________
AGM 1145Brakes, ABS, TCS Service ______________
COM 114W3Interpersonal Communication ______________

Second Semester (Winter)

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
AGM 1342Dealership Work Experience I ______________
WELD 1011Exploratory Oxy-Fuel Welding and Cutting ______________

Third Semester (Spring/Summer)

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
AGM 2103Body Electronics Service ______________
AGM 212W7Suspension System Service ______________
AGM 2145Heating/Air Conditioning ______________
LW 221W2Fitness and Wellness ______________

Fourth Semester (Fall)

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
AGM 1432Dealership Work Experience II ______________
ENG ---3Any Approved College Composition I Course ______________
POL ---3/4Any Approved American Government Requirement ______________

Fifth Semester (Winter)

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
AGM 2166Driveline Service ______________
AGM 218W8Automatic Electronic Transmission Service ______________

Sixth Semester (Spring/Summer)

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
AGM 2267Advance Engine Electronics & Fuel System Service (GM) ______________
AGM 228W7Electronic Engine Performance & Emission Control ______________
AGM 2342Dealership Work Experience III ______________
ENG ---3Any Approved College Composition II Course OR ______________
ENG 113(3)Technical Communication ______________

79/80Total Credits Required For Associate Degree


1 - AGM 134, AGM 143, AGM 234 are taught at a dealership/AC Delco TSS Center and begin late in the semester indicated and are completed in the following semester.
2 - Since half of the program is spent at the dealership/TSS, you are required to have a sponsoring General Motors dealer or an AC Delco TSS Center. The main responsibility of the dealership/TSS is to provide employment during all of the work experience periods.
3 - All tuition, fees, housing (if needed), textbook costs, and tools are your responsibility.
4 - For more information call ASEP Coordinator (989) 686-9351, Fax (989) 667-2207.
5 - WELD 101 may be a weekend course.

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