America runs on four wheels, and it’s speeding up. Self-driving cars, electrics, hybrids, and new innovations every year means that now is a fantastic time to become a qualified Automotive Technician. Every day “under the hood” will bring you a new surprise or challenge, so it’s no wonder US News & World Report ranked Automotive Technicians as one of the “100 Best Jobs in America.”

Our program was designed in partnership with local industry to teach you the exact skills you need to get a great job. We’ll even help you find that job. Our hands-on full-time program is geared toward turning you into an Automotive Technician employers are eager to hire.

For more information contact, Elizabeth Coccia: 908-526-1200 x8529 or elizabeth.coccia@raritanval.edu

Automotive Technology Manufacturer Programs:
       Career Automotive Program Local       Subaru University logo

RVCC's Automotive Partners in Education:
        FCA Education Partner      NC3 Coalitions of Certification Centers

The Automotive Technology program is a hands-on, competency-based program to provide you with the knowledge and skills that employers expect. RVCC is committed to match your job placement needs at the end of training program for you to be successful in the automotive industry while fulfilling your passion. The program mirrors a real-world workplace so you can learn in an actual shop environment. All program standards have been set to match the performance expectations of current automotive technicians working in this field. Students have the opportunity to develop diagnostic and mechanical competency in the automotive field. The program supports the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certified Automobile Technician Training Program standards. Graduates of the Automotive Technology program will be prepared to complete ASE exams and can substitute their training for one year of the two years of work experience required to become ASE Certified.

Pursue one of these two Automotive Career Paths at RVCC:

  • 1-year Certificate Track (36-37 credits) – Prepare for an entry-level technician position. All classes college credit worthy.
  • 2-year AAS Degree Track (66-67 credits) – Prepare for any higher level Automotive Technician position.  If you choose to pursue further education in this field, all credits in this program are fully transferable towards a B.S. in Automotive Technology Management at the Pennsylvania College of Technology. (the transfer agreement hasn’t been finalized yet)

RVCC has partnered with manufacturers to bring a higher level of industry certifications to the Automotive Technology progra.

  • Mopar CAP Local specialized certification track to become a Chrysler Certified Technician at the second level of technician training status.
  • Subaru University specialized certification track to become a Subaru Certified Technician at the second level of technician training status.

     Once you are trained, we’ll help you find the job that works for you. The program is eligible for federal and state student financial aid.

The Certificate in Automotive Technology prepares students for entry into the automotive service field as technicians.  Graduates are qualified for various technical level positions in manufacturing or developmental laboratories, diagnostic centers, specialized repair shops and sales. Graduates are also prepared for self-employment. This certificate is designed for students to complete in one year, if they begin in the fall semester.

Instruction in the program includes fuel systems, electrical systems, analysis of engines, suspension systems and wheel alignment.  Students have the opportunity to develop diagnostic and mechanical competency in the automotive field. Courses in this certificate prepare students to take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification test.

Graduates are able to:

  • demonstrate the skills necessary to diagnose and repair various automotive systems
  • demonstrate the usage of various pieces of service and repair equipment being utilized in the automotive service field
  • demonstrate an understanding of the different systems being used in the modern automobile
  • locate service repair information, using both print and PC-based technical service information, as required in the modern automotive repair shop/dealer


Curriculum - Certificate Program

First Semester

AUTC 101
Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety 4 Credits

Prerequisite(s):  Placement into MATH 020 Elementary Algebra and ENGL 060 Introduction to College Reading and Composition II.

This course will provide an overview of basic theory and functions of all automotive systems.  This course will also introduce students to automotive industry standard practices including shop safety, use of chemicals, documenting repair estimates and work orders, identifying careers in the auto industry, and learning employability skills. Upon completion of this course, the student will be familiar with the tools, service procedures, and safety customary to the automotive field. This course will prepare students for OSHA 10 hour certifications in general industry safety.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy using different types of lifting equipment, perform basic maintenance of the shop, and learn how to use a variety of hand tools, power tools, and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 102
Automotive Brake Systems 4 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

This course provides an overview of the brake system. Training will cover the entire brake system fundamentals, principles, and complete brake servicing to the mechanical and hydraulic braking system. Inspection diagnosis, adjustment, and repair of drum, disc, hydraulics, and anti-lock brake systems will be performed.  

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of braking systems and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and diagnostic tools and processes. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 104
Automotive Electrical Systems I 4 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

Principles of electricity, circuitry and service are included in this course.  It will cover batteries, starting and charging systems, lighting and accessory systems as well as laws relating to power and consumption of electricity including Kirchhoff’s Law, Ohm’s Law, and Watt’s Law.  Skills in trouble-shooting the automotive electrical system will be developed with the use of modern testing and service equipment.
 
In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of engines and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 206
Automatic Transmission & Drive Trains 2 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

This course will cover the theoretical understanding of principles, maintenance and adjustments required to today’s automatic transmissions, transaxles, drive shafts, final drives and all-wheel drive units.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of engines and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

ENGL 111
English Composition I 3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): Grade of A in ENGL 050 Introduction to College Reading and Composition I or ENGL 060 Introduction to College Reading and Composition II, grade of B in ENGL 050 or ENGL 060 with corequisite of ENGL 070 English Composition I Workshop, or appropriate score on placement test.

English Composition I is the first in a two-course composition sequence. The central purposes of English Composition I are to develop critical reading and thinking skills and to write thesis-driven, text-based essays. The course takes a process-oriented approach to writing that incorporates prewriting, drafting, reviewing, and revising. Students in English Composition I learn basic research skills and apply them to at least one text-based research essay.

Second Semester

AUTC 201
Engine Systems & Emission Control I 4 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

This course will include a study of theories and practice of various automotive engine systems with respect to theory and operation of the internal combustible engine, the OTTO cycle, lubricating system, and coolant system.  Training is provided in diagnosing, repairing, and theory of the following subsystems: cylinder block, cylinder heads, and intake and exhaust systems with emphasis on emission control systems.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of engines and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 203
Steering & Suspension Systems I 4 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

This course will cover the theory involved in front and rear suspension, steering geometric angles, weight distribution, wheel balancing and alignment. Practice is provided in diagnosing and servicing these systems of an automobile.  

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of steering and suspension systems and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 205
Automotive Cooling & Climate Control Systems 4 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

This course includes a study of cooling, heating, defrosting and air conditioning systems. Maintenance, diagnosis and repair of the systems are covered using lecture and lab experiences. Electrical and/or vacuum circuits and controls are emphasized.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of engines and learn how to use a variety of diagnostic and appropriate tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 202
Engine Performance & Diagnosis I 2 Credits

Prerequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety, AUTC 201 Engine Systems & Emission Control, AUTC 104 Automotive Electrical Systems.

This course will include a study of theories and practice of various automotive engine control systems. The course will build diagnostic skills related to troubleshooting engine computer systems. The use of up-to-date testing equipment, including the scan tool and lab scope are used in checking the electrical, ignition, emissions system, and general engine conditions.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of engines and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 106
Clutches & Manual Transmissions 2 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

Fundamental principles and types of clutches and manual transmissions and their component parts are covered.  Students will experience the installation and adjustment of clutches, manual transmissions, universal parts and other components such as drive shafts.  Diagnosis and service of standard transmissions are included.  

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of manual transmissions, clutches, and drive train and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

General Education
General Education 3-4 Credits

Recommended to select any of the following:

  • ENVI 103 - Energy and the Enviroment - 3 Credits
  • PHYS 112 - Concepts of Physics - 4 Credits
  • SCIE 101 - The Nature of Science - 3 Credits

Total Credits 36-37

The Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology prepares students for entry into the automotive service field as technicians or managers. Graduates are typically qualified for entry-level positions at new-car dealerships, independent repair shops, or franchise service centers. Graduates are also prepared for self-employment.

Instruction in the program includes engines, fuel and ignition systems, electronics, brakes, transmissions, steering, and suspensions systems. Training is conducted by a combination of class lecture and practical shop work, so that students can develop diagnostic and mechanical competencies. Courses in this degree prepare students to take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification tests.

Students who have completed the Automotive Technology courses as part of the Certificate in Automotive Technology Program have the option to transfer credits from completed classes into the AAS degree program.

Graduates are able to:

  • demonstrate an understanding of the theory behind the basic functions of a modern automobile
  • demonstrate the skills necessary to diagnose and repair various automotive systems
  • demonstrate an understanding of the necessary safety precautions required in a service repair shop
  • demonstrate a working knowledge of automotive repair hand and power tools, test equipment, and shop supplies
  • locate service repair information, using both printed and PC-based technical service information, as required in a modern repair shop
  • devise solutions to first-level management situations


Curriculum – A.A.S. Degree Automotive Technology

First Semester

AUTC 101
Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety 4 Credits

Prerequisite(s):  Placement into MATH 020 Elementary Algebra and ENGL 060 Introduction to College Reading and Composition II.

This course will provide an overview of basic theory and functions of all automotive systems.  This course will also introduce students to automotive industry standard practices including shop safety, use of chemicals, documenting repair estimates and work orders, identifying careers in the auto industry, and learning employability skills. Upon completion of this course, the student will be familiar with the tools, service procedures, and safety customary to the automotive field. This course will prepare students for OSHA 10 hour certifications in general industry safety.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy using different types of lifting equipment, perform basic maintenance of the shop, and learn how to use a variety of hand tools, power tools, and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 102
Automotive Brake Systems 4 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

This course provides an overview of the brake system. Training will cover the entire brake system fundamentals, principles, and complete brake servicing to the mechanical and hydraulic braking system. Inspection diagnosis, adjustment, and repair of drum, disc, hydraulics, and anti-lock brake systems will be performed.  

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of braking systems and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and diagnostic tools and processes. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 104
Automotive Electrical Systems I 4 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

Principles of electricity, circuitry and service are included in this course.  It will cover batteries, starting and charging systems, lighting and accessory systems as well as laws relating to power and consumption of electricity including Kirchhoff’s Law, Ohm’s Law, and Watt’s Law.  Skills in trouble-shooting the automotive electrical system will be developed with the use of modern testing and service equipment.
 
In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of engines and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 106
Clutches & Manual Transmissions 2 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

Fundamental principles and types of clutches and manual transmissions and their component parts are covered.  Students will experience the installation and adjustment of clutches, manual transmissions, universal parts and other components such as drive shafts.  Diagnosis and service of standard transmissions are included.  

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of manual transmissions, clutches, and drive train and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

ENGL 111
English Composition I 3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): Grade of A in ENGL 050 Introduction to College Reading and Composition I or ENGL 060 Introduction to College Reading and Composition II, grade of B in ENGL 050 or ENGL 060 with corequisite of ENGL 070 English Composition I Workshop, or appropriate score on placement test.

English Composition I is the first in a two-course composition sequence. The central purposes of English Composition I are to develop critical reading and thinking skills and to write thesis-driven, text-based essays. The course takes a process-oriented approach to writing that incorporates prewriting, drafting, reviewing, and revising. Students in English Composition I learn basic research skills and apply them to at least one text-based research essay.

Second Semester

AUTC 201
Engine Systems & Emission Control I 4 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

This course will include a study of theories and practice of various automotive engine systems with respect to theory and operation of the internal combustible engine, the OTTO cycle, lubricating system, and coolant system.  Training is provided in diagnosing, repairing, and theory of the following subsystems: cylinder block, cylinder heads, and intake and exhaust systems with emphasis on emission control systems.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of engines and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 202
Engine Performance & Diagnosis I 2 Credits

Prerequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety, AUTC 201 Engine Systems & Emission Control, AUTC 104 Automotive Electrical Systems.

This course will include a study of theories and practice of various automotive engine control systems. The course will build diagnostic skills related to troubleshooting engine computer systems. The use of up-to-date testing equipment, including the scan tool and lab scope are used in checking the electrical, ignition, emissions system, and general engine conditions.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of engines and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 203
Steering & Suspension Systems I 4 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

This course will cover the theory involved in front and rear suspension, steering geometric angles, weight distribution, wheel balancing and alignment. Practice is provided in diagnosing and servicing these systems of an automobile.  

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of steering and suspension systems and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 205
Automotive Cooling & Climate Control Systems 4 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

This course includes a study of cooling, heating, defrosting and air conditioning systems. Maintenance, diagnosis and repair of the systems are covered using lecture and lab experiences. Electrical and/or vacuum circuits and controls are emphasized.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of engines and learn how to use a variety of diagnostic and appropriate tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 206
Automatic Transmission & Drive Trains 2 Credits

Corequisite(s): AUTC 101 Automotive Introduction, Fundamentals, and Safety.

This course will cover the theoretical understanding of principles, maintenance and adjustments required to today’s automatic transmissions, transaxles, drive shafts, final drives and all-wheel drive units.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of engines and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

General Education
General Education 3 Credits

Third Semester

AUTC 204
Automotive Electrical Systems II 3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in AUTC 104 Automotive Electrical Systems I .

Advanced theory of electrical circuitry, magnetism, induction, and computer control circuits and functionality are included in this course.  The course will cover advanced starting and charging strategies controlled by the engine control module, advanced lighting and accessory systems as well as improving skills in laws relating to power and consumption of electricity.  Skills in trouble-shooting the automotive electrical system will be further developed with the use of advanced testing equipment.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform advanced diagnostic strategies and learn how to use a variety of diagnostic tools and electronic equipment. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 208
Engine Performance & Diagnosis II 3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in AUTC 202 Engine Performance and Diagnosis I .

This course includes a study of theories and practice of various automotive engine control systems. The course will improve previously acquired diagnostic skills related to troubleshooting engine computer data and networking systems. The use of up-to-date testing equipment, including the scan tool and lab scope are used in checking the electrical, ignition, emissions system, and CAN Bus network.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of engines and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and diagnostic tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 213
Steering & Suspension Systems II 3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or better in AUTC 203 Steering & Suspension Systems I .

This course will cover the theory involved in advanced Steering and Suspension Systems including diagnosing alignment, tire wear, and Stability Control System problems. The alignment angles and procedures will prepare students to diagnose tire wear and road tracking issues to complete necessary alignment adjustments to vehicles. Practice is provided in diagnosing and servicing these systems as well as performing the alignment adjustments to correct the tire wear and pull of an automobile.

In the lab, students will perform diagnostic strategies of steering angles and alignments and learn how to use a variety of diagnostic tools, hand tools, and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

Math 106
Technical Math 3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): MATH 020 Elementary Algebra , MATH 020W Elementary Algebra with Workshop or appropriate score on placement test.

This course serves as General Education Mathematics course for A.A.S. degrees only.  Intended for students in technology programs who have elementary algebra proficiency and need to apply mathematical concepts in a technical program. Topics including ratios and proportions, metric measures, geometry, practical algebra, and elementary trigonometry are covered with emphasis upon their application to technology.

COMM 110
Interpersonal Communication 3 Credits

This course is a survey of concepts, principles, theories, and practices of Interpersonal Communication. Students will participate in small-group and large-group experimental learning simulations that reinforce theory and practice of effective Interpersonal Communication. Emphasis is on self-awareness as the key to awareness of others. Topics covered include listening, self-esteem, self-disclosure, interpersonal dynamics, and assertiveness training. Students who complete this course will become more effective and confident in their relationships with family, friends, colleagues, significant others, and strangers.

COMM 115
Organizational & Technical Communication 3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): ENGL 111 English Composition I .

Organizational and Technical Communication is an introduction to writing and oral communication in business, professional, and technical settings. Students will produce and analyze common communication genres including written emails, letters, resumes, memos, proposals, reports, technical definitions, and technical manuals, and, oral phone calls, meetings, and presentations.

Fourth Semester

ENVI 103
Energy and the Environment 3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): MATH 020 Elementary Algebra or satisfactory score on the placement test.

This course provides a broad introduction to energy and energy issues as they relate to generation options, utilization and environmental impacts. Topics include overviews of traditional carbon based energy sources, nuclear options and alternative energy technologies such as solar, wind, biofuels and hydrogen. The crucial link between energy and climate change will be examined. The environmental consequences of energy choices on local and global scales will be discussed and integrated throughout the course. Topics will be evaluated by applying basic scientific principles and the scientific method to real world problems. Policy options and understanding energy in a societal context will also be explored.

AUTC 221
Engine Systems & Emission Control II 3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): A grde of C or better in AUTC 201 Engine Systems & Emission Control I .

This course will build on the theory and practice of advanced operation of the internal combustible engine, the OTTO cycle, lubricating systems, and coolant systems.  Training is provided in diagnosing, repairing, and theory of the following subsystems: cylinder block, cylinder heads, and intake and exhaust systems with emphasis on emission control systems.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform basic maintenance of engines and learn how to use a variety of hand tools and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

AUTC 209
Advanced Brak Systems 3 Credits

Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or better in courses AUTC 102 Automotive Brake Systems and AUTC 203 Steering & Suspension Systems I .

This course will cover the theory involved in advanced suspension and steering diagnosis and Anti-Lock Brake systems. These two systems work in conjunction with each other for advanced safety systems including traction control and anti-roll stability controls. Practice is provided in diagnosing and servicing these systems of an automobile.

In the lab, students will learn a hands-on strategy to perform advanced diagnostic strategies of steering, suspension, and anti-lock brakes systems and learn how to use a variety of diagnostic tools, hand tools, and precision measurement tools. Students will be required to wear clothing appropriate for auto shop safety at all classes.  Safety glasses will also be required at all classes.

PHYS 112
Concepts of Physics 4 Credits

Prerequisite(s): MATH 030 - Intermediate Algebra or MATH 106 Technical Math .

This course is an introduction to the concepts of physics and their application to real-world phenomena.  Emphasis is on understanding the phenomena through demonstrations, experience, and experiments in physics and not through mathematical manipulations.  This course may be used as a science elective for non-science majors and is required for students majoring in many of the medical and technology programs.  It is also recommended for those taking General Physics without a strong high school science background.  Topics include classical mechanics, properties of matter, heat and the laws of thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, vibration and waves, sound, and optics.  Credit towards graduation will not be given for both Concepts of Physics and General or Engineering Physics.

OR

SCIE 101 - The Nature of Science - 3 Credits

In this course, students will examine the development of scientific theories, and discuss how science is viewed by the public through various forms of media sources.  The use of the scientific method to conduct research and experiments will encourage students to distinguish credible science from false scientific claims.  The importance to society of scientists and citizens making informed decisions on science/technology issues are stressed.

Social Science or Humanities
Social Science or Humanities 3 Credits

Select from the appropriate cataegory of the General Education List.  Suggested courses are PHIL 113 - Critical Thinking or PHIL 114 - Ethics.  Students wishing to transfer to Penn College of Technology should consider taking ECON 101 - Macroeconomics.

TOTAL Credits 66-67