Automotive Technology I/II is an in-depth two-year study into automotive repair and diagnosis, leading to a career in the automotive field. Each year is designed to “stand alone.” One year’s course of study will include brakes, electrical systems, suspension and steering. The next year students will study engine performance, air conditioning, and automatic transmission. Skills that students learn throughout school are utilized in this course: math and science skills to solve automotive repair problems and communication skills in relating problems and solutions to customers and supervisors. The curriculum is computer based, and students learn a hands-on skill with hands-on learning in addition to written work. The program is ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certified.