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General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP)

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101  Student Success Seminar
AUT121  Automotive Service Skills
AUT125  Automotive Electrical and Accessory Systems
ENG124  College Composition
MTH106  Math for Technology
AUT122  Automotive Systems and Engine Applications
AUT123  Engine Diagnosis and Major Service
AUT191  Automotive CO-OP
BUS122  Basic Economics
AUT124  Vehicle Chassis Systems
AUT126  Automotive HVAC Systems
Technical Elective
AUT221  Fuel and Emissions Management Systems
AUT222  Engine Systems performance Diagnosis
AUT223  Advanced Automotive Electronics
AUT192  Automotive CO-OP
PHL122  Ethics
AUT227  Computerized Vehicle Control
AUT225  Automotive Drivetrain I
AUT226  Automotive Drivetrain II
AUT193  Automotive CO-OP
ENG221  Technical Report Writing

TOTAL CREDITS 62

The General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program is a two-year associate degree automotive program designed for students seeking a career as a technician at a GM dealership or at an approved ACDelco service facility. This curriculum is designed to be GM-specific and is accredited by NATEF in all eight ASE certification areas.

GM ASEP students will graduate with an associate degree in applied science in automotive technology. They will also receive training credit for more than 56 GM training courses.

Official GM ASEP website: https://gmasep.org/

ASE Certification Test Series

Attend classes eight weeks per semester and work at a GM dealership for the remainder of the semester. You must be employable and have a valid driver’s license to take advantage of worksite opportunities.

Upon completion of this program, you’ll be 80% certified as a General Motors service technician and well qualified to become Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certified.

Official GM ASEP website https://gmasep.org/

DEGREE EARNED
Associate of applied science in General Motors ASEP

WORK IN MANY AREAS, INCLUDING
• General Motors dealerships
• ACDelco-certified repair facilities

PREPARE FOR A CAREER AS A 
• certified General Motors service technician

PROGRAM-RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS 
Canton Carnival of Wheels scholarship
Automotive Engineering Technology Endowed Scholarship
Bridgestone – Firestone Automotive Engineering Technology Endowed Scholarship
Stark County Auto Dealers Award (SCADA)
Greater Cleveland Auto Dealers Association Annual Automotive Scholarship

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT 
Ken Buie
Department Chair, Automotive and Transportation Technology
330-494-6170, Ext. 4183
kbuie@starkstate.edu