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AutoTech 110 - Introduction to Automotive Technology - Charles T. Angelis Ph.D.

Course:Introduction to Automotive Technology
Professor:Charles T. Angelis Ph.D.
  • Hybrid
Course Length:
  • Applies to All Course Lengths
  • 16 Week


I am a retired chemist. I worked my way through college operating a Full Service Auto Repair Shop.  My second career is now teaching auto repair.  

Course Description

This course covers the automobile bumper to bumper.

What to Expect in this Course

The class consists of weekly hands on 3 hour Labs and approximately 2-3 hours of on line virtual learning. You will need a PC and will be using Canvas and Electude.  There are quizzes, discussions, and a final exam.

Types of Assessments

You will be assessed on attendance, homework, quizzes, discussions, labs and a final.

Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook

Electude voucher will be supplied by the Department. The Text book Modern Automotive Technology Shop Manual ISBN 978-1-63126-378-1 is optional,

Other Relevant Course Information

Canvas and Electude are learning tools which can be Googled.  Do not use on line Electude, our course has been customized and will need to accessed through Canvas.  If you continue on in this series of courses, you will need to acquire a set of Mechanic's Tools.

Additional Resources


This course can be accessed on the first day of class via Canvas at Log into Canvas using your CanyonsID single sign-on:

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Last updated: 02/03/2022 Sub#: 1277