This two-year certificate is built around Chrysler courses. Students who opt for the Domestic Manufacturer Chrysler certificate will receive instruction in current Chrysler technology. The first phase of training in each subject area will be taught at San Juan College with the last phase taught at a sponsoring Chrysler dealership. This type of rotation continues for the duration of the Domestic Manufacturer program. This program is available by pre-selection only.
If the program starts in an odd numbered year, the first co-op will be in the first semester. If the program starts in an even numbered year, the first co-op will be in the second semester.
A student in this program MUST be able to perform tasks that are timed, both in the lab AND in the dealership. Extra time to perform these tasks cannot be provided. This requirement is to prepare the student for success as a commissioned automotive repair technician.
There is no Chrysler training credit awarded with this certificate.
This program requires that the student purchase his/her own tools. To obtain a list of the required tools, contact the Automotive Department.
A student must earn a grade of C or higher in all courses required for the program in order to receive a degree or certificate.
* A total of 8 of 16 credit hours MUST be earned from CAPP 280, CAPP 281, CAPP 282, and CAPP 283 to qualify for the certificate. Two of the four co-op courses must be completed satisfactorily.
** A student MUST have passed a minimum of two ASE certification tests to earn the certificate.
Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students:
Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments.