AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY TRANSITION22205810/20/2017 11:15:17 AMAutomotive Technology Transition is designed specifically for the ASE student who is concurrently enrolled in the Principles of Automotive Technology class Adult Secondary EducationASE-020Automotive Technology Transition is designed specifically for the ASE student who is concurrently enrolled in the Principles of Automotive Technology class. This course combines ASE instruction, which addresses deficiencies in the student English language skills with occupational specific terminology and concepts covered in the regular automotive class including systems and operations, tools and equipment, suspension and steering, powertrains, etc. The class will build the ASE skills of the student while emphasizing the vocabulary used for automotive components and safety guidelines in order to strengthen the ASE students' overall understanding and the challenges in today's automotive industry. The course will also assist students with guidance on professional demeanor, appearance, on-the-job communications, and the employment search process. This course emphasizes career development in the automotive field as well as transitional services providing the students with the extra assistance in order to be successful in their automotive class.Continuing EducationAdult Education
AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY FUNDAMENTALS2218458/15/2017 11:15:07 AMThe MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes AutomotiveAMT-120Automotive Electricity Fundamentals is designed to introduce students to basic electrical principles and their applications in automobiles. Topics include electron theory, digital multimeter use and circuit testing, Ohm's Law, magnetism, electromagnetism, induction, circuit types, chemical storage battery science, AC/DC motors and generators, and current/voltage regulation. Fundamental principles established in this course serve as the basis for many other related topics in subsequent course offerings. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: Students will be required to purchase a specified digital multimeter for the class. The meter can be purchased in the Automotive department. Contact the Automotive department chair for more information. The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive
AUTOMOTIVE CUSTOMER SERVICE2216057/26/2017 11:15:07 AMAutomotive Customer Service introduces fundamental topics related to the job of a service Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes AutomotiveAMT-110Automotive Customer Service introduces fundamental topics related to the job of a service consultant at an Automobile Service Facility. The information in the course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Validated Task List for Automobile Service Consultants, and is consistent with material found on the ASE Automobile Service Consultant Exam (C1). (1.2- Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive
AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE TECHNOLOGY2218447/26/2017 11:15:09 AMNOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes AutomotiveAMT-140Automotive Engine Technology presents the theory, design, and construction aspects of heat type internal combustion engines. Additionally, the inspection, service, and repair techniques necessary for successful service operations will be covered at length. Among the substantial number of topics to be covered are physical engine design configurations, liberation of power from fuel, engine operating cycles, fuel systems and the theory of compression/vacuum. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive
AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE SYSTEMS2218387/26/2017 11:15:08 AMAutomotive Brake Systems provides instruction in the theory and servicing of automotive drum and disc style systems AutomotiveAMT-220Automotive Brake Systems provides instruction in the theory and servicing of automotive drum and disc style systems. Included will be hydraulic master cylinder/power boost units, split systems, proportioning units, four wheel disc systems, computerized anti-lock systems and traction control. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive
PRINCIPLES OF AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY22184610/31/2017 11:15:08 AMPrincipals of Automotive Technology provides students with an introduction to the automotive industry Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes AutomotiveAMT-100Principals of Automotive Technology provides students with an introduction to the automotive industry. Students become acquainted with the major vehicle subsystems and components, identify their function and importance, and learn their service requirements. This general overview course covers shop safety, hazardous materials, basic physics principals, steering, chassis, suspension, brakes, internal combustion engines, electricity, drive train systems and basic diagnostics. The lab portion of this course offers hands-on experience that reinforces the theories and service procedures presented in the classroom. This course is the prerequisite to all other automotive courses. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive
AUTOMOTIVE CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEMS2218366/6/2017 11:15:11 AM(1.2- Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes AutomotiveAMT-240Automotive Climate Control Systems covers the theory, operation, and maintenance of heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems used in current production automobiles. Topics include engine cooling system operation, air flow systems, manual and vacuum heater controls, thermostatic control systems, refrigeration theory, refrigerant chemicals, safety considerations, environmental concerns and regulations, refrigerant recovery, compressor repair and R-134 A technology. (1.2- Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive
ADV AUTOMOTIVE TECH TRANSITION22208210/20/2017 11:15:18 AMAdv Automotive Tech Transition is designed specifically for the Level 5 or higher ESL student who is concurrently enrolled in the Principles of Automotive Technology class English As A Second LanguageESL-022Adv Automotive Tech Transition is designed specifically for the Level 5 or higher ESL student who is concurrently enrolled in the Principles of Automotive Technology class. This course combines Level 5 ESL instruction, which addresses deficiencies in the student English language skills with occupational specific terminology and concepts covered in the regular automotive class including systems and operations, tools and equipment, suspension and steering, powertrains, etc. The class will build the ESL skills of the student while emphasizing the vocabulary used for automotive components and safety guidelines in order to strengthen the ESL students' overall understanding and the challenges in today's automotive industry. The course will also assist students with guidance on professional demeanor, appearance, on-the-job communications, and the employment search process. This course emphasizes career development in the automotive field as well as transitional services providing the students with the extra assistance in order to be successful in their automotive class. Continuing EducationAdult Education
AUTOMOTIVE COOPERATIVE INTERNSHIP2218359/2/2017 11:15:04 AMAutomotive Cooperative Internship provides students with an opportunity to apply and This course is carried out cooperatively between the Automotive department chair consent AutomotiveAMT-250Automotive Cooperative Internship provides students with an opportunity to apply and expand newly acquired skills in a traditional work environment. This course is carried out cooperatively between the instructor and the student's employer. Periodic review sessions will be held to assess student progress, address problems, and review appropriateness of work involvement. Evaluation of student progress will be based, in part, upon written evaluation and consultations with the cooperating employer. This course may be repeated two times to earn a maximum of six credit hours under this course number. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: Students must work 90 clock hours on the job per credit hour earned. UndergraduateAutomotive
AUTOMOTIVE INDEPENDENT STUDY2218307/11/2017 11:15:23 AMAutomotive Independent Study provides students the opportunity to design a course of study around any automotive topic, by mutual agreement with the instructor AutomotiveAMT-299Automotive Independent Study provides students the opportunity to design a course of study around any automotive topic, by mutual agreement with the instructor. The parameters of the project, including conditions for evaluation, will be established prior to actual course enrollment. The student is responsible for the original project concept which must be supported by a preliminary project outline. Written progress reports must be submitted to the instructor, and a final oral report must be presented to complete course requirements. Course may be repeated two times to earn a maximum of three credit hours under this course number. (1.2-Articulated) UndergraduateAutomotive
AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS2218425/20/2017 11:15:05 AMAutomotive Electronic Fundamentals is the second in a series of electrical courses and is Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes AutomotiveAMT-160Automotive Electronic Fundamentals is the second in a series of electrical courses and is designed to provide students with an understanding of electronic principles, components, applications, and test procedures for systems in contemporary automobiles. Topics discussed in this course include electronic spark ignition theory and ignition oscilloscope testing and diagnosis, electronic components, symbols/nomenclature, semiconductors, solid state electronics, printed circuits, passive restraints, and body electrical systems. (1.2- Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive
COMPUTERIZED AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS2218396/6/2017 11:15:11 AMComputerized Automotive Systems provides an in-depth look at how microprocessors have revolutionized automotive system controls AutomotiveAMT-200Computerized Automotive Systems provides an in-depth look at how microprocessors have revolutionized automotive system controls. The computerized engine systems covered in this course are fuel distribution, emission controls, ignition, and transmission systems. In addition to engine control functions, various body systems using microprocessors will also be covered. Topics include: signal processing, analog/digital circuits, sensor/actuator controls, instrumentation, suspension, brake system controls, carburetor principles and 4-gas analysis. (1.2- Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive
INT AUTOMOTIVE TECH TRANSITION22206610/20/2017 11:15:17 AMINT AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY TRANSITION English As A Second LanguageESL-020INT AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY TRANSITIONContinuing EducationAdult Education
AUTO STEERING-CHASSIS-SUSPENSION2218407/26/2017 11:15:09 AMCotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes a grade of C or equivalent or written consent of instructor or Automotive department chair AutomotiveAMT-180Auto Steering-Chassis-Suspension is designed to provide a thorough understanding of the design, construction, and operation of automotive chassis. Topics will include the latest technology associated with framework, suspension types, steering systems, CV, universal joints, tires and conventional rear drive units. In all topics, emphasis will be placed on the systems in production today. Contrasts between current systems and traditional styles will also be drawn. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS & TRANSAXLES2218317/26/2017 11:15:08 AMNOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes AutomotiveAMT-270Automatic Transmissions & Transaxles provides students with a thorough understanding of automotive transmissions and transaxles used in passenger vehicles today. Topics will include automatic transmission and transaxle theory of operation, components, power flow, activating mechanisms, torque converters, hydraulic circuits, planetary gear systems, sprag clutches, valve bodies and governor units. Microprocessor-controlled transmissions and transaxles will also be included. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! NOTE: Students are required to practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to, wearing safety glasses, jeans with no holes, cotton shirts and work boots. No jewelry of any kind may be worn in the lab. UndergraduateAutomotive
ALTERNATE FUEL VEHICLES2218337/11/2017 11:15:23 AMThe MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes AutomotiveAMT-265Alternate Fuel Vehicles provides instruction in the theory of vehicles using alternate fuels. The vehicles dedicated to run on compressed natural gas (CNG) or propane (LPG) and bi-fuel vehicles that can be switched from gasoline to CNG or LPG. The course is designed to familiarize the technician with the operation, as well as diagnostic and repair techniques recommended by original alternate fuel manufacturers and those that provide conversion kits. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: The lab portion of this course is designed to support and reinforce the fundamental theories and service procedures established in classroom presentations through hands-on experience. The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive
ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS & DRIVEABILITY2218347/26/2017 11:15:08 AMArticulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes AutomotiveAMT-260Advanced Diagnostics & Drivability is designed to give students an understanding of how a vehicle's overall drivability, emissions, and fuel consumption are interrelated. In addition, students will learn to apply information from prerequisite courses along with data from the vehicle's own malfunctions. A key topic covered is fuel injection system technology. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of maintaining emission control systems for peak vehicle operation and compliance with federal/state regulations. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive
MANUAL DRIVE TRAIN AND AXLES2218415/20/2017 11:15:04 AMNOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes AutomotiveAMT-170Manual Drive Train and Axles will provide students with a thorough understanding of manual transmissions and transaxles used in passenger vehicles today. Topics include: manual transmission and transaxle theory of operation, components, power flow and clutch operation. CV joints, drive shafts, and four-wheel drive operations will also be included. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive
HIGH PERFORMANCE ENGINE FUNDAMENTALS2218377/11/2017 11:15:24 AMNOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes AutomotiveAMT-230High Performance Engine Fundamentals is designed for students who wish to participate in motor sports either as an occupation or as a vocation. The students will be introduced to practical information on performance engine building, cost calculation, and machine shop selection. General construction theory, design, and procedures for building a high performance engine will be introduced. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to build a high performance engine in a computer simulated environment as well as apply it to their own live applications. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: The MCC Automotive program maintains a dress code for all students for reasons of safety as well as meeting industry standards for professionalism. Students are required to follow the dress code and practice all rules of safety including, but not limited to: School provided safety glasses must be worn in the lab at all times. Clean blue/black work pants or blue/black jeans with NO holes in them are permitted. Sagging pants are not allowed and pant legs must be worn on the outside of the boots. Cotton MCC automotive provided t-shirts must be worn to all automotive classes. Black or brown leather work shoes or boots of a traditional work boot/shoe style must be tightly laced and tongue-in. NO jewelry of any kind may be worn at any time. Baseball caps are permitted with the bill facing forward. Knit black or blue skull caps may be worn when lab area temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class or lab if clothing, appearance, or actions are deemed unacceptable or unsafe! UndergraduateAutomotive