2024 - 2025 MCPS High School Course Bulletin

TRN2017 ASAP Intern DP

1.0 credit per semester

Automotive Technology students extend automotive skills learned in the classroom through work-based experiences. Industry placements are made in partnership with Montgomery County Students Automotive Trades Foundation, Inc., providing meaningful work-based experiences framed around NATEF competencies and ASE industry certifications. Professional automotive technicians are trained as mentors to supervise and lead students toward these challenging industry certifications. May be repeated for credit.

Foundations of Automotive Technology A/B
9 - 10 - 11 - 12
Unlimited repeats for subject credit

Special Program or Cluster Designations:
  • Career Clusters and Career and Technology Education - Transportation, Distribution, & Logistic Cluster (Auto Tech)
  • Thomas Edison HS of Technology - Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Cluster
  • Additional Course Information: