Bakersfield College


Electrical and Electronics Systems Certificate of Achievement

The Electrical and Electronic Systems Certificate signifies that the student has developed skills in the diagnosis and repair of various types of electrical and electronic systems found in automotive, agriculture and industrial applications. Students can implement the skills developed in the these courses in dealerships, independent repair shops, performance shops, construction companies, agriculture companies, government agencies, etc.

Students earning this certificate will be prepared to further pursue certification through ASE in the A6, T6, H6, S6, and L3 areas as well as certification for the Lamp Adjuster License.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion, the student will:

  • demonstrate proficiency in technical skills and safety principles required for employment in the transportation and related industries performing electrical and electronic repair work.
  • demonstrate their ability to assess, evaluate and solve problems common to electrical and electronic repair in the automotive, industrial, and agricultural industries.
  • demonstrate a thorough understanding of the core material of electrical and electronic systems required for transfer to a four year university or certification in the department programs.

Career Opportunities:

Automotive Technician, Automotive Electronics Technician

To Achieve the Certificate of Achievement

Upon completion of the following courses with at least a ‘C’ grade in each course, the student will be awarded an Electrical and Electronic Systems Certificate of Achievement.

Total Units: 13

Required Courses

Course # Name Units
AUTO B11 Introduction to Automotive Technology 4.0
AUTO B30 Electrical and Electronic Systems 4.0
AUTO B31 Advanced Electrical and Electronic Systems 5.0