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Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics CTE Cluster

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Our Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathways in the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics CTE Cluster lead to a credential for employment (certificate, diploma, or degree).

Prepare for a career in repairing or maintaining the vehicles, trains, planes, and ships that move people and products. You might also might work behind the scenes to make sure the products and people get to the right place on time.

Available Pathways

Classes are offered at our college campuses in Monroe and Polkton and online. Some classes may be offered at your local high school. Classes are organized into pathways and align with the K-12 curriculum and Career and College Ready Standards adopted by the State Board of Education.

The following CTE pathways are available to eligible high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and
seniors.

AUTOMOTIVE CTE CERTIFICATE (C60160PA)

Course Credits Prerequisites Semester offered (SPCC Campus)
AUT 114: Safety and Emissions 2 None Fall
AUT 116: Engine Repair 3 None Spring
AUT 141: Suspension and Steering Sys 3 None Fall
AUT 151: Brake Systems 3 None Fall
TRN 180: Basic Welding for Transportation 3 None Spring
TRN 110: Intro to Transportation Tech. 2 None Fall
TRN 140: Transportation Climate Cont. 2 None Spring
Total Credits 18

BASIC AUTOBODY REPAIR CTE CERTIFICATE (C60160PB)

Course Credits Prerequisites Semester offered (SPCC Campus)
TRN 110: Intro to Transportation Tech. 2 None Fall
TRN 140: Transportation Climate Cont. 2 None Spring
TRN 180: Basic Welding for Transportation 3 None Spring
AUB 111: Painting and Refinishing I 4 None Fall
AUB 121: Non-Structural Damage I 3 None Fall
AUB 162: Autobody Estimating 2 None Spring
Total Credits 16
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