Specific Admission Requirements
An Associate of Science or Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive is required.
Students who have completed automotive certificate programs are eligible to enter the AIM BAS if the certificate-awarding school was accredited by ASE for AST or MAST. Students from these certificate programs would complete required GT Pathways courses at a community college or at CSU Pueblo.
Specific Program Requirements
- AIM majors are required to complete an approved curriculum with a minimum grade of C earned in all courses having an AIM prefix.
- AIM majors are required to demonstrate intellectual skills and knowledge in related business courses to satisfy the minor and institutional requirements.
|AIM 305||REGULATORY, ENVIRO, HEALTH ISSUES||3.00|
|AIM 325||FUELS AND LUBRICANT PRODUCTION, MARKETING AND CONSERVATION||3.00|
|AIM 405||PERSONAL SELLING METHODS AND TECHNIQUES||4.00|
|AIM 425||AUTOMOTIVE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT||5.00|
|AIM 345||ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS||5.00|
|AIM 355||AUTOMOTIVE SHOP PRACTICES||5.0|
Required AAS in automotive will transfer in 64 credits toward this major.
This BAS may include up to 6 escrow credit hours (see the Academic Policies section of the catalog), which will be posted the semester prior to anticipated graduation. The escrow credit awarded will include 1 lower division elective credit and 5 upper division credits for AIM 345. This may be granted for AAS degree plus Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) entry level certification, upon review by program director.
Students with significant shop experience may be granted credit for prior learning for AIM 355 (5 upper division credits), upon portfolio review by program director.
Specific Business Administration and Supervisory Management Minor Courses
|ACCT 201||PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING||3|
|ACCT 202||PRINCIPLES OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING||3.0|
|ECON 201||PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS||3.00|
|ECON 202||PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS||3.00|
|FIN 330||PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE||3.00|
|MGMT 201||PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT||3.00|
|MGMT 301||ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR||3.00|
|MGMT 318||HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT||3.00|
|MGMT 410||LABOR MANAGMENT RELATIONS||3.00|
|MKTG 340||PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING||3.00|
A cumulative grade point average of 2.000 is required in the BSAD minor courses.
Institutional and General EducationStudents must complete 120 credits total, with 40 credits upper division. Students will transfer in an AAS or AS degree with at least 15 general education credits. Course requirements in the major will address general education core competencies, thereby fulfilling the remainder of general education requirements.
Specific Graduation Requirements
AIM Bachelor of Applied Science students will be required to complete at least 45 credits at CSU Pueblo and must have at least 40 total upper division credits to graduate.
Disclaimer: The Planning Sheet is designed as a guide for student's planning their course selections. The information on this page provides only a suggested schedule. Actual course selections should be made with the advice and consent of an academic advisor. While accurately portraying the information contained in the college catalog, this form is not considered a legal substitute for that document. Students should become familiar with the catalog in effect at the time in which they entered the institution.
Note: Students are not allowed to count the same courses completed for general education requirements as course requirements in the Early Childhood Education major.