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Automobile engineering in a diploma program focuses on the design, development, manufacturing, and maintenance of vehicles such as cars, trucks, motorcycles, and other types of automobiles. Students in this program study a range of topics including automotive mechanics, vehicle systems, automotive technology, vehicle dynamics, engine design, materials science, and computer-aided design (CAD).

The curriculum typically includes both theoretical knowledge and hands-on practical experience in areas such as engine performance, steering and suspension systems, brakes, transmissions, and electrical systems. Students also learn about emerging technologies in the automotive industry such as hybrid and electric vehicles, autonomous driving systems, and advanced safety features.

Upon completion of a diploma program in automobile engineering, graduates can pursue careers as automotive technicians, automotive engineers, vehicle maintenance technicians, and other related roles in the automotive industry. This program provides students with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in a fast-paced and constantly evolving field.