You learn to perform a wide range of diagnostics, repairs, and preventative maintenance on automobiles and light trucks. For instance, you will have extensive hands-on training in engine overhaul, manual and automatic drive train, front-end alignment, brake service and repair, fuel systems, ignition systems, and air conditioning. Throughout the program, you may take Snap On and MoparCAP industry certifications.
Upon completion you will be prepared for entry-level employment as a skilled technician in the automotive service and repair industry.
This curriculum has been certified by the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF).
To get things started, apply online. Be sure to also complete the online orientation, activate a WebAdvisor account and student email.
Once you have a student ID number, call 442-8273 to schedule an appointment with a counselor in the Applied Technology Office.
Counselors are available in the Applied Technology Division Office to assist students with creating a Student Education Plan for an Automotive Degree or Certificate.