Associate in Applied Science, 66 Credits
If the hum of a smooth running engine gets you revved up, read on. Imagine the feeling of accomplishment from being able to diagnose and repair automotive problems. Automotive Service Technology students will develop knowledge and skills in electronics, drive axle and drive train repair, engine and transmission diagnosis and repair, steering, suspension and brake systems, fuel systems, electronic engine control diagnosis and drivability. This hands-on program is designed to give students intensive training and experience in the diagnosis, repair and service of current, as well as, past vehicle models
The ASE-master-certified teachers keep up with the latest technology changes and regularly receive advanced training from vehicle manufacturers and aftermarket suppliers. Small class sizes, plus an excellent shop, add to the ideal learning environment.
This program is NATEF (National Automotive Technician Educational Foundation) Accredited and has strong ties to the industry and their advisory committee.
Graduates will discover an open road when it comes to career opportunities. There is high demand for well-trained technicians. Choices for entry-level jobs include: service technicians for auto dealerships, independent shops or franchise service shops, parts salesmen and service writers. There is plenty of room for advancement to shop owner, service manager to research and development and company service representatives. A program advisor will be happy to give you direction that will put you on track to achieve your goals.
NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) Certification
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