Automotive Technology

Automotive Service is rapidly increasing in sophistication and most employers strongly recommend that people seeking work in automotive service complete a formal training program. Our program is NATEF Certified, which means you get high quality training from ASE Certified Technicians.

Where can I work?

  • Automotive repair and maintenance shops
  • Automotive dealers
  • Automotive parts stores
  • Automotive equipment rental and leasing companies
  • Federal, State, and local governments
  • Self employment

How much will I earn?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the national median annual wage for occupations in this area of study is $36,180. Find Out More| Gainful Employment Disclosure Information

How long will it take to complete the program?

Student with VoltometerThis program usually takes 4 semesters to complete.

What are the program options?

Associate in Applied Science Degree

  • Automotive Technician
    • Automotive Technician Track



  • Automotive Air Condition Mechanic
  • Automotive Electrician
  • Automatic Transmission/Transaxle Technician
  • Brake Repairer
  • Engine Repairer
  • Front End Mechanic
  • Manual Transmission & Drive Train Technician
  • Tune Up Mechanic

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