The Automotive Technologies Associate of Science degree program offers students the opportunity to learn the academic and occupational skills needed by entry-level technicians in the automotive industry. The degree is National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified, a member of the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3), and a Local Mopar College Automotive Program (CAP). The curriculum was developed with industry guidance and prepares students with foundation courses. Career paths in this discipline include automotive service technician, automotive service consultants, automotive parts sales people, vehicle modifiers in the alternate fuels and fuel cells. The College also offers several certificates of achievement for students who want to specialize in the aforementioned areas.

Required Classes

Course Class Credits
AUTO 000 Refer to college catalog page 102 to obtain a list of required courses and credits

Specialties

Automotive Air Conditioning
Automotive Electrical
Automotive Emissions
Automotive Engine Management
Automotive Transmission and Axle
General Automotive Service
Steering, Suspension, and Alignment
Automotive Alternative Fuels