The Automotive Technology program, fully accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), provides state-of-the-art training for skilled, entry-level automobile service technicians. Upon graduation, a student will have the knowledge and skills necessary to isolate and correct specific automotive problems.
Employment opportunities for graduates of the certificate program may exist as semi-skilled automotive technicians in the automotive industry. Graduates of the technical program may qualify as automotive electronics technicians or assistant diagnostic technicians in the automotive industry. Students will complete ASE National Certifications. General and Chrysler MOPAR CAP students will be administered the eight (8) standard ASE student tests following completion of the program.
The Chrylser MOPAR College Automotive Program (CAP), a two-year associate degree program, is designed to teach late-model Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicle technology. ASE student tests will be administered. CAP students will co-op with a Chrysler, Dodge, or Jeep dealership. All students accepted in the Chrysler MOPAR CAP program must obtain and maintain a sponsorship with a qualified dealership.
Individuals interested should contact program instructor(s). Admission to the program is competitive. Due to course sequencing, new students begin in the Fall semester. Students are required to provide their own tools.