Automotive Technology

Northwest  Mississippi Community College is proud to offer a two-to-three  semester career and/or technical certificate and a four semester Associates of Applied Sciences degree in Automotive Technology at our Senatobia campus. The Chrysler MOPAR College Automotive Program (CAP) is a two- year associate degree program on the Senatobia campus that is designed to teach late-model Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicle technology. All program pathways are fully accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). 

  • Location:  Senatobia campus only

  • Fall enrollment only 

How do I get into the Automotive Technology program?

  • Complete an Application for Admissions to the college.

  • Complete an Application to the Automotive Technology program.

  • Have a high school diploma or GED/HISET equivalency on file with the admissions office

  • Have official ACT scores on file with the admissions office

  • Confirm with the admissions office that high school transcript or GED/HISET transcript and all previous college course transcripts have been received in the admissions office.Pay any outstanding balances to Northwest MS Community College or any other college. 

  • Submit a current negative 5-panel drug screen after July 15th.  (Drug Screen Policy & Test Result Form)

Admissions to the college does not guarantee admissions to the program of study.

How do I get into the Chrysler MOPAR College Automotive Program (CAP) program?

  • Complete an Application for Admissions to the college.
  • Complete an Application to the Chrysler CAP  Program.
  • Have a high school diploma or GED/HISET equivalency on file with the admissions office
  • Have official ACT scores on file with the admissions office
  • Students must have a minimum composite ACT score of 15 
  • Confirm with the admissions office that high school transcript or GED/HISET transcript and all previous college course transcripts have been received in the admissions office.
  • Pay any outstanding balances to Northwest MS Community College or any other college. 
  • Submit a current negative 5-panel drug screen after July 15th.  (Drug Screen Policy & Test Result Form)

Admissions to the college does not guarantee admissions to the program of study. 

 

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