Automotive Technician

  • The Automotive Technician Program covers brakes, steering and suspension, drive trains, engine repair and performance, electrical and computers, and heating & air conditioning. The program is certified for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). Students completing the program are eligible to sit for the ASE exams immediately rather than first working for 2 years. Qualified students will work with area automotive agencies for a minimum of 120-hours during the externship. The automotive shop includes the latest in equipment and computer programs for diagnostics. Environmental emissions are also covered. Prepare to start a new career or update your skills to become your own employer.


What can I do when I graduate?
  1. Obtain entry-level employment as a student ASE certified technician
  2. Dealerships
  3. Independent repair shops
  4. Auto specialty shops
  5. Fast lube centers
  6. Parts stores
What would I do in this class?
  1. Safety standards
  2. Basic electrical
  3. Basic engines
  4. Engine performance
  5. Fuel and emissions
  6. Basic Scantool diagnosis
  7. Brakes
  8. Suspension and steering
What can I do with further training?
  1. Diagnostic specialist
  2. Heating/air conditioning specialist
  3. Tune-up technician
  4. Front end/Suspension technician
  5. Service estimator
  6. Service advisor

Program Quick Facts

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Books used in this class which are already included in fees:

ISBN#                                     Title                                                                Cost

978-1-1336-1231-5                 Automotive Technology: A Systems Approach         $172.95          





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Class Time

  • M, T, W, Th: 3:00 pm -10:00 pm

Class Duration

  • August 29, 2017 - May 2018

Total Cost

  • Tuition $6095
  • Lab fees $1,860
  • TOTAL $7,955