The Automotive Technology program provides cutting-edge training for a high-demand industry.
The Associate of Applied Science in automotive technology prepares students to understand the theory of, diagnose and repair engines, transmissions, transaxles, suspension, steering, brake systems, electrical/electronic systems, heating and air conditioning systems, as well as fuel and ignition systems of modern vehicles.
The program is offered with the following three options:
Each option has different admissions requirements based on the policies of the program sponsors. Students admitted to the program in any option complete the same courses with the exception of their final semester.
Students in the General Automotive option may complete either ADT A260 or ADT A295. Students in the Ford ASSET option or the General Motors ASEP option must complete both ADT A260 and ADT A295.