Automotive Technology

Description of program

In the Automotive Technology program, students are given instruction in automotive systems and the different parts of a vehicle. Students also learn electrical and electronics related to automotive systems as well as the newest autonomous systems connected to the newer vehicles on the road today.

If you enjoy working with your hands and have problem solving and analytical skills, you will excel in this profession.

A typical student will learn by involvement in detailed, hands-on projects, as well as analytical thinking and problem solving techniques.

This program is a great introduction to and preparation for the following careers:

Automotive Technician, Maintenance Mechanic, Mechanical Associate, Researcher, Shop Foreman, Team Leader, Auto Shop Owner, Automotive Parts Specialist, and many more.

Students can earn ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certification, which is a nationally recognized certification that will guaranty you a position in the field in which you certify.


Automotive Master Mechanic – $62,880

Coursework and descriptions:

  • Engine Repair
  • Engine Performance
  • Electrical/Electronics
  • Brakes and Brake Systems
  • Steering and Suspension
  • Tire Repair
  • HVAC (Automotive Air Conditioning and Heating Repair)
  • Transmission Repair (Manual and Automatic)
  • Diesel Repair

Here’s something else that makes this coursework exciting:

This is a growing program due to the vast needs in the transportation industry. For example, by the year 2026 the industry will need 46,000 more automotive technicians. Upon completion of the program, the student is cross trained in many areas of the transportation industry. This means there is a wide array of jobs for which the student is qualified. Whether the student is interested in cars, trucks, trains, planes, spaceships or just having the knowledge and ability to be able to work on his or her own personal vehicle, Automotive Technology is a start in the right direction.

For more information on this program, contact:

Scott Greene