The Automotive Technology program is a two-year program.
The program follows the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) standards.
The curriculum and standards that are incorporated into Automotive Technology programs allow students the opportunity to learn the trade through a series of tasks and assessments in the areas of: Brakes, Electrical/Electronic systems, Engine performance, Suspension and Steering, and other additional areas.
The Automotive Technology program provides students with a classroom segment and hands-on work. Students work daily on customer vehicles that have been scheduled for repairs as well as practice vehicles.
Upon graduation, students have the opportunity to work as entry-level technicians, mechanics, brake specialist, electronic technicians, as assistant service managers and as sales people in the automotive parts supply business. They can apply for a student ASE certification while enrolled in the program and upon graduation they can apply for full ASE certification while working within the automotive industry.