Associate Degree (Credit)
The Automotive Technology associate degree program prepares students for the fast-paced, highly technical field of automotive care and repair. Electronic fuel injection, turbocharging, rack and pinion steering, transaxles and McPherson strut suspensions are a few of the modern technologies that students study in the program.
In fewer than ten months, this program gives students the training necessary to fill jobs as beginning automotive mechanics.
Job Training Certificate (Non-Credit)
The Automotive Technician is a job training program required to be certified and licensed in the State of Michigan as a mechanic.