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Automotive Technology, A.A.A.S.

The Automotive Technology Associate Degree will prepare you for the in-demand, highly-technical field of automotive diagnosis and repair. You will be ready for entry-level positions and advancement to Master Technician after gaining on-the-job experience.

Be career- and transfer-ready

With your associate degree in automotive technology, you can step into a career where you can advance quickly with experience. Or, you can transfer your credits seamlessly as a junior to Ferris State University to earn a bachelor’s degree in Automotive Management.

Skills-focused training in the most modern technologies

  • Electronic fuel injection.
  • Turbocharging.
  • Rack and pinion steering.
  • Transaxles.
  • McPherson strut suspensions.
  • MOPAR Career Automotive Program (CAP) Local Chrysler training.

Certification and licensing

  • This Automotive Technology Associate Degree is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) to meet the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) standards of quality.
  • When you graduate, you will be awarded  NATEF Automotive Service Technician (AST) certification, and you'll be prepared for the State of Michigan Automotive Mechanic Certification and ASE certification tests.

Program Courses and Requirements


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