"GRCC does a great job of preparing students for an in-demand career with unlimited opportunities for growth and pay. A good technician can write their own ticket and live anywhere in the country they choose within reason. Top technicians are making anywhere from $80,000 to over $100,000 per year."
Automotive Technology Degree, A.A.A.S. (Code 922)
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.
Starting at GRCC and transferring the the four-year university of your choice means you will graduate with less debt.
The GRCC Automotive Technology associate’s degree program will prepare you for the fast-paced, highly technical field of automotive care and repair. Here is a short list of the the modern technologies that you will study:
- Electronic fuel injection
- Rack and pinion steering
- McPherson strut suspensions
- MOPAR Career Automotive Program (CAP) Local Chrysler training.
Get the skills you need to become a licensed Automotive Mechanic in the State of Michigan, which includes:
- Training necessary for certification in the eight of the required repair categories.
- Preparation for your Michigan Master Mechanic certification.
You will also be ready to take ASE
Go at your own pace
This flexible degree can be taken part-time with day or evening classes. If you plan to attend full-time you can graduate in two years.
Learn more about the GRCC automotive technology program!