Automotive Technology will focus on training students to be highly skilled and respected technicians in this career field, known for having reliable job opportunities. Students will gain better traction in employment pursuits through this formal automotive training in the maintenance and repair of automobiles and light trucks. Today's vehicles are more advanced than ever. This program provides training that lets the student practice skills directly on the types of cars and trucks encountered in actual repair shops.
The Automotive Technology program meets the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) standards of quality for the training of automobile technicians, and the program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).
Requirements: 49 hours
AST 1204 Automatic Transmissions
AST 2104 Brakes
AST 2204 Suspension and Steering
AST 2304 Automotive Electrical Application
AST 2404 Manual Transmissions/Transaxles
AST 2504 Engine Performance I
AST 2604 Engine Performance II
AST 2704 Automotive Climate Control
AST 2804 Engine Rebuild
COM 1003 Career Communications
MATH 1013 Technical Mathematics A
IET 1002 Introduction to General Electronics I
IET 2002 Introduction to General Electronics II
Classes will be held August to May, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Estimated cost: $7,000 includes tuition, books, fees and supplies
Dean Querry, Instructor 501-207-6223 ddquerry
Miranda Harmon, Assistant 501-207-6213 msharmon