Automotive & Diesel Degree Program (62 Credit Hours)
Automotive & Diesel Technology, 64 weeks
The objective of the Automotive & Diesel Technology program is to train students for positions in the automotive field as well as to train students to pass professional certification examinations. Students should expect to learn to comply with local, state and federal laws pertaining to their field. The program will cover the the fundamentals of both automotive and diesel vehicles, both foreign and domestic. Students will gain knowledge in many automotive areas including automobiles, trucks, gasoline and diesel engine repair, including marine inboard engines and stationary engines, as well as learning diagnostic strategy in related areas. The ultimate goal of the program when combined with experience in the field is to become a master automotive technician. This program will include hands on and classroom training and require an internship in the field in order to complete the program. The program also includes general education work that must be completed in order to graduate.
The program should take about 64 weeks and the total cost including all books, materials, and up to 10 ASE certification exams, is
$22,500.00 $18,100. Successful completion of this program will confer an Associate of Applied Science in Automotive & Diesel Technology.