Automotive Technology

Location: UAFS Campus

  • Two Year Program

  • 42 College Credit Hours

  • Morning & Afternoon Options

  • Morning Diesel Option

  • Learn the skills necessary to inspect,
    maintain and repair vehicles

 

 

Automotive Technology students learn the skills needed to inspect, maintain, and repair automotive engines and complex vehicle computer systems to obtain a career as an entry level automotive technician. Successful completion of the courses can lead to certification by the National Institute for Automotive Services Excellence (ASE). The Automotive Technology program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation, Inc. (NATEF).

Fall Semester
1st Year
Spring Semester
1st Year
Fall Semester
2nd Year
Spring Semester
2nd Year
Automotive Theory & Maintenance Automotive Electrical Systems Intro to Transmissions & Drive Trains Emission Control Systems
Braking Systems Automotive Engines Suspension & Steering Automotive A/C & Heating
ASE Standards Lab I ASE Standards Lab II ASE Standards Lab III ASE Standards Lab IV

(Sample schedule only, student’s schedule may vary)