As an Automotive technology student, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot, repair and maintain vehicles using professional-grade equipment and working on school-owned trucks and automobiles. This two-year program gives you both classroom knowledge and hands-on experience working on engine, drivetrain, fuel, electrical, brake, suspension, and steering systems. The Automotive Technology program follows National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) standards, and prepares you to attain your Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification.
This CTE program is available at:
Sample Career Pathways for Automotive Technology Graduates (Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics)
|Job Title||Projected Job Growth Through 2028||Average Yearly Salary|
|Vehicle & Mobile Equipment Mechanic||7,900||$51,590|
|Auto Body Technician||7,300||$42,350|
|Diesel Service Technicians||13,800||$48,500|