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2020-2021 Catalog 
2020-2021 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Automotive Technology

Lincoln and Milford Campuses

Program Mission Statement:

The mission of the Automotive Technology program is to prepare individuals for employment as high quality entry-level technicians in the automotive repair field.

Types of Jobs Available

Diagnostic and repair of all areas of the vehicle, including all aspects of engine repair, transmissions, suspension systems, brakes, electrical/electronics, heating and air conditioning and drivability.

  • Service writer
  • Repair technician
  • Service manager
  • Warranty clerk
  • Parts counter personnel
  • Sales associate

Activities in this area include disassembly and reassembly of mechanical and electrical systems, researching service information using manuals or computer-based programs, using an extensive array of hand tools and diagnostic equipment, writing, speaking, and basic math skills.

Program graduates are employed in dealerships, independent shops, fleet service facilities, and owner/operator shops.

Program Overview

This program is located on the Lincoln and Milford campuses. Upon completion of the Associate of Applied Science degree, graduates will have earned one year toward the two-year ASE certification.

For more information contact:
Barry Smith, Program Director
402-437-2643, (800) 642-4075 ext. 2643

or the College Admissions Office
Lincoln 402-437-2600, 800-642-4075 ext. 2600
Milford 402-761-8243, 800-933-7223 ext. 8243

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This program is accredited by the ASE Education Foundation, 1503 Edwards Ferry Rd., NE, Ste. 401 Leesburg, VA 20176, 703-669-6650, www.aseeducation.org

The Automotive Technology program is nationally recognized and is certified by the ASE Education Foundation, and is led by Automotive Service Excellence-certified instructors. The program provides students the fundamental knowledge and experience needed to become entry-level technicians in the automotive industry.

Special Program Requirements

A grade of C or higher in all AUTT courses is needed to progress through the program.