Develops quality repair and service technicians for the transportation industries. The automotive service certificate prepares students for positions in automotive servicing, parts sales, and service.
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|Total Credits Required for Degree||48|
|Choose one pathway from the following:|
|Includes completion of technical foundation and all AUT courses listed below for employment in the automotive technician pathway.|
|Mobile Equipment Technician*||24|
|Course selection determined by faculty, student, and industry representative resulting in specific training for outcomes not attainable by another established automotive major. This pathway requires all courses listed under the technical foundation plus a combination of AUT courses listed in pathway 1 and specialty courses listed below. Specialty courses not listed below may be considered at the d|
|AUT 295 Special Topics||4|
*Students must have a minimum grade of “C” and a grade point average of 2.25 for all technical concentration courses.