The automotive service technician works in an exciting and technologically advanced industry. In this program, you are trained in a hands-on laboratory setting equipped with modern diagnostic and service equipment to perform the diagnostic, repair, and maintenance procedures necessary to keep today's vehicles operating properly. You will develop the knowledge and skills related to workplace safety, employability practices, and the diagnosis and repair of engine mechanical components, steering, suspension and alignment, brakes, manual drive lines and axles, electrical and electronic systems, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, automatic transmissions/trans axles and proper engine performance.
Students entering this program benefit from having a mechanical aptitude and the ability to comprehend written service manual literature.
Professional Automotive Service Technology Program
Randal Klitzke, Assistant Professor
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