The Automotive Technology Program is committed to producing entry-level automotive technicians. Paired with general education units you can graduate with an Associate in Science Degree in All Automotive Systems.
The All Automotive Systems Certificate of Achievement is the broadest of our certificates, offering a strong foundation in the major concepts and skills of automotive technology. Upon successful completion of the curriculum you receive one year of industry credit towards your ASE credential. The program has NATEF Student Certification Exams that are part of the curricula, which helps with the mastery of the National ASE test. With a strong Automotive Advisory Board & ASCCA (Automotive Service Council of CA) membership we offer an excellent opportunity for career placement.
Our program and instructors meet strict industry standards and are NATEF/ASE certified in MAST (Master Automotive Service Technician) & MLR (Maintenance & Light Repair – Summer 2016).
Programs and Degrees
Certificates of AchievementOur Certificates of Achievement give you the knowledge and training you need to enter a specialized career or enhance your skills for advancement in your job. Certificates (18+ units), combined with the completion of General Education coursework may also be applied to an Associate Degree to further increase your employability.
- All Automotive Systems
- Electrical Systems Technician
- Engine Performance Technician
- Powertrain Technician
- Undercar Technician
- Underhood Technician
Associate in Science DegreeA Career Technical Education Degree prepares you with the unique skills needed to enter a specialized career field. You may also choose to continue your studies and earn a Bachelor degree in a related field.
When earning an AS degree in Automotive Technology, you will choose one of the above Certificate of Achievements as your major. In addition to the Certificate Requirements, you will need to complete the general education requirements for an AS degree