Automotive Service Management Technology (A.A.S.)

The Automotive Service Management Technology Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) will prepare you for employment as a service technician in the automotive service industry. This two-year training, selective access program, is hands-on and teaches you to locate problems and repair and service engines, fuel, emission, steering and suspension systems, brakes, drive trains and transmissions.

Using a combination of theory and practical instruction, students will be capable and comfortable with high-tech electronic engine controls and electrical and computerized systems upon completion. Safe, efficient work practices are also part of the excellent all-around instruction.

Degree: Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.)
Credit Hours: 68 Credits
Online Program : No
Program Code: A236
Financial Aid Eligible : Yes
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Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completing this program, students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in the following program learning outcomes:

  • Students will communicate information effectively to others
  • Students will apply analytical critical thinking and problem-solving skills to financial information
  • Students will analyze, record, and report financial information for external users in accordance with accounting principles, government regulations, and professional standards
  • Students will analyze and report internal business and financial information to facilitate management of business operations

Hands-On Learning

Career Options

The Automotive Service Management Technology program prepares students for a job as an expert auto and light truck technician. Upon completion of the program, students will be comfortable with high-tech electronic engine controls and electrical and computerized systems. Safe, efficient work practices and “people skills” are part of the excellent all-around instruction.

Program Notice

A poor driving record, certain felony convictions, or not having a regular unrestricted driver’s license will adversely affect your employment opportunities as an automotive technician. Students are strongly encouraged to explore employment eligibility requirements for any career field before choosing and starting a program of study.