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Automotive Technology

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Automotive Technology provides the graduate with the basic skills and the technical knowledge to diagnose properly and repair late model vehicles, along with problem-solving techniques, and computer diagnosis. Automotive classes/laboratories and academic coursework are taught during the second year of study.

Practical experience is given in the following automotive service and repair areas as recognized by ASE and NATEF: engine repair, automotive transmissions, manual drive trains and axles, suspension and steering, brakes, electrical/electronic systems, heating and air-conditioning systems and engine performance systems.

This is a two-year curriculum that leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology. Students who complete all ATT classes may receive a Technical Certificate if they do not want to complete the required academic classes for an Associate of Applied Sciences degree.

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The Automotive Technology program at EMCC is designed to meet the needs of local and national industry partners: new car dealerships, independent repair shops, fleet repair shops, truck/equipment repair shops, assembly plants, small engine/ATV repair shops and parts retailers.
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Automotive Technology also offers a nine-month career certificate program.

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