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Automotive - Automotive Service Technology

Learn the hands-on skills you need to work in the automotive field and earn a degree, too. This associate in applied science degree program includes classes in brakes, electrical, engine performance and repair, suspensions and steering, automatic transmissions, heating and air conditioning, manual drivetrain and axles. In addition, you’ll take classes in math, science, communications, humanities and social science.

Classes are offered both days and evenings to fit your schedule. You’ll use the latest technology and diagnostic equipment to work on real cars for real customers in NMC’s 13-bay auto shop. In-house testing for state certification completes the program.

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In the News:

Drive To Succeed: Making Auto Techs At NMC

“There’s never been a greater need for automotive technicians,” (instructor and program coordinator Wayne) Moody said. “Most people don’t work on their own cars; the skill set required these days is so much more.”

January 14, 2017

Former NMC Auto Tech Student Shines In High-Tech Tesla Career

October 2016

Critical Shortage Getting Worse: Area Car Dealerships, Garages Struggle To Find Enough Auto Techs

October 2016

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