The Automotive Technology program is a technical program beginning in Fall, Spring and Summer semesters of each year. 

A student receiving a degree, Level I, or Level II certificate must complete the capstone requirements. Completion of Cisco College Auto Technology coursework prepares students to take the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence certification exam.

Prerequisites

There is no special selection criteria for this program.

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About this Program

Degrees & Certifications Program Length
Associate of Applied Science Four semesters
Automotive Technology Level II Certificate Four semesters
Automotive Performance Level I Certificate Two semesters
Automotive Drivability Level I Certificate Two semesters

What Can This Program Do For You

  • Automotive Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree Plan
    First SemesterSecond Semester
    AUMT 1305 Intro to Automotive Tech3AUMT 2417 Engine Performance Analysis I4
    AUMT 1407 Auto Electrical Systems4AUMT 2443 Emissions Systems Diagnostics4
    AUMT 1419 Automotive Engine Repair4AUMT 2313 Manual Drive Train & Axles3
    PSYC 2301 OR BCIS 13053SOCI 1301 Intro to Sociology3
    Language, Philosophy & Culture Elective*3
    TOTAL14TOTAL17

    *See core curriculum course options

    Some students may need preparatory courses in English, Reading, or Math. Courses numbered below 1000 will not apply toward a certificate or degree.


  • Automotive Technology Level II Certificate Plan
    First SemesterSecond Semester
    AUMT 1305 Intro to Automotive Tech3AUMT 2417 Engine Performance Analysis I4
    AUMT 1407 Auto Electrical Systems4AUMT 2434 Adv. Emission Systems Diagnostics4
    AUMT 1419 Automotive Engine Repair4AUMT 2313 Manual Drive Trains & Axles3
    TOTAL11TOTAL11
    Third SemesterFourth Semester
    AUMT 1410 Automotive Brake Systems4AUMT 1445 Auto Climate Control4
    AUMT 1416 Suspension & Steering4AUMT 2325 Automatic Trans. & Transaxle3
    AUMT 2434 Engine Performance Analysis4AUMT 2421 Auto Electrical Diagnostics & Repair4
    TOTAL12TOTAL11
    TOTAL CERTIFICATE HOURS45


  • Automotive Performance Level I Certificate Plan
    First SemesterSecond Semester
    AUMT 1305 Intro to Automotive Tech3AUMT 1407 Auto Electrical Systems4
    AUMT 1419 Automotive Engine Repair4AUMT 2313 Manual Drive Train & Axles3
    AUMT 2417 Engine Performance Analysis4AUMT 2434 Engine Performance Analysis II4
    TOTAL11TOTAL11
    TOTAL CERTIFICATE HOURS22
  • Automotive Drivability Level I Certificate Plan
    First SemesterSecond Semester
    AUMT 1410 Automotive Brake Systems4AUMT 1445 Auto Climate Control4
    AUMT 1416 Suspension & Steering4AUMT 2325 Automatic Trans. & Transaxle3
    AUMT 1419 Automotive Engine Repair4AUMT 2421 Auto Electrical Diag. & Repair4
    AUMT 2443 Adv. Emission Systems Diagnostics4
    TOTAL16TOTAL11
    TOTAL CERTIFICATE HOURS27
  • Automotive Technology Marketable Skills Award Plan
    First Semester
    AUMT 1419 Automotive Brake System4
    AUMT 2416 Suspension & Steering4
    AUMT 2417 Engine Performance Analysis I4
    TOTAL AWARD HOURS16
  • Potential Career Paths
    • Automotive Mechanic
    • Automotive Body Repair
    • Diesel Mechanic
  • Salary Information

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Meet the Faculty

Russell Allen

Adjunct Instructor - Auto Tech
Abilene Campus
russell.allen@cisco.edu

Roy Call

Instructor of Automotive Technology
Abilene Campus
(325) 794-4425
roy.call@cisco.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Jim Corbett

Adjunct Instructor - Auto Tech
Abilene Campus
jim.corbett@cisco.edu

Scott Hetrick

Professor of Automotive Technology
Cisco Campus
(254) 442-5156
scott.hetrick@cisco.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Mark Vance

Adjunct Instructor - Auto Mechanics
Abilene Campus
mark.vance@cisco.edu