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.
Please see pp 89-91 in the Cisco College Course Catalog for specific course requirements.
There are no special selection criteria for this program.
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
Potential Career Paths
- Automotive Mechanic
- Automotive Body Repair
- Diesel Mechanic
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- The Bureau of Labor Statistics ‘Occupational Outlook Handbook’ can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.
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