Automotive Technology

Auto Services Technology
2-4 Semesters

CAREER CLUSTER  TRANSPORTATION 
Pathway Title  Automotive Technology 
High School Courses  Automotive Technology I, II 
College Credits  Intro to Transportation
Braking Systems
Engine Performance
Engine Repair
Steering & Suspension
Electrical & Electronics I 
Industry Certifications  NA3SA Certification
National Automotive
Student Skills
Standards Assessment 
Internships and Work Experiences  Second-semester seniors who have
passed certifications requirements
my be placed in limited internships 
 
WHAT WILL I BE LEARNING IN THIS COLLEGE/CAREER PATHWAY?
  • You will be working on cars and trucks in the auto lab diagnosing malfunctions, disassembling units, performing parts inspections, and practice repairing and replacing parts.
  • Even Year Units of Study: Brakes, electrical systems, and engine performance-part A
  • Odd Year Units of Study: Engine repair, steering & suspension, and engine performance - part B
What career options will this program prepare me to pursue? 
Automotive Service Technician   MACC Graduate  $39,540 avg.
Auto body & Related Repairers  MACC Graduate $44,390 avg.
Heavy Equipment Mechanic Technical Training $48,510 avg.
Automotive Engineer 4-year College  $75,960 avg.



Auto Mechanics Course Outline