The Automotive Technology program introduces students to current automotive systems and related diagnostic and service techniques. Students learn on and about current automotive technology and its use in late model production vehicles. Learning occurs during classroom instruction and lab activities performed in the auto shop. In addition, students develop a strong work ethic and learn professionalism while fulfilling internship requirements at their sponsoring repair facility.
The A.A.S. program offers two paths of study that students may choose from: MOPAR CAP (Career Automotive Program) and Comprehensive.
MCAP students complete FIAT/Chrysler-specific course material and secure a position at a Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, or FIAT dealership as an apprentice technician.
Students following the Comprehensive path learn theory, operation, diagnosis, and service of systems not specific to any particular vehicle manufacturer, and complete internship requirements at an approved independent, franchise, or dealership repair facility.
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