Associate in Applied Arts and Sciences
Note: This program is articulated with the bachelor’s degree program in Automotive Management at Ferris State University.**
The Automotive Technology associate’s degree program prepares students for the fast-paced, highly technical field of automotive care and repair. Electronic fuel injection, turbocharging, rack and pinion steering, transaxles and McPherson strut suspensions are a few of the modern technologies that students study in the program.
The first year of the program is arranged in four 7 1/2-week periods and one 3-week Summer session. Courses are structured so that students may enter the program at the beginning of any 7 1/2-week period. With a few exceptions, courses may be taken in any order so that students may plan their program around their job schedule.