The Automotive Technician is a professional who performs diagnostic tests, routine inspections, repairs and maintenance on cars, trucks, and other vehicles. Entry-level automotive technicians handle computer, electrical and mechanical components in vehicles. This individual will utilize specialized tools and equipment to assess and analyze issues with computer systems and their interaction with the mechanical parts of the vehicle.
The UAMCTM Automotive Service Technology program provides individuals the broad academic and technical education and training necessary to function in today’s automotive industry. The student will study the mechanical, electrical/electronic, and environmental systems of the contemporary automobile and light truck. The graduate will be well prepared for entry-level employment as a career technician within dealership service departments or other major retail or service firms. The academic requirements of the provide a foundation for continued studies should the student decide to pursue additional education or training.
Automotive Service Technology Program Outcomes
|Graduating Year||Retention||Number of Graduates||Job Placement %|
|2022||100%||7||Data will be collected December 2022|
Zendric Turner, III, A.A.S,
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