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Automotive Technology: AAS, CC

Automotive Technology

Students have two degree options within the Automotive Technology Program. Students can attend one year and obtain a Certificate of Completion or complete two years and obtain an Associate of Applied Science in Automotive Technology.

The Automotive Technology curriculum follows the guidelines established by the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) and the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). The curriculum follows the safety requirements, areas of focus, time frames and recognized task list designed by the above two agencies.

Federal Gainful Employment Information.


With a degree in Automotive Technology, you will be qualified for employment as an Automotive Technician. Employers may include:

  • Automotive Repair  shops
  • Auto Dealership
  • Motorcycle Repair shops
  • Corporate Fleet Maintenance
  • Self-employed Shop Owner
  • Oil Fields
  • Natural gas Industry
  • Green energy Industry

Professional Organizations, Honor Societies, and Clubs

Stan Martineau
Associate Professor – Automotive Technology
Office: Price-McDonald Career Center (MCC) 108
Phone: (435)613-5221
stan.martineau@usu.edu


Advising

CTE Advising - Price
Center for Workforce Development
Office:
Phone: (435) 613-5440
Email: cwd@usu.edu

Schedule an Appointment


Dennis Bradford
Blanding Campus
Office: HSL 111
Phone: (435) 678-8138
Email: dennis.bradford@usu.edu


Renea Palmer
Advising Blanding
Office: HSL 111
Phone: (435) 678-8124
Email: renea.palmer@usu.edu



Department:
- School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education

College:
- College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences

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