|Curt Pervier, Dean |
|143 TC ||685-4677 |
|Fonda Bowen, Division Secretary |
|143 TC ||685-4676 |
|Pete Avalos, Program Chair ||CTB ||620-0246 |
|Faculty || || |
| ||Lance Campbell ||ATC ||681-6349 |
| ||James McCutcheon ||CTB ||620-0246 |
The Automotive Technology program prepares students for careers as Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certified automotive technicians. Midland College is a National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certified program, and the curriculum is designed to prepare students for successful completion of the ASE examinations. Specific areas of training include electrical systems, electronic controls, brake systems, suspension and steering, heating and air conditioning, engine performance, engine repair, manual drive trains and axles, automatic transmissions/transaxles, and automotive shop management. An Associate of Applied Science Degree in Automotive Technology consists of 64-66 semester credit hours and takes approximately two years to complete. Four certificate options are also available consisting of 19-24 semester credit hours and taking approximately one year to complete. Students interested in this program should contact the Technical Studies Division office to obtain additional information and/or acquire a degree or certificate plan.
ProgramsAssociate of Applied ScienceCertificate
Summary of Certificates Offered
In addition to the many degrees offered by Midland College, there are also many certificates that students have to choose from.