2 years
Jan May Sep
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About this course

Advancements in technology have greatly affected today’s automotive technician. Being a good mechanic is not enough. Today a technician must possess excellent mechanical skills, be knowledgeable of electronics, be able to diagnose complex problems, and be committed to keeping pace with future advancements. More than 100,000 jobs are available to qualified applicants, but technical training and hands-on experience are required. Students are trained on late-model vehicles with modern equipment used in a classroom and laboratory setting. Students must purchase their own books, supplies, and tools as required on the tool list.

Entry Requirements

  • A minimum score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam (500 on the paper –based test, or 173 on the computer-based test, or 61 on the Internet-based test.