Automotive Technology

Students in Automotive Technology

Course Description

Automotive Technology is a performance-based course. Students work at their own pace to achieve competence in the performance objective. Upon completion, students may obtain and be successful at an entry-level job related to automotive technology. The classroom environment simulates a live automotive shop. Students work on real customers’ vehicles to learn the techniques and procedures needed to repair today’s vehicles. Safety, work ethics, teamwork and related academic skills are taught.


Automotive Technology

Program LengthProgram TimesHigh School Credits
Four SemestersAM: 8:20-10:50
PM: 1:15-3:50
15 Elective Credits
College Credit
Semester 1aSemester 2aSemester 1bSemester 2b
ASE 1002
Intro to the Automotive Shop
(2 credits)

ASE 1010
Brakes I
(2 credits)
ASE 2010
Auto PWR/ABS Brakes
(2 credits)
ASE 1002
Intro to the Automotive Shop
(2 credits)

ASE 1030
General Engine (2 credits)

ASE 1040
Suspension and Steering I
(2 credits)
ASE 1061
Engine Repair
(3 credits)

ASE 1041
Suspension and Steering II
(2 credits)

Capstone completion: Capstone can be achieved in 4 semesters and passing 3 industry certifications.

Industry Certifications

ASE Entry Level Cert (Total of three tests; Brakes, Engines, and MLR)

Related Careers
  • Automotive Repair
  • Service Writer
  • Diesel Mechanic
  • Parts Technician
  • Aerospace Mechanic
Automotive Technology Faculty

Speak with your school counselor about attending part-time or contact CEC CounselorZachary Williams for more information.