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Automotive Technology

Autumotive Technology

Whether you already have experience in automotives or are brand new to the field, Snow College prepares students to graduate ready to join a quickly changing industry. At Snow, students can earn their Associates of Applied Science in Automotive Tech, or choose between a variety of specialized certificates. In this two and a half year program, students learn in a hands-on shop environment from professors who are experienced and talented.

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Skills Taught

  • operation, function, diagnosis, and repair of internal combustion engines and their related fuel, ignition, and emissions systems
  • electrical theory including the operation and function of electrical circuits, electrical components, and the diagnosis and repair of these circuits
  • operation, function, diagnosis, and repair of components used in the drivetrain of automobiles, ie: transmissions, transaxles, transfer cases, differentials, etc
  • operation, function, diagnosis, and repair of components used in the suspension and braking system of automobiles
  • operation, function, diagnosis, and repair of components used in the suspension and braking system of automobiles
One Semester

One Semester

Certificate of Proficiency in Maintenance and Light Repair

Certificate of Proficiency in Electronics and Computerized Engine Controls

Certificate of Proficiency in Engine Performance, Engine Repair, and Automatic Transmissions

Certificate of proficiency in Chassis, Drivetrains, and HVAC

Two Year

2½ years (64 credits min.)

Associate of Applied Science

Tuition

Tuition*

$2700

Student Fees

$337.50

* Tuition and fees are subject to change.

Tools

Tools

$ (approximate)

Books

Books

$ per year (approximate)

Fall Semester

Fall

Spring Semester

Spring

Summer Semester

Summer

Students may start this program at the beginning of fall, spring, or summer semester. (August, January, May)

Salary

$42,092

Annual Median Salary

Location

Richfield Campus

Richfield Campus