The Automotive Technology program is a hands-on training facility with a state-of-the art support lab, a computer training lab and an engine training lab. Students will use the main support lab to learn vehicle theory and operation, in addition to repair techniques using equipment such as the Snap-on Diagnostic Scan Tool, Hunter Four-Wheel Alignment System, and much more. The students will also have the ability to work on several trainer vehicles as well as an opportunity to do repair work on personal vehicles.
The majority of the student's time will consist of practical hands-on application through the NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) curriculum. Students can graduate with ASE industry certifications and have often started their career through a co-op or internship during the program.