Learn how to troubleshoot automotive problems of all kinds using the latest engine analyzers, handheld scanners, and other computerized diagnostic equipment. Students learn everything from basic engine systems to computerized fuel injection, anti-lock brakes, passenger restraint systems, computerized engine controls, and much more. 

Courses included in this three-semester program include Intro to Automotive Technology, Brakes, Electronics, Transmission, Transaxle and Manual Drives, Engine Performance, Steering and Suspension, Engine Repair, and Heating and Air Conditioning. Graduates earn a technical diploma.

Here are a few facts about the automotive industry – 

  • The annual wage for auto technicians is $34,130.
  • Graduates go to work as automotive mechanics, service technicians, body and glass repairmen, and small engine mechanics

Get started with us today and be on your way to a great career in the automotive industry.

1 Submit Documentation

Including a completed online application and admission requirements. Returning students who have missed a fall or spring semester must complete a new application.

2 Paying for college

Once you’re admitted, find a financial aid option that’s right for you. In addition to awarding more than $80,000 in scholarships each year, SLCC accepts TOPS, offers convenient payment plans for more manageable tuition, and places students in campus jobs through the Federal Work Study program.

3 Paying for College

Our attractive tuition and payment options make college affordable.  In addition to offering more than $80,000 in scholarships each year, SLCC accepts TOPS, offers grants, provides convenient installment plans, and places students in campus jobs through our Federal Work Study program.  Find a financial aid option that is right for you.