Explore Automotive Technology at Bay College
Why Automotive Technology?
Graduates of the Automotive Technology degree will be prepared to enter the workforce and begin a career as a technician in the automotive industry. The automotive industry is young, healthy, and growing. The industry offers many challenging, exciting, and profitable careers. Demand is increasing for trained technicians who have the knowledge and skill to service changing and improved products.
Why Bay College?
The Automotive Technology program is designed to provide a combination of theoretical and practical skills to enable graduates to move rapidly in their chosen occupational field. Students learn to apply automotive operating principles and to diagnosis malfunctions in automotive systems. The program emphasizes the development of skills in service, repairs, and diagnostic procedures. The program also provides an opportunity for students to prepare themselves for technician certification exams, which are required by law with state regulations.
Certificate and Degree Information
- Automotive Maintenance Technician (Certificate)
- Automotive Master Technician (Certificate)
- Automotive Technology (AAS Degree)
Certificate and Degree Options
|Certificate/Degree||Completion Credits||Contact Hours|
|Automotive Master Technician (Certificate)||36.00|
|Automotive Maintenance Technician (Certificate)||36.00|
|Automotive Engineer Technology||60.00|
Beyond Bay College
Students interested in transferring to a four-year institution to obtain a bachelor's degree or higher may find opportunities in the following areas of study:
- Automotive Management
- Automotive Engineering Technology
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