Our facilities have the latest in technology, from handheld scanners to computerized alignment and diagnostic equipment. As a student, you will learn to diagnose and correct problems, repair and replace parts, and make adjustments to all systems.
L&C’s Associate in Applied Science degree and certificate programs give you the edge in competing for the best jobs in the automotive industry.
With this added training from L&C, your career opportunities can expand beyond automotive service technician to specialist, service manager, equipment and tool sales and/or service representatives, as well as automotive parts related occupations.
The Automotive Technology program at Lewis and Clark Community College has received accreditation by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF), a non-profit, independent organization that evaluates and accredits entry-level technician training programs against standards developed by the automotive industry.
Automotive Technology | AAS degree
Automotive Drive Line, Suspension & Brakes | Certificate of Proficiency
Automotive Performance, Accessories and Electrical | Certificate of Proficiency
Undercar Specialist | Certificate of Completion
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*This is only meant as a guide. Please see an advisor when planning your courses.
Dylan M. Kiehna Automotive Technology Scholarship