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Automotive Technology

We all know today’s automobiles are “super smart," hence the need for "super smart" technicians. These days, electronic devices control 85 percent of all vehicle functions, including fuel management, ignition, electric shift transmissions, ABS brakes and climate control.

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.

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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.

Offerings

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.

Scholarships

Dylan M. Kiehna Automotive Technology Scholarship

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Automotive Technology AAS