Automotive Technology

What You’ll Learn

Students have the opportunity to gain skills through intensive hands-on and quality instruction, while working alongside master ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) technicians in a full-service, interactive automotive lab designed to simulate current industry standards. Students will gain core and fundamental skills through advanced diagnosis and repair strategies in safety, customer service, engine repair, automatic trans/transaxle, manual drivetrain and axles, suspension and steering, brakes, electrical/electronic systems, heating and air conditioning, engine performance, diesel engine theory, and work ethic.

The Maintenance Light Repair (MLR) track is a 2 year program that provides students with a fundamental skill set, preparation for a post-secondary program, a concentration on gaining entry-level certifications, and or entry-level internship opportunities. The Master Automotive Service Technology (MAST) track is an Advanced 2 ½ year program that provides students with a postsecondary curriculum, a concentration on gaining professional certifications, paid career and internship opportunities, industry sponsorship, and up to one year of college credits toward a 2-year degree. The MAST curriculum is currently only offered at the NE Campus.

Licenses/Certificates Available

  • National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certification
  • Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification



Northeast Campus • Randy Maddock, Counselor • 248.451.2710 •

Northwest Campus • Anne George, Counselor • 248.922.5802 •

Southeast Campus • Angela Haley, Counselor • 248.288.4020 •

Southwest Campus • Amy Flynn, Counselor • 248.668.5608 •