Top Associates of Applied Science in Automotive Engineering
An Associate of Applied Science is ideal for students who prefer a hands-on approach to learning. With an AAS, students take classes that prepare them for careers requiring entry-level knowledge, specialized skills and a high level of competency.
In an automotive engineering program, students have the opportunity to learn about an array of methodological operating systems that are present throughout the industrial engineering industry. This may support their studies as they pursue courses that may cover topics like mechanics, materials, energy and management.
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The National Automotive Technology Education Foundation (NATEF) certified Automotive Technology programs prepare students for a range of employment opportunities. Courses
The National Automotive Technology Education Foundation (NATEF) certified Automotive Technology programs prepare students for a range of employment opportunities. Courses in the automotive drivability systems degree program are designed to give the student experience in base automotive technology with a focus on automotive electrical, computer, and engine performance. This program can be used to prepare the student for entry level employment or to further the skills of currently working technicians. It can be taken alone or in conjunction withother automotive related courses and is designed to complement the automotive undercar systems AAS for those students that wish to receive a dual associate degree with minimal additional credit hours. Some of the automotive technology programs transfer to four-year colleges and universities. To explore transfer opportunities, please see a counselor....
This program is certified by the National
Institute for Automotive Excellence for ASE
Master Technician certification. Individuals
possessing ASE certifications should co
Associate in Applied Science
Career Pathway: Engineering, Manufacturing and Industrial Technology
Career Cluster: Transportation, Distribution and Logistics
NOTE: This program is certified by the National Institute for Automotive Excellence for ASE Master Technician certification. Individuals possessing ASE certifications should consult with a program advisor for exemption from certain AUTO classes. This curriculum prepares the students for employment as an automotive service technician in various settings such as automobile dealerships, independent service facilities, franchised repair facilities and specialty shops. Salary ranges vary depending upon the type of position obtained, field of choice and geographic region. Students interested in pursuing a Bachelor’s degree through Ferris State University or other four year institutions should contact their program advisor for specifics. For further information on the Ferris State University Bachelor’s degree programs contact the Ferris State University Coordinator....
This career field is responsible for diagnosing, maintaining, repairing, and overhauling motorcycles. Many also repair other types of small engine equipment including mop
The popularity of motorcycles has increased dramatically in recent years. Motorcycles are used by a wide variety of drivers for commuting, weekend touring, and racing. With the increasing cost of gasoline many people are choosing to drive a motorcycle due to the fuel efficiency. Based on this popularity there is an increased need for qualified motorcycle/powersports mechanics and technicians. This career field is responsible for diagnosing, maintaining, repairing, and overhauling motorcycles. Many also repair other types of small engine equipment including mopeds, dirt bikes, and all-terrain vehicles. In addition to diagnosing, repairing, and maintaining motorcycle engines, students may work on transmissions, brakes, exhaust and ignition systems, and make minor repairs to damaged sections of the motorcycle's body. Students in the program will also be exposed to engines related to residential and commercial property maintenance. Skills learned in this program can lead graduates to positions as technicians, assemblers, service managers, parts managers, or racing pit crew members. Graduates may pursue their interests in owning their own motorcycle/powersports maintenance and repair business. ...