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Area of Study: Automotive Technology 
Degree/Certificate: Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology

 


AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY DEGREE PROGRAM
The Tri-C Automotive Technology Degree Program teaches students to diagnose, correct and repair electrical, fuel, emissions and mechanical problems found in today's modern automobile through classroom, laboratory and field experience.  Graduates are prepared for entry level positions as technicians in fleet service, manufacturer's dealerships, national oil company and transmission repair facilities or independent garages.

Course work prepares student for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) automotive tech tests.  The AUTO Program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) in all eight ASE categories.

Learn more about the General Motors ASEP Program

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How to reach us

Tom Johnson
Program Manager
216-987-5224
11000 Pleasant Valley Road
Parma, Ohio  44130
tom.johnson@tri-c.edu

Dennis Capek
Instructor
216-987-5111
dennis.capek@tri-c.edu

James Gardner
Associate Professor
Coordinator Ford MLR Program
216-987-5558
james.gardner@tri-c.edu

Michael Longrich
Assistant Professor
216-987-5303
michael.longrich@tri-c.edu

Ted Schafer
Assistant Professor
Coordinator GM ASEP Program
216-987-5470
ted.schafer@tri-c.edu

Program Admission Requirements:
  • High School Graduate/GED highly recommended, but not required Dealership sponsor required for ASEP program.
  • ASEP student handbooks contain educational and worksite requirements for continuation in program.

Other Information:

  • ASEP students also need to complete AUTO-2940 and AUTO-2950.
  • Enrollment in individual courses for students who are not degree majors permitted.
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Program Outcomes 
This program is designed to prepare students to demonstrate the following program outcomes:  Automotive Technology Degree Outcomes
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