Automotive Technology


Student working on the brakes. photo © Robin Spurs


Automotive Technology Program

Automotive Technology offers both an Associates of Science degree and two Certificates of Achievement: MLR Automotive & MLR Automotive minoring in Diesel. To receive a Certificate of Completion AND the Associates Degree students at minimum must ...


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Car engine pistons. photo © Robin Spurs

Course Descriptions

Check out the course descriptions to see what is taught, enabling students to be able to demonstrate proficiency in the core skills and knowledge required for employment in the automotive industry.



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Salary & Labor Market Information

Automotive Technicians & Mechanics are in demand. To find out about a career in the Auto industry, click on the LEARN MORE button below. Other helpful links:
Salary Surfer
US Bureau of Labor Statistics


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Will I be able to get a job? Does the program provide job placement services?


The program does not provide formal job placement services however the Career Services office on campus can assist students (free of charge) with finding employment including resume writing/review, job searches, workshops, interview practice, etc.

Additionally we work closely with local industry to develop and offer internships. When we receive job announcements from industry, this information is passed along directly to all the students in the program.

Automotive Technicians are in demand.
State of California Labor Market Supply and Demand Data
US Bureau of Labor Statistics
Salary Surfer

Automotive student and faculty looking at auto manual. photo © Robin Spurs