2008-2009 Florida Community College at Jacksonville Catalog
Automotive Service Management Technology (A.S. or A.A.S.) (2236)
Associate in Science or Associate in Applied Science
Drive up your income as an expert auto and light truck technician. This two-year training program is hands-on and teaches you to locate problems and repair and service engines, fuel, emission, steering and suspension systems; and brakes, drive trains, and transmissions. Besides the basics, today’s automotive technicians need to have advanced skills. After completion, you’ll be capable and comfortable with high-tech electronic engine controls and electrical and computerized systems.
Dealerships, privately-owned garages and other automotive repair shops will be looking to hire you. Safe, efficient work practices and “people skills” are part of the excellent all-around instruction.
Every program contains an internship component so you can gain on-the-job experience while working toward a degree. The demand for educated technicians is so great, employers contact us daily for talented, qualified candidates.
Career Opportunities, Rapid Placement
The Automotive program has a better than 90% immediate placement record for graduates.
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Total Credit Hours: 68