Transportation, Distribution & Logistics

Industry Certifications:

Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Professional Certification, ICAR, National Emissions Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants


Adjustor, Auto Body Repairer/Collision Refinisher, Automotive Mechanic/Service Technician, Bus and Truck Mechanic, Heavy Equipment Diesel Technician/Engine Specialist, Lube Technician, Machinery Maintenance Worker, Parts Counter, Repair Cost Estimator, Sales Representative, Service Writer, Supervisor, and more

Transfer College Credits:

Statewide articulations between technical centers and community colleges allow students to earn

credits based on similar programs of study. Associate Degree: Automotive Service Technology 1 and 2 to Automotive Service Management Technology – 19 transfer credits. Students earning the designated ASE Certifications receive transfer credits based on evidence of their current certifications

in a College Program

A.A./A.S./A.A.S. Degree: Automotive Service Management Technology, Automotive Technology, Diesel Technology, Engineering Prerequisites

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Automotive Body and Related Repairers, Automotive

Mechanic, Automotive Body Repairers, Automotive Mechanic/Service Technician, Bus and Truck Mechanic, Claims Adjuster/Examiner/Investigator, Cost Estimator, Diesel Engine Specialist, Machinery Maintenance Worker, Operations Manager, Sales Manager/Representative, Supervisor, Vocational Education Teacher, and more

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University Program

B.S. Degree: Automotive Engineering Technology, Automotive Management, Engineering, and more

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Business Owner; Dealership Owner, General Manager, Operations Manager, Sales Manager, Sales Representative, Vocational Education Teacher, and more

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