The automotive technology program provides quality training relevant to current trends in automotive repair technology. The program enhances a student’s employment potential and opportunities; provides knowledge and skills relevant to current trends in automotive repair; provides a solid foundation for continuing education in related fields; and provides a flexible, career-oriented path of training and education.
Housed in the spacious shop facility of the Neil and Doris McMurry Career Studies Center, the automotive technology program is one of 30 career programs at Casper College designed to prepare students for the work force. Students can earn a one-year certificate or a two-year associate of applied science degree, which includes general education coursework with automotive, machine tool and welding electives.
Note: To graduate with a certificate or degree, students must earn a “C” or better in all major requirements.
Fall Semester (21 credits)
Students beginning the program in the fall semester will register for the fundamental courses listed below.