Automotive Technology is a challenging, high-paying career path, and it begins with your desire to succeed along with state-of-the-art training from Sinclair Community College. Sinclair's Automotive Technology program provides advanced hands-on training for skilled entry-level positions in automobile dealerships, independent service facilities and auto-related industries.
Students can gain valuable hands-on experience through the school's co-op program while achieving college credit for practical work experience.
The Automotive Technology Program is designed to provide NATEF certified training for students aspiring to become automotive service technicians. Specific corporate training is provided in the following programs, all designed to develop technicians for their respective dealerships: General Motors ASEP (Automotive Service Education Program), Mopar CAP (Career Apprenticeship Program), and American Honda PACT (Professional Automotive Career Training). Please see additional program information by using the navigational bar to the left.
For more information contact the Automotive Technology Chairperson, Justin Morgan, at 937-512-3242.
Why major in Automotive Technology?
Start Your Engine, and Drive Off into Your New Career! Fully accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF), our automotive technology degree programs provide hands-on, certified automotive training for skilled entry-level positions in automobile dealerships, independent garages, and motorsports and other auto-related industries. Our department is highly recognized as a leader in training for automotive mechanics and technicians in the industry. This provides a substantial advantage to our graduates in seeking employment.
This area of study might be for you if:
You enjoy driving, learning about, fixing and working with automobiles.
You are interested in learning more about automotive technology and car repair.
You are looking to gain hands-on experience in a challenging, high paying career path.
2013 School of the Year
Please take a look at why Sinclair Community College's automotive program is Tomorrow's Tech magazine's 2013 School of the Year. Sinclair's automotive program prides itself on student-centered learning, cutting-edge technology, affordability and corporate partnerships to offer a quality education.
*All driving sequences were conducted on a closed course with professional drivers. Do not attempt.