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Program Number: 10-602-3
School Year: 2019-2020
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Campus: Fond du Lac
This program is eligible for financial aid
The Automotive Technology program is offered as a four-semester associate degree. Students learn to diagnose, service, and repair all eight major systems of the automobile which includes engine mechanical, engine performance, automatic transmission/transaxle, manual drive train, brakes, steering and suspension, climate control, and electrical and electronic systems. Mechanical aptitude, communication skills and an interest in the automotive industry are important to a successful automotive technician career. Graduates of the associate degree program have opportunities to further their education that may lead beyond the projected career paths of technicians in dealerships or other automotive repair facilities, service specialists, parts specialists, or as service writers/consultants. This program prepares students for ASE certification.
Statewide Median Salary for Recent Graduates
- $134.20 per credit (resident)
- $201.30 per credit (out-of-state resident)
- Online students are not charged out-of-state fees.
- Please refer to the MPTC Student Handbook for additional enrollment fee information.
- Demonstrate professionalism appropriate for the auto service industry.
- Perform diagnosis, service and repair of automotive internal combustion engines.
- Perform diagnosis, service and repair of automotive automatic transmission/transaxle systems.
- Perform diagnosis, service and repair of automotive manual drive train and axles systems.
- Perform diagnosis, service and repair of automotive steering and suspension systems.
- Perform diagnosis, service and repair of automotive brake systems.
- Perform diagnosis, service and repair of automotive electrical/electronic systems.
- Acquire certification for Federal EPA and State of Wisconsin in mobile refrigerant recovery and recycling.
- Perform diagnosis, service and repair of automotive heating and air conditioning systems.
- Perform diagnosis, service and repair of automotive engine performance systems.
- Prepare for ASE certification testing.
- Automotive Technician
- Automotive Specialist
- Parts Specialist
- Service Writer/Consultant
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Program Admission Requirement
- 998-171 Auto New Student Orientation
|103-159||**Computer Literacy - Microsoft Office||1|
|602-107||Auto Service Fundamentals||2|
|602-124||Steering and Suspension Systems||3|
|602-125||Electrical and Electronic Systems 1||2|
|602-103||Engine Repair 1||2|
|602-127||Electrical and Electronic Systems 2||3|
|602-128||Electrical and Electronic Systems 3||3|
|602-197||Engine Performance 1||3|
|801-136||English Composition 1||3|
|602-123||Engine Repair 2||3|
|602-196||Climate Control Systems||3|
|602-198||Engine Performance 2||4|
|602-132||Light Duty Diesel Engine Operation||2|
|- OR -|
|602-137||Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Systems||2|
|602-149||Manual Drive Train and Axles||4|
|602-195||Advanced Chassis Systems||2|
|809-199||Psychology of Human Relations||3|
|Total Program Credits and Institutional Requirements||64|
** The credits for 103-159 Computer Literacy-Microsoft Office and 890-101 College 101 are Institutional Requirements for graduation.
Additional Program Requirements
Students must wear Moraine Park approved program uniform. Tool kit recommended for purchase for this program.
For additional information on program curriculum, prerequisites and general education course options, please contact your advisor.
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*Enrollment may limit the campus availability or delivery of certain courses.
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