Drive your career forward with an associate degree in automotive services technology.
The Auto/Diesel Institute of Michigan was conceived and built to elevate technical training beyond anything previously available in the Midwest. As a student in our automotive services technology program, you’ll be taught by Automotive Serivce Excellence, ASE master technicians/instructors who will prepare you to take eight ASE certification exams and become an ASE Master Certified Automotive Technician.
- Learn the basic theories and operating principles of vehicle systems and functions.
- Train in a state-of-the-art, 43,000-square-foot facility outfitted with the same tools and equipment that professionals use on the job.
- Get hands-on instruction from experienced ASE-certified professionals in small classes that allow you the attention you deserve.
Of our graduates are employed or continuing their education
Why study automotive services technology?
Trained and certified in all areas of vehicle service, master technicians use their advanced mechanical, technical, and troubleshooting skills to inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks. In today’s market, those who understand new and sophisticated vehicle and service technologies and have advanced training and certifications in multiple areas have the best job opportunities and earning potential.
Our Associate of Science in Automotive Services Technology program will prepare you for all eight ASE certification exams listed below, to help you become an ASE Master Certified Automotive Technician:
- A1 - Engine Repair
- A2 - Automatic Transmission
- A3 - Manual Drivetrains and Axles
- A4 - Suspension and Steering
- A5 - Brakes
- A6 - Electrical/Electronic Systems
- A7 - Heating and Air Conditioning
- A8 - Engine Performance
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Outlook 2014 - 2024
ADI’s automotive services technology degree program is a two-year program consisting of 60 credit hours (45 hours of major courses and 15 hours of general education requirements). Our curriculum includes automatic transmission, manual drive train, and engine performance.
For courses that include a consecutive course, Engine Repair 1, Electrical/Electronic Systems 1, and Engine Performance 1, students must pass with the grade of C or better in order to continue toward earning an associate degree. The Automotive Services Technology degree program also includes a 60- to 120-hour paid/unpaid work experience requirement.
The Automotive Services Technology degree program is accredited by the ASE Education Foundation, 1503 Edwards Ferry Road NE, Suite 401, Leesburg, VA 20176.
This program is offered in-person on our campus in Owosso. Our students come from Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and many other surrounding states.
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