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Automotive Service Technology Post-Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate

Automotive Service Technology Post-Secondary Adult Vocational Certificate
Major Code: AUTO-VC
CIP: 0647060405
Educational Plan: AUTO-VC

Program Description

This program prepares students to become entry-level technicians, familiar with all aspects of automotive diagnosis and repair. The latest in computerized work stations and simulators are used in the classroom. Structured laboratories give the student hands-on experience with late-model cars, using the tools and techniques employed in today's automotive repair industry. Students successfully completing this program will be able to diagnose and repair any of the basic systems on late-model cars.

Admission requirements:

  • Submit a completed Seminole State College application to the Admissions Office;
  • If non-exempt, take the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) within the first six weeks of admission into the program; TABE scores must be at or above 568 for Language, 570 for Reading and 579 for Math to exit the program and receive the completion diploma;
  • Register for Fall Term;
  • Be able to lift and carry at least 50 pounds.

Note: Students must earn a passing grade in each course to continue in the program.

Total program hours: 1,245 of 1,800

Available Courses
Required Courses
This program has been identified as a U.S. Department of Education Gainful Employment Program. For more information, visit seminolestate.edu/gainful-employment

Courses beginning with a leading digit of "0", postsecondary adult vocational courses and AER prefix courses do not meet the requirements for an Associate in Arts or Bachelor's degree. 

Textbook information will be available online for each term's courses 45 days prior to the first day of classes for the term.

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