The Automotive Technology program at MCC prepares you for a career as an automotive technician or mechanic. You'll learn how to diagnose, service, test and repair complex, computer-controlled automotive electrical systems. Our program is designed to provide hands-on experience in a live working environment similar to the service industry. An emphasis is placed on developing good diagnostic skills. As a graduate of the program you'll acquire essential entry-level skills.
"MCC does not currently offer an evening Automotive Technology program, only a dual credit class with Ross Collins secondary students."
|ATV/ATT 1124||Basic Electrical/Electronic Systems||4|
|ATV/ATT 1134||Advanced Electrical Electronic Systems||4|
|ATV/ATT 1424||Engine Performance||4|
|ATV/ATT 1715||Engine Repair||5|
|ATV/ATT 1811||Introduction Safety, and Employability Skills||1|
|ATV/ATT 2334||Steering and Suspension Systems||4|
|ATV/ATT 2434||Engine Performance II||4|
|ATV 291 (1-3)||Special Problem in Automotive Technology||1-3|
|ATT 2923||Supervised Work Experience||3|