Automotive Technology

Degrees
 

Bachelor of Science 
Field Service Operations Emphasis

Prepares you for a career in automotive management, technical sales, customer service and a variety of other industries.

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Advanced Vehicle Systems

Bachelor of Science
Advanced Vehicle Systems Emphasis

Prepares you for a career working with the latest advanced vehicle systems and technology.

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General Motors

Associate of Applied Science
General Motors ASEP

Prepares you to become an expert in servicing General Motors vehicles, including those made by Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC.

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Independent Shop

Associate of Applied Science
Independent Shop ATEP

Prepares you for a career as an automotive service technician or to go on to one of WSU’s Automotive Technology bachelor’s programs.

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Heavy Duty Truck

Associate of Applied Science
Heavy Duty Truck

Prepares you for a career as a diesel engine service technician or to go on for your bachelor’s degree in automotive technology.

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Automotive Service Technology

Institutional Certificate
Automotive Service Technology 

Prepares you for an entry level position in the automotive repair industry.
 

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How to Apply

Enrollment Updates

 
Associate of Applied Science Program Status
ATEP fall 2015 start: enrollment closed
ATEP spring 2016 start: 20 remaining seats
GM ASEP fall 2015 start: postponed until 2016–17  

We will begin accepting applications for the 2015–16 academic year beginning January 2016.

UT HWY Patrol Auto Safety Certification Workshop
 

PUBLIC NOTICE: For legal and liability reasons, the Automotive Technology program does not perform work on public vehicles.

 

Contact

Technical Education Building, Room 201

Department of Automotive Technology
1465 Edvalson St. Dept 2404
Ogden UT, 84408-1504

Phone: 801-626-6579
E-mail: automotivetechnology@weber.edu
Monday–Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.