Automotive Service Technology
Automotive Service Technology is a program offered under the Automotive Technology Department. Automotive Service Technology is the field of study dealing with diagnosis, service, and repair of automobiles and light trucks. Lab and classroom courses are oriented toward high levels of technical understanding, current developments such as electronic control systems and environmental issues, the development of the students' diagnostic capabilities, and proficiency with recommended service procedures. In addition to specific technical training, supporting courses provide for growth of interpersonal and other skills needed to advance within the automotive service industry.
There are six tracks available under the Automotive Service Technology Associate of Applied Science degree.
- Chrysler College Automotive Program (CAP) is a program with technical coverage specializing exclusively in current Chrysler products.
- General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP) is a program with technical coverage specializing exclusively in current General Motors products.
- Collision Repair is a program with an Inter-Industry Conference On Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) based curriculum. I-CAR training is recommended by most major automobile and truck manufacturers.
- Toyota Toyota Technical Education Network (T-TEN) is a program with technical coverage specializing exclusively in current Toyota and Lexus products.
- Automotive Technology Educational Program (ATEP) is a comprehensive training program covering all major manufacturers’ products.
- Heavy Duty Truck Technology is an articulated program with Davis Applied Technology Center, specializing in current Mack and Volvo White products.
Additionally, an Institutional Certificate is offered that prepares students for entry level automotive technician positions in Ford, Lincoln, or Mercury dealerships or at independent shops that repair Ford vehicles.
Weber State University
1504 University Circle
Ogden, UT 84408-1504
Technology Ed. Bldg., Rm 201A