Bachelor of Science
The Automotive Technology program prepares graduates for employment in various automotive-related industries such as field service operations, fleet management, and technical support. In addition to specific technical training, supporting courses foster the interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills needed to advance in the automotive industry.
Associate of Applied Science
Automotive Service Technology
Automotive Service Technology studies the diagnosis, service, and repair of passenger vehicles and light trucks. In addition to specific technical training, supporting courses foster the interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills needed to advance in the automotive service industry.
Certificate of Proficiency
The HEV Certificate of Proficiency provides students with entry-level hybrid and electric vehicle training to meet industry demands.
Dual Major and Minor Options
We have established a partnership with the Professional Sales Department to offer a double major or a minor in Professional Sales.
Concurrent Enrollment allows you to take college-level courses at your high school that counts toward high school graduation and your future college degree.
Industry Hybrid / Electric Vehicle Certificate
The Automotive Technology program does not work on public vehicles for legal and liability reasons, including WSU employees or students.
The program does not perform remote vehicle diagnosis.
The program does not endorse repair facilities.