AUTOMOTIVE ABOUT AUTO TECHNOLOGY
The Automotive Technology program will prepare you to excel in the automotive industry. Graduates are prepared to obtain Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification in all eight performance areas: brakes, suspension and steering, engine repair, electrical, engine performance, automotive transmission and transaxle, heating and air conditioning, and manual drive train and axles. • Snap-On Tool Kit • NATEF Accredited • Domestic and Foreign Vehicle Training • Master Technician Instructors • Exceptional Diagnostic Training
Program Length: • Diploma – 51 Weeks • Degree – 92 Weeks Class Times: • Day – 7:00am to 12:00pm, M-F • Afternoon – 12:30pm to 5:30pm, M-F Credential Earned: Diploma and Degree tracks available. Degree track grants an Associate of Occupational Science (AOS) degree.
WHAT OUR GRADUATES SAY
“The instructors are great and give me the one on one, hands-on training that I need. The shop experience is great! They’ve given me everything I need to know to jump start my career!” - Rodger Rundenza, AT student “I get up every day; I go to work. I love my job. I have a lot more responsibilities now.” - Jacob Wayne Mckee, OTC Grad
• Federal Student Loans and Pell Grants available to those who qualify • Private Lenders, Vocational Rehab, Tribal, Workforce Oklahoma, Veterans benefits
BEYOND THE BASICS • Tutoring Services • Career Assistance • Life Skills Training
Get an iPad Mini when you start classes!
High school diploma or GED and admissions essay required for admittance.
According to the US Department of Labor, employment of automotive service technicians and mechanics is expected to grow 17% from 2010 to 2020. Job opportunities for qualified applicants should be very good.
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4444 South Sheridan • Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145 • 918.895.7500 www.OklahomaTechnicalCollege.com Lic. by OBPVS • Accredited by ACICS