Automotive Technology

The Associate in Applied Science in Automotive Technology degree prepares students for employment as automotive technicians. Classroom study of automotive principles combined with hands on experience, students learn about design, function, diagnosis and proper repair procedures for all major systems related to the automobile.

The Automotive Technology Career Certificate prepares students for employment as automotive technicians. Students learn about design, function, diagnosis and proper repair procedures for all major systems related to the automobile and prepares students for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification exams.

The Automotive Technology Alternative Fuels Career Certificate provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to convert, maintain, diagnose and repair vehicles powered by alternative fuels and prepares students for the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) exam for Light Vehicle Compressed Natural Gas.

The Automotive Technology Automotive Service Career Certificate prepares students for entry-level employment in automotive service

The Automotive Mobile Electronics Career Certificate prepares students for entry-level employment as an Mobile Electronics Installer and prepares students for the Mobile Electronics Certified Professional Exam (MECP). 

The Maintenance and Light Repair Certificate prepares students for entry-level employment as automotive technicians for service departments of automobile companies. Upon successful completion, students will earn Ford Training Credentials in the following areas: Brakes, Electrical, Air Conditioning, and Steering and Suspension.

Gainful Employment Information

Morton College provides students with cost, completion and employment information for students in certificate programs.

Download gainful employment information for the Automotive Service Career Certificate Program (PDF).


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Associate in Applied Science in Automotive Technology Degree

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Automotive Technology AAS General Education Requirements
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  • Students must earn a minimum of 15 credits required for the degree at Morton College. The last 10 semester hours must be completed at Morton College uninterrupted by coursework from another institution. (Please note: this requirement will only be marked as 'Completed' after your final semester grades have been posted. Contact your academic advisor if you need further clarification.)
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Automotive Mobile Electronics – Certificate

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Automotive Service – Certificate

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Maintentance and Light Repair – Certificate

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Maintenance & Light Repair Career Certificate Requirements
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