Students in Automotive Maintenance learn basic automotive knowledge and skills. They earn a Certificate of Proficiency by completing 16 hours of automotive core classes. The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF), a nationally recognized automotive education organization, certifies the automotive program. The automotive program instructors are certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). Graduates will possess the minimum skills required to enter the workforce as entry-level automotive service technicians. Specific course requirements for the Certificate of Proficiency in Maintenance Diagnostics are the following:

AUTO 1504 Engine Repair 4
AUTO 1104 Manual Drivetrain & Axles 4
AUTO 1404 Automotive Electronics 4
AUTO 1304 Steering & Suspension 4
Semester Hours Total 16
Program Total 16