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Automotive Technology

Description: The Automotive Technology Program of Study emphasizes a curriculum in automotive mechanics theory and practical applications necessary for skillful employment. Program graduates will be well-rounded entry-level technicians.

GPA Requirement: Minimum 2.0 GPA

Salary: Average Salary in Georgia for Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics - $44, 570 (source: O*Net Online)

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Required TCCs

AE41 Auto Electrical/Electronic System Technician

  • AUTT 1010 - Automotive Technology Introduction (2)
  • AUTT 1020 - Automotive Electrical Systems (7)
  • Program: 9 Credit Hours

Choose 1 from the 2 TCCs Listed Below

ASG 1 Automotive Chassis Technician Specialist

  • AUTT 1010 - Automotive Technology Introduction (2)
  • AUTT 1020 - Automotive Electrical Systems (7)
  • AUTT 1030 - Automotive Brake Systems (4)
  • AUTT 1050 - Automotive Suspension and Steering Systems (4)
  • Program: 8 Additional Credit Hours

AH21 Automotive Climate Control Technician

  • AUTT 1010 - Automotive Technology Introduction (2)
  • AUTT 1020 - Automotive Electrical Systems (7)
  • AUTT 1060 - Automotive Climate Control Systems (5)
  • Program: 5 Additional Credit Hours

The TCC below must be taken in addition to the required TCC along with one of the two options listed above.

AE51 Automotive Engine Performance Technician

  • AUTT 1010 - Automotive Technology Introduction (2)
  • AUTT 1020 - Automotive Electrical Systems (7)
  • AUTT 1040 - Automotive Engine Performance (7)
  • Program: 7 Additional Credit Hours

 

*While only two TCCs are required for graduation, students have the option to earn up to four TCCs with each being fully funded through Dual Enrollment Funding and the Hope Career Grant.

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