Automotive Service Technology

Train for your career in the automotive industry in M State's state-of-the-art Transportation Center.

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WDS iconAs a student in M State's Automotive Service Technology program, your training will focus on the diagnosis, repair and preventative maintenance of cars and light trucks. Program instructors are highly skilled with years of experience in private industry, and our graduates are recruited by businesses throughout the region.

Both an Automotive Service Technology AAS degree (72 credits) and an Automotive Service Technology diploma are offered on our Moorhead campus, where you'll get your training in our state-of-the-art Transportation Center.

An advisory board comprised of local and regional industry members reviews our curriculum, ensuring that students learn the skills needed by employers. The program and instructors are NATEF/ASE certified in all eight areas of automotive service.

Here is what you’ll learn

  • Understand vehicle operating system theories
  • Diagnose vehicle operating system problems
  • Repair vehicle operating systems
  • Interpret service information

 

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