Associate Degree in Automotive Technology
Established in 1908, Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology's Automotive Technology program located in Boston, Massachusetts, is the oldest in the nation and certified by the National Automotive Technician Educational Foundation (NATEF). As a student, you will be trained by automotive professors with decades of industry experience. In a full-service working garage, using state-of-the art equipment, you will learn how to diagnose and repair all areas of the modern automobile. In our automotive school, you will learn how to repair all makes and models in a full-service garage.
Nationally, jobs for Automotive Technicians are expected to grow 17% by 2020. Innovations in technology are making cars smarter and more efficient. They are also more complex to diagnose, maintain, and repair. Our strong relationships with dealerships, independent shops, manufacturers, fleet services, and automotive part distributors, will help you get a lucrative job in the field, and gain the necessary skills to climb the ranks.
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Automotive Technology (Associate Degree)
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What will you learn?
- Climate control
- Engine Repair
- Emissions and engine performance
- Hybrid and electric car technology
- ASE Certification
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