Associate of Applied Science | 65 credits minimum
Transportation and Related Technology Division
Miller Campus Miller Automotive Training Center, Office MATC 203
General Information 801-957-4073
Program Information 801-957-5240
Academic and Career Advising
Professor- Neal Grover,
Assistant Professor - John “Hondo” Espil
Automotive Assistant Professors - Brett Baird, Ed White, Norman Brown, Dennis O’Reilly, David Read
Diesel Assistant Professors - Mark Kranendonk, Bill Kleman
The program is designed to provide students with a practical hands-on technical experience through a Certificate of Completion in Automotive Collision Repair, along with a Certificate of Completion in Diesel or Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair. Students will learn the skills to prepare them for entry level positions in the Automotive Collision repair field and the Diesel or Automotive repair field. Graduating students will achieve two Certificates of Completion in their areas of study along with an AAS Degree in Collision, Maintenance and Light Repair.
Designated Technical Specialization Certificates of Completion
Automotive Collision Repair: CC (CTE) (32 credits)
Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair: CC (CTE) (38 credits)
Diesel Systems Technology: CC (CTE) (33 credits)
Entry level positions within a technical company, the field or shop. Additional opportunities are available include self-employment, service representative, shop repair estimator, insurance estimator-adjustor, designer, fabricator, sales-product representative, technician helper, general repair technician, repair and service specialist (engines, drivability - electronics and mechanical, drive mechanism, brakes, steering and alignment, welding - composite, steel, aluminum, and frame repair, and uni-body damager analysis and repair).
For information regarding transfer options, please contact the SLCC Program Advisor in Academic and Career Advising. Students who earn an AAS degree in Collision, Maintenance & Light Repair have the option to transfer into the Technology Management Bachelor Degree at Utah Valley University. UVU can accept up to 45 technical credits towards this degree.
Total Program/Course Fees
See individual Certificate of Completions
Estimated Cost for Students
Tuition and student fees: http://www.slcc.edu/student/financial/tuition-fees.aspx
The estimated cost of books and personal tools & equipment is based on the individual technical programs chosen. Please see the Certificate of Completion descriptions for technical choices and for the Collision Repair Certificate of Completion description.
Estimated Time to Completion
If students follow the suggested sample schedule time to completion is 2 years.
Program Entry Requirements
Collision repair/diesel/automotive maintenance and light repair technician duties require fast knowledgeable problem analysis and the ability to perform the required tasks to return a vehicle back to service. Those interested in entering these fields should be in good physical condition, have good mechanical abilities, good hand-eye coordination, manual dexterity, good work ethics and interpersonal skills.
|Program Student Learning Outcomes
||Related College-Wide Student Learning Outcomes
||1 - Acquire Substantive Knowledge
2 - Communicate Effectively
3 - Develop Quantitative Literacy
4 - Think Critically and Creatively
5 - Civic Engagement
6 - Work Professionally and Constructively
7 - Develop Computer and Information Literacy
|See Technical Area of Specialization (Automotive or Diesel)
|See Collision Repair