Opportunities in Automotive

This cluster focuses on the planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and products, by road, air, rail, and water.

Auto Collision Repair & Refinish Technician: Learn to examine vehicles to determine type and extent of damaged parts - both cosmetic and structural, mig welding, straightening techniques, proper use of b plastic fillers, surface preparation, and refinishing techniques.
Automotive Technician: Learn essential servicing techniques, including the testing, repairing, and rebuilding of basic automotive systems, as well as diagnosis and repair of automotive and light truck electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems.
Agricultural Power & Equipment Technician: Learn to operate and repair a variety of tractors as well as tillage, planting, and harvesting equipment including drivetrains, electrical systems, diesel engines, and hydraulics.
Individualized Technical Studies: Combine courses from two or more major areas of study into an Associate of Applied Science Degree that meets specific career preparation goals not available in other programs.
University Transfer - Associate of Arts/Science: Take courses to meet the general requirements of a four-year degree, and then transfer these credits toward a Bachelor’s of Science or Arts program at a college or university.