Automotive Technology

Automotive

Programs of Study

Reynolds offers several programs in Automotive Technology. Associate degrees (AAS) generally take two years to complete, while Certificates (C) and Career Studies Certificates (CSC) take less time.

View the full curriculum information for the following available programs offered through Reynolds.

Automotive Technology--AAS

Automotive Technology--C

Automotive Technology, GM Automotive Services Education Program (ASEP)--AAS

Advanced Automotive Technology, Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Technology--CSC

Diesel Mechanics--C

Welding--C

Why Reynolds?

All Reynolds Automotive Instructors are ASE Certified
Automotive technicians trained at Reynolds earn ASE certification and work in positions with the world’s greatest automotive manufacturers and independent shops.

What do Automotive Technicians do?
Automotive Technicians can work as repair technicians in dealerships or independent automotive shops. Experienced automotive technicians may also obtain positions as safety inspectors, service managers, parts specialists, or service writer. 

How much money do Automotive Technicians make?
Hourly earnings for automotive technicians range from $11.31 to well over $20 per hour.

What do I need to know about the job outlook?
Formal automotive technician training is the best preparation for these challenging technology-based jobs. Opportunities should be very good for automotive service technicians and mechanics with diagnostic and problem-solving skills, knowledge of electronics and mathematics, and mechanical aptitude. Automotive service technicians and mechanics must continually adapt to changing technology and repair techniques as vehicle components and systems become increasingly sophisticated.