The automotive industry is changing. Today's service technician changes electronic sensors as often as a vehicle's oil. Employment opportunities and career advancements await technicians with computer skills, electronic controls training, and diagnostic and problem solving skills.
Reynolds helps students:
- Get paid while learning through the work co-op program
- Earn an associate degree which leads to career advancement or a four-year degree
- Return to school to learn new skills in the field of advanced auto technology
Program of Study
Reynolds offers three levels of credentials in the Automotive Technology Program:
Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS), a Certificate (C) and a Career Studies Certificate (CSC).
View the full curriculum information for the Automotive Technology and other transportation programs
Reynolds Automotive Instructors are
Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certified