Why Reynolds for Automotive Technology?
The automotive industry is changing. Today a service technician changes electronic sensors as often as the vehicle’s oil. Employment opportunities and career advancements await technicians with computer skills, electronic controls training, and diagnostic and problem solving skills.
Reynolds Community College helps our students to:
- Get paid while learning through the automotive 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 automotive technology
Admission requirements for this program are the same as those for general admission to Reynolds. Students in this program will meet the Reynolds computer competency requirements by successfully completing course ITE 115 Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts or successfully passing the computer competency exam administered in the testing centers on each campus. For testing at our Goochland Campus call (804) 523 5400.