Where To Go From Here
Students have the option of choosing among several automotive specialty areas or choosing to complete more than one area. Each area contains an automotive servicing and field experience component to gain entry-level skills. Students interested in earning an associate degree are encouraged to consult an MCC counselor or academic advisor. MCC’s automotive job training programs are certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).
Why This Degree
A Job Training program in Automotive Suspension offers several entry-level career opportunities in the automotive service industry including engine performance, suspension and alignment, brake repair, and electrical services. This program allows students to get hand on training in a given occupation and increase their skills and knowledge. A student may choose to utilize this as a stepping stone to earning an associate degree in automotive technology earning $34,264 to $48,212 per year.