OSU Institute of Technology has several of the nation’s leading Automotive Technician education programs. Students may choose from the following:
All programs feature:
Guided by manufacturer and National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) standards, graduates may receive vehicle manufacturer certifications as well as Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certifications.
The average salary for entry-level technicians is very competitive. With just a few years of experience, the salaries increase dramatically. Employers also typically offer health and retirement benefits. With PAID internships as part of the program’s curriculum, students can begin earning even before graduation.
Because of employer sponsorships, there is nearly a 100% job placement rate among students who have earned an Associate in Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology from OSU Institute of Technology.
Graduates are prepared to begin a career as a certified automotive technician who can diagnose problems and perform the proper service procedures to maintain high customer service satisfaction.
The program’s curriculum is designed to enable graduates to advance in position with additional experience and to understand new systems and technologies as they are introduced.