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Programs of Study

Automotive Technology

Program Objective
The Automotive Technology program prepares students as entry-level technicians in the automobile and diesel industries.

Career Opportunities
Graduates can work for employers in the automotive career fields of automotive, truck, farm and earthmoving equipment dealerships; truck, power generation and construction companies; automotive service centers; engine repair/machine shops; automotive equipment distributors; independent service garages; automotive parts manufacturers; sales representation; and auto insurance companies. Graduates may work with brake systems, transmissions, alignments and repairs; be representatives in claim, sales and service, or become truck/fleet maintenance technicians.

Program Learning Goals 

Goal 1: Graduates will possess the appropriate skills needed for entering the Automotive Technology field.

Student Learning Outcomes – Students will:

  • Identify tools necessary to perform job duties
  • Demonstrate ability to perform basic automobile services
  • Practice Safe work habits for all jobs performed

Goal 2: Graduates will understand the importance of professional behavior, as well as comply with the daily changes within the Automotive Industry and will meet the challenges of continued growth within the Automotive Technology Profession.

Student Learning Outcomes – Students will:

  • Interpret basic repair instructions
  • Follow diagnostic flow charts to properly diagnose problems
  • Take basic skills to the next level with on the job training

Goal 3: Graduates will be provided the skills that will allow them to choose careers in the field.

Student Learning Outcomes – Students:

  • Can become electrical systems specialists
  • Will be able to recognize importance of customer satisfaction
  • Can use their automotive knowledge to become Parts Specialists

Programmatic Accreditation
The Automotive Technology program is accredited by the
National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF),
101 Blue Seal Drive, S.E., Suite 101, Leesburg, VA 20175
Email: webmaster@natef.org      Phone: (703) 669-6650        Website: www.natef.org

Mr. Mark Kozemko, Instructor
(570) 702-8975
mkozemko@johnson.edu

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