The Automotive Technology program teaches a high level of technical understanding of the current developments in the automotive service field. All automotive systems are covered in the program, including diagnostic, repair and inspection services. In addition, the Automotive Service Education Program (ASEP), in partnership with General Motors and area dealerships, focuses on classroom and laboratory work at the College as well as supervised work experience at a sponsoring GM dealership, leading to an AAS degree. Likewise, the Chrysler College Automotive Program (CAP) is housed on the NCC campus, culminating in an AAS degree after classroom and laboratory work at the college and a supervised dealership experience.
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