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  Dec 15, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Course Catalog & Student Handbook

MOPAR (CAP) College Automotive Program Diploma


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Program Description

Automotive Service Technology offers you the opportunity to prepare for a career with the Mopar Brand (Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, RAM, FIAT). The need for trained service and repair technicians, service writers, parts managers, and service managers continues to grow. Automotive service has become a career which demands comprehensive academic and technical training. You will learn service and repair procedures for some of the most popular and technically advanced automobiles. Graduates of the diploma program will have qualifications needed to service vehicles and advance rapidly through what was previously an experience-based career and can be awarded Chrysler training credit after graduating from the Chrysler College Automotive program diploma.

Students can only be awarded Mopar training credit by graduating from the Mopar College Automotive program, diploma. Students must complete their general education classes in the semester that the program director has designated to be successful in this program. Training is oriented toward understanding and servicing Mopar Brand automobiles.

Students may become certified by taking the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certification tests administered in eight areas by ACT (American College Testing). This program is only offered full-time, during the day. (Program Length: 5 Semesters Minimum)

View the MOPAR (CAP) College Automotive Program Fact Sheet for additional information.

Employment Opportunities

General automotive technician, basic automotive service technician, brake and front end specialist, transmission specialist, air conditioning and electrical specialist, engine specialist, computer systems specialist, engine performance specialist, service advisor, service writer, and parts attendant

Curriculum


Essential General Education Courses (8 Credits)


Total Hours: 56


Suggested First Semester classes:


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