ASE-Automotive Service Technology Degree & Certificates (In cooperation with and taught at WarrenTech)

The two-year Automotive Service Technology program is offered at WarrenTech. Students attend this program either in the morning (7:30-10:30 am M-F) or the afternoon (12:00-3:45 pm M-Th) for four semesters. Students enroll in specified blocks of classes each semester with instructor approval.   In order to begin the enrollment process, students must first be accepted by WarrenTech. A WarrenTech application and placement test results must be submitted to the WarrenTech counseling office. Contact the RRCC-WarrenTech Liaison at 303.982.5614 for application deadlines and other procedural questions.

ASE-Automotive Service Technology program offers the following degree and certificates:

degree

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  • Automotive Service Technology AAS Degree
  • Automotive Parts Management AAS Degree

This program is a nationally certified automotive repair program (NATEF). Provides you with entry-level skills in the automotive industry or upgrading for those currently in the field. This is an open-entry program where students can begin at several designated starting times during the year. Therefore, you can complete some of the courses, enter the work force, then return to complete requirements for the AAS degree, certificates, or to upgrade specific skills. Demonstrated mastery of skills is required. The instructors are ASE Certified Technicians. You should consult with an automotive service technology advisor before beginning your program of study.

Certificates

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  • Auto Service Technician Certificate
  • Maintenance Light Repair Certificate
  • Master Auto Service Technician Certificate
  • Automotive Parts Management Certificate
  • Automotive Parts Certificate

Plans of Study and Course Sequencing

Plans of Study are rigorous, articulated academic "road maps" to your career goals, commencing in ninth grade and leading to certificates, licensure, degrees and beyond.

Course Sequencing Guides are suggested scheduling guidelines developed by RRCC programs which help you to complete your certificate or degree in a timely manner.

Career Paths / Options in Automotive Service Technology

  • Emissions Analyst and Repair Technician
  • Retail Service Technician
  • Industrial Repair
  • Locomotive Service and Repair
  • Welder
  • Fabrication
  • Custom Painter
  • Specialty Shop Technician
  • Engine Builder
  • Street Rod Builder
  • Race Team Technician
  • Performance Engine Tuning
  • Aftermarket Parts Research and Development
  • Welder
  • Metal Fabricator
  • Service Writer
  • Service Advisor
  • Shop Manager
  • Shop Owner/Operator
  • Fleet Management
  • Parts Manager

Gainful Employment Information

The US Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that - prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation." The information provided here is the best available to us but represents one year's data only. However, we hope that this information is helpful to our current students and to prospective students as they make their career and educational choices.

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