The Pratt Community College Automotive Technology Program is a hands-on program which meets the requirements for Master Automobile Service Technology Accreditation—the highest level of program accreditation recognized by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). The automotive technology students work in a shop environment with state of the art equipment that they will find in the auto industry. The qualified faculty are all ASE certified master technicians and are constantly learning the latest technology by interning in the auto industry both locally and nationally during the summers.
Students will also have the chance to participate in a race car project, car shows and several other activities. All these experiences prepare students to test to become ASE certified prior to graduation, enhancing the students' earning potential and career opportunities.
If you are interested in enrolling in any automotive class, contact Daryl Lucas (Pratt Location), firstname.lastname@example.org, Daniel Meng (Attica Location), email@example.com, or Tyler Wells (Kingman Location) firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also contact our Admissions office to get started.
Degree and Certificate Options
Associate of Applied Science, Automotive Technology
Certificate, Automotive Technology
Automotive Master Mechanic
Automotive Engineering Technician
Automotive Body and Related Repairer
The automotive training program at Pratt Community College has received ASE Training Program accreditation by the ASE Education Foundation.
Automotive Advisory Board
Professional Licensure Disclosure
Need more info on high school students earning college credit through PCC? See videos below and learn more about the Automotive pathway on our high school College Start-Career Technical Education (CTE) web page.
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