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Technical Programs

Automotive Service Technology

Who Can Enroll

High School Students & Adults

Auto service technicians who possess diagnostic and problem-solving skills and mechanical aptitude can take advantage of excellent employment opportunities. Train to become an Automotive Service Technician (NATEF Compliant), and prepare to earn the ASE Certifications. Learn the latest technologies to diagnose vehicle concerns regarding engines, automatic and manual transmissions, steering and suspension, brakes, electrical/electronic systems, heating and air conditioning, and engine performance systems.

Avg. Oklahoma Salary

Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics

Hourly Annually
$9.74 - $29.83 $21,470 - $64,020
Career Paths
  • Automotive Service Technician (NATEF Compliant)
Education Path

Associate’s or bachelor’s degree in automotive technology, engineering, business, or other related field

Student Organizations

SkillsUSA

Prerequisites - None