Become an Automotive Technician!
- Technicians are in high demand all across the nation
- Professional Technicians can earn $60,000 or more per year
- Endless opportunities to work with the latest diagnostic equipment
Why Choose ISU Automotive Technology?
- Secure your future with a good job
- Earn a technical certificate in 3 semesters
- Internship opportunities
- High job placement
- Extensive hands-on experience
- Low instructor/student ratio
- ASE/NATEF Certified
Our program utilizes state program standards, tasks, and objectives to provide the knowledge and skills you will need to become a successful entry level Automotive Technician. You will learn how to diagnose and repair domestic and foreign cars using the latest diagnostic equipment.
What Degrees Are Available?
- Automotive technology Technical Certificate (3 semesters)
The courses consist of six sessions. These courses are: Vehicle Control; Power Trains; Electrical; Engines; and two sessions of Live Work.
- Automotive Technology, Associate of Applied Science (4 semesters)
The courses consist of six sessions. These courses are: Vehicle Control; Power Trains; Electrical; Engines; and two sessions of Live Work, plus 16 credit hours of transferable general education courses.
|Admissions Information: ||Click Here |
|CIP Code: ||470604 |
|Certificate: ||Advanced Technical Certificate - Automotive Technology |
Cost of Attendance
|Tuition and Fees: ||$10,896.50* |
|Books and Supplies: ||$2,014.00 |
|Room and Board ||$5,008.50** |
|Total: ||$17,919.00** |
|Normal Program Length: ||3.5 Sem. |
|2010-2011 Completers: ||17 |
| Number Completed in Normal Time: ||11 |
| Normal Completion Rate (from the time students enrolled at ISU): ||65 |
|Program Completion Rate (from the time students enrolled in program classes): ||35 |
|Jobs Related to These Programs |
|Occupations with each program area were identified using Department of Labor ONET Crosswalks. |
|Placement Rate: ||100*** |
NR On-time completion rates are not reported for programs with fewer than 10 completers in order to protect student privacy.
* Based on 2012-13 full-time, Idaho resident tuition and fee schedule.
** Based on 2012-13 double occupancy rates and 100 meal plus flex money plan.
*** Based on completer placement data from the 2010-2011 fiscal year submitted January 15, 2011 to the Idaho State Division of Professional-Technical Education (ISDPTE). Positive placement is defined by the ISDPTE as completers enrolled in the military, employed in a related training, employed in a field unrelated to training, or pursing additional education.