Frequently Asked Questions
- What will I learn?
- Maintenance and Light Repair
- Brakes, suspension, steering and alignment
- Electrical/electronic systems
- Fuel Injection/drivability
- Emission controls
- Heating and air-conditioning
- Automotive engines
- Transmission and drive train systems
- Diagnostics and review
As part of the program, students experience 'hands-on' training by performing automotive repairs for faculty, staff and students. The Miller Campus has its own auto parts center. Repairs are made according to the curriculum schedule.
- How long does it take?
- The AAS automotive technician degree is a four-semester program and requires a minimum of 70 credit hours.
- How much will it cost?
- Tuition and fees:
- In addition to student tuition and fees, there are additional costs for books, supplies and tools. Technicians are required to furnish their own hand tools. Employers furnish engine analyzers and specialized test equipment and tools for servicing service units such as automatic transmissions. Please see our list of tools needed or speak to your faculty member.
- Where is the program located?
- The Automotive and Related Technologies program as well as the Auto Parts Center is located on the Larry H. Miller Campus in Sandy.
- Electrical and engine repair training and the Auto Parts Center are located in the Miller Free Enterprise Center. To contac the Auto Parts Center, please contact Paul Felt at 801-957-5346.
- Engine performance, transmission, heating and air conditioning is located in the Miller Automotive Training Center.
- Auto Parts Center is located in the Miller Free Enterprise Center.