Strong technical skills with the ability to research specific challenges
Leadership and communications skills
Customer service orientation
What do our students learn?
Vehicle electrical systems and subsystems diagnosis and repair A6
Proper safety, maintenance, testing and repair of automotive HVAC systems A7
Automotive engine performance diagnosis, inspection, adjustment, and repair
using service information A8
Diagnosis and repair of common modern automobiles
All five remaining ASE areas of repair: Engine repair A1, Automatic
transmissions A2, Clutches, manual transmissions drive lines, differential
assemblies and transaxles A3, Steering and suspension A4, Brake systems A5
Why CEI's Automotive program?
10:1 Student-to-teacher ratio
Learn in a live shop
ASE Master-certified instructors
1200 hours of experience
How Long Will it Take?
Intermediate Technical Certificate (ITC):
2 full-time semesters (12 months)
Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC):
4 full-time semesters (24 months)
Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS):
4 full-time semesters (29 months) including 5 general education classes
Where are our Graduates Working?
Large and small car dealerships
National and local repair shops
Auto parts dealers
Transmission and specialty shops
How much do our graduates make?
Over the last five years our graduates started out averaging $32,032 to $41,600*
(Based on a 2080-hour work year, wage information is given within the first year
* The statistics on this Business Management Program flyer are results from the
former Business Technologies Program
97.78% - Average placement for graduates over the past five years