Associate in Applied Science
The Automotive Technology AAS degree at John A. Logan College prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintain all types of automobiles and light trucks. Through classroom instruction and hands-on training, you will learn how to diagnose, service and repair brake systems, electrical systems, engine performance, engine repair, suspension and steering, automatic and manual transmissions and drive trains, and heating and air condition systems. Students will also participate in an auto services lab that will give them an opportunity to participate in all jobs (service manager, service technician, parts technician, quick lube specialist, etc.) of an automotive services shop.
Students who complete the Automotive Technology AAS degree are halfway to earning a bachelor’ degree in Automotive Technology at SIUC. Please refer to the Transfer Planning webpage for more information. https://www.jalc.edu/academic-advisement/transfer-planning/
Modes of Instruction
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The US Bureau of Labor Statistics says job opportunities for diesel trucks, bus, and marine diesel technicians are in high demand. Bureau projections show career opportunities in these fields are expected to increase by as much as 12% over the next ten years. Now is the time to roll up your sleeves and get expert training in this ASE/NATEF accredited program using the latest tools and technologies.
|Middle 50%||$333 – $667/week|
|Top 10%||$850/week, $42,500/year|
|Master technician||$70,000 – $100,000/year|