Automotive Programs

Shift Your Automotive Career into High Gear

Learn to provide quality auto repair and maintenance. You'll start with basic oil changes, tire rotation, brake installation and work up to suspensions, automatic transmission rebuilds, and major engine repair. As part of the program curriculum, you'll provide repair services to the community using the automotive lab. If you enjoy diagnostics and technology, learn by performing tasks, and prefer technical and physical tasks, this may be the program for you.

Explore Automotive Programs
Automotive Service Technician Technical Diploma
Automotive Technician Technical Diploma
Automotive Technology Associates of Applied Science

“It's really good I know that with the program being accredited – I'm getting a high quality education. This school has all the resources that I need to learn to make it in the auto field. It's a lot of hands-on work on vehicles pretty much every day."

Levi, Nicolet Automotive Graduate

Career Pathways Get You On The Right Track

Every credit and credential earned applies toward the next technical diploma or degree and provides you with new job opportunities and increased wages. You can even transfer Nicolet credits to another college or university to earn your bachelor's degree. Start on your pathway today.

Certificate

There are currently no certificates associated with this pathway.

Technical Diploma

Automotive Service Technician

About the Automotive Service Technician Program

Learn skills necessary for entry-level automotive industry positions such as basic automotive maintenance, repair, and diagnostics. Test, diagnose, and service electrical and mechanical systems and components found in today’s vehicles, including engines, transmissions/transaxles, fuel management systems, steering and suspension systems, climate control systems, brake systems, and hybrids. 

Automotive Technician

About the Automotive Technician Program

Learn basic and more advanced automotive maintenance, repair, and diagnostics. Automotive technicians test, diagnose, and service electrical and mechanical systems and components found in today’s automotive vehicles, including engines, transmissions/ transaxles, fuel management systems, steering and suspension systems, climate control systems, brake systems, and hybrids. Graduates will be qualified for all eight areas of the ASE Certified Master Technician.

Associate's Degree

Automotive Technology

About the Automotive Technology Program

Prepare to fill the growing need for highly professional, technically competent technicians in automotive dealerships and repair facilities. Automotive technicians test, diagnose and service electrical and mechanical systems and components found in today’s automotive vehicles, including engines, transmissions/transaxles, fuel management systems, steering and suspension systems, climate control systems, brake systems, and hybrids. 

Bachelor's Degree

View our transfer agreements to learn more about continuing your education.

Prior Learning

Before you start a program, learn how your past experience can save you time and money. You may have previous education and work experience that could qualify for Credit for Prior Learning.

Visit University Representatives Right On Campus

Take advantage of this convenient way to meet university representatives from various schools and talk with them one on one. Learn how your Nicolet credits transfer so your dream of earning a bachelor's degree will become a reality.

2018-2019 Visit Schedule

Stop by between 11 am - 2 pm
Lakeside Center
Grand Canyon University
10 am - 2 pm
White Pine Center – 2nd Floor

Chat with a Career Coach

Explore career possibilities and prepare for entering college.
Call the Welcome Center at 715-365-4493 to schedule an appointment or send them an email below.

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Angeline Von Neupert, Career Coach

Angeline von Neupert

Career Coach
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Joe Hafferman, Career Coach

Joe Haferman

Career Coach

Visit the Automotive Repair Lab

Students in the Automotive program provide repair and maintenance services to the public. Find out how they can keep your engine running smoothly.