Degrees & Certificates
Automotive technology experts are consistently in demand in a field that continues to grow — along with technology’s impact on vehicles.
Waubonsee’s Automotive Technology Program can provide strong mechanical aptitude and a sound understanding of automotive electronics and computer controls, so you can become a skilled problem solver who quickly and accurately diagnoses and repairs the most hard-to-find problems.
Our program can help you accelerate your career, regardless of what direction you decide to take.
Studying Automotive Technology at Waubonsee
Waubonsee's Automotive Technology Program is nationally certified, fully accredited, and has been recognized nearly 20 times by national, regional and local organizations. Hands-on training is a key element of the curriculum, and you’ll interact with experienced, dedicated faculty in our state-of-the-art, 18,000-square-foot automotive lab. Upon graduation, you’ll have developed high-demand skills, networked with industry partners, and be ready to pursue an additional degree or start on the road to a successful career in automotive technology.
Working in Automotive Technology
Advanced skills are needed to diagnose today’s high-technology vehicles. That means well-trained technicians are positioned for more employment opportunities and can command higher salaries. Look to Waubonsee for a high-quality Automotive Technology Program that can open the door to many sectors in the automotive field that align with your expertise and interests.
An Industry-Approved Program
Master Automotive Service certification by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF)
Structured around standards established by the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Foundation
First and only location in Illinois to be MOPAR CAP school, opening up further career opportunities for you
Repairs and Donations
Our students learn through real-life repairs and customer service interactions, so we welcome your repair requests and vehicle donations, provided they follow certain guidelines. Learn more on our Auto Repair and Donation page.