Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Technologies, Automotive Concentration

Associate of Applied Science

The purpose of the Automotive Technology Program is to provide specialized classroom instruction and practical shop experience to prepare individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles at the entry level.  The program prepares the individual to select, safely use, and maintain hand and power tools, jacks, and hoisting equipment.  Instruction in the diagnosis of malfunctions and the repair of engines; fuel, electrical, cooling, and brake systems; drive train; and suspension systems are included.

To be eligible for admission to the automotive technology program, the applicant must first be admitted to Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC).  The program application and all supporting documents must be received by the designated deadlines. Applicants will not be considered for admittance to the Automotive Technology Program until all required documents have been submitted and the applicant’s file is complete.  The copy of all supporting documents should be retained by the applicant as the program will not return supporting documents.  

Automotive Technology Program Admissions Requirements 

To receive the Associate of Applied Science degree, students must:

The competencies in the Automotive Technology Program are directly correlated with the knowledge required to prepare an individual for the certification test given by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence(ASE).  The content is organized into competency-based courses of instruction that specify occupational competencies the individual must successfully complete according to the priorities for tasks established by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF).