Program Overview

  • Location
  • Tuition
  • Program Length
    6 weeks
  • Learning Environment
  • Financial Aid
    FAFSA Eligible

Program Description

The Automotive Technology program is designed to prepare students for careers as automotive technicians. It offers comprehensive training and is certified in all eight ASE areas, covering various aspects of automotive repair and maintenance. The program, consisting of five semesters, is master certified by the National Automotive Technology Education Foundation (NATEF), ensuring a high standard of education and industry relevance.

Degrees & Certificates


Associate of Applied Science – Automotive Technology (80-83 credits) – Tuition: $10,480-$10,873


Certificate of Achievement – Automotive Technology (24 credits) – Tuition: $3,144

In addition to the tuition, there are other costs to consider for the 5-semester program, such as tools and supplies, totaling approximately $3,500.


After completing the Automotive Technology program, graduates have pursued diverse career opportunities in the automotive industry. Many have found success as Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics, utilizing their expertise in diagnosing and repairing vehicles. Others have advanced into positions as First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers, where they oversee and coordinate the work of automotive service teams. These career paths allow individuals to apply the skills and knowledge acquired during the program in various automotive service and repair settings.

Learn more about Honolulu Community College’s Automotive Technology program