Program Overview

  • Location
  • Tuition
  • Program Length
    1.5 years
  • Learning Environment
  • Financial Aid
    FAFSA Eligible

Program Description

The Automotive Technology program, accredited by the Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASEEF), provides students with the essential skills and competencies required for a thriving career as an automotive technician. Through the program, students cultivate the necessary work habits and attitudes needed to excel in a competitive industry while staying updated with the latest technological advancements in the automotive field.

Ford Asset Option:

The Ford Automotive Student Service Educational Training (ASSET) program, sponsored by Ford Motor Company, Ford and Lincoln/Mercury Dealers, and Leeward CC, offers a distinctive two-year work-study opportunity. It aims to equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to become proficient entry-level service technicians in Ford and Lincoln/Mercury dealerships, specializing in the latest automotive service technologies and methods. Successful completion of the program leads to an AAS degree, providing graduates with opportunities for career advancement. Students interested in joining ASSET can consult the AMT ASSET Instructor for further information.

Degrees & Certificates


Associate of Applied Science – Automotive Technology (63-64 credits) – Tuition: $8,253-$8,384


Certificate of Achievement – Automotive Technology (30 credits) – Tuition: $3,930

Certificate of Competence – Automotive Technology (15 credits) – Tuition: $1,965

The estimated expense for tools and supplies in the program amounts to around $1,120.


Upon completion of the Automotive Technology program, students will be equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to pursue a range of career opportunities in the automotive industry. Graduates may find employment as automotive technicians, service advisors, parts specialists, or even advance into management positions within automotive dealerships, repair shops, or other related establishments.

Learn more about Leeward Community College’s Automotive Technology program