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Automotive Technology

Automotive Technology



Program Summary

 The Hill College Snap-on Automotive Technology Program at the Cleburne Technical Center is the most technologically advanced auto training center in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and the only one of its kind in Texas! 

Students are trained to deliver the most advanced diagnostic skills needed to service the complex vehicles of today. Students will be fully prepared upon graduation to take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification exam. 

The Snap-on Building houses state-of-the-art equipment and tools, a two-story service lab area with 10 car stalls for practical automotive teaching, theoretical and instructional classrooms, training and conference rooms as well as faculty and staff offices. 

Students will receive the best education possible with state-of-the-art, cutting-edge technology and highly trained, specialized faculty. 



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DEGREE PLANS

BASIC AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR
Certificate of Completion
16 credit hours

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR TECHNOLOGY
Certificate of Completion
32 credit hours

ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR TECHNOLOGY
Certificate of Technology
46 credit hours

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Automotive Technology
60 credit hours

For course requirements, click below on the Education Plan link(s). For a complete list of program requirements, please view the catalog online or visit the Hill College Advising Center on the Hill County or Johnson County Campuses.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of the program will be able to:

Implement safety techniques by wearing appropriate safety gear, using equipment properly, and maintaining a clean work environment.

Practice effective interpersonal skills with co-workers and customers, including communicating clearly and working collaboratively.

Conduct oneself with a high degree of professionalism and accountability.

Evaluate, diagnose and repair various automotive systems using appropriate tools and NATEF guidelines.

Access service information using a variety of media.

Use and stay abreast of technology relevant to being an automotive technician.

Automotive Technology Education Plan

Handbook

Syllabi 

DEGREES OFFERED

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JERRY HAMPTON
Program Coordinator
(817) 760-5552
jhampton@hillcollege.edu 

206 N. Wilhite
Cleburne, TX 76033


 


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