The Auto Mechanics Technology Program
develops skills for servicing and repairing all systems of the
automobile. Students are taught to use specialized tools
and equipment found in automotive shops and receive instruction
in automotive theory, related instruction, and practical shop
experience. Advanced on-the-job training for the student
during the last semester of the program can be obtained either
through a co-operative or internship placement. In the
co-operative option, the student is an employee of a local
business and works in areas designed to meet specific
for degree seeking students in the Auto Mechanics Technology
priority is on a first-come first-serve basis as determined
by the student's faculty advising date.
The prospective students must have a
current valid Driver’s License and have had no DUI’s in the
past 12 months.
must hold a valid driver's license while enrolled in the
Auto Mechanics Technology Program. If you have any questions regarding your driver's
license, please contact the Technical &Industrial Division Office prior
to submitting your application to LCSC.
If a student
receives a DUI while enrolled in the program, continuation
in the program will be reviewed by the three instructors on
a case by case basis until the end of the semester.