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Driving Students to a Successful Future

Automotive Technology will give you hands on experience with state of the art automotive technology, an eight-week internship during your second year of study and all the knowledge to become Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certified!

Our Automotive Technology Program will give you the confidence to take on any automotive challenge regardless of a vehicle’s make or model.

Receive an affordable education and take advantage of a host of financial aid and scholarship opportunities.

Learn from our Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certified instructors, complete an eight-week internship and earn an associate in applied science degree.

Drive your future where you want to go by transferring to a 4-year university or finding employment at a range of automotive businesses.

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Quality Instructors

Todd Fortier

After graduating with an associate degree, Todd went on to earn a bachelor degree from Eastern Illinois University. He has been an ASE Master Certified Technician for 25 years. Todd has 9 years of independent repair facility experience and 20 years teaching experience.

Tom Wester

Tom began with an associate degree and now holds a master degree from Pittsburg State University. He is an ASE Master Certified Technician plus an ASE L1 Advanced Level Specialist. Tom has worked in independent shops as well as fleet operations. He has been teaching for 8 years.

ICC's Automotive Program covers

  • Internal Combustion Engines
  • General Automotive Technology
  • Suspension, Steering and Alignment
  • Vehicle Electrical Systems
  • Air Conditioning Systems
  • Emission and Drivability
  • Fuel and Ignition Systems
  • Electrical Accessory Circuits
  • Manual Transmission and Drive Axles
  • Automatic Transmissions
  • Engine Machining and Rebuilding
  • Shop Practices
  • Engine Performance and Testing
  • Motor Vehicle Electronics
  • Automotive Internship

Five of your classes over the two-year period will be general education classes, which in most cases, can transfer to other colleges and universities.

The general education classes are designed to help you develop soft skills like communication and writing skills, math skills and so on. Others expose you to the broader world we live in, particularly through humanities and social sciences. These courses add up to 15 credit hours of the 67 credit hours you need to successfully complete and earn your degree.

We are dedicated to giving you every advantage in the workforce, but don't just take our word for it, hear what our Alumni had to say!

Let Your Passion Drive Your Future

We don’t just create graduates, we create professionals. If you have the desire to learn the latest technology and automotive trends surrounding Automotive Techonology, then start here. We will give you the tools, opportunity and earning potential you need to build your future.

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