• Automotive Technology

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  • Training in the Automotive Program prepares a student with skills and knowledge for employment as an entry-level automotive technician.  Training is in various phases of automotive technology including engines, electrical, autotronics, suspension systems, power trains, air conditioning, and tune-up.  The student will also complete a course in the use of microcomputers.  Shop experiences include automotive work typical of work done in and automotive repair shop.  Level 1 and Level II Certificates and an Associates in Applied Science Degree are awards available in this program.  In order to graduate, the student must pass the required courses and Capstones for the applicable degree plan.

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     Brian Wolf
    Automotive Instructor 
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     Professor Jack Young 

     Technology Division, Automotive, 
    CIT and Accounting Coordinator
    Drafting & Design Instructor
    Office: T-118 Beeville
    (361) 354-2325 


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    Kathryn Filbin      
      Workforce Support Specialist
    Adjunct Instructor/Business Technology  
        (361) 354-2326