Automotive Service (ASSET)
Automotive Service (ASSET) is an associate’s degree program to prepare individuals for service and repair positions in automobile dealerships and independent garages. The program consists of a well-balanced group of courses designed to provide students with the job competencies and skills required for entry-level employment. Students are required to complete 71 credit hours in core, cognate and General Education courses. In addition, students are required to participate in cooperative education at local automobile repair facilities.
• Service Technician • Service Manager
The Automotive Service (ASSET) program is fully certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) Board and is fully accredited in all Ford Motor Company STST credentialing areas. NATEF, 101 Blue Seal Drive, S.E., Suite 101, Leesburg, VA 20175. Phone: 703-669-6650, www.natef.org.
- Davenport University
- Eastern Michigan University
- Ferris State University
- Lawrence Technological University
- Siena Heights University
- University of Michigan - Dearborn
Required Core Courses
Required Support Courses
Students must also complete the specific degree requirements for the Associate in Applied Science Degree. Courses listed in the Required Core Courses and/or Required Support Courses may also be used to fulfill Associate in Applied Science Degree Requirements when applicable. Developmental courses (developmental courses are those numbered below 100) cannot be used to fulfill these requirements.
Students must also complete the General Education requirements of the College. Courses listed in the Required Core Courses and/or Required Support Courses for the, as well as courses used to fulfill requirements of the Associate in Applied Science degree, may also be used to fulfill General Education requirements when applicable.
Requirements are Subject to Change
Recommended Course Sequence
ENG 135*: Students may select either ENG 132 or ENG 135.
Gen Ed: Students should select their General Education Outcome #1: American Society, Events, Institutions, and Cultures course requirement in the Spring/Summer I semester. Students considering transferring to a four-year institution should consult transfer guides and articulation agreements to ensure the appropriate course is selected.
During the Fifth Semester (Winter II) students will be required to take a Business Management Course. This course will be determined by the ASSET program coordinator, Mr. Gary Heinz.