There's a growing need for automotive service and repair pros! If you have a love of cars and a skill with engines, we can provide the advanced training you'll need to start a career in this field. Gwinnett Tech's automotive programs will train you on the latest vehicles and technology. You'll learn service and repair procedures that are popular on today's automobiles and trucks.
Gwinnett Tech's Automotive Service Technology and Automotive Technology programs are accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation, Inc./Automotive Service Excellence (ASE-NATEF).
Gwinnett Tech’s Automotive Technology program currently offers an associate degree, diploma and seven HOPE Career Grants. HOPE Career Grants provide free tuition assistance toward educational costs for eligible students enrolled in an approved designated program of study. Students must be eligible for, and receiving, the HOPE Grant or Zell Miller Grant to be awarded the HOPE Career Grant. It provides assistance with educational costs that are not covered by the HOPE or Zell Miller Grants.
- Automotive Technology, Degree
- Automotive Technology, Diploma
- Auto Electrical/Electronic Systems Technician, Certificate
- Automotive Chassis Technician, Certificate
- Automotive Climate Control Technician, Certificate
- Automotive Engine Performance Technician, Certificate
- Automotive Engine Repair Technician, Certificate
- Automotive Transmission/Transaxle Tech Specialist, Certificate
Our General Automotive program is pleased to offer the Nissan Technician Training Academy (NTTA) program for prospective Nissan and Infiniti technicians. Students who want specialized training on Nissan and Infiniti vehicles may do so by enrolling in the General Automotive program at degree level and declaring this intention during orientation. These students will then train on Nissan and Infiniti vehicles during lab exercises utilizing Nissan-specific tools, equipment and technical information. Actual technician training credit for certain Nissan Technical Training courses may be earned by completing approved courses in the General Automotive program curriculum, as well.