Automotive Technology
Kurt Beaumont
kbeaumont@mansd.org
Syllabus

Daniel McNally
dmcnally@mansd.org
Syllabus

Career Paths
- General Automotive         Technician
- Auto Dealer Technician
- Auto Parts Salesperson
- Service Station  Attendant
- Specialized Auto Repair    Shop

Dual Enrollment
This program is a Running Start program, which awards transferrable college credit to students who enroll.

Do you like to work on cars? As a student in this program, you will be instructed by ASE Certified Instructors, use the best tools and state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to develop professional automotive skills. 


Students will be trained through classroom instruction and active participation in the Automotive Lab according to the curriculum of the Maintenance and Light Repair Task List. This is part of the NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation). As a NATEF certified program, the Automotive Technology program at MST will also include online learning components. 


Second year seniors have the opportunity to participate in an internship program in a variety of area repair centers and dealerships.


Interested students compete in state and national Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills contests and have the opportunity to earn college scholarships and awards.


Recommended Prerequisites:

Math, English, Science, and ICT


Program Requirements:

$30 Lab fee

Work boots

Coveralls