Are you passionate about cars and do you want to learn how to repair them? Take your curiosity about foreign and domestic automobiles and the various systems that make them run smoothly and earn an automotive repair degree from Aims.
The automotive world is constantly changing as the technology that operates vehicles continually evolves. Transmissions are gaining more gears and computers run an increasing number of automotive components, including air conditioning, brakes and even suspension systems. These advancements in automotive technology are driving demand for mechanics with training in current equipment, including increasingly complex computer systems and direct fuel injection and variable valve timing systems.
The Aims automotive service technology degree program is a hands-on learning experience using the latest diagnostic and repair equipment. Gain classroom and shop experience in the state-of-the-art 45,000-square-foot Aims Automotive and Technology Center, located on the Windsor campus. Learn in classrooms, shops and simulation rooms stocked with the latest technology and facility operational components.
The Aims automotive department offers comprehensive tours where you can ask questions and see the equipment you’ll use while earning your automotive repair degree.