Automotive Technology Degree Curriculum
City College offers credit for two years of pre-apprentice training for students seeking employment in the automotive industry. Students may apply the earned credit toward the Associate in Science degree. See the CCSF Curriculum Page.
Successful completion of training in this program prepares students for entry employment in the areas of automotive-mechanic and body person apprenticeship. Training will be considered in determining level of entry into apprenticeship. See also "Jobs" on the Resources page.
Applicants for admission must complete an application form which may be obtained from the automotive-technology adviser at the Evans Campus, 1400 Evans Avenue. All applications are reviewed and evaluated, and the results are forwarded to each applicant.
Recommended High-School Preparation
Preparation is recommended in auto shop, electricity, machine shop, mechanical drawing, and welding.
The automotive-technology adviser consults individually with students in order to help each student select a program best suited to the student's interests andabilities.
Instruction in general education is included so that students may satisfy the College graduation requirements in this area.
Associate in Science Degree and Award of Achievement
Students who wish to earn an Associate in Science degree must complete the general-education requirements for graduation from the College and additional electives. Students who satisfy these requirements and complete either of the options in the Curriculum receive the degree of Associate in Science and the Award of Achievement in Automotive Technology. Such students are advised to consult with a College counselor.