The Automotive Technology Program at the Mount provides students with the opportunity to earn a Certificate in Automotive Technology or an Associate Degree in Automotive Technology. Upon completion of either program, students are prepared for positions in automotive and other related fields. During the course of study, students will develop skills and competencies in diagnostics and repair. Students will gain the knowledge they need to prepare for ASE Certification.
New Garage and Classrooms!
A beautiful new building to learn in!
Our Automotive Technology Center moved to our new space at 42 Linus Allain Avenue (near Maki’s) in 2020. Our Auto Tech program enjoys an 11,000 square-foot freshly remodeled space featuring:
A student lounge with garage observation.
Eight service bays.
An engine and transmission laboratory.
State-of-the-art automotive electrical trainers.
Men’s and women’s locker rooms.
A large conference and classroom.
HyFlex Course instruction allowing students to attend in person, remotely in real-time, or view class recordings on their own time.
Expanded Career Options!
What Careers Can You Pursue With an Automotive Technology Degree?
When you study automotive technology at a community college, you qualify for many jobs in the automotive technology field. Mechanics can specialize in a high-demand area, earning more money and broadening their job opportunities. Just a few of the positions auto mechanic college programs qualify you for include:
Diesel service technician.
OEM Certified Service Technician
Service writer / Advisor
Parts Department Technician
Small Engine Repair Technician
Automobile Sales Professional
Not sure what you want to specialize in? MWCC offers automotive technology career information that can help you narrow your choices through our Career Services Center, which offers resources and information for job seekers.
MWCC is here to help you earn a degree!
Besides being one of the state's standout automotive technology colleges, MWCC supports its students in unique and impactful ways. We offer special programs such as:
A food pantry where students can collect up to 20 free items a month, such as personal hygiene products, canned goods, and school supplies.
Child care for parents attending our school through the CCAMPIS program (Child Care Access Means Parents In School).
Award-winning Veterans Services program.
Our flexible programs let you study on your schedule, through automotive technology online courses and night classes.