Two students working on a car

Automotive Program Learning Outcomes

Automotive Service Technology Program graduates will

  • Show shop safety practices and awareness of environmental concerns related to the industry.
  • Demonstrate technical knowledge, understanding, and skills for applied tasks of ASEEF Program Accreditation.
  • Apply the principles of engineering, mathematics, and science to analyze and diagnose electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical concerns in automotive applications. Form Revised Fall 2014
  • Demonstrate computer knowledge and skills to research, report, and present industry related data.
  • Apply critical thinking skills in technical problem solving.
  • Understand the need for, and engagement in, self-directed continuing professional development.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the use of Industry approved diagnostic equipment to analyze and diagnose vehicle systems.

Source: 2018 Faculty In-Service Worksheet


Contact Information

Joe Aranki, Program Coordinator
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1054, (630) 942–2534

Thomas Robertson, Professor
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1064, (630) 942–2439

Peter Deeman, Program Advisor

Bridget McFarland, Program Support Specialist

Business and Applied Technology Division
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1034, (630) 942-2592