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Bachelor of Science
Automotive Technology Management (B.S.)
Students will understand automotive technology and business management styles as they prepare for career opportunities in managing the operations of automotive-related businesses.
Automotive Lab
Gain Practical Experience
Students will learn to understand the technology and develop problem-solving skills to help them once they enter the workforce. They will learn to apply critical thinking skills as they learn to evaluate problems, assimilate information, and implement solutions. Students will grow their auto mechanics and management skills through relatable, hands-on courses that allow them to gain practical experience.

This degree combines automotive and business management coursework to prepare students for career opportunities in managing the operations of automotive-related businesses, including manufacturers, aftermarket producers, dealerships, and other technology-oriented companies.

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Graduates with a degree in Automotive Technology Management have a wide array of rewarding careers before them. Check out some of the top careers students get with this degree or explore more career options in I-Plan.
The manager's responsibilities differ depending on their level or facility. In dealerships and repair facilities, a service manager directs the operations of the service department. At the corporate level, managers are needed to improve the business operations of departments, plants, warehouses, and much more.

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