Gain Practical Experience
Students will grow their auto mechanics and management skills through relatable, hands-on courses that allow them to gain practical experience. The coursework of this degree will prepare students for management positions in various contexts, including manufacturers, aftermarket producers, dealerships, and other technology-oriented companies.
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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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If you are interested in Automotive Technology Management, start with one of the following major-specific courses:
Students will apply their knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to engineering technology problems. Students will be taught how to employ principles and practical knowledge to demonstrate leadership skills and quality workmanship.