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Automotive Electronics and Drivability

  • Credits
    18
  • Degree Type
    Certificate
  • Campus Location
    TRF
  • No Laptop RequiredLaptop NOT Required

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Program Accreditation

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College Accreditation

Northland Community & Technical College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

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Program Specific Requirements

GPA 2.0 or higher in all AUMO courses.

Program Course Listings

Required Courses

Course # Course Name Credits
AUMO 1112 Ignition/Tune-up 3 credits
AUMO 2202 Body Electrical 3 credits
AUMO 2204 Auto Computers 3 credits
AUMO 2207 Fuels/Injection/Emissions 5 credits
AUMO 2210 Driveability 4 credits
TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

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Program Learner Outcomes

Employment Outlook & Opportunities

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The employment outlook for automotive service technicians and mechanics in the state of Minnesota from 2010 to 2020 is 12.4%, a high growth career.

Program Faculty

Thief River Falls Campus

  • Norman Halsa
  • Automotive Service Technology Instructor
  • (218) 683-8685
  • Mark A Johnson
  • Automotive Service Technology Instructor
  • (218) 683-8686