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The Automotive Technology Management (ATM) program prepares students for a professional career in the automotive industry. UCM is one of less than 20 institutions nationwide offering a bachelor's degree in ATM. It is through this quality-learning environment that the automotive graduates of the University of Central Missouri are becoming the new leaders of tomorrow's industry.
Automotive related careers include professional-level positions as: customer service representatives, field service engineers, sales representatives, claims adjusters, vocational education instructors and technical trainers.
|The Automotive Technology Management program at UCM offers three unique specialties. Through lab intensive classes, students will experience the physical aspects of the career, while learning the theory behind the work.|
|UCM's automotive faculty care about each student and help them to achieve their goals through quality instruction methods and current technology/equipment.|
|For information on any of the options in Automotive Technology Management, please click the links to the left. These are recomended four year guides, your schedule may vary.|
|UCM's Automotive Technology Management program has been awarded part of a five million dollar federal grant from the Department of Energy involving Advanced Electric Drive Vehicles (AEV's).|
|For a complete list of current student scholarship opportunities available through the UCM Foundation within the School of Technology, please click the link to the right.|
For scholarships provided by the many industry supporters of the Automotive Technology Management program at UCM, please click the link to the right. Application deadlines and mailing address are stated for each scholarship.
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|The ATM program at UCM is one of only four in the country that is fully accredited by The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).|