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Automotive Technology Management
Area 2: Design Technology, Bachelor of Science Degree
The Automotive Technology program is designed to produce leaders to meet the increasing demand for skilled managers in industry. The program provides specialized training for students entering the automotive industry.
Why Choose Automotive Technology Management at UCM?
Area 2: Design Technology
- UCM is one of only 20 institutions nationwide offering a full-range bachelor's degree in Automotive Technology.
- UCM's Automotive Technology Management program is the only bachelor's degree in Automotive Technology across the country to achieve both accreditations from the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering, and the National Automotive Technicians Educational Foundation.
- The Gaines Technology Complex dedicates more than one-third of its 66,000-square-foot area to the automotive technology management program.
What will I study?
You will study in some of the finest facilities available in order to prepare you for positions in automotive technology and the transportation industry. You will learn in the classroom by applying your skills and through internship opportunities.
- Basic Auto CAD
- Fuel Systems and Emission Controls
- Fundamentals of Drafting
- Transmissions and Drivelines
Related areas of concentration:
- Automotive Technology Major
- Service Management Major
What can I do with a degree in Automotive Technology Management?
- Applications Engineer
- Platform Engineer
- Research and Development Specialist
- Robot Technician
How can I get involved outside the classroom?
At UCM, we value an engaging learning experience that includes student involvement and service-learning projects.
In Automotive Technology Management, there is the opportunity to be involved in the Society of Automotive Engineers.
About our Faculty:
The student to faculty ratio at UCM is 17 to 1, which allows professors to get to know students and provide personalized attention.
Faculty members within the school are qualified academically, and they are experienced industry professionals. The school's faculty maintain close relationships with alumni and related professional associations/industries to help students network for possible career opportunities.