Automotive Technology – Mazda Pathway
The Associate of Science degree in Automotive Technology – Mazda Pathway provides the technical training and academic course work needed to build a rewarding career.
Our two-year degree program features hands-on automotive lab experience working on actual automotive problems in a real shop atmosphere. This “live work” approach lets students apply skills by performing work on vehicles needing repair. High-tech training is grouped with course work that explores the operation of automotive systems and engine repair, including; electrical, brakes, steering and suspension, automatic and manual transmissions, heating and cooling, and engine performance. Along the way you will receive individual instruction from our experienced faculty and enjoy a small class size. All Instructors are ASE master certified with L1 Advanced diagnostic certification. As a graduate, you will be prepared to take the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) technician certification exam.
The Mazda Pathway: The Mazda Automotive Student Training (MAST) connects schools and students with Mazda dealers to create a Mazda-supported technician career path.
Ready to Experience the Best of Student Living
Housing is available for students just over the border in nearby Lowell, Massachusetts. Called the Edge Merrimack River, the housing offers roommate matching services and a choice of individually leased one, two, and four-bedroom floor plans with separate keyed bedrooms, modern stylistic finishes, and gourmet kitchens. Apartments are fully furnished and include all utilities except electricity. Edge Merrimack River also has amenities on site such as private study rooms, a clubhouse with games, and fitness center.
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