Automotive General Motors Technician

This program will prepare students to perform maintenance and minor repairs on GM vehicles. Students may also move from this program into the GM/ASEP degree program.   VISIT THE AUTO DEPARTMENT WEBSITE   Apply & Register Program Details

This program will prepare students to perform maintenance and minor repairs on GM vehicles. Students may also move from this program into the GM/ASEP degree program.

 

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Area of Interest:
Automotive
Degree/Certificate:
Certificate of Achievement
Code Course Credits
First Year / First Semester
AUT-101 Automotive Fundamentals 3
AUT-111 Automotive Brake Systems 3
AUT-141 Automotive Electrical/Electronic Principles 4
    10
Code Course Credits
Second Semester (Spring)
AUT-131 Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning 3
AUT-121 Steering & Suspension Systems 4
    7
Dealership Experience (Summer)
AUT-181 Automotive Practicum I 3
  Total Credits 20

Program Goals

  • To provide quality, state-of-the-art training to those who
    wish to enter the automotive service industry as a GM
    technician.
  • To provide quality, state-of-the-art training to those people
    who are currently employed in the automotive service
    industry and wish to upgrade their technical skills.
  • To prepare students to enter the automotive service industry
    and serve as general automotive technicians.
  • To encourage students to embrace lifelong learning by
    applying their credits toward the associate’s degree in
    Automotive Technology.

Employment Opportunities

The students must complete at least one 9-week practicum at a GM dealership to meet graduation requirements. This practicum usually leads to full-time employment. The dealers have requested GM to develop this type of program.

Special Admissions Requirements

  • Applicants must complete the required application form,
    submit official high school records and college transcripts
    and, if applicable, arrange to take the College Placement Test.
  • After applying for admission, students will receive test
    information from the ASEP Director.
  • Applicants must bring an abstract of their driving record from
    the NJDMV.
  • After being accepted by the College, students must be
    sponsored by a General Motors dealer before beginning the
    program.
  • Students must purchase or possess a basic tool set before
    beginning their first college practicum at the sponsoring
    dealerships. (The College provides a list of the required tools.)
  • Students must have clean driving record, and be able to pass
    drug and background checks.

Contact Person

Christopher Gallo, Director
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4544
email: cgallo@camdencc.edu

Additional information

CIP Code

47.0604

Program Code

GMT.CA