Have you always been interested in working with cars and trucks. Do you find yourself learning the inner workings of your own engine? If you are interested in working on or repairing cars and light trucks as a service technician, working torward an auto mechanics degree could be a great opportunity for you. Automotive service technicians and mechanics, inspect, maintain, the standard parts of the car like the engine, brakes, steering, transmission and more.
Maybe you find working as a manager in the service aspect of the auto industry appealing. You could strive toward a job in the service department or eventually run your own garage. An applied service management degree could be beneficial to you. There are also master certified automotive programs and combination auto/diesel programs.
If you are interested in working with cars in a service oriented setting check out our auto schools that offer these specialized automotive programs. Finding the right automotive school could be easier than you think!
At UTI, you won't just train for a career. You'll train for success. The hands-on training and high-tech skills you'll get at UTI will put you on the fast track to a rewarding career as a professional technician.* Across the nation, you'll find UTI-trained technicians working in great jobs with top manufacturers, dealerships and repair shops. That's because employers know when they hire UTI graduates that they're getting skilled technicians with experience on the latest vehicles and technologies. And with UTI's accelerated training programs, you'll be ready to graduate and start your career as a professional technician in about one year.**
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