Automotive Maintenance and Light Automotive Repair One-Semester Certificate

This program follows a structured schedule, Monday – Friday from 8 AM to 3 PM.

The Automotive Maintenance and Light Automotive Repair Level 1 Certificate is a specialized program that allows students to fast track into the automotive industry. Students will be trained on the basic essentials that are necessary to start an automotive degree. Completing the Level 1 Certificate allows a student to work in jobs such as a vehicle service apprentice, a lubrication and chassis specialist, and other entry level automotive repair positions.

This certificate is a stackable credential earned while enrolled in the one-year certificate program.  The certificate is earned upon successful completion of the first semester.


First Semester Hours
AUMT 1405
Introduction to Automotive Technology
AUMT 1312
Basic Automotive Service
AUMT 1257
Automotive Brake Systems Theory
AUMT 1310
Automotive Brake Systems
AUMT 1307
Automotive Electrical Systems
Total Hours 15

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To learn more, please contact us.

Stan DeVore
Program Coordinator, Automotive Service Technology
(903) 823-3354, office
(903) 823-3234, shop
Brandon Washington
Dean of Workforce & Continuing Education
(903) 823-3232

Automotive Technology Course Descriptions

AUMT 1257 W - Automotive Brake Systems Theory (2,1,2).
AUMT 1307 W - Automotive Electrical Systems (3,2,4).
AUMT 1310 W - Automotive Brake Systems (3,2,4).
AUMT 1312 W - Basic Automotive Service (3,2,4).
AUMT 1316 W - Automotive Suspension/ Steering Systems (3,2,4).
AUMT 1319 W - Automotive Engine Repair (3,2,4).
AUMT 1345 W - Automotive Climate Control Systems (3,2,4).
AUMT 1405 W - Introduction to Automotive Technology (4,2,6).
AUMT 2289 W -Internship: Automobile/Automotive Mechanics Technology/Technician (2,0,12).
AUMT 2301 W - Automotive Management (3,2,2).
AUMT 2313 W - Automotive Drive Train and Axels (3,2,4).
AUMT 2317 W - Automotive Engine Performance Analysis I (3,2,4).
AUMT 2332 W - Automotive Automatic Transmission and Transaxle II (3,2,4).
AUMT 2334 W - Automotive Engine Performance Analysis II (3,2,4).