For questions regarding the program, please contact any of the following Automotive Technology faculty:
Name: Mr. Steve PolleyEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 620-235-6515
Name: Dr. Robert FrisbeeEmail: email@example.comPhone: 620-235-4380
The Bachelor of Science in Automotive Technology program is designed to prepare students for supervisory positions in industrial organizations to assume responsibility in product development, manufacturing, sales and distribution, training or teaching.
Students interested in this Bachelor of Science degree must have an Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Services Technology (AAS) from an accredited college, 2.5 GPA, and can transfer up to 64 hours of completed college credit toward the Bachelor of Science in Automotive Technology degree.
Each semester, two courses are offered for the Bachelor of Science in Automotive Technology degree. One course in automotive technology is offered online or hybrid and one course is offered on Thursday evenings beginning at 6:00 p.m. at the Kansas City Metro Center.
The following general education courses are required in this Bachelor of Science degree:
If the general education course requirements were not met as part of the associate's degree, then it will be required to complete them by the close of the third semester in the Bachelor of Science in Automotive Technology program. Learn more about Bachelor of Science in Automotive Technology program requirements.