Degree and certificate programs
Maintaining and repairing increasingly high-tech cars and trucks to keep drivers on the road.
Vehicles are becoming more and more complex with high-tech computer systems. Due to the intricacy of vehicles, qualified automotive technicians are highly valued by vehicle owners. Students can train for a successful automotive technology career at the Workforce Institute in a state-of-the-art facility with the newest automotive technology equipment.
Complete theÌýAutomotive Technician Certificate of Achievement!ÌýView upcoming start times.
Degrees & Certs
ÂÌÃ±Éç offers the following associate degreeÌýand certificate programs to successfully equip you for a career in the auto tech field.
For fall 2023, spring 2024 and summer 2024, automotive technology (AUT) classes (except AUT 210) have a tuition rate of $205.50 per credit hour for in-district residents. AUT 210 has a standard in-district rate of $137 per credit hour.ÌýGet more information on tuition and fees.
Students are required to have a basic set of automotive tools. Ìýsold separately.
Learn more aboutÌýcost of attendance.
There are ways to get help paying for college. Learn more aboutÌýpaying for college.
Automotive Technician â€¢ Certificate of Achievement
Program costs as of August 2023:
- Tuition and fees: $7,088
- Books: $661.36
- Tools: $5,288.02
- Total: $13,037.38
Ready to enroll?
Schedule aÌýmeetingÌýwith Darla! Grab 45 minutes with us, and we will work with you to understand our programs, admission requirements and steps to enroll! These well-paying careers need trained workers now and in the future. Contact Darla Cochran, workforce enrollment specialist, at 217-786-2407 or Darla.Cochran@llcc.edu.
Note: After booking, you will receive an email and text confirmation. Please make sure to check your email spam/junk folders for the confirmation. Depending on your spam filter settings, your conformation may have been delivered there.
Questions and tours
General questions about Workforce Institute programs? Looking to book a group tour or learn how to hire our graduates? Contact Jeffrey Martin, workforce recruitment and placement coordinator, at 217-786-2373 or Jeffrey.Martin@llcc.edu.
The Workforce Institute has partnered with local Ford dealerships for the Ford Automotive Career Exploration (ACE) program, enhancing career pathways within the automotive industry for students.