Associate of Applied Science / 68-71 credits
The purpose of the Automotive Technology program is to train students for employment in automotive service and repair. The laboratory phase of courses uses modern tools and equipment while performing actual “live” service and repairs on automobiles. The classroom phase includes discussion of principles on the operation of automotive systems and components, demonstration of repair techniques, textbook assignments, and quizzes. Basic mechanic hand tools, supplies, books, and working clothes are required for enrollment.
Length of Program
The program is designed around a 2 year full time semester schedule
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Lawrence Martinson, Program Coordinator
Phone: 808 984 3678
J. Moana Kaho’ohanohano, Counselor
Phone: 808 984 3306
Fax: 808 984 3872
Appointments: 808 984 3306
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