Automotive Service Technology

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 W. Rob Carter, Instructor
wcarter3@bcps.org


Courses Offered:


Introduction to Auto Technology I
Automotive Service Technology I
Automotive Service Technology II, III, IV & V
Automotive Service CWE & 4 CWE


Elective Courses: 

Automotive Service Tech Ext
Parallel/Dual Enrollment
Advanced Classes
Capstone Work Experience 

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The Automotive Service Technology program introduces students to the career field of automotive service and repair.  students are required to perform selected skilled services outlined in National Automotive Technician's education Foundation (NATEF) requirements using specialized tools and equipment on late-model vehicles.  A variety of teaching methods are used to enhance the earning process by reinforcing critical thinking and academic skills which prepare students with electronics diagnosis, troubleshooting, and customer relations skills needed by today's automotive technicians.  students learn Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certified skills through computerized automotive simulators, shop demonstrations, diagnostic testing and hands-on activities performed on shop vehicles.

**Articulated college credit may be earned from the Community College of Baltimore County.

**Students may earn a minimum of four MSDE Career & Technology (CTE) credits for graduation.

​**Applications are accepted for grades 9 and 10.
Transportation is provided for students who are zoned for the Northwest and Southwest areas.

Please contact the Magnet coordinator should you have any questions or concerns regarding the application process.

Arinita Crawford
Magnet Coordinator
acrawford@bcps.org
(410) 922-5219