Automotive Service and Technology
Associates Degree: Students who graduate with an A.S. degree can work as a full-time automotive technician or continue in education at Cal Poly or other CSU campuses in Industrial Technology.
In addition to careers noted below, past SBCC Automotive Associate Degree graduates have gone on to become teachers, managers in industry, construction managers, and zone representatives or trainers for automotive manufacturers. The certificate program is designed for those desiring a career in the field of Automotive Repair.
- Automotive Technician/Mechanic
- Automotive Master Mechanic
- Car Salesperson
- Service Manager
- Service Writer
- Vehicle Inspector/Smog Check Technician
SBCC OfferingsAutomotive Service and Technology at SBCC
A.S. Degree and Certificate in Automotive Service and Technology
EDD Occupational Guides *Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics
*Information on job descriptions for these fields is pulled from Onet Online, a nationally maintained source of occupational information, and The California Employment Development Department (EDD) website. Visit these sites for additional occupation profiles, or explore the extensive career and major database, Eureka, that SBCC subscribes to at www.eureka.org; create an account there using the SBCC site ID code: VUOHNDU.