Automotive Technology
college articulation

Automotive Technology - College Credit

Articulation is an agreement between The Tech Center and colleges with similar programs. The agreement between us and these schools allows students to earn college credit while attending high school. If a student meets the criteria for articulation, he/she will not have to repeat the class in college, saving the students time and money.

For a list of colleges that offer the articulated credit see the list below. For more information on each of these colleges, click the program description. 

 

Davenport University

Program:

Business Administration

Special Tests or Requirements:

A grade of B or better in the program
Complete one or two years of automotive technology

Articulated Courses:

GNBS for one year of automotive technology 6 credits
GNBS for two years of automotive technology 12 credits

 

Ferris State university

Program:

Automotive Service Technology

Special Tests or Requirements:

NATEF Certified program
A grade of B or better in the program
Student must pass State certification test or ASE test in area of articulation

Articulated Courses:

AUTO 112 Automotive Brake Systems 4 credits
AUTO 113 Automotive Electricity & Electronics 4 credits
AUTO 115 Suspension-Steering-Alignment Service 4 credits

 

Grand rapids community college

Program:

Automotive Technology

Special Tests or Requirements:

Completed SARP form with most/all "yes"
A grade average of B or better in the program

Articulated Courses:

TR 147-Automotive Brake Systems 2 credits
TR 148-Automotive Steering and Suspension 2credits

 

university of northwestern ohio

Program:

Automotive Technology

Special Tests or Requirements:

A grade average of B or better in the program
Instructor Sign off

Articulated Courses:

AU 126-Suspension and Steering
AU 127-Hydraulic Brake Systems 6credits