National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF),CAPS Local program and offers more than 16 NC3 certifications to both our students and the public through continuing education.
MCC was the first college in the state of Nebraska to offer NC3 certifications. We are proud to announce we finished in the top 10 schools in the nation for certifications issued in 2015! Want to know more about NC3 and see how we are doing this year? Click here to learn more. We are also proud to announce our partnership with MOPAR CAPS Local made possible with the NC3 partnership. Click here to learn more.
who we are
Metropolitan Community College's Automotive Technology program focuses on preparing students for careers in the automotive field, and works closely with regional and national industry to encourage growth and training in preparation for real-world work environments. Our program utilizes the most current and modern technology and testing equipment to enhance the training offered, and required, by today's automotive industry.
So if you are ready to be part of a growing industry and are seeking a career that will utilize the degree you will earn, with above average starting pay for graduates, then we invite you to challenge yourself with our program.
For more information, contact Al Cox at 531-MCC-4691.
Alan Cox, department coordinator 531-MCC-4691
Dave Donham, instructor 531-MCC-4692
Richard Swierczek, instructor 531-MCC-4693
For additional information on class enrollments, contact Al Cox.
No application required. Just sign up! Sign up for AUTT 1010, AUTT 1210, AUTT 1220 and AUTT 1310 when enrolling. A valid driver's license is required and will be checked the first night of class. You can not pass the entry level class without a valid driver's license.
For more information, contact Student Services on any campus. See the student handbook below for program specifics.
- Automotive Technology (AUAAS) - associate in applied science, allows students to begin earning a living while taking hybrid course work
- Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair Technician (AUMCA) - certificate of achievement, helps students develop skills in diagnosing and repairing common entry level items, while developing a career path focusing on personal growth
CUSTOM CAR BUILD PROJECT
Follow the progress at blogs.mccneb.edu/streetrod/. Check back for updates!
If you would like to inquire about a getting your vehicle's mechnical systems repaired by our students, contact Al Cox or 531-MCC-4691. Be sure to include as much detail as you can about the vehicle along with any written estimates from a professional. This helps us determine which class may be the best equipped to meet your needs. If you are a current MCC student or staff member, please use OrgSync to inquire about repairs. Click here for a direct link to the site.
For paint, body or collision repair, go to the Collision department.
***PLEASE NOTE*** We are a learning facility, not a repair shop. Repairs often take a long time to complete. Sometimes repairs can take several weeks, and in some cases, several months. Warranties are limited to parts only. Please ask for details.
For more information, visit:
Automotive Technology Resource Page
Credit Classes and Registration
GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION
The US Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that "Prepares students for Gainful Employment in a recognized occupation." The following are Gainful Employment program(s), meaning they are certificate program(s) that are intended to lead directly to employment. We hope that this information is helpful to our current students and to prospective students as they make their career and educational choices.
Automotive Technician Assistant (AUTCC) - Career Certificate
Automotove Under-Vehicle Specialist (AUVCC) - Career Certificate
Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair Technician (AUMCA) - Certificate of Achievement