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Take a look under the hood: Are you fascinated with cars and how they work?

EFSC's Master Automotive Service Technology program prepares students for entry-level positions with automobile dealerships, fleet operators, automotive specialty shops, mass merchandiser and independent retailers.

This certificate program meets the stringent requirements of ASE (National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence) and is ASE/NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) master certified in all eight areas of automotive service specialization.

NATEF is proud to recognize Eastern Florida State College and congratulate them on being the first automobile technology program to meet the updated NATEF automobile accreditation standards. The new standards were updated in 2012 to reflect the latest standards of knowledge as defined by the industry to
ensure the supply of qualified, entry-level automotive professionals well into the future.

Both program instructors are ASE-certified master automotive technicians, with a total of more than 40 years of automotive service experience between them.

In the program, students will use state-of-the-art diagnostic and test equipment, learn operational theory, diagnostic procedures and industry-accepted methods for servicing and repairing current automotive systems. The program is on the Cocoa campus and is a two-year, full-time program with classes taught in the daytime.

All courses within the program are a combination of classroom lecture, practical demonstration and "hands-on" shop experience.

Program Contact:
Dottie Ross 321-433-7499

Important Notice

The Automotive Service Technology program requires a special application process in addition to the College's general admission application.