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Idaho State University

一道本不卡免费高清Each year students from the Automotive Technology and Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing programs organize southeast Idaho's largest car show .  This event provides funds for personal and professional skill building through the SKILLsUSA student organization.

Graduates Employed or Continuing Education Five-Year Average

96%

Idaho Median Income

$39,540

National Median Income

$40,710

ASE NATEF Certified Program

Degree Options

Program Overview

Career Opportunities

Program Requirements

Students must possess a driver's license; it is necessary to test drive vehicles and move cars in and out of the shop. You should be able to drive both a manual and automatic shift vehicle, and be willing to purchase your own tools.

Minimum Test Scores

SATEnglish: 360Math: 360
ACTEnglish: 14Math: 14
ALEKS Math: 14
AccuPlacerEnglish: 232 

一道本不卡免费高清NOTE: Licensure, certification, and/or employment applications related to some degree programs require students to disclose any history of criminal prosecution which may include the student’s driving record. Students who have a criminal history are strongly encouraged to contact the licensing agency or meet with the coordinator of the program they are interested in, prior to beginning classes, to discuss potential impediments to licensure, certification, or employment.

 

Programs Related to Automotive Technology

Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing Student Painting a Car Bumper

Aircraft Maintenance Technology Student working on an engine

Diesel/On-Site Power Generation Technology Instructors

Students in the Mechanical Engineering  Technology Lab

Contact Us

ctech@mizarchessengine.com

一道本不卡免费高清 208-282-2800

Repair Services 208-282-3605