Auto Mechanic Schools in Las Vegas, NV with Degree Summaries

The Las Vegas area has only one school offering auto mechanic programs within ten miles of downtown. Learn about the degree and certificate programs, admission info and program requirements for this school to make an informed education decision.

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Las Vegas Schools with Auto Mechanic Programs

There is just one school in the Las Vegas area that offers auto mechanic programs. This article discusses that school, which is located in downtown. Also provided at the end of the article is a table highlighting valuable school information.

  • The College of Southern Nevada, located in downtown Las Vegas, offers three certificates of achievement in automotive technology, each with a different area of emphasis (diagnostic specialist, heavy-line specialist or auto maintenance & light repair). The school also offers an associate degree in automotive technology.

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School Details

Check out the table below for specifics on school type, enrollment, tuition and more.

College of Southern Nevada
School Type Four-year, public
Total Enrollment (2017) 33,914*
Campus Setting Large city
Tuition & Fees (2017-2018) $3,285 in-state
$10,063 out-of-state*
% of First-Year Students Receiving Some Form of Financial Aid (2017) 74%*
Graduation Rate (Students began in 2011) 9% (21% transfer-out rate)*

Source: *National Center for Education Statistics.

College of Southern Nevada

The College of Southern Nevada currently offers four automotive technology training opportunities. Students can choose between an associate's degree program and three specialized certificate programs. All of the programs include some hands-on lab work to go along with classroom instruction.

Certificate of Achievement in Automotive Technology - Diagnostic Specialist Emphasis

This 32-credit certificate program can prepare students for work as engine diagnostic technicians. Students learn about safety procedures and how to use power tools and diagnostic equipment. Courses include engine repair, engine performance and automotive electronics and electricity. Students also get some practice replacing batteries and repairing vehicle computer systems. Upon completion of the program, students are ready to obtain the State of Nevada Class 1G smog inspector license.

Certificate of Achievement in Automotive Technology - Heavy-line Specialist Emphasis

Students in this 31-credit certificate program are taught how to diagnose and repair manual and automatic transmissions, transaxles, clutches and differentials. Students also learn how to service engines. The program prepares students to take ASE exams in automatic transmissions, electrical, engine repair and manual transmissions.

Certificate of Achievement in Automotive Technology - Auto Maintenance & Light Repair Emphasis

The 32-credit auto maintenance and light repair certificate program prepares students for work on regular vehicles, as well as alternative fuel and hybrid automobiles. The program covers battery repair, mechanical diagnosis and engine service. Students also learn how to repair brake, steering, suspension and heating systems. The program prepares students for ASE exams in engine repair, heating and air conditioning, brakes, electrical and suspension. Students can pursue a State of Nevada Class 1G smog inspector license as well.

Associate of Applied Science in Automotive Technology - Master Technician

This 74-credit associate's degree program in automotive technology is taught by ASE master-certified technicians. The curriculum includes classes in engine repair, brakes, automatic transmissions and automotive electricity. Students who complete the program are prepared to take multiple ASE exams.

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