UAA Community & Technical College Ranked Among the Best Automotive Mechanic Schools in the Nation


TheBestSchools.org just released their rankings of automotive mechanic schools and the University of Alaska Community and Technical College placed 13th in the nation.

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#13 University of Alaska Anchorage – Community and Technical College

The University of Alaska Anchorage, the largest university in Alaska, is a public university that offers a straightforward approach to the study of automotive technology through its Community and Technical College division.

The school is career-focused, and the courses are modeled after corporate training programs, and based on ASE certification standards. It offers the unique option of the General Motors ASEP program, which specifically prepares students for automotive service career on GM vehicles, through partnering with GM dealerships. This provides strong career recruitment potential, as well as paid, on-the-job experience, and prepares students for Master ASE-certification.

The courses have small class sizes, and take a hands-on approach, allowing students to gain valuable experience with a wide variety of vehicles, working closely alongside instructors and peers.

The University of Alaska Anchorage is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on College and Universities (NWCCU) and its automotive programs are accredited by NATEF.

Degree Programs:

  • Associate of Applied Science – Automotive Technology with focus in General Automotive, or with focus in General Motors ASEP
  • Associate of Applied Science – Diesel Power Technology

Other Programs:

  • Certificate – Automotive Technology
  • Certificate – Diesel Power Technology

Source: The 20 Best Automotive Mechanic Schools | The Best Schools

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