About Automotive

Automotive prepares students to succeed in the automotive industry as technicians and shop managers at automotive dealerships, service/repair centers, and independent shops. Students acquire both the diagnostic and repair skills needed to service the sophisticated technologies, complex systems, and materials used in modern automobiles.

Automotive provides training in two main areas: Collision Repair & Refinishing and Automotive Service. The automotive service side also includes manufacturer-specific service programs for Honda, Mopar, and Toyota, with additional training offered for Audi and Subaru vehicles.

Dunwoody has one of the most sophisticated automotive educational labs in the country. Instructors are certified ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) technicians and all programs are accredited by their industry-specific professional organization including, NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) and I-CAR (Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair).

Graduates are highly valued by industry. In fact, most Dunwoody automotive technology graduates have outstanding job offers long before they actually graduate. Most graduates earn an associate of applied science degree.