Automotive Technology

Automotive Technology


Steve Johnson
Leestown Campus, South Wing 101
(859) 246-6774

Currently, there are no openings in the Automotive Technology program or program classes for fall 2017 or spring 2018. Students may began taking any general education or developmental classes at any time, provided there are openings in those classes, but completion of general education or developmental classes is not required prior to beginning the program nor does it provide priority for enrollment.

The next opportunity to enroll into the Automotive Technology program will be for FALL 2018. Enrollment into the Automotive Technology program for the FALL 2018 semester will be based on “First Come, First Served”.

The first available date for students to begin enrolling into the fall 2018 automotive program/classes will be Friday, March 2, 2018 at 8:00 A.M.  Enrollment will be on the Leestown campus, Building “S” room 101. We will be enrolling eighteen (18) students for the FALL 2018 semester program/classes. Students must be present to register!

Students wanting to enroll into the Automotive Technology program, but are be-on the 18 cap for the program, will have their name placed on an alternates list in case a place opens up, or additional classes are added, before the beginning of the fall 2018 semester. 

Upon arrival to register Friday, March 2, 2018, please sign in at the table located in the hallway outside of room S101 on the Leestown campus. Enrollment into the program after March 2 will be done by contacting Steven Johnson at either or 859-246-6774 and making an appointment.

Students who are wanting to enroll into the Automotive Technology program for fall 2018, but have not been previously enrolled or are currently attending BCTC, need to complete an application to the college. Students must have a student ID number to enroll on March 2, 2018!!!

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Program Information

Instruction in systems such as engines, fuel, on-board computers, transmissions, steering, suspension, and brakes is the basis for this program.

The Automotive Technician option provides knowledge of the various systems used to develop skills in troubleshooting, performing preventative maintenance, servicing and repairing automobiles. The program, which is designed to be completed in two years, prepares graduates for entry-level service technician jobs in the auto repair industry. The student may be provided a work-study experience alternating between periods of work on-site and work in a classroom-laboratory setting.

The student may take the ASE exams in these areas when they have completed the requirements for these tests.

Program Website

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Program Plans/Majors

A program plan describes the degree requirements (courses) and the sequence for completing the courses. Students are required to schedule an appointment with their assigned academic advisor to ensure achievement of their academic goals.


Automotive Technology (PDF) (Word)


Automotive Technology (PDF) (Word)


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