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Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
 

The Automotive Technology programs provide hands on instruction and explore many facets of this industry.  Students will learn about various fields in this category through career exploration which includes field trips and guest speakers.  Additionally, hands on instruction will allow students to master many areas of the Automotive Technology Industry, including the widely expanding field of collision repair.

 

The following courses are offered to students in grades 9-12.  See your counselor for availability at your school.  Many of these courses are offered at The Advanced Technology Center for Dual Credit and are taught by Midland College Instructors in our state of the art and newly expanded Auto-Tech lab. 

  • Principles of Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics I
  • Principles of Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics II
  • Energy, Power, and Transportation Systems I
  • Energy, Power, and Transportation Systems II
  • Automotive Technology, including Diesel Technology
  • Advanced Automotive Technology, including Diesel Technology
  • Collision Repair
  • Advanced Collision Repair
  • Practicum in Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics I
  • Practicum in Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics II
  • Small Engine Repair
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