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What colleges are good for auto mechanic/ engineering?

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Erica’s Answer

Hi Samuel,

I recommend checking out collegeboard.org to do a basic search based on location and major. Then you can add in other things, like tuition. The best school will be the one that meets your needs.

Engineers that work in the automotive industry were typically mechanical engineers in undergrad, I would suggest searching with this major.

Hope this helps!
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naveen’s Answer

Hi there, best to start with some high school mechanics followed by a two year college certificate if you can get it. Often you can get employment in the business at a lube shop, dealership, or independent repair facility to start and work your way up. During that time you can study and work on your ASE/NATEF certifications that qualify you to work in most any shop. Most car manufacturers offer apprenticeships if you work for their dealers. Together with on the job training you will become a well rounded automotive technician. Like anything else in life if you want it you can get it.
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naveen’s Answer

Hi there, best to start with some high school mechanics followed by a two year college certificate if you can get it. Often you can get employment in the business at a lube shop, dealership, or independent repair facility to start and work your way up. During that time you can study and work on your ASE/NATEF certifications that qualify you to work in most any shop. Most car manufacturers offer apprenticeships if you work for their dealers. Together with on the job training you will become a well rounded automotive technician. Like anything else in life if you want it you can get it.
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Georgette’s Answer

University of Pittsburgh

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