Method of Delivery
Instructional Program (CIP)
Course Objective: The objective of UTI’s Automotive Technology program is to prepare students for entry-level automotive technician positions with the basic knowledge and skills required to diagnose malfunctions in the complete automotive mechanical and electrical systems, and make all necessary repairs and replacements.
Intent: Provide students with the technical education needed to begin a successful career as a technician in the automotive field.
Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent
Prerequisites: No prerequisites required
Timeline: 63 weeks
Total Cost of Program: Tuition: $45,715 (Tuition: $45,450, Lab Fee: $95, Registration Fee: $50, $120 Digital Multimeter). Tuition includes at least two uniform shirts, safety glasses and books.
Provide a list of all books required for the program: Automotive Engines & Repair
Professional Service Writing
Automotive Power Trains
Fuel & Ignition Systems
Drivability & Emissions
Advanced Diagnostic Systems
Power & Performance IA
Power & Performance IB
Power & Performance II
Provide a list of all supplies required for the program: A digital multimeter is required and available for purchase at the beginning of the course for $120.
WIA Contact for Enrollment Status /Credential Verification:
Name: Yvette Ladzinski
Phone number: (623) 445-9608
Direct Website link to the program:
Background check: To qualify for the best opportunities the transportation industry has to offer, it is important that students and graduates maintain: a valid driver license, a good driving record with very few (if any) violations, a clear criminal record, and the ability to pass a drug test.
Refund Policy and/or a link to policy on provider’s website:
http://cdn.uti.edu/catalogs/uti_catalog_i.pdf pg. S-41
Credentials: (The following questions must be answered along with a supporting explanation for each)
• Industry Recognized: (Developed and offered by, or endorsed by a nationally-recognized industry association or organization representing a sizeable portion of the industry sector)
UTI has built alliances with many leading manufacturers including BMW, Cummins, Daimler Trucks North America, Ford, GM, Honda, Mercedes-Benz, NASCAR, Navistar International Corporation, Nissan, Peterbilt Motors Company, Porsche, Toyota, Volvo, Axalta Coating Systems and Snap-On.
Yes or No: Yes
Nationally Recognized Industry Association or Organization: ACCSC
Stackable: Yes, ASE Certification.
Portable: (Recognized in other geographical areas; by other educational institutions; or by other industries/companies)
Yes or No (Explain): Yes, UTI’s credential is recognized throughout the US. The following colleges accept credits from the Avondale campus.
There are a few colleges that accept credits from Avondale:
o University of Phoenix
o DeVry University
o Ferris State
o City University of Seattle
Accredited Curriculum: (This is referring to the course being accredited, not the test or school)
Yes or No: Yes
Accrediting Agency and link to website: www.natef.org
Program Length (Weeks)
WIOA Approved Program
10695 W. Pierce St.
7 - Maricopa County, Maricopa Workforce Connections
Type of financial aid offered or have access to
Title IV Aid
Is the proposed curriculum currently certified by an accrediting agency or similar national standardization program?
Yes - ACCSC
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for women?
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for men?
$195.00 Lab Fee
Supplies/Materials/Hand Tools (not included in tuition)
Total In-State Program Cost
Total Out-of-State Program Cost