Lansing Community College offers several 1-year automotive technology programs covering different parts of R&D, manufacturing and supply chain. Electric Vehicles, Alternative Fuels, Brakes & Suspensions Systems, Engine Transmission and HVAC each have their dedicated programs. Courses cost $4,300 for in-District students, $7,800 for in-State. With pay starting at $18.50 per hour, jobs in emerging automotive technology have prospects in the Michigan.
Automotive Technology at Lansing Community College
Start a career in the automotive sector with professional course covering a vital part Michigan's economy.