The Automotive program at Ivy Tech Indianapolis, with the support of industry partners, is designed to be interactive and relevant to current and future industry demands. The program incorporates industry recognized certifications as well as highly qualified instructors that believe in quality student learning experiences.
To learn basic information about Ivy Tech's Automotive Technology program, including degree or certificate details and program curricula, visit IvyTech.edu/automotive-technology. This new center has nine labs, 16 classrooms and state-of-the-art facilities.
The Ivy Tech Indianapolis Automotive Technology Center is a new $14 million facility in the International Marketplace District in Indianapolis.
Ivy Tech Indianapolis Automotive Technology program offers:
Paid cooperative education opportunities 100% job placement for those who meet industry employability requirements through our corporate programs Toyota T-TEN and GM ASEP
Both hands-on and cognitive skills training to prepare graduates to diagnose and service the high tech systems found on modern vehicles
Upon graduation, Automotive Technology Programs graduates are prepared to:
Take and successfully pass the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Technician Certification Exams
Continue their careers as full-time professional automotive service technician with the hands-on and cognitive skills necessary to meet the high demand for trained automotive service technician today.
Locally in Indianapolis, graduates of the Toyota T-TEN and GM ASEP programs often earn $40,000 - $70,000 per year ($20 - $38 per hour), with the potential to earn more as you advance in your career
For more information about the program, contact the program or department chair, or instructor over the area of your interest.
GM ASEP Program
Toyota T-TEN Program
Associate of Applied Science Degree
MOPAR CAP Local
Next Level Jobs
You may be eligible for a free certificate offered through this degree program. Learn more.
If you qualify for a free certificate, you can still earn an associate degree. Tell your advisor you would like to earn the free certificate and upon completion, you can continue on to earn your associate degree.
The General Motors Automotive Service Education Program (GM ASEP) is a comprehensive two-year Associate of Applied Science Degree, cooperative education training program where students alternate between classroom/lab work at the college with paid hands-on work experience at a sponsoring GM Dealership or AC Delco Service facility.
Upon completion, you will:
Have earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology
Completed up to 94% of the required GM Master Automotive Technician Training
Be GM certified
Have real-world GM Dealership Experience
Be ready to fulfill YOUR great career servicing GM vehicles
Successful graduates can obtain full-time employment at a GM dealership, earning competitive starting wages from $40,000 - $70,000 per year ($20 - $38 per hour).
Our program prepares students that would like to advance to earn additional certifications and become a World Class General Motors Automotive Service Technician, who could make more than $80,000 to $100,000 per year.
Interested in earning a bachelor's degree? Students also have the ability to transfer to many four-year universities.