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Automotive Service Management

Automotive Service Management

Bachelor's Degree Online

Curriculum: Automotive Service Management Online

Online and Hybrid Degree

Automotive Service Management Curriculum

New England Tech’s Automotive Service Management program covers the business and technical skills managers need to be successful in the high-tech automotive industry of today.

The program falls into four subject matter categories, including the following courses:

Management Fundamentals

MGM325   Principles of Management
MGM311   Data Analysis and Reporting
MGM314   Principles of Marketing
MGM335   Human Resource Management

Service Operations

AUT300     Industry Software Applications I
AUT302     Service Management Operations
AUT305     Sales and Customer Relations
AUT402     Inventory Management
AUT404     Legal Issues in Transportation
AUT420     Service Sales

General Management

MGM315   Accounting and Financial Reporting              
MGM331   Financial Management                     
MGM491   Entrepreneurship                   
MGM355   21st Century Leadership              
SS350        Negotiation              

Technical Management

IT375         Information Systems Management
AUT304     Industry Software Applications II
AUT306     Environmental Health and Safety
AUT401     Warranty Administration
AUT499     Converging Technology in the Transportation Industry
AUT405     ASE Test Prep (optional)

Liberal Arts

EN331       Research Writing
EN421       Technical Communications
MA300      Statistics
                   Humanities Elective
                   Humanities Elective
                   MA/SCI Elective

Total Credit Hours = 91

A minimum of 180 quarter credits are required to complete the Bachelor’s degree program, and are calculated as follows:

  • Up to 80 potential transfer credits from the student’s professional certification in automotive technology; or up to 92 credits for an associate degree in a related field; or up to 92 credits for an associate degree in any field with industry work experience;
  • plus 60 ASM program credits (automotive, technical, and management courses as listed above);
  • plus 28 liberal arts credits (bachelor level)

Students entering without an associate degree will be required to have 32 associate degree-level liberal arts credits to graduate.    

A minimum of 34 credits must be completed at NEIT.