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Ron O'Brien
Automotive Instructor
207.454.1065
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Mechanical Technology

Mechanical Technology

Associate in Applied Science- 61 credit hours
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Purpose:  The intent of the AAS curriculum is to allow students maximum flexibility in the selection of subject matter. Students may pursue a curriculum focus in automotive technology, operation or maintenance of heavy equipment, engine specialist (gasoline and diesel) or other combinations of courses to meet their interests and career objectives.

Career Opportunities:  Graduates of this program will have a multi-faceted background enabling them to pursue employment in the field of their choice.

Program Educational Outcomes:  Upon completion of the Associate in Applied Science Degree in the Mechanical Technology program, the graduate is prepared to:

  1. Demonstrate safe work habits in compliance with industry standards set forth by the mechanical technology area of their concentration.
  2. Qualify for employment in a variety of areas of mechanical technology, depending on his/her areas of study.

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