The General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP) is designed for students who are interested in beginning their career path at a General Motors dealership or an AC-Delco TSS service center.
The GM-ASEP program leads to a two year A.A.S. degree using curriculum designed by GM and Metropolitan Community College. It involves attending classroom lecture 40% and laboratory 60% working on GM products at MCC, and also cooperative work experience at a General Motors dealership or an AC-Delco TSS service center.
Students earn while they learn, which can help cover part of the program cost.
To be eligible for the GM-ASEP program, the applicant must:
If the student applicant is confirmed after step #4, also add:
The MCC automotive program is accredited by ASE Education Foundation.
Many General Motors dealerships are looking for GM-ASEP candidates and MCC will coordinate the placement of students accepted to the program. The dealer agrees to:
Tuition, fees, books and personal tools are the responsibility of the student.
Total cost of the two-year program is approximately $13,000. This includes books, but not personal tools (a recommended tool list is in the GM-ASEP packet) that cost approximately $1,500-$2,000. Discounts for tools will be available through college and dealership contacts. View program cost breakdown by semester (PDF).
Regular college financial assistance is available for qualified students through the MCC financial aid office.
Visit the MoSCORES website for information on MCC's programs, including length, credit hours, and wage and employment data. Search Metropolitan Community College. Note: The historical data listed is informational and can vary based on the number of credit hours students earn, local wage conditions and other factors.
Many MCC students plan to transfer. Whatever your transfer destination, we'll work to make sure your credits move easily. That's why we're experts at it.
We've worked out specific transfer agreements with many four-year colleges and universities, so make sure you speak with an academic advisor before enrolling, particularly since transfer agreements can change based on curriculum revisions.