MCC-Longview's automotive training programs are accredited by the ASE Education Foundation at the Master Automotive Service Technology (MAST) level. Our instructors know vehicles inside out. You won't find better automotive technology training anywhere!
Our testing equipment is state of the art. Our facility is bright, spacious and stocked with tools, equipment and components. We keep a fleet of more than 40 late-model cars for students to train on. Our reputation is solid: area employers know and respect our program. They come to us for the best entry-level technicians.
The MCC automotive program is accredited by National Automotive Technicians Educational Foundation (NATEF).
Students who wish to enroll in classes which count toward the general automotive, collision repair programs or ASE test preparation should follow the steps shown below:
Entry into either the GM ASEP or Ford ASSET programs require additional steps before a student is approved. If a student is applying to GM or Ford, add these steps:
The Ford ASSET (Automotive Student Service Educational Training) program is designed for students who are interested in beginning their career path at a Ford or Lincoln dealership. Learn more about the Ford ASSET program.
Collision Repair is a new program at MCC. It is designed for students who are interested in entering this high demain field that earns above average salaries in the industry. Learn more about the Collision Repair degree and certificate options.
High school students can take auto classes at MCC to complete their degree early. High school juniors across the Kansas City area can launch their automotive career early at MCC-Longview. At the two-year Early College Academy you earn credits in one to two auto classes each semester. Learn more about the Early College Academy Automotive program
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. Learn more about the GM/ASEP program.
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.