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The Auto Technology program at MCC prepares students for hands-on career in the auto industry.

Auto technology focuses on the inner workings of a car. In this program, students will learn about engine repair, transmissions, minor car repairs and more.

Degrees & Certificates Offered

Associate in Applied Science:

Certificate of Achievement:

Career Certificate:


The Automotive Training Center, located on the Metropolitan Community College South Omaha Campus, is designed to train highly skilled workers for a variety of roles within the automotive industry. The new facility houses the College’s Auto Collision Technology and Automotive Technology programs, as well as the Toyota T-Ten program. The building is outfitted with state-of-the-industry labs, classrooms and convertible study spaces.

Instructor: Mike Burright, 531-622-4447
Instructor: Peter Butler, 531-622-4446
Instructor: Dave Donham, 531-622-4692
Instructor: Bob Gentleman, 531-622-4677
Instructor: Richard Swierczek, 531-622-4693

Our program is ASE Education Foundation Master Level accredited, CAPS Local program and offers more than 19 NC3 certifications to both our students and the public through continuing education.

Metropolitan Community College was the first college in the state of Nebraska to offer NC3 certifications. We are proud to announce we finished in the top 10 schools in the nation for certifications issued in 2015 and finished second in the world in 2017. Check in at to find out more and follow us on how we are doing this year. We are also proud to announce our partnership with MOPAR CAPS Local, made possible with the NC3 partnership.

ASE Education Foundation

Are you interested in becoming a Certified Factory Technician and working in a dealership specifically on Toyota and Lexus vehicles? Students enrolled in the T-TEN program receive hands-on training and participate in paid internships throughout the degree program. For more information, e-mail or call Mark Wulf at 531-622-4520 or visit our T-TEN page.

Looking to get started in a career as an automotive tech? The Express Lane job training program might be for you. Learn entry-level skills in a 40-hour, non-credit class. Tuition for this class may be eligible for special funding. For more details, contact Jim Champion at or 402-677-4007. 

Interested in learning more about small engine repair courses offered at MCC? Contact Scott Broady.

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