The Automotive Technology Department offers a 2-Year Automotive Service Program and a 4-Year Automotive Technology Program. Both programs offer students unique opportunities in the Automotive field.
Why do many students choose to study Automotive Technology at Pittsburg State?
|Jonathan Burton is a 2012 Automotive Technology graduate who is a Service Parts Engineer for General Motors. Pete Allen is a Powertrain Integration Service Engineer also working for General Motors. Pete received his PSU Automotive Technology degree in 2010 and his Master's degree from PSU in 2011. Both work and live in the Detroit metro area.||
Nathan Cooper works for Central Power Systems and Service with Off-Highway Inside Sales Support in the metro Kansas City area. He received his Automotive Technology degree in Diesel and Heavy Equipment in 2010.
|Alex Brevitz is a May 2013 graduate of the PSU Automotive Technology program and is a Management Trainee for Murphy-Hoffman Company in Olathe, KS.||Tim Engle is 2009 graduate of the Automotive Technology program at PSU who is working at a Davis-Moore dealership in Wichita, KS as an Assistant Service Manager.|
|Kelsey Bailey, 2011 graduate, was hired by Sherwin Williams Automotive Finishes in their Management Training Program and was recently promoted to Branch Manager in their Fort Smith, Arkansas store.|