Turn your passion for cars into a career
An A.A.S. degree from Onondaga can jump start your career in the automotive industry.
What You'll Learn
As a member of the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium, you'll learn techniques that are as technologically advanced and environmentally responsible. You’ll also learn about things like computer-controlled fuel and ignition systems, anti-lock brakes, microcomputer-controlled systems, and how to diagnose problems using the most advanced electronic tools.
Where You'll Go
As a graduate, you can pursue a wide variety of career opportunities in the automotive industry. Potential careers opportunities include: automotive technician, service representative, and electronic diagnostic technician. You can also pursue a four-year degree in fields like engineering, research, management, or education.
5 years after graduating
|Career||10-year growth potential||Regional Demand|
|Automotive Specialty Technician||3%||Very High|
|Electronics Engineering Technician||1%||Average|
Real Data from Central New York
- Positions included in this analysis do not all require a college certificate or degree.
- Data reflect previous twelve-month period in the Syracuse Metropolitan Area and surrounding five-county Central New York region.
- Salary gathered from SUNY Graduate Wages (data source: NYS Unemployment Insurance) unless otherwise indicated.
- Demand is determined by the number of job postings in the region over the past twelve months.
- Occupational growth potential gathered from Burning Glass.