College of Technical Sciences
P.O. Box 7751
Havre, MT 59501-7751
Montana State University-Northern's Automotive Technology college programs are certified by NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) and offer you comprehensive coursework in the fundamentals of modern vehicles. Automotive Technology program offerings include a Bachelor of Science degree, an Associate of Applied Science degree, a minor, and a certificate program.
System Basics – Understand all mechanical, fuel, and electronic systems found on today's vehicles including gasoline, diesels and hybrids.
Diagnostics and Technology – Learn to diagnose issues using standard mechanical processes as well as technologically advanced computer systems.
Cooperative Learning – Emphasis is placed on hands-on learning in the laboratory and through cooperative education experiences, where you have the opportunity to earn money, university credit, and on the job training as part of your automotive technology education.
Vendor Specific Training – Participate in industry sponsored technician programs at MSU-N such as Ford Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR).
Many students pursue a Bachelor's in Automotive Technology at MSU-N to qualify for technical representative, service manager, specialized diagnostician, or similar mid-management positions right out of college. The automotive technology college at MSU-Northern consistently places students in stable, long-term career paths. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects solid growth for automotive technology careers through 2020.
Office: Brockmann Center 210N
Phone: (406) 265-4179
Office: Brockmann Center 210S
Phone: (406) 265-4185
Office: Brockmann Center 210U
Phone: (406) 265-4151