Associate in Science Degree in Honda Automotive Technology
Professional Automotive Career Training (PACT)
Honda is one of today’s most popular automotive brands. Our Associate in Science degree in Honda Automotive Technology is a partnership with the Professional Automotive Career Training (PACT) program of American Honda. The PACT program provides you with the technical skills and training to become a service department professional specializing in maintenance and repair of Honda and Acura automobiles.
Our two-year degree program will set you on the path to being a Honda Master Technician. Your training will include hands-on lab work, course work that explores automotive theory and engine repair, general education courses, and an internship working at a Honda/Acura dealership. Our “live work” approach let’s you apply skills and build knowledge by performing work on real vehicles needing repair. An experienced faculty guides your high-tech training, and you will receive plenty of individual instruction with our small class size.
As a graduate, you will be prepared to take the Automotive Serve Excellence (ASE) technician certification exam.
So Much More: The NCC Advantage
Job Placement: Our PACT program trains you for direct employment with Honda/Acura. Our faculty works with Honda to assist students find appropriate jobs.
Live Work—Learn By Doing: You will be exposed to a wide range of actual automotive problems and learn by performing real work on real cars. Your paid internship at Honda enhances your lab and classroom work. Honda supplies the program vehicles, special tools, and the latest technical data.
Transfer Options: Our Associates of Science degree provides you with more than 50 percent of the training you need to become a Honda/Acura Master Technician. Our program also provides more general education courses, making your degree more transferable to numerous bachelor’s degree programs.
Experienced Faculty: Our faculty knows cars and is passionate about automotive technology and repair. All faculty members are ASE Master Certified and bring experience from working in the automotive industry and from running their own automotive repair businesses.
Convenient and Affordable: Earn more by spending less. The cost of our program is significantly lower than that of other national automotive programs and features a paid internship.
Enroll Today and prepare to reap the rewards of a career as a Honda/Acura automotive technician.
ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE in HONDA/ACURA AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
|HATN121N||Honda Service and Maintenance*||2||6||4|
|HATN113N||Honda Electricity and Wiring||2||6||4|
|MATH103N||Topics in Applied College Mathematics -OR-||3||0||3|
|General Education Core Elective: Quantitative Literacy||4||0||3/4|
|HATN114N||Honda Steering & Suspension||2||6||4|
|HATN122N||Honda Brakes and Stability Systems||2||6||4|
|HATN190N||Honda Dealership Internship I**||0||12||2|
|General Education Core Requirement: English/Communications||3||0||3|
|HATN205N||Honda Advanced Electrical and Electronic Systems||2||6||4|
|HATN195N||Honda Dealership Internship II**||0||24||3|
|HATN210N||Honda Engine Performance I||2||6||4|
|HATN226N||Honda Transmissions and Drivelines||2||6||4|
|HATN191N||Honda Dealer Internship III**||0||12||2|
|PHYS101N||Physical Science I||3||2||4|
|General Education Core Requirement: Behavioral Social Science -OR- History/Political Science||3||0||3|
|HATN228N||Honda Engine Repair||2||6||4|
|HATN221N||Honda Heating and AC Systems||2||6||4|
|HATN192N||Honda Dealership Internship IV**||0||12||2|
|ARTS140N||Welding and Metal Craft -OR-||1||4||3|
|General Education Core: Humanities/Fine Arts OR Global Awareness||3||0||3|
|Total 63 credits|
*A student must earn a “C” or better in order to progress in this program.
**Six Internship credit hours total must be earned in order to graduate.
To qualify for a Honda dealership placement, a student must successfully complete all program coursework leading up to each of the internship courses. A 2.0 GPA is required for Internship placement.
Nashua Community College Honda PACT Contact Information
505 Amherst Street, Nashua, NH 03063
Phone: (603) 578-8900 x1473