Automotive Management Online
Bachelor of Science
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It's amazing what one degree - a Bachelor of Science degree in Automotive Management
– can do for your career. You can move into management at dealerships, repair centers,
manufacturers - anywhere leaders are needed with technical, managerial and communication
skills. Your degree can also prepare you for such positions as aftermarket management,
fleet management, technical writing and training. And the unique Ferris program gives
you the opportunity to complete your entire third and fourth years while still working
full- or part-time.
The automotive industry needs managers and representatives with up-to-date technical, managerial and communication skills. Graduates from the AM program are among the highest-paid and most sought-after graduates of Ferris. Many graduates are faced with the difficult decision of choosing from several highly-desirable and lucrative job offers.
Basic Admission Requirements: To be admitted to this program you must have an associate degree in an automotive or heavy equipment related technical area or the equivalent from an accredited college, university, or manufacturer/dealership co-op program such as GM's ASEP, Ford's ASSET and Chrysler's CAP. Contact an advisor for more information.
Program Website: Automotive Management
This program is also available at additional locations in Michigan. See the Ferris Statewide webpage for more information.