Automotive Technology in Texas
Among U.S. states, only California projects more openings for trained, skilled auto techs than Texas. The Lone Star State is projected to a 10% growth in the automotive technician field between now and 20301. And our Texas automotive technical school – conveniently located in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area and known to employers for more than 55 years – will help you build the skills you need to put your potential to work and launch a fun, exciting auto career.
From gasoline engine construction and operation, to drive train components, drive shafts, differentials and more, you’ll learn from ASE-certified instructors who will show you how it’s done. Earn a diploma in Automotive Technology at our Texas automotive technical school, or increase your earning potential with an Associate of Applied Science Degree. After graduation you can also continue your education by applying for manufacturer training programs offered by BMW.
You’ll be in a perfect position when you graduate to connect with top hiring managers in the auto industry. Our Grand Prairie campus has been a cornerstone of the Texas education landscape for more than 55 years, and the Lincoln Tech name is one that employers know they can trust.
Highlights of Automotive Technical Training
- Engine repair
- Computerized diagnostics
- Performance tuning
- Brakes, steering systems and suspensions
- A/C and Electrical systems
The automotive technical school at Lincoln Tech’s Grand Prairie campus will help you turn your love of cars into a job you’ll love to do. Call or visit the campus today.
1 National Center for O*NET Development. Texas Employment Trends: 49-3023.00 - Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics. O*NET OnLine. Retrieved January 12, 2023, from https://www.onetonline.org/link/localtrends/49-3023.00?st=TX&g=Go
Please note: At this time Lincoln College of Technology, Grand Prairie does not accept Applicants or Enrollees who reside in Oklahoma.
Campuses that currently offer training in this program area are listed below, as well as links to exact program informational fact sheets: