Taking the smart approach



Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College’s automotive technology program offers a curriculum in engines, fuel, on-board computers, manual and automatic transmissions, steering, suspension, and brakes. The skills learned can be used in troubleshooting, performing preventive maintenance, servicing, and repairing automobiles. Students at SKYCTC work with sophisticated computer programs and get plenty of hands-on experience with a variety of vehicles.

The automotive technology program at SKYCTC is accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation. Students have the opportunity to take tests leading to certification by ASE, the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.  



Western Kentucky University is a strategic partner in the OnTrack initiative, offering support from the Ogden College of Science and Engineering, Gordon Ford College of Business and Center for Gifted Studies.





Indiana Tech opened its Bowling Green location in late 2019 to expand its offerings to include, classrooms, computer labs, and meeting spaces.



Warren County Area Technology Center is located in the Kentucky Transpark. The ATC serves the students of Bowling Green Independent Schools and Edmonson and Warren Counties.The ATC focuses on career readiness while preparing students for a seamless transition into a post-secondary institution or a career setting. National industry certifications are offered in each of the program areas at the ATC. The ATC offers dual credit courses in conjunction with Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College in most programs. The automotive technology program offers courses in engine repair, manual transmission, brake systems and steering and suspension.