GM Auto Service Educational Program

Program Overview

Awards/Outcomes Credits Location
Automotive Service - A.A.S. Degree 82 cr. Rosemount

Major Description

Though DCTC’s unique cooperation with General Motors and AC Delco, ASEP trains highly specialized service technicians for GM dealers and AC Delco Total Service Support Shops. ASEP labs are equipped with the latest GM technology, including vehicles, components, training aids and technical information. Trained to handle GM’S computer-oriented project line, ASEP technicians are prepared to keep pace with future technology.

Admissions Requirements

ACCUPLACER Test: Applicants to this program must take the ACCUPLACER Test unless they have a prior two- or four-year degree. Acceptance into ASEP will be based on a score of 50% or greater on both the reading comprehension and sentence skills portion of the ACCUPLACER. Applicants not meeting these scores must take the appropriate developmental courses first and then retest before being accepted into the program.

Applicants to this program must also take a written Mechanical Reasoning Test to be eligible for acceptance. Applicants who achieve qualifying scores on the ACCUPLACER and Mechanical Reasoning Tests will then be given a Sponsor Form by the ASEP faculty. The GM dealer and A/C Delco shops who has agreed to sponsor the student must complete this form. After the form is completed it should be returned to the ASEP faculty.

Work Environment

ASEP graduates work as service technicians in General Motors dealerships, including Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC or an AC Delco Professional Service Center.

Visit the new national GM ASEP website for additional information.

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Academic Advisor

Drew Boatman


Mark Hickman

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