Automotive Technology B.Tech.
Graduates of the bachelor of technology (B.Tech.) degree program in Automotive Technology may enter the job market as managers or supervisors in the automotive industry or may work as automotive technicians, service, parts, or facilities managers and sales or body specialists.
Many baccalaureate degree graduates have also earned an associate degree from one of Morrisville State College's other automotive programs.
Graduates may enter the field or earn additional automotive, engineering or education degrees.
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Median hourly wages of automotive service technicians and mechanics, including commission, were $16.88 in May 2008. The middle 50 percent earned between $12.44 and $22.64 per hour. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $9.56, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $28.71 per hour. Median annual wages in the industries employing the largest numbers of service technicians were as follows:
|Automotive repair and maintenance||$15.26/hr|
|Automotive parts, accessories, and tire stores||$14.90/hr|
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