Automotive Technology B.Tech.
Automotive Technology Building
Morrisville State College's Automotive Technology Building consistently garners double takes from visitors, faculty and students. Situated on the top of a hill, the 52,000-square foot, $4.9 million building has a 360-degree view of campus and the surrounding area. The building features the latest in new vehicle diagnostic equipment, repair facilities, computer-networked classrooms and a new car showroom. The new facility provides a technologically sophisticated environment with nine state-of-the-art laboratories including chassis, electrical, engines, Ford ASSET (Automotive Student Service Educational Training) and more.
There is also a showroom and a chassis dynamometer room where horsepower, torque, emissions and engine serial data measurements can be taken and transmitted electronically into a classroom. The bays in each laboratory are hard–wired into the college’s computer network and a new computerized manual system gives students quick access to the answers to automotive–related questions.