Automotive Technology Building

Facility Type

Our Automotive Technology Building, a 50,000-square-foot facility replicating an auto dealership, also provides true-to-life experiences through numerous repair stations and a new vehicle showroom. The technologically sophisticated environment features the latest in new vehicle diagnostic equipment and offers:

  • nine state-of-the-art laboratories, including chassis, electrical, engines and Ford ASSET
  • 26 auto lifts
  • a chassis dynamometer room providing the ability for horsepower, torque, emissions and engine serial data measurements to be taken and transmitted electronically into networked classrooms


Students working on cars
Put yourself in the driver’s seat. The SUNY Morrisville Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree program in automotive management emphasizes a combination of automotive and business management courses to get you on the road to a career in automotive sales and merchandising, service or production.
Closeup of students working on an engine
Going beyond the traditional automotive education by emphasizing advanced technical and business management courses, the program prepares you for entry into all aspects of the ever-changing automotive industry by evolving with it. Through hands-on work as a technician using the latest diagnostic equipment, body and collision work, automotive sales and service, after-market and specialty products, you’ll be on track to immediately enter supervising and management-level positions in any of these operations.
Auto body students working on a car
Build your vehicle to success. The SUNY Morrisville Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program in auto body technology will help you meet the industry demand for skilled employees by emphasizing advanced hands-on learning.
Close up of students working on engine
Accelerate your career. The SUNY Morrisville Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program in automotive technology puts you on the fast track to entering the automotive service industry with experience in diagnosis of drivability problems, auto body repair and refinishing, fuel systems, brakes, steering, suspensions, automatic transmissions and engines.
Students working on cars
For an accelerated route to working for a Ford dealership, choose SUNY Morrisville’s Ford ASSET (Automotive Student Service Educational Training) program and gain valuable real-life experience working as an actual employee in the auto industry.