May 24, 2020  
2019-2020 College Catalog 
    
2019-2020 College Catalog

Automotive Technology Toyota/Lexus (AS)


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Division of Automotive Technology

The Toyota Technical Education Network (T-TEN) program is designed to provide the technical competence and professionalism needed to become a dealership technician. The program involves academic as well as automotive lecture/ laboratory instruction focusing on state-of -the art Toyota/ Lexus dealership as part of the implementation of the T-TEN Program is a collaborative effort of MassBay Community College and Toyota. The College has the academic and administrative responsibility for the program which is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) in all eight performance areas.

Students may also earn technical course credits from the University of Toyota/Lexus College.

Upon completion, the Associate in Science Degree in Automotive Service Technology with a concentration in Toyota (T-TEN) is awarded.

Program Learning Outcomes

Program learning outcomes available by clicking here.

Admission Requirements

Minimum eligibility for admission to this program includes:

credits: 18


credits: 17


Semester 3: Summer


credits: 3


credits: 18


Semester 5: Spring


credits: 18


Total Credits: 74


Program Notes


Competency in mathematics is a MassBay graduation requirement. Prior to graduation, students must demonstrate competency at 100-level math. This may be accomplished by an appropriate placement test score or completion of any 100-level mathematics course or higher, except mathematics courses with a MAC prefix.

Humanities Electives:


Art, Communications,English (EN103 or higher), Film, Foreign Language, Humanities, Literature, Music, Oral Communication, Philosophy, Photography, Sign Language, Theater Arts

Social Science Electives:


Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Government, History, Law, Psychology, Sociology

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