Associate of Applied Technology in Automotive Technology and Electronic Engineering Technology

The Wayne State University College of Engineering partners with Macomb Community College (MCC) to assist students transferring into Wayne State's Bachelor of Science in Electric Transportation Technology (B.S. ETT) program.

Macomb has a hybrid electric vehicle curriculum and an alternative fuels certificate program to complement the automotive technology program. The program, established in 2005 and updated as technology has evolved, includes HEV discussion in the introductory course and two HEV exclusive courses – one for the overall operation of the vehicle system and one in-depth discussion of the controls and diagnostics of the system. The new courses in electric vehicle transportation will expand the offerings to include pure electric and plug-in technologies as well as recharging infrastructure technologies. Faculty from each institution will collaborate to develop a transfer plan and articulation agreement for the new program. It is intended that a WSU academic advisor will be available for student advising at the MCC campus to assist in a transition from MCC to the WSU B.S. ETT program.