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Automotive Manufacturing and Design Programs at Ontario Colleges

What to expect from an Automotive Manufacturing and Design career

The automotive industry not only plays a significant role in Canada’s economy, but it also has a large global presence that is continually evolving. Constant advancements mean the industry must stay on the leading edge of new technology, design and production processes. Automotive manufacturing and design programs at Ontario colleges play a vital role in preparing professionals to meet these demands, with the business knowledge and experience necessary to enter this fast-paced industry.

If you have innovative ideas, excel at problem-solving, can pay close attention to detail and are interested in applying these traits in a career designing or producing automotive parts, here’s what you need to know. More

Automotive Manufacturing and Design Courses

In automotive manufacturing and design programs, students will take courses that cover both the technical and practical side of mechanical engineering. These courses will cover topics like the manufacture and design of automotive parts, such as steering, suspension, brakes, engines and much more. Drafting courses will teach students how to put these manufacturing processes on paper.

Project management and product testing are also core components of these programs.

Some programs will have co-operative work placements that allow students to apply the theory and technical knowledge they’ve learned. Upon completion of an automotive manufacturing or design program, students may have the opportunity to transfer some credits into a degree program.

General Automotive Manufacturing and Design Program Requirements

Automotive manufacturing and design programs at Ontario colleges require an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, including a grade 12 English and grade 12 math credit.

Admission requirements will vary depending on the program. Some programs require or recommend specific grade 11 or 12 math, science and tech courses.

Automotive Manufacturing and Design Jobs and Salaries

Ontario college automotive manufacturing and design programs provide students with the opportunity to work in a variety of jobs, including (but not limited to):

Industries for employment include metal fabrication, automotive manufacturing and alternative energy. Salaries in automotive manufacturing and design vary depending on the position and the organization, but typical start at around $40,000 a year.

Ontario Colleges Offering Automotive Manufacturing and Design Programs

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Program Title College Campus Availability Program Length Start Date Website
Show details MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY GEORGIAN BARRIE OPEN 6 SEMESTERS 2015 - Sep Visit

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY


  • Program Code: METY
  • Credential: ADVANCED DIPLOMA
  • Program Level: POST-SECONDARY
  • Program Type: CO-OP
  • Language of Instruction: English
  • Entry Level: ENTRY LEVEL 1
  • Highly Competitive: No
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Show details MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY - AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCT DESIGN ST. CLAIR MAIN OPEN 3 ACADEMIC YEARS (PERIODS OF 8 MONTHS) 2015 - Sep Visit

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY - AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCT DESIGN


  • Program Code: T826
  • Credential: ADVANCED DIPLOMA
  • Program Level: POST-SECONDARY
  • Program Type: OPTIONAL CO-OP
  • Language of Instruction: English
  • Entry Level: ENTRY LEVEL 1
  • Highly Competitive: No
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