Since 1962, WyoTech - Fremont, formerly named Sequoia Institute, has been putting people on the fast track to success. Our graduates are leaders in their fields, because they have the advanced skills and training employers are looking for.
Throughout its history, WyoTech Fremont has kept its instructors abreast of the latest techniques, added new equipment as needed, and updated curriculum as changes occurred in the industry.
WyoTech Fremont offers a variety of high-powered programs tailored to your individual needs and goals. The Fremont campus offers courses in Applied Automotive Technology, Motorcycle Technology and Advanced Automotive Diagnostics.
WyoTech Fremont now accepts credit units from students who have successfully completed course work from Despark Auto Academy (www.desparkauto.edu.my) campuses in Malaysia.
WyoTech - Fremont
Fremont Campus » Map
Fremont CA, 94539
Fax: (510) 490-8599
Courses Offered at the Fremont campus
- Motorcycle Technology
- Advanced Automotive Diagnostics
- Applied Service Management
- Motorcycle Technology
- Plumbing Technology
For information on graduation rates, the median debt of students who complete the course and more, choose a campus below to download:
- Fremont Campus Course Disclosures
- Fremont Campus Catalog
Download the Fremont Campus Program Fact Sheet
Download the Fremont Campus Annual Report
For information on the potential sale of this campus, click here.
Jason PurdueWyoTech Graduate"The training I received was top-of-the-line. School was fun and didn't seem like school at all. And now that I've graduated, I have a great paying full-time job thanks to WyoTech."
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