Earning a specialized technology associate degree in Applied Service Management is a great specialty concentration to choose if you're interested in eventually managing, running your own shop, or understanding and contributing to the successful operations of a company.
You can take the Applied Service Management associate degree program if you are pursuing any of the following Core Programs: Automotive Technology, Diesel Technology, Collision Refinishing Technology, Motorcycle Technology or Marine Specialist.
You'll study vital concepts for service management like:
You'll also learn the theory on setting up a shop, record keeping, OSHA standards and regulations, service writing, job costing, pricing, marketing, developing business plans, budgeting, finding lenders and investors, and so much more.
These business skills may likely be transferable to a number of career paths within the automotive, collision repair, diesel, motorcycle, marine and boating industries.
Students who choose the Applied Service Management specialty concentration, along with the required core program, can earn their specialized technology associate degree upon completion. The Associate in Specialized Technology degree is offered at the Blairsville, Laramie and Daytona campuses.
How long does it take to complete our Applied Service Management Specialty Program?
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** At least one core program must be completed along with the student's choice of specialty concentration program in order to satisfy curriculum requirements. Not all programs and specialties offered at all locations.
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The completion rate data presented here is calculated using the following assumptions: