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Career Pathway
Is a community college where you can get an associates degree. Meaning that you will attend it for 2 years getting a degree which is an award given based on completion of specific requirements
May 1
When is the application deadline for courses beginning fall 2015?
ACT
Composition 23
Math 19
English 19
Sat
Total 1070
Math 500
Verbal 500
What are the requirements for admission at each chosen campus?
Tarrant Community College
What is the financial cost per semester hour?
Legal residents of Tarrant County
$55
Legal resident of any other Texas county
$86
Legal resident of another state or non-resident alien
$205

What is one type of financial assistance that is available?
You can apply for FAFSA (Free Application for federal student aid) by going to http://www.tccd.edu/index.html go to tab and click on student's services and then click on financial aid.
Which degree programs am I interested in?
Automotive technology
Entrepreneurship and small business management
How many courses are in this program?
There are over 70 programs in the campus.
A career pathway leads to multiple options for students such as early college credit beginning in high school, industry certification requirements, certificate or ASSOCIATE DEGREES, employment, and in some cases preparation for transfer to a university.
What test should be taken for graduation?
CLEP (College Level Examination Program)
If you want to earn college credit by showing that you have mastered a college subject. Fee of $80, $25 transcript posting fee (per course), and a $15 administration fee.
CBE (Credit By Exam)
If you think you have mastered a subject and don't want to take the course, the exam will give you full credit.
CSP (Computer Skills Placement)
A test that you must take to be successful in your college career involving computer literacy skills.
Covers:
Word processing (Word)
Spreadsheets (Excel)
Presentations (Powerpoint)
File Management
Databases(Access)
Information and communication
For trade school what trades am I looking into?
Automatic Transmission Service Technician
Automotive Collision Repair Technician
Automotive Machinist
Automotive Radiator Manufacturer and Repairer
Automotive Refinishing Technician
Automotive Service Technician
Automotive Upholsterer
Automotive Wheel Alignment and Brake Service Technician
Interior Systems Mechanic
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic
What school can have these trades?
Universal Technician Institute (UTI)
Dallas/Fort Worth, Tx
Houston, Tx (Collision repair)
Avondale,AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Is the school licensed and/or accredited? Why is it important to choose a school based on it being licensed or accredited?
Master certificate by National Automotive Technician Educations Foundations (NATEF)- a division of the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
UTI is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), an agency recognized by the U.S.
What is the success rate?
More then 60% of the students graduate
Significantly higher rate then a 2 year public college
What is the cost?
It really varies depending on you.
You can use a net price calculator :
http://www.uti.edu/student-services/tuition-estimator
What courses are offered in this school?
Automotive technology
Collision repair
Diesel
Marine
Motorcycle
Nascar
What type of financial aid is offered?
You can apply for FAFSA to see if you qualify for financial aid by going to

http://www.uti.edu/student-services/financial-aid
Why is trade school better for your desired career path than an associate's degree or apprenticeship?
Because it will be easier for you to focus and practice on your future job rather then going to college and having to learn both your "so to be dream job" and the academics.
Is there a test to take in order to get a certificate to begin working in this career?
Yes, it is highly recommended that you take the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence)
This ensures you have a QUALITY EDUCATION and the best opportunity for success.
http://www.tccd.edu/Courses_and_Programs/Program_Offerings/index.html
http://www.tccd.edu/student_services/costs_and_payments/tuition_and_fees/index.html
http://www.tccd.edu/Courses_and_Programs/Program_Offerings/index.html
http://www.tccd.edu/Student_services/Financial_Aid/index.html
http://www.tccd.edu/student_services/testing/
http://www.studentscholarship.org/major_category/11/trades_and_technichal.php
http://www.uti.edu/why-choose-uti#tabbed-nav=your-accreditation
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