Turn Pro at WyoTech
You don’t come all the way to WyoTech to learn how to be an ordinary mechanic. We’ll make it easy to set yourself apart with 6 specialized training programs that build on what you’re learning in your core program. Many of our specialty programs are unique to WyoTech and give you the opportunity to learn a deeper skill set that makes employers take notice.
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.
The objective of our High-Performance Power Trains concentration is to provide you with up-to-date specialty training in many high-performance applications of diesel and automotive upgrades. You'll receive training theory, hands-on repair and diagnosis of modern, high-tech diesel and gasoline-powered vehicles with an emphasis on performance.
The Motorsports Chassis Fabrication specialty course introduces you to metalworking techniques that apply to specialty automotive chassis fabrication work.
In our Street Rod and Custom Fabrication course, you'll study the techniques used to customize vehicles and create works of art. You'll become familiar with basic specialized sheet metal fabrication techniques as applied to customizing vehicles.
The Auto-Diesel Vehicle Technology courses offers you the opportunity to add specialized cross-course training in either Automotive Technology or Diesel Technology to your core classes.
Course material in the Trim and Upholstery Technology specialty covers trim and upholstery terminology, trim panels, headliners, headrests and armrests, shop organization and customer relations.
You'll also study upholstery tools of the trade, supplies, operation, safety and maintenance of sewing machines, analysis of seam types, layout with existing patterns and constructing patterns where none exist.