For those that love to work with and fix vehicles and other types of machinery, pursuing a career as an engine mechanic is a no-brainer. Engine mechanics work with tractors, busses, and airplanes to service and maintain structural integrity and performance.
There are many career options for students interested in pursuing engine mechanics. While some prefer to work on the manufacturing side for companies like General Motors or Audi, others may choose to open their own business and specialize in a particular brand or type of vehicle.
Becoming an engine mechanic usually involves attending a trade school with on-site instruction and specialization courses depending on the types of engines a student chooses to focus on. Many mechanics take courses to become certified technicians for a particular brand or suite of vehicles.Click Here to See the Best Colleges in the US
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Lanier Technical College Gainesville, GA||47 : 1||5,045|
|Kauai Community College Lihue, HI||28 : 1||1,461|
|Ivy Tech Community College Indianapolis, IN||54 : 1||63,809|
|Ranken Technical College Saint Louis, MO||17 : 1||1,823|
|Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology Pleasant Gap, PA||6 : 1||113|