WyoTech Reviews - Certificate in Automotive Technology

1.68 out of 5 stars
(11 Reviews)
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  • Annual Tuition: $26,500 - $29,250
11% of 11 students said this degree improved their career prospects
9% of 11 students said they would recommend this program to others
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2.0 out of 5 stars
D.MILLER - 7/4/2014
Degree: Automotive Technology
Graduation Year: 2008
"Wyotech was a option for me coming out of high school to have a actual skill to fall back on . My family had long been involved with cars drag racing etc, so I had always been interested in cars. My father offer this as a option and talked me into putting a 4 year college & playing div 2 football on the back burner . So we call them and Uti and told them I was interested, wyotechs reps came to my house and signed me up ..... mistake #1 , I was pressured into believing it was now or never type of deal( i blame my parents for not stopping me from signing a contract to go to this school under pressure) . So i was off to PA Blairsville a small town with nothing to do but .....nothing. The moment i arrived I signed all to proper papers to give the school 20k before i could even sit down after taking a 15 hr drive. Classes- I had some good teachers and some bad , YOU will have to teach yourself in order to succeed , the test are daily and will cause you to fail and fail out of school if your not careful. Most people talk and joke during class and its just like highschool all over again . once again in the actual shop you'll need to be determined enough to learn what you are PAYING FOR!!! because the sheet of paper youll recieve at the end with be worthless. I learn a ton while attending , i had a bad attitude about the school once i graduated because i expected so respect for going to the school within the industry but once I relized my education could earn me that repect then I was over the post wyotech hate. LIFESTYLE- its alot like college , you can party your education away , but if your focused you' ll get to have fun and learn about cars . They have more equipement at the school then most shops youll ever work for and you should be well prepared once you grad IF you involve yourself whil in the shop . Most if not all of the certs and cards will mean nothing once you grad, you GPA , honor roll etc will mean nothing , eagle tutor or what ever its called will mean nothing . NO job will ever ask or even care about that . And when you grad you get all the papers and certs and diplomas claiming you got A'sss in everything TRUST ME I DID AND DIDNT MAKE A HONOR ROLL OR EAGLE STUDENT , its all a load of crap to make you feel like your money was well spent. Only if you study and work hard in the shop will you money be spent well. all in all its to expensive , you can buy all the paperback crap ass books off line for a 1k and save yourself 19k and just go to a community college to take classes, or just start working yourself up from oil changes in a shop as a shop hand. I wouldnt do it again , but what did I get from it? educated , im smarter then most mechanics and have made 1,000's of dollars from what Wyotech showed me, did the name wyotech get me a job HELL NOOO!!!! but my skills i learned always earned me a spot and alot of money inside any shop i work in. Now 2014 im out of the field and working as a officer , Ive started my own shop and it has been a growing proccess so hang on its a looooonnnnggg right before you get to be like gas monkey garage ."