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Heartland Community College

Why Electric Vehicle Technology?

Heartland's Electric Vehicle program leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree in Electric Vehicle Technology. This program is designed to prepare you to meet the demands of the emerging field of manufacture, diagnosis, service, and repair of electric powered vehicles. You will learn the skills necessary for a variety of successful career options in assembly, maintenance and light repair, service advising, and as electric vehicle technicians. This degree includes general education courses, electric vehicle technical courses, and an internship experience.

Why Heartland?


 There are many reasons to study at Heartland Community College. 

  • Affordable 
  • Student focused 
  • Dedicated instructors 
  • Small class sizes 
  • Supportive environment 


“We have a number of untruths — a truck can’t be electric, an electric car can’t go off road, it can’t get dirty, it can’t tow, and truck buyers don’t want something that’s environmentally friendly. These things are fundamentally wrong. Electrification and technology can create a truck that’s incredibly capable and fun to drive.”

- RJ Scaringe - CEO, Rivian

I want to learn more.



Contact Admissions with your questions at 309-268-8010 or email