The "major" of automotive technician and repair is the only option at the school it is a dedicated technical school all aspects are devoted to the single subject. Inside the school eats breaths and lives automotive. Each course is different by workload, not many have a amount that might be considered a large work load I would consider the largest one to be quite light in comparison to a college.
The curriculum covers different levels of each system of the automotive field. Suspension and steering, covering components and how they function differently from one to another by design and how they interact on a vehicle and how to identify problems with them.
Other systems cover are different levels of electronic systems what they operate how, when and why they exists and even how they have changed.
More so they cover engine repair and design, fuels and fuel systems, engine controls, lighting and accessories, transmission standard and automatic, etc. Etc. Every aspect that is a part of the vehicle.
There is a classroom or two for each subject, dedicated computers with maintenance information throughout the school for both school and personal use.
The opportunities for work through the school vary widely from different Manufacturers specific advanced training. Which helps a lot on getting to work with that brand specifically. And employment services which will help students build a resume based on what they have learned and what they desire to do after school or even during school.