1 year (3 terms including summer)
Automotive Collision Repair and Restoration teaches students the theory and practices of metal forming and shaping; body fillers, frame straightening and repair, uni-body straightening and repairs; refinishing procedures; paints and paint chemistry; glass installation; upholstery removal and replacement; and equipment use and care. Cost estimating and customer relations skills are also emphasized. A majority of class time is devoted to practical laboratory experience in the college’s Auto Collision Repair Center. A tool set is required for this program.
This diploma is eligible for state and federal financial aid.
- body shop technician
- auto garage or repair service technician
- auto/truck dealership technician
- tool sales company representative
- equipment/material sales representative
- insurance claims adjuster
|CRR-121||Introduction to Metalworking & Refinishing I||3|
|CRR-122||Introduction to Metalworking & Refinishing II||3|
|CRR-820||Metalworking and Refinishing Practices||3|
|CRR-830||Metalworking and Refinishing I||3|
|WEL-333||Auto Collision Welding||2|
|MAT-715||Industrial Math I||3|
|AUT-603||Basic Automotive Electricity||3|
|CRR-545||Body Straightening/Painting and Restoration||7|
|Total Credit Hours||44|
Automotive Collision Repair Tool Requirements
Students in the Auto Collision Repair program are required to have a tool set for lab activities.