Collision repair work has variety and challenges - each damaged vehicle presents a different problem. Repairers must develop appropriate methods for each job, using their broad knowledge of automotive construction and repair techniques.
Collision body repairers straighten damaged bodies, remove dents and replace crumpled parts that are beyond repair.
In addition to courses listed above, students may satisfy the Associate of Applied Science degree requirements by completing English composition (3 hours), Computer Elective (3 hours), Social/Behavioral Science Elective (3 hours), and Fine Arts Elective (3 hours). The student must complete MAT 1313 or a combination of a three (3) hour math above MAT 0123 and a four (4) hour laboratory science class. Students who take only MAT 1313 may need to take an additional elective in order to have enough credit hours to graduate. Your advisor will give you more information.
This program of study requires a total of 65/66 semester hours.