2012-2013 Catalog 
    
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2012-2013 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Automotive Collision Repair Technology, A.A.S.


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The Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Collision Repair Technology provides the necessary skills in the areas of basic mechanics, metal working, welding metal and plastics, damage analysis and structural repair, and preparation for painting repaired automobiles as well as in the areas of communication, technical writing, and mathematics.

Automotive collision repair technicians are hired by automobile dealerships and independent auto body repair shops. As an experienced technician, the student may also choose to open a business, work as an insurance adjuster, or become a factory representative for industry suppliers.

Spring Credits Year One: 16


Fall Credits Year One: 16-17


Spring Credits Year Two: 17


Fall Credits Year Two: 15


Note:


*Choose from A.A.S. General Education Checklist .

Although these General Education courses are listed as part of the second, third and fourth semesters, it is highly encouraged that students take the second semester “Critical Thinking” and one of the “Communication” courses during the summer semester.

Total Degree Credits: 64-65


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