Automotive Collision Technology
The Automotive Collision Technology Program utilizes the I-CAR curriculum and equips students with the knowledge and basic skills for all phases of the auto body industry. Using the latest equipment and training materials, students learn estimating, metal and body work, painting, glass replacement, structural/ non-structural repair and molded compound repair. Upon successful completion of the two-year program, students earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree and may become ASE and I-CAR welding certified.
- Analyze automotive structural damage and repair requirements.
- Analyze automotive non-structural damage and repair requirements.
- Diagnose and repair collision damage mechanical and electrical components.
- Demonstrate automobile painting and refinishing skills.
- Demonstrate safe working habits and procedures within an auto-collision/repair facility.
- Diagnose and repair automotive structural damage.
- Diagnose and repair automotive non-structural damage.
- Diagnose and repair automotive stationary and moveable glass.
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T▸ - Course eligible for transfer to a state university.