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The Collision Technology program is designed to prepare students for high‐skill, high‐demand positions in the collision industry. There are two AAS pathways that students can choose. The AAS with guided work experience allows students to reinforce what they have learned in the classroom and lab. Each semester, the student attends classes for 8 weeks and then works side‐by‐side with a mentor for 8 weeks. The other AAS pathway allows students to attend classes the entire semester. Completers will have opportunities in auto body shops with major dealerships, large collision repair chains as well as independent shops. In addition to earning marketable skills, stackable certificates, and an AAS degree, completers will earn multiple industry recognized I‐CAR certifications and prepare for ASE certifications.

Program Options

AAS - Collision Technology

AAS - Collision Technology with Guided Work Experience

OSA - Entry Level Collision Technician

Certificate Level 1 - Collision Metal Technician

Certificate Level 1 - Collision Paint Technician

Certificate Level 2 - Collision Technology