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(Level II Certificate)
- Students pursuing this award program are required to meet Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards and course prerequisites.
- Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.
Degree Plan Code: C2.AUTO.BODY
This program is designed to train a student in all facets of auto body repair and painting. Emphasis is placed upon those skills needed by the student to become a successful auto body repair person. This program offers the student a certificate in auto body technology upon successful completion of the program.
|ABDR 1419||Basic Metal Repair||4|
|ABDR 1431||Basic Refinishing||4|
|ABDR 1307||Collision Repair Welding||3|
|ABDR 1455||Non-Structural Metal Repair||4|
|ABDR 1458||Intermediate Refinishing||4|
|SPCH 1311||Introduction to Speech Communication||3|
|ABDR 2537||Structural Analysis and Damage Repair V||5|
|ABDR 2541||Major Collision Repair and Panel Replacement||5|
|ABDR 2353||Color Analysis and Paint Matching||3|
|ABDR 2357||Collision Repair Shop Management||3|
|ABDR 2355||Collision Repair Estimating||3|
|ABDR 2380||Cooperative Education - Autobody/Collision and Repair Technology/Technician OR||3|
|ABDR 2388||Internship - Autobody/Collision and Repair Technology/Technician||(3)|
|Minimum Hours Required||47|
+MATH Elective - must be selected from the AAS Core Options for Mathematics.
NOTE: Some students enrolling in this program may plan to transfer to a four-year institution. They should consult with an advisor or counselor regarding transfer requirements and to indentify how courses will transfer to the four-year institution of their choice.