Automotive Body Repair Technology

The Automotive Body Repair Technology program is designed to train students to repair automobiles and light trucks. With an average of 60,000 collisions a day, the collision repair industry is a $25 billion a year industry that offers viable employment for highly trained technicians.

Through theory and laboratory courses, students are introduced to design and proper repair procedures of automotive bodies and frames. This includes repairing or replacing plastic and metal panels, as well as installing glass, trim, stripes and accessories, and repairing mechanical components related to collision damage.

The associate degree includes a minor in a related occupation to give students multi-craft training and general education courses for advancement in the field. The certificate program prepares students for entry-level technician positions.

View Automotive Body Repair Technology brochure (PDF)

Department Faculty

Rick Everett, Instructor  |  251-662-5386  |


Classes held at Carver Campus. For degree requirements, see the Course Catalog. For current class offerings, see Class Schedules