Auto Collision and Repair offers endless opportunities in regards to learning how to repair both structural and non-structural steel. Students will enter the market with technical skills that can be applied in various industries that range from auto repair to custom painting and industrial signage.
Students successfully completing the program will be skilled in the latest advances in automotive technology. Graduates will receive assistance in locating appropriate employment. Current graduates are gainfully employed in a wide variety of automotive dealerships and independent shops.
The entry level salary range for a professional with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology salary $22,670 to $48,480 a year or $23.13 per hour.
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Body Shop Instructor