Repair is designed to develop the
knowledge and skills necessary for employment in the auto body
repair industry. Included in the program of instruction are
plastic welding, frame structure and alignment, glass and
component replacement, front wheel suspension, drive train
systems, unibody construction, spot, and overall refinishing,
and color matching. Students also learn removal and
installation of electrically operated components and repair such
as windows, dash equipment, seats, and radios. Optional
specialized auto body repair classes are also offered. Students
are qualified for entry-level auto body occupations after
Entrance requirements for students seeking enrollment in the
Collision Repair program include:
Compass scores of 68 or higher in English, 73 or
higher in Reading, and 46 or higher in Math (Algebra).
Students who score low in up to two of the three areas
may enroll only with permission of the instructor.
Enrollment priority will be given first to AAS degree
seeking students on a first-come-first-serve basis as
determined by their faculty advising date.
Students must hold a valid driver's license with no
DUI conviction within the past 3 years while enrolled in
the Collision Repair Technology Program. If you
have any questions regarding your driver's license,
please contact the T&I Division Office prior to
submitting your application to LCSC.
Physical recommendations as listed in the
US Bureau of Labor Statistics for Collision Repair