This degree program will teach you all phases of repairing damaged unibody vehicles and related components, including unibody alignment.

You also will develop skills in all phases of repairing damaged vehicles, including frame straightening, welding, fabricating, dent repair, refinishing and replacing body parts and components and autobody estimation.

This academic program, which is certified by the ASE Education Foundation, is primarily designed for those who wish to enter the workforce immediately following graduation.

This program is offered by the Applied Technologies Department.

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Career Opportunities

Individual assessing damage a vehicle received in an accident
Recent employers include: BMW; Body Works; Collision Experts; Dino's Autobody; H&V Autocare and Collision Center; Highbridge Service Center; Mamones Autobody; Nemer Chevrolet; Pritchard Automotive; Scott's Auto Body; Tri County Collision.
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Salaries vary based on position and degree attainment. Here is the median salary taken from the Bureau of Labor Statistics as of 2017: Automotive Body and Related Repairer, $45,070.
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Graduates will be qualified to pursue a variety of careers in the autobody repair field. Common careers include: Automotive Body and Related Repairer, Automotive Glass Installer.

Get in Touch

Department or program information:

Christopher McNally, Ph.D.
Applied Technologies Interim Department Chairperson
Williams Hall, Room 126

Program admission information:

Guenther Enrollment Services Center, Room 223
Regular Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Summer Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.