Reshape your future.

Our autobody technician associate degree program guides you through an in-depth curriculum of repairing, replacing, and refinishing auto body parts. Automotive experts will teach you all the tricks of the trade being used in today’s auto repair and restoration industry.

With hands-on training in modern labs equipped with the state-of-the-art tools used by today’s professionals, this program helps you build confidence and gain experience repairing automobiles bodies in a real-world environment.

This program prepares you to repair damage to cars inside and out. In addition to learning things like dent removal and painting vehicles, you’ll be trained in repairing glass, plastic, interiors, and mechanical and electrical systems. Our curriculum will transform you into a highly desirable hire at any independent collision/body shop or automotive dealership -- and you won’t even have to spend four years in school.

Academic Policies & Requirements 

Associate of Applied Science — Autobody Technician

Career Facts

$38,470

Median Yearly Income

5%

Outlook 2014 - 2024

N/A

Median Salary for Executives

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We brought Mike in as an intern from ADI and during his internship, he really impressed us.  If we compare him to the other people we’ve seen come out of trade schools, he’s up in the top end of the class.

- Barry Woods Tri-County International/C&S Motors Service Manager
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