Do you like the idea of bringing something back to its original state? State Tech's Automotive Collision Technology program will give you the tools you need to fix anything from a door ding to major frame damage.
This hands-on curriculum will equip you with the skills needed to restore damaged vehicles to their original structural integrity, function, and appearance. Using the latest equipment available, you will gain real-world experience working as collision repair professionals in our state-of-the-art shops. Our paint booths allow you to specialize in different types of paint systems and applications, as well as computerized measuring. Repairs are performed using welders, sanders, pneumatic power tools, and laser and computerized frame alignment machines.
Should you choose not to pursue a Associates in Automotive Collision Technology can pursue a certificate in:
If you want to go beyond collision repair you can spend a third year at State Tech and receive a second Associates degree in Automotive Technology.
If you are ready to start the Automotive Collision Technology program, you need to meet these application requirements