Program Overview

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Automotive Collision Repair: Non-Structural Repair


Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences Division, Room T302, (847)543-2044

www.clcillinois.edu/programs/acr
Degree: Associate in Applied Science
Plan 24AP

This program offers an Associate in Applied Science degree and several specialized certificate options: collision repair, damage analysis, refinishing and structural repair. Whether you earn a degree or a certificate, you will learn to use paints, high-tech spray guns and other tools along with how to tap into your own creativity. The program will prepare you for positions at car and truck dealerships, auto body repair shops and other employers.

ACR Course require basic hand tools and personal safety equipment.

To complete an A.A.S., students are strongly encouraged to meet with an Academic Success Advisor to identify coursework that will meet degree requirements.

Recommended Plan of Study


First Semester

16 Credits

CoURSE

Title

Hours

course ^

College Success Seminar

2

course

Introduction to Automotive Collision Repair

3

course

Non-Structural Repair I

5

course

Automotive Refinishing I

3

course

Applied Math or

other higher level Math Course

3

Second Semester

14 Credits

CoURSE

Title

Hours

course

Automotive Welding

5

course

Pointless Dent Removal

3

course

Automotive Detailing Technical Composition

3

course

Technical Composition I or

course

English Composition I

3

Third Semester

16 Credits

CoURSE

Title

Hours

course

Automotive Electrical Systems

5

course

Non-Structural Repair II

5

course

Damage Analysis/Shop Procedures

3

course

Introduction to Art or

other Humanities and Fine Arts Elective

3

Fourth Semester

16 Credits

CoURSE

Title

Hours

course

Mechanical Systems

5

course

Structural Repair

5

course

Communication Skills or

course

Fundamentals of Speech

3

course

Introduction to Sociology or

other Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective

3

Total Hours for A.A.S. Degree

62

CLC 120 is an institutional requirement for graduation.

For more information on recommended courses or program specific advising, contact faculty member Octavio Cavazos at (847) 543-2905 or the Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences division at (847) 543-2044.