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Collision Repair Technology Certificate Program

Certificate - Collision Repair Technology (33 Credits)

The Collision Repair Technology Certificate is designed for the student who wishes to acquire the knowledge and develop the skills necessary to meet the entry-level employment standards as an automotive technician, service writer, painter, re-finisher, parts/sales, or component re-builder.

Please consult with your advisor for current transferability information.

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (9):

Communications (3):
ENGL 119 Technical Communications 3cr
Business Management & Technology (3):
IT 101 Computer Fundamentals OR
DRFT 115 AutoCAD Level I 3cr
Mathematics (3):
MATH 115 Technical Math 3cr

COLLISION REPAIR TECHNOLOGY CORE (20):

CRT 101 Basic Auto Body 4cr
CRT 103 Paint & Refinishing Equipment 4cr
CRT 105 Auto Welding 4cr
CRT 106 Restoring Corrosion Protection 4cr
CRT 107 Auto Glass/Restraint Systems 4crv

Approved Electives (4):

AUTT 111, 115, 130, 157, 170, 203, 210, 213 (6cr/hrs each)
AUTT 167 or 230 (3cr/hrs each)
AUTT 295 (3-9cr/hrs)
WLDT 104, 105, 107, 108, 109, 141, 251 (4cr/hrs each)
ARTH 106, 205, 207
Select two or more courses, equivalent to 4 or more cr/hrs.

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCING:

Recommended Course Sequence for Full-time Students (Part-time Students should see an Academic Advisor to customize their educational plan)

Term 1 - 14cr/hrs

CRT 101 Basic Auto Body 4cr
CRT 103 Paint & Refinishing Equipment 4cr
IT 101 Computer Fundamentals 3crv MATH 115 Technical Math 3cr

Term 2 - 19cr/hrs

CRT 105 Auto Welding 4cr
CRT 106 Restoring Corrosion Protection 4cr
CRT 107 Auto Glass/Restraint System 4cr
ENGL 119 Technical Communications 3cr
CRT Elective 4cr

Collision Repair Technology Certificate Program

Contact / Faculty:

Construction Technology Program Coordinator:
(505) 863-7560;
Zuni Campus, (505) 782-6027.

Cliff Burnham,Lecturer, Collision Technology
Phone: (505) 863-7530
Email: cburnham77@unm.edu