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Automotive Collision Repair Technology

Academic Department: Career Education
Main Office: BLDG09 103
Phone Ext: 8200
Main Numbers: (415) 457-8811  /  (415) 883-2211
 
In-depth information about each program is available in the Course Catalog, including program descriptions, faculty lists, degree requirements, and course listings. The Course Catalog is available to view and print in PDF* format.
About the Program

The Automotive Collision Repair Technology Program is designed to prepare students for entry into one or more of the many service branches of the expanding automotive collision repair and maintenance fields. This program will also meet the needs of those in the adult community interested in acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to repair and maintain the appearance and value of their personal vehicles.

Career Options
Auto Design Engineer, Insurance Estimator/Adjuster, Owner/Operator/Manager (Independent or Dealer), Specialist in Body Work, Specialist in Painting, Working Foreman

A.S. in Master Collision Repair, Occupational
(Certificate of Achievement also awarded. Skills Certificates available in Mechanical and Electrical Components, Nonstructural Damage Repair, Painting and Refinishing, and Structural Damage Repair.)
The Automotive Collision Repair Technology Program is offered at the Indian Valley Campus. Students who complete the requirements for Master Collision Repair and additional general education and graduation requirements will be awarded an Associate in Science degree. Students who complete only the required courses for the major will receive a Certificate of Achievement. A Skills Certificate is earned by completion of the required courses as listed for the specific Skills Certificate. In addition, students may be credited with up to two years toward their apprenticeship in Marin County’s automotive reconditioning and refinishing market.
Please note: Students may choose English 120, 120SL, or 150 to complete the Associate degree. Transfer students, however, are advised to complete English 150. All students should consult a counselor.

Department Phone: (415) 883-2211, Ext. 8532
Faculty

NameSend EmailOfficePhone
Barrall, Mark M MBarrall@marin.edu BLDG01 102 8200
Brady, Stephen C SBrady@marin.edu BLDG08 133 8200
Palmer, Ron E RPalmer@marin.edu BLDG06 107 8532
Current and Future Courses

TermSection (CRN)CourseDatesDaysTimeCampusRoomInstructor
Fall 2017 83057 ACRT 101C - Basic Sheet Metal Operations 08/21/17-12/09/17 M 18:10-19:00 IVC BLDG03 152 Brady, Stephen
83057 ACRT 101C - Basic Sheet Metal Operations 08/21/17-12/09/17 M 19:10-22:00 IVC BLDG01 103 Brady, Stephen
83058 ACRT 102C - Intro to Auto Collision Repair 08/21/17-12/09/17 T 18:10-19:00 IVC BLDG03 152 Barrall, Mark
83058 ACRT 102C - Intro to Auto Collision Repair 08/21/17-12/09/17 T 19:10-22:00 IVC BLDG01 103 Barrall, Mark
83060 ACRT 104C - Structural Analysis and Repair 08/21/17-12/09/17 W 18:10-19:00 IVC BLDG03 152 Brady, Stephen
83060 ACRT 104C - Structural Analysis and Repair 08/21/17-12/09/17 W 19:10-22:00 IVC BLDG01 103 Brady, Stephen
83061 ACRT 201C - Automotive Paint 08/21/17-12/09/17 S 08:10-10:00 IVC BLDG06 108 Palmer, Ron
83061 ACRT 201C - Automotive Paint 08/21/17-12/09/17 S 10:10-18:00 IVC BLDG01 103 Palmer, Ron
83061 ACRT 201C - Automotive Paint 08/21/17-12/09/17 U 08:10-10:00 IVC BLDG06 108 Palmer, Ron
83061 ACRT 201C - Automotive Paint 08/21/17-12/09/17 U 10:10-16:00 IVC BLDG01 103 Palmer, Ron

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