Advisors – Ayers Campus: Brandon Patterson, Auto Collision Repair Building (256.835.5425) email@example.com;
East Broad Campus: Bruce Hill, Auto Collision Repair Building (256.549.8617) firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTICE(s): For the certificate in Auto Collision Repair Technology, the student must complete a minimum of 60 credit hours – 54 in technical courses and 6 in general education courses – all of which must be approved by the advisor. Required courses may vary to provide options and to meet student needs. Courses will be selected from those listed above. Admission Requirement: The student must be age 17 or older.
Federal Pell Grant is awarded based on the federal conversion formula for this non-degree certificate program.
The courses in this program of study may not be offered every semester. It is important to consult with your advisor to determine course schedules to stay on track to graduate.
Area I — Written Composition
Area III — Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Area V - Technical Courses
Students MUST take ABR 151, WKO 101 and ORT 100/ORI 101; they may choose the remaining 49 credits from the following list.