Collision Repair

Associate in Applied Science

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Collision Plan of Study


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Collision Information Guide


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OSUIT’s Automotive Collision Repair program features courses taught by industry-certified faculty utilizing the latest equipment, materials and technology for a quality, hands-on education.


Develop a broad knowledge and skill set in areas such as collision estimation, structural and non-structural diagnosis and repair, refinishing equipment and processes, and collision center management. Students can also receive a MIG welding certification through I-CAR.

Paid internships are part of the two-year program’s curriculum so you begin earning money in your career field before graduating. After earning an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Automotive Collision Repair Technology, graduates can work as collision technicians and refinish specialists.