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Collision Repair Dual Credit

SUMMARY

Upon completing the Grayson College Dual Credit Collision Repair Program, students will be prepared for entry-level employment in the field. They can also continue to higher certification levels or complete the A.A.S. degree in Collision Repair Technology.

CERTIFICATE

GC Basic Collision Helper Certificate

GC Basic Collision Apprentice Certificate

INSTRUCTOR

Grayson College provides the course instructor.

CURRICULUM

The curriculum is provided by Grayson College and consists of materials located in the Canvas Learning Management System and hands-on lab activities.

SCHEDULE

Courses are typically scheduled in the afternoon and evenings.

FACILITY

Classes are held in a face-to-face format at the Denison campus.

TSI REQUIREMENT

None

PREREQUISITES

None

VACCINATION REQUIREMENT

State law requires that students under the age of 22 who will attend classes on a GC campus must provide documentation of a meningococcal vaccination within the previous five years or a conscientious objection waiver. Students will not be enrolled without this documentation.

TUITION & FEES

$89/credit hour + applicable fees

TEXTBOOKS & SUPPLIES

purchased by student or high school partner. Student enrolling in a Collision Repair program must supply a project vehicle to work on. The vehicle must be owned by the student or their parent/legal guardian. Students are not allowed to receive compensation for work done on vehicles in the lab.

FINANCIAL AID

Full or partial tuition waivers are available for dual credit students on free or reduced lunch programs.

TYPICAL COURSE OF STUDY

please contact course instructor for individual considerations.

Junior Year Courses

SEMESTER

COURSE

COURSE TITLE

SEM. HOURS

Fall

ABDR1519

(prerequisite for all other courses)

Introduction to Safety and Health

5

Fall

ABDR1431

(prerequisite for all other courses)

Job Search Skills

4

Spring

ABDR1411 Reference to note 1

Vehicle Measurement and Damage Repair Procedures

4

Spring

ABDR2355 Reference to note 1

Collision Repair Estimating

3
Senior Year Courses

SEMESTER

COURSE

COURSE TITLE

SEM. HOURS

Fall

ABDR1555 Reference to note 2

Minor Metal Repair

4

Fall

ABDR2502 Reference to note 2

Mech. & Electric. Systems

5

Spring

ABDR1558 Reference to note 2

Collision Repair Estimating

3

Spring

ABDR1449 Reference to note 2

Plastic & Composite Repair

4

Total Semester Hours: 32

Advanced courses are offered on a rotating basis. Please contact the course instructor for advising.

Questions

Director of Dual Credit CTE Programs
dualcredit@grayson.edu