Basic Collision Repair Diploma Option Courses

Award: Diploma
Required number of credits: 30
Program Start: Fall

2019–2020 Suggested Sequence of Study

The following suggested sequence of study is for new full-time students starting the program in the academic year listed.

When registering for classes refer to your Academic Evaluation to see your specific program requirements and ensure proper registration.

Courses are subject to change.

Semester 1
CRR-306 Introduction to Collision Repair 6
CRR-821 Introduction to Refinishing I 3
CRR-822 Introduction to Refinishing II 3
MAT-772 Applied Math -OR- 3
MAT-110 Math for Liberal Arts -OR- Course offered 100% online Course offered in the evening after 5:00pm 3
MAT-121 College Algebra -OR- 4
Math Elective 3
Total Credits 15

Semester 2
CRR-331 Basic Collision Procedures 6
CRR-836 Refinishing II 6
PSY-102 Human and Work Relations -OR- 3
PSY-111 Introduction to Psychology -OR- Course offered 100% online Course offered in the evening after 5:00pm 3
SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology Course offered 100% online Course offered in the evening after 5:00pm 3
Total Credits 15

Math Electives
MAT-128 Precalculus 4 Gen Ed
MAT-134 Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry 3 Gen Ed
MAT-156 Statistics Course offered 100% online Course offered in the evening after 5:00pm 3 Gen Ed
MAT-210 Calculus I 4 Gen Ed
MAT-216 Calculus II 4 Gen Ed
MAT-219 Calculus III 4 Gen Ed

Student Success Specialist

Natasha Ceaser
Butler Hall 122
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Program Advisors

Terry Van Dyke
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Dave Grunklee
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