Do you want to learn how to restore vehicles to their original state after they’ve been damaged? Combine your passion for cars with your creativity to earn an associate degree in automotive technology from Aims and start your career in automotive collision repair.
The Aims auto body degree program offers a hands-on learning experience using the latest collision repair equipment, including frame racks, industry-standard paint booths and a computer paint simulator. Gain classroom and shop experience in the 45,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Aims Automotive and Technology Center, located on the Windsor campus.
Develop your collision repair skills by working directly on various vehicles, including foreign, domestic and hybrids, using advanced shop equipment and industry-leading Snap-on tools. Learn how to return a frame-damaged vehicle to factory specifications using laser and sonic frame straightening equipment.
The Aims automotive department offers comprehensive tours where you can ask questions and see the equipment you’ll use while earning your collision repair degree.