El Camino’s Automotive Collision Repair/Painting degree and certificate programs set you on track to work in an automotive body shop environment right after graduation. They’re accessible, affordable paths to a rewarding, in-demand career.
Our Automotive Collision Repair/Painting Associate of Science (AS) degree typically takes two years. Or complete a certificate in less than six months.
Hands-on automotive collision repair education at El Camino will challenge you to be your best. We’ll be here to help.
Most El Camino automotive collision repair students want to start their careers as soon as possible. We provide the training and skills you need to find a job and be successful.
This degree prepares you for employment in the industry and provides upgrade opportunities for those currently employed. Customize your education and choose the pathway that best suits your interests.
This certificate prepares you for employment in the automotive insurance industry or in auto body repair. Finish coursework in less than six months, ready to pursue an entry-level job.
Earn a certificate in automotive collision repair and be ready for employment in the industry after just one year.
This certificate prepares you for employment in the automotive insurance industry. Finish coursework in about six months, ready to pursue an entry-level job.
After graduation, you may enter the industry in a variety of fields, from auto repair to insurance investigation. We’ll help you identify career options and decide on the best step after graduation.
As an El Camino automotive collision repair student, you become part of a dynamic professional community. The perspectives and connections you develop here will prove valuable throughout your career.
Learn about course requirements and more for the Automotive Collision Repair/Painting AS degree and the Automotive Collision Investigation, Automotive Collision Repair/Painting, and Automotive Collision Repair/Painting: Damage Estimating certificates in El Camino’s online catalog.
Find semester-by-semester plans that chart your path to an Automotive Collision Repair/Painting AS degree or Automotive Collision Investigation, Automotive Collision Repair/Painting or Automotive Collision Repair/Painting: Damage Estimating certificate on El Camino’s Guided Pathways site.