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Car Design Students Face Bleak Times

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Car Design Students Face Bleak Times

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Car Design Students Face Bleak Times

Car Design Students Face Bleak Times

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College for Creative Studies student Dong Tran designed a prototype Hyundai. Courtesy College for Creative Studies hide caption

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College for Creative Studies student Dong Tran designed a prototype Hyundai.

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The College for Creative Studies in Detroit has one of the best car-design programs in the country. Students come from all over for a shot at joining the design staff of one of the major automakers. The auto industry, however, is in a crisis and there won't be many jobs available for those who graduate.

Dustin Dwyer reports for Michigan Radio.

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