The Diesel Technology program of study prepares students to be proficient diesel truck technicians having skills to be competitive in the diesel truck maintenance industry. Students study all phases of the diesel truck including engines, transmissions, drive axles, electrical systems, and auxiliary systems. Instruction includes a wide variety of theory classes and up-to-date practical experiences. Graduates of this program are awarded an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree.
Students must complete the curriculum described below:
2Students must complete 30 credit hours of laboratory courses OR complete a minimum of 21 credit hours of laboratory courses and a maximum of 9 credit hours of internship, with any combination of laboratory and internship credit hours within that range being acceptable.