- Associate in Applied Science Degree
- Program location:
- Applied Technology Center
This program prepares students for a career in the growing transportation industry. Students will interact with industry in real-world scenarios during the internships, gaining the confidence and skills needed to succeed. Technicians may work on light- to heavy-duty vehicles or expand into various other fields in the transportation industry.
|Option Requirements||37.0 – 42.0|
|Total Credit Hours Required||99.0 – 103.0|
General Education Requirements - 27.0 Credit Hrs.
|ENGL 1220 and ENGL 1240 are recommended.|
|PSYC 1000 is recommended.|
|MATH 1240 is recommended.|
|HMRL 1010 Human Relations Skills||4.5|
|INFO 1001 Information Systems and Literacy||4.5|
Major Requirements for Diesel Technology - 34.0 Credit Hrs.
|DESL 1000 Diesel Preventive Maintenance||3.0|
|DESL 1110 Diesel Engine Fuel Systems||3.0|
|DESL 1210 Electricity and Electronics||6.0|
|DESL 1230 Diesel Engine Fundamentals||4.0|
|DESL 1301 CDL for Diesel Technicians I||2.5|
|DESL 1302 CDL for Diesel Technicians II||1.5|
|DESL 2210 Diesel Engine Controls||3.0|
|DESL 2220 Diesel Engine Diagnostics||4.0|
|DESL 2230 Diesel Engine Rebuild||4.0|
|DESL 2240 Emissions and Maintenance||3.0|
Option Requirements for Diesel Technology
The Diesel Technology option(s) are available in the areas listed below.
- Diesel Service
- 38.0 - 41.0 credit hours
- Heavy Equipment
- 39.0 - 41.0 credit hours
- Power Generation
- 37.0 - 41.0 credit hours