The Diesel Technology program is designed to train individuals in the technical knowledge and mechanical skills required to service, repair and test various types of machinery and equipment. The program includes instruction in the theory of internal combustion engines, diesel fuel systems, electrical, hydraulics, power trains and machinery maintenance. The program also includes training in basic shop skills, safety and instrumentation.
- Diesel technician
- Ag mechanic
- Parts counter person
- Truck technician
- Forklift technician
- Heavy equipment technician
Certification Opportunities: Automotive Service Excellence certification preparation, advanced progress toward Ag/Diesel Mechanics degree, AYES Certification
Pre-requisites: Junior/senior standing. Returning students must have a B or better their first year and instructor approval
Sessions offered: AM Session is 8 to 10:30 a.m. Monday through Friday.
Length of program: 1-2 years
Equivalency Credits: 0.5 Technical English 1 or 2, 0.5 Math, 0.5 Science
Occupational/Elective Credits: 3 per year
College credits available: 22 college credits