Diesel - Heavy Line Certificate

The Diesel Heavy Line Certificate program is designed to introduce a student to the field of diesel technology and provide further study of heavy equipment systems. Successful completion of the certificate will prepare a student for a career as an entry level diesel technician troubleshooting and repairing medium/heavy duty on-highway trucks and off-highway equipment for a fleet, dealer, or construction industry. A student can start the two-year program in any semester.

Required Courses

Total Credits: 70

Note(s):

1Courses must be taken together
2Courses must be taken together
3Courses must be taken together
4Courses must be taken together
5Courses must be taken together

Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students:

Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments.

Suggested Course Sequence Part-time Students:

Diesel - Light Line Certificate

The Diesel Light Line Certificate program is a three semester program designed to introduce a student to the field of diesel technology. Successful completion of this certificate program will prepare a student for a position as an entry level maintenance technician for medium/heavy duty on-highway trucks in a fleet or dealer facility. A student must start the program in a fall semester to finish the program in three semesters.

Required Courses

Total Credits: 42

Note(s):

1Courses must be taken together
2Courses must be taken together

Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students:

Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments.

Suggested Course Sequence Part-time Students:

Diesel Technology, A.A.S.

The AAS in Diesel Technology is designed to introduce a student to the field of on-highway trucks and off -highway equipment and provide further study in academics. Successful completion of the degree will prepare a student for a career as an entry level diesel technician troubleshooting and repairing medium/heavy duty on-highway trucks and off-highway equipment for a fleet, dealer, or construction industry. The academic part of the degree places a student in a better position for possible future career advancement. A student can start the degree program in any semester.

Note: A student must earn a grade of C or higher in all courses required for the program in order to receive a degree or certificate.

General Education Requirements

Total General Education Requirements: 15-17

Required Courses

Total Credits: 87-89

Note(s):

1Courses must be taken together
2Courses must be taken together
3Courses must be taken together
4Courses must be taken together
5Courses must be taken together

Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students:

Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments.

Fall 1

Spring 1

Summer 1

Fall 2

Spring 2

Summer 2

Suggested Course Sequence Part-time Students:

Fall 1

Spring 1

Summer 1

Fall 2

Spring 2

Summer 2

Fall 3

Spring 3

Summer 3

Fall 4

Spring 4

Summer 4