Students in the Diesel Technology Program will receive preparation in eight areas of Automotive Service Excellence using state of the art equipment with master technician instructors. These areas include diesel engine, driver train, brakes, suspension and steering, electronic systems, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, preventive maintenances and inspection, and commercial driver training.
Students must satisfactorily complete all requirements, including a minimum of 95 credits, 23 of which are in the General Education Components. Successful pursuit of this program requires students to possess collegiate skills in reading, communication, computation, and critical thinking. Enrollment into the program is limited and a special application process is required. Graduates of the program gain a competitive edge going forward in the automotive industry, providing them with an advantage when applying for specialty level position in the automotive repair industry.