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Associate in Applied Science Degree - Diesel Technology (Pending HLC Approval)

Overview

Degree Requirements:

  • General Education Courses
  • Core Curriculum

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Professionalism and related necessary soft skills (e.g. effective communications, customer service).

2. Knowledge and practice of shop safety practices and procedures.

3. Ability to apply theory of vehicle operating systems to interpret service information, diagnose and repair diesel operating systems.

Requirements:

Students may be required to complete UNIV 100 - Freshman Seminar (1 semester credit). This is a university requirement for all incoming freshman (including transfer students) with less than 24 semester credits earned who have not completed an equivalent course at another institution.

General Education courses - Diesel Technology:

COMM 110Fundamentals Of Public Speaking

3

CSCI 101Introduction To Computers

3

ENGL 110College Composition I

3

ENGL 120College Composition II

3

SOC 110Introduction to Sociology

3

Total Credit Hours:15

Choose one course from the following two courses (3-4 credits):

MATH 103College Algebra

4

MATH 110Liberal Arts Mathematics

3

Core Curriculum:

DTEC 101Introduction to the Diesel Technology Industry

5

DTEC 102Introduction to Diesel Fuel Systems

2

DTEC 103Introduction to Power Train

3

DTEC 104Introduction to Hydraulics

4

DTEC 105Introduction to Electrical Systems

4

DTEC 106Introduction to Diesel Engines

4

DTEC 107Electrical Troubleshooting

2

DTEC 108Supervised Occupational Experience I

6

DTEC 110Heat, Ventilation and Air Conditioning

3

DTEC 111Vehicle Brakes

3

DTEC 201Introduction to Electronic Controls

3

DTEC 202Advanced Electrical and Emission Systems

3

DTEC 203Advanced Electronic Controls

3

DTEC 204Mobile Hydraulics

4

DTEC 205Transmissions and Drive Systems

4

DTEC 206Advanced Engines and Fuel Systems

6

DTEC 207Supervised Occupational Experience II

3

Total Credit Hours:62

Total Credit Hours:80-81