As a Diesel Equipment Technology student, you will explore a variety of vehicle systems in classes combining theory and laboratory exercises that will prepare you to work on a variety of medium and heavy-duty trucks and equipment. Students will apply classroom theory in various hands-on activities, ensuring they are ready to enter the work force upon program completion.

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Program Highlights: Diesel Equipment Theory, Brake Systems, Suspension and Steering, Electrical Systems, Fixed Power Systems, Hydraulics, Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration, Preventative Maintenance, Electronic Systems, Diesel Power and the Environment, Diesel Engine Performance, Automatic and Manual Shift Transmission

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If you have a valid OSHA certification, you can receive credit for courses in the Transportation Technology (AAS), Diesel Equipment Technology Concentration program by filling out the following form: