Diesel Technology: Field Maintenance
Our Diesel Technology programs offer a unique, hands-on technology education recognized by industry leaders as on the nation's leading diesel programs. Our curriculum is relevant to students' lives and careers, valuable in terms of content and competencies and connected to the needs of industry. It strives to provide an environment that fosters excellence in learning and one that nurtures discovery of knowledge for advancement, academic excellence in the classroom, and personal growth through collaboration and teamwork.
The mission of the Diesel Technology program is to provide students with the working knowledge, technological proficiency, and professional skills necessary to be successful in a variety of careers related to diesel technology. Our faculty instructors and cutting-edge Diesel Technology Center provide students a unique opportunity to gain hands-on and technology-driven educational experiences that reflect industry standards and expectations.
Learning Outcomes for Diesel Technology Field Maintenance, BS
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to, in accordance with industry standards:
Apply advanced diagnostic and repair procedures for machine systems and components.
Apply advanced diagnostic and repair procedures for hydraulic systems.
Perform advanced welding processes appropriate to field maintenance.
Use computer-based resources to diagnose and repair on and off-highway equipment.
Use diagnostic devices to communicate with equipment and machine controllers.
Work within current industry safety guidelines and standards to ensure a safe working environment.
Use written communication to analyze and convey information in a clear, concise, and
Use verbal communication and visual aids to convey information to an audience in an effective, professional manner.
Bachelor of Science Diesel Technology: Field Maintenance Option
Learning Outcomes: Demonstrate the effectivness of incorporating computer based testing with the B.S. Diesel Technology - Field Maintenance program. The student will successfully complete selected weld performance certifications. Sucessful completion and submission of electronic work-orders.
|General Education Core 1||33|
|ATDI 134||Electrical/Electronic Sys I||6|
|ATDI 264||Electrical/Electronic Sys II||6|
|ATDI 265||Heating and Air Conditioning||4|
|ATDI 384||AT/DI Elctrcl/Elctrn Sys III||4|
|ATDI 400||Shop Procedures||3|
|DST 104||Intro to Diesel Engines||3|
|DST 114||Intro to Diesel Engines Lab||3|
|DST 115||Intro to Diesel Fuel Systems||5|
|DST 204||Intro to Hydraulics Pneumatics||2|
|DST 214||Intro to Hydr Pneumatics Lab||2|
|DST 216||Heavy Duty Power Trains||4|
|DST 264||Diesel Engine Diagnosis Repair||3|
|DST 274||Diag Diesel Engine Repair Lab||3|
|DST 314||Hydraulics and Pneumatics II||4|
|DST 434||Current Model Year Technology (Capstone)||3|
|DST 440||Advanced Fuel Systems||4|
|DST 450||Diag Pwr Shifts and HD Atmtics||4|
|WLDG 110||Welding Theory I||2|
|WLDG 111||Welding Theory I Practical||2|
|WLDG 114||Mig/Tig Welding||3|
|WLDG 186||Welding Qual Test Prep w/Lab||3|
|WLDG 260||Repair & Maintenance Welding||3|
|WLDG 356||Welding Certifctn Procdrs II||3|
|WLDG 357||Welding Certifctn Procdrs III||3|
|Total minimum credits required for degree||120|