Offered at the Levelland Campus
The Diesel Service Technology program is designed to train the student to service diesel powered trucks, agricultural equipment, buses and construction equipment. Specific areas of training include: major engine overhaul; transmission overhaul; rear axle assembly and drive line overhaul; steering gear and linkage overhaul; fuel injection systems overhaul; hydraulic system overhaul; overhaul or replacement of auxiliary equipment such as starters, generators, alternators, switches, regulators, and other miscellaneous items, including troubleshooting procedures and shop management procedures.
The following curriculum meets all the requirements for the Associate of Applied Science degree. To qualify for the A.A.S. degree, the student must complete a Capstone Experience in the final semester of the program. An optional plan for the Certificate of Proficiency is also offered.
This degree requires compliance with TSI.
Program advisor is Whitney Owens, professor of diesel service technology.
Associate of Applied Science Degree