Diesel Preventative Maintenance Technology (Certificate)
The Diesel Preventative Maintenance Technician program prepares students to enter the workforce ready to perform routine repair procedures, preventive maintenance, and safety applications.
Graduates work as brake technicians as well as perform routine maintenance and make general repairs.
Typical employers of Diesel Preventative Maintenance technicians are truck, farm, and earth-moving equipment dealerships; trucking companies; truck service centers; engine repair/machine shops; truck equipment distributors; independent service garages.
|Diesel Preventative Maintenance Technology Major Courses (21 Credits)|
|VMR 151||Introduction to Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Technology||1|
|VMR 153||Brake Systems||2|
|VMR 154||Brake Systems Lab||1|
|VMR 155||Steering and Suspension Systems||2|
|VMR 156||Steering and Suspension Systems Lab||1|
|VMR 157||Introduction to Welding for Auto and Diesel||2|
|VMR 159||Electrical & Electronic Systems||2|
|VMR 160||Electrical & Electronic Systems Lab||1|
|DTT 177||Diesel Fuel Injection Systems||2|
|DTT 178||Diesel Fuel Injection Systems Lab||1|
|DTT 179||Diesel Engine Performance and Tune-Up Procedures||2|
|DTT 180||Diesel Engine Performance and Tune-Up Procedures Lab||2|
|IET 101||Introduction to Automotive and Diesel Electronics||2|
|General Education (10 Credits)|
|MAT 105 or
|Math for Transportation Division
College Algebra and Trigonometry 1
|CPT 101||Microcomputer I||3|
|ENG 101||English Composition I||3|
|SSS 101||Student Success Seminar||1|
|Minimum Credits to Graduate||31|
|This course prepares students with skills labeled by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as those used in traditional or evolving green occupation.|
For course descriptions, please visit the Course Catalog.