Program of Study
The Power Technologies program offers entry-level and advanced instruction, with an emphasis on the analysis and diagnosis of modern gasoline and diesel vehicles.
Students may select courses in areas of specialization within the Power Technologies Program. Automotive, small engines, diesel, and recreational vehicle and marine specializations are available.
Available certificate programs allow the student to select courses that provide the skills for ASE certification tests.
The faculty has identified the following Learning Outcomes for all graduates:
- Troubleshoot electrical, computer, mechanical and emissions systems.
- Operate a Computer Service Information to assist in repair of automotive systems.
- Reinforce ethical business practices in relations with customers and suppliers.
- Use mathematical skills in analytical and practical problem-solving.
- Diagnose electrical, electronic and driveline systems.
- Use proper test meters, computers and lab scopes.
- Study and test engines for proper operation to meet manufacturer specifications. Perform engine overhaul and perform complete car service.
NOTE: This program is offered primarily evenings; selected courses are offered during the day.
- Service Technician
- Diesel Technician
- Small Engine Repair
- Agricultural Equipment Technician
- Marine Equipment Technician
- Service Manager