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The Associate in Science degree program in Mobile Equipment Technology prepares students to diagnose and service diesel powered trucks and equipment. Students will learn to use a systems approach to analyze and repair diesel engines, transmissions, brakes, hydraulics, related technologies and controlling systems. Extensive lab courses and a co-op experience are supported by rigorous coursework in physics, math, communications and social science. Shop safety, work habits, shop management and customer relations are also stressed. 

Graduates of this program find employment at heavy truck and equipment dealerships, as well as forestry, agricultural and automotive dealerships whose lines include diesel-powered units. Students may also find employment in construction, forestry, trucking, skiing, marine service, power generation and other industries that use diesel-powered units.

There are four options in this program. The On-Highway option prepares students to work on heavy-duty on-highway trucks. TheOff-Highway option prepares students to work on large earth moving, agricultural, or forestry equipment. The Parts and Service Management option prepares students to work as parts and service consultants, as parts or service managers, or in general service management positions. A One-Year Certificate option is also available.

Students can expect to spend an additional $1500-2500 for tools.


First Year
Fall Semester Lec Lab Cr
DSL111W Introduction to Mobile Equipment Technology 2 0 2
DSL211W Heavy-Duty Power Trains 3 3 4
DSL214W Mobile Equipment Welding 1 4 3
PHYS115W Technical Physics 3 2 4
  MATH* 4 0 4
*May be 3 or 4 credits depending on the course that is chosen
  Semester Total  13 9 17
 
 
Spring Semester Lec Lab Cr
DSL115W Diesel Power Systems 3 3 4
DSL117W Fuel & Emission Systems 3 3 4
ENGL120W College Composition 4 0 4
PHYS113W Electricity and Electronics 3 2 4
PHYS215W Fluid Dynamics 3 2 4
  Semester Total  16 10 20
 
Summer Term Lec Lab Cr
DSL119W Cooperative Education 0 3 1
  Semester Total  0 0 1
  First Year Total      38
 

Second Year
Fall Semester Lec Lab Cr
DSL113W Heavy Duty Electrical Systems 3 3 4
DSL216W Mobile Hydraulics I 2 3 3
DSL219W Failure Analysis 3 0 3
DSL224W Senior Project I 0 3 1
  Social Science Elective 3 0 3
 
  Semester Total  11 9 14
 
Spring Semester Lec Lab Cr
DSL220W Vehicle Inspection and Commercial Drivers License 3 0 3
  OR
DSL222W Mobile Hydraulics II* 2 3 3
DSL225W Senior Project II 0 3 1
DSL226W Electronic Troubleshooting 0 4 2
DSL227W Heavy-Duty Chassis Brake & Climate Control Systems 4 3 5
ENGL211W Technical Writing 3 0 3
  Humanities Elective 3 0 3
  Semester Total  12/13 10/13 17
  Second Year Total      31
* Denotes Off-Highway Option
 
  Total for A.S. Degree = 69

Parts and Service Management Option


First Year
Fall Semester Lec Lab Cr
COMP103W Intro to Spreadsheets 1 0 1
DSL111W Introduction to Mobile Equipment Technology 2 0 2
DSL211W Heavy-Duty Power Trains 3 3 4
PHYS115W Technical Physics 3 2 4
  MATH* 4 0 4
*May be 3 or 4 credits depending on the course that is chosen
  Semester Total  13 5 15
Spring Semester Lec Lab Cr
COMP105W Intro to Database Management 1 0 1
DSL115W Diesel Power Systems 3 3 4
MGMT218W Small Business Management 3 0 3
PHYS113W Electricity and Electronics 3 2 4
PHYS215W Fluid Dynamics 3 2 4
  Semester Total  13 7 16
 
Summer Semester Lec Lab Cr
DSL119W Cooperative Education 0 3 1
  Semester Total  0 3 1
  First Year Total      32
 

Second Year
Fall Semester Lec Lab Cr
ACCT111W Accounting I 3 0 3
DSL113W Heavy Duty Electrical Systems 3 3 4
DSL219W Failure Analysis 3 0 3
ENGL120W College Composition 4 0 4
MGMT214W Management 3 0 3
  Semester Total  16 3 17
Spring Semester Lec Lab Cr
ACCT214W Managerial Finance and Accounting 3 0 3
BUS116W Business Plan Development 3 0 3
ENGL211W Technical Writing 3 0 3
MGMT216W Project Management Seminar 3 0 3
HUMAW Humanities Elective 3 0 3
  Social Science Elective 3 0 3
  Semester Total  18 0 18
  Second Year Total     35
Total for A.S. Degree = 67

 

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