The Diesel Technology program is 35 credit hours and provides students with knowledge and laboratory experiences in the diagnosis, repair, service and maintenance of diesel equipment. Preventive maintenance is stressed, as well as the importance of high-quality workmanship.
As part of the Technical Science Division admissions and acceptance process, applicants are required to successfully pass a drug screen prior to entry into the following Technical Science programs: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Automotive Technology, Automotive Collision Repair, Diesel Technology, Machine Tool Technology, Outdoor Performance Equipment, and Welding.
In addition, students enrolled in these programs will be subject to random drug tests during the academic year. Persons testing positive or who refuse testing will be denied entry into the program or dismissed from the program if currently enrolled.
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