electrical engineering

There’s a high demand for Diesel Techs and the US Department of Labor predicts that trend to continue to climb as more and more large trucks take to the highway. In our state-of-the-art lab, led by an ASE Certified Instructor, you will explore every aspect of Diesel Truck operations by servicing and repairing working vehicles and their components. You’ll gain hands-on practical experience with conventional tools as well as computerized engine analyzers. We round out the program with business management skills that include the use of computers in the service and parts area.

US Department of Labor shows a faster-than-average job outlook for Diesel Service Technicians and Mechanics. Job opportunities in diesel technology include diesel technician, field-test technician, repair and maintenance of natural gas compressor stations and electrical generator sets, service technician, parts manager, service manager, or technical trainer. There are even possibilities in sales and engineering for qualified technicians.

electrical engineering

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Jim York, Professor, Electrical Engineering

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