2018-2019 Catalog

Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technology, Associate of Applied Science

The Diesel & Heavy Equipment programs provide an opportunity for students to learn techniques and develop skills necessary for them to acquire a job or to advance in a job as a diesel/ heavy equipment technician or a related field. This program is intended to give students basic knowledge with actual hand-on activities. Helping students understand how to apply theory to an actual on-the-job situation and helping them gain the confidence to take on larger and more complex tasks and be successful are important to the mission of the Diesel & Heavy Equipment program. The program also strives to partner with the community to meet the needs of local business and industry. Specialized training is developed on request and as time permits, in order to help employees improve their skills.

Degree Requirements

Freshman Year - Fall Semester

AUTO 1765AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS I

3

AUTO 1766AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS II

3

AUTO 1770AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS

3

DESL 1595DIESEL FUNDAMENTALS

3

INDM 1570INDUSTRIAL HYDRAULICS I (FLUID POWER)

3

HMDV 10051st YEAR SUCCESS

1

Total Credit Hours:16

Freshman Year - Spring Semester

DESL 1600DIESEL ENGINES

6

DESL 1625DIESEL ENGINE MANAGEMENT I

3

INDM 1580INDUSTRIAL HYDRAULICS II (FLUID POWER

3

INDM 1585INDUSTRIAL HYDRAULICS III

3

ENGL 1010ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

3

Total Credit Hours:18

Sophomore Year - Fall Semester

COMM 1030INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

3

CMAP 1200COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

3

PHYS 1050CONCEPTS OF PHYSICS

4

DESL 1635DIESEL ENGINE MANAGEMENT II

3

ENGL 2005TECHNICAL WRITING

3

US & WYOMING CONSTITUTION

3

Total Credit Hours:19

Sophomore Year - Fall Semester Notes: 

Sophomore Year - Spring Semester

AUTO 1760HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING

3

WELD 1755SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING

3

TECH 1600INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

3

MAJOR AREA COURSES

6

HMDV 2411ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENT

0

Total Credit Hours:15
  • Major Area Courses can be fulfilled with any directly related course from the following prefixes: AUTO, CMPT, DESL, ELTR, INDM, MCH, MINE, OGPT, TECH, or WELD.

Total Credit Hours: 68

All courses in the Technology and Industry Prefixes (AUTO, DESL, INDM, TECH, and WELD) must be completed with a "C" or better to earn the Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technology degree.