2018-2019 Catalog

Diesel and Medium/Heavy Truck Technology, Associate of Applied Science

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

DESL 1590HEAVY DUTY POWER TRAINS

6

HMDV 10051st YEAR SUCCESS

1

Total Credit Hours:19

Freshman Year - Spring Semester

DESL 1600DIESEL ENGINES

6

DESL 1625DIESEL ENGINE MANAGEMENT I

3

CMAP 1200COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

3

ENGL 1010ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

3

US & WYOMING CONSTITUTION

3

Total Credit Hours:18

Freshman Year - Spring Semester Notes:

  • US & Wyoming Constitution can be fulfilled by U.S. to 1865 (HIST 1211), U.S. From 1865 (HIST 1221), Wyoming History (HIST 1251) and American & Wyoming Government (POLS 1000).
  • Sophomore Year - Fall Semester

    DESL 1635DIESEL ENGINE MANAGEMENT II

    3

    DESL 1680HD BRAKE & SUSPENSION

    6

    PHYS 1050CONCEPTS OF PHYSICS

    4

    ENGL 2005TECHNICAL WRITING

    3

    Total Credit Hours:16

    Sophomore Year - Spring Semester

    AUTO 1760HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING

    3

    WELD 1755SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING

    3

    TECH 1600INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

    3

    COMM 1030INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

    3

    MAJOR AREA COURSES

    3

    HMDV 2411ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENT

    0

    Total Credit Hours:15

    Sophomore Year - Spring Semester Notes:

  • 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.