A.S. in Medium and Heavy Diesel Truck Technology
Prepares students for occupations in diesel engine technology, bus service and repair, medium and heavy truck service and repair, rail service occupations and/or provides an opportunity for advancement within these occupations. Employment is available in both the public and private sectors.
This degree requires meeting the Citrus College General Education and proficiency requirements combined with successful completion (grades of “C” and above) of the following major requirements:
|MTRK 148||Medium and Heavy Truck Maintenance and Inspection||5|
|MTRK 152A||Medium and Heavy Truck Engines Service, Diagnosis, and Repair||6|
|MTRK 154||Medium and Heavy Truck Chassis Service, Diagnosis and Repair||6|
|MTRK 156||Medium/Heavy Truck Electrical/Electronic Systems I||4|
|MTRK 166||Medium/Heavy Truck Electrical/Electronic Systems II||4|
|MTRK 179||Diesel Engine Management Systems||4|
|Select one (1) of the following elective specialties:|
|Medium and Heavy Truck Hydraulics||3.5|
|Medium and Heavy Truck HVAC Service, Diagnosis & Repair||3|
|Medium and Heavy Truck Drivetrain Service, Diagnosis, and Repair||7|
A.S. Degree Level Student Learning Outcomes
- Given a performance complaint by the operator: verify the operator's complaint, diagnose the failure or find the vehicle operating as designed, estimate the labor and parts cost, and make a clear needs/recommendations statement on the repair order citing both complaint and cause. In addition, once the student receives authorization, the student will service and/or repair the vehicle to industry standards, verify the repair has corrected the operator's complaint and document the remedy.