Faculty: David Lipscomb
The Diesel Technology certificate program offers a number of career options by providing students the opportunity to earn a one year certificate. Most of our students go directly into the workforce as technicians while some go on to start their own business.
A background in Diesel Technology can be a valuable asset in a number of Industries:
The Diesel Technology program consists of 42 semester credit hours of coursework and commonly takes three semesters to complete when taken during the day. The range of study varies from shop safety to failure analysis.
Location: TC@ TexAmericas Center / Located 15 minutes from the main campus just off I-30 at exit 206.
Program Coordinator: David Lipscomb
Degrees Offered: Level I Certificate
|Level I Certificate|
|DEMR||1301||Shop Safety and Procedures||3||SCH|
|DEMR||1405||Basic Electrical Systems||4||SCH|
|DEMR||1306||Diesel Engine I||3||SCH|
|DEMR||1421||Power Train I||4||SCH|
|DEMR||1410||Diesel Engine Testing and Repair I||4||SCH|
|DEMR||2412||Diesel Engine Testing and Repair II||4||SCH|
|DEMR||1317||Basic Brake Systems||3||SCH|
|DEMR||1423||Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Troubleshooting and Repair||4||SCH|
|DEMR||1449||Diesel Engine II||4||SCH|
|DEMR||2334||Advanced Diesel Tune – Up and Troubleshooting||3||SCH|