This program follows a structured schedule, Monday – Friday from 8 AM to 3 PM.
Classes are held at TC @ TexAmericas Center which is near Red River Army Depot outside of New Boston, Texas.

The Diesel Technology Associate of Applied Science degree offers a number of career options by providing students the opportunity to earn an associate’s degree. Most of our students go directly into the workforce as technicians while some go on to start their own business. A background in auto and diesel technology can be a valuable asset in a number of careers; service technician, diesel parts counter tech, custom service/diagnostics, and fleet service maintenance. The Auto/Diesel technology program consists of 60 hours of coursework and commonly takes four semesters to complete when taken during the day. The range of study varies from shop safety to failure analysis.

Freshman Year

First SemesterHours Second SemesterHours
DEMR 1301
Shop Safety & Procedures
3LEAD 1100
Workforce Development with Critical Thinking
1
DEMR 1405
Basic Electrical Systems
4DEMR 2412
Diesel Engine Testing & Repair II
4
DEMR 1406
Diesel Engine I
4DEMR 1317
Basic Brake Systems
3
DEMR 1421
Power Train I
4DEMR 1323
HVAC Troubleshooting & Repair
3
DEMR 1410
Diesel Engine Testing & Repair I
4
Total15 Total15

Sophomore Year

First SemesterHours Second SemesterHours
DEMR 2332
Electronic Controls
3College Level Math or Natural Science
(any core course)
3
DEMR 1449
Diesel Engine II
4SPCH 1315 (core)3
DEMR 2334
Advanced Tune-Up & Troubleshooting
3ENGL 1301 (core)3
DEMR 2266
Practicum – Diesel Mechanics
2Social Science (any core course)3
Creative Arts (any core course)3
 BCIS 1305 or EDUC 1300 (core)3
Total12 Total

Diesel Technology AAS Total

18

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