Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Adviser Name:_______________________ Catalog: Guam Community College 2016-2017 Catalog Program: Medium/Heavy Truck Diesel Technology Certificate Minimum Credits Required:__________________

Medium/Heavy Truck Diesel Technology Certificate

Program Description

The Medium/Heavy Truck Diesel Technology program prepares graduates to work in the automotive field with special emphasis in diesel service. Graduates will be able to troubleshoot, maintain, and repair various types of diesel engines, trucks, boats, and other heavy equipment. Students will obtain knowledge and skills in Medium/Heavy Truck in a variety of areas to include: diesel engines, drive trains, brake systems, suspension and steering, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, hydraulics, electrical/electronic systems, and preventive maintenance.

Students completing this program will have preparatory knowledge in the eight main areas of the Medium/Heavy Truck Diesel Technology and will prepare them for entry-level, Assistant Technician positions. This program prepares graduates to pass the ASE National Certification Exams and enter the workforce as entry-level, Junior Technicians.

Program Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs):

Upon successful completion of the Certificate in Medium/Heavy Truck Diesel Technology program, students will be able to:

  1. Seek employment as a Heavy/Medium Truck Technician, Fleet Mechanic, Heavy Marine Diesel Technician, Generator Repair, Heavy Equipment Repair or Parts Counter person.
  2. Troubleshoot, maintain, and repair various heavy trucks and mobile equipment, including bulldozers, boats, cranes, road graders, farm tractors, and combines.

A. General Education Requirements

Students must demonstrate proficiency in reading, writing, understanding, and speaking English as indicated by one of the following:

  • Test out of the English Placement Test, or
  • Satisfactory completion of EN 100 courses, and
  • Satisfactory completion of MA 108 or test out of the math placement test.
Course NameTerm TakenGradeGen Ed

 

EN 100R - Fundamentals of English/Reading (3) +
EN 100W - Fundamentals of English/Writing (3) +
MA 108 - Introduction to College Algebra (3) +

Total General Education Requirements - 3

Note to students: The credits in parenthesis above count only for billing purposes and student semester load. They do not count toward credits needed for any degree or certificate.

B. Technical Requirements

Course NameTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
MHT 100A - Intro to Diesel Technology and Preventive Maintenance Part I (3)
MHT 100B - Intro to Diesel Technology and Preventive Maintenance Part II (3) +
MHT 110 - Diesel Engines Part I (3) +
MHT 120 - Medium/Heavy Truck Drive Trains Part I (3)
MHT 130 - Brake Systems Part I (3) +
MHT 140 - Suspension & Steering Part I (3) +
MHT 150 - Medium/Heavy Truck Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (3) +
MHT 160 - Hydraulics (3) +
MHT 170 - Medium/Heavy Truck Electrical/Electronic Systems Part I (3)
MHT 210 - Diesel Engines Part II (3) +
MHT 230 - Brake Systems Part II (3) +
MHT 270 - Medium/Heavy Truck Electrical/Electronic Systems Part II (3) +

Total Technical Requirements - 36

Total Credits Required - 39

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