Overview

Diesel Technology II expands on the classroom and lab experiences from Diesel Technology I and focuses on diagnostic and repair of diesel electrical systems used to power buses, tractor trailers, electrical generators, construction and farm machinery, and similar equipment. Utilization of analog and digital meters, wiring diagrams, and other diagnostic tools are stressed as students are introduced to automotive electrical theory, batteries, charging systems, starting systems, wiring repairs, brake systems, clutch systems, suspension systems, lighting systems, and accessories. This lab operates as a repair shop, and students gain experience working on customer projects.

When You Finish

Upon completion of this program, students are prepared for entry-level employment in the diesel technology industry.  Students may also continue their education in 2 and 4-year degree programs, begin apprenticeships, or enter the military.

 

Industry Certifications

  • ASE (National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence)
    Testing required. Qualifies for THD Certification.
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Dual College Credits

  • DESL 130 Diesel Engine Systems
    Vincennes  |  3 credits
    Co-requisite applies. Qualifies for THD Priority Dual Credits.
  • DESL 130L Diesel Engine Systems Lab
    Vincennes  |  3 credits
    Co-requisite applies. Qualifies for THD Priority Dual Credits.
  • DESL 110 Diesel Electricity
    Vincennes  |  3 credits
    Co-requisite applies. Qualifies for THD Priority Dual Credits.
  • DESL 110L Diesel Electricity Lab
    Vincennes  |  1 credit
    Co-requisite applies. Qualifies for THD Priority Dual Credits.
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Diesel Technology II satisfies the CORE 40, Academic Honors Diploma (AHD), and Technical Honors Diploma (THD) requirement for a “mathematics or quantitative reasoning (applied mathematics) course” during each year of high school.