Diesel Technology (AT)
Prerequisite requirements must be fulfilled prior to enrollment in most required program courses. Prerequisite requirements are listed together with course titles and descriptions in the general college catalog.
Please Note: When students return to the diesel degree program after a break in enrollment, they may be required to retake previously completed courses. The faculty will make this determination and will take the length of absence and related work experience into consideration when making this decision.
- Placement in ENGL 060, MATH 060, READ 080 and instructor permission.
- Must possess a valid Washington Driver's License.
Courses (132 Credits Minimum)
|DT 121||Introduction to Diesel Technology||16.0|
|DT 122||Intermediate Diesel Technology||16.0|
|DT 123||Advanced Diesel Technology||16.0|
|DT 221||Diagnostics, Testing and Repair||16.0|
|DT 222||Advanced Diagnostics, Testing and Repair||16.0|
|DT 223||Certification and Testing||16.0|
|WELD 101||Related Welding I (or higher)||6.0|
|CTM 101||Transport Careers: Commercial Driving||5.0|
|CTM 150||Range Operations and Equipment||5.0|
|CTM 185||Over the Road Driving||5.0|
|ENGL&101||English Composition I or||5.0|
|ENGL 150||Vocational/Technical and Business Writing||5.0|
|MATH 100||Vocational Technical Mathematics (or higher)||5.0|
|PSYC&100||General Psychology or||5.0|
|PSYCH106||Human Relations or||5.0|
|SOC& 101||Introduction to Sociology||5.0|
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This page is intended to summarize the requirements for degrees and certificates at Grays Harbor College. For complete requirements, please see the Academic Catalog.