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Program map for Diesel/Heavy Equipment Technology Associate in Applied Science (AAS-T), BAS-OLTM Option

The Diesel/Heavy Equipment Technology program prepares students for careers in any industry that utilizes trucks, heavy equipment, vessels or any other industrial equipment utilizing diesel power, hydraulics or other mechanical power transmission devices. Some of the many different areas of graduate employment include trucking firms, heavy equipment dealerships, logging companies, railroads, tug boats, industrial maintenance and sales.

With a strong emphasis on fluid power, LCC’s Diesel/Heavy Equipment Technology program is one of few accepted for membership in the National Fluid Power Association. Students may enter the program any quarter and may transfer to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Diesel Power at several baccalaureate institutions.

*Total credits required to earn this degree: 124-132 with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in the program requirements.

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  Important: Many course sequences only begin in fall quarter. Check with your program advisor.