Industrial Diesel Technology Certificate II (C2_CET1) is offered at LSC-North Harris. For more information, please contact the Automotive Technology Department.
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Industrial Diesel Technology is the testing, repair, and maintenance of large diesel industrial engines. Modern direct-injection industrial diesel engines produce low amounts of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and unburned hydrocarbons. The U.S. Department of Energy is working with engine manufacturers and fuel suppliers to develop diesel engine technology to produce very low emissions of reactive nitrogen compounds (i.e., NOx) and particulate matter (i.e., PM). As lower emission diesel technology becomes a reality, diesel technologists with training in the new processes are needed.
|DEMR||1301||Shop Safety and Procedures||3|
|DEMR||1306||Diesel Engine I||3|
|DEMR||1305||Basic Electrical Systems||3|
|DEMR||1310||Diesel Engine Testing and Repair I||3|
|DEMR||1349||Diesel Engine II||3|
|DEMR||2380||Cooperative Education - Diesel Mechanics||3|
TOTAL FIRST-YEAR CREDITS:
|ENGL||1301||Composition & Rhetoric I||3|
|DEMR||1317||Basic Brake Systems||3|
|DEMR||2334||Advanced Diesel Tune-up and Troubleshooting||3|
|DEMR||1323||Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Troubleshooting and Repair||3|
|SPCH||1321||Business and Professional Communication||3|
|DEMR||2312||Diesel Engine Testing and Repair II||3|
|DEMR||1321||Power Train I||3|
|DEMR4||2381||Cooperative Education - DIesel Mechanics Technology||3|
TOTAL SECOND-YEAR CREDITS:
TOTAL Credits for Industrial Diesel AAS: