As a Diesel Technician, you’ll install, trouble-shoot, maintain and repair systems and components on diesel-powered equipment in order to provide reliability, efficiency and reduced down-time in some of the region’s top industries.
With sustained regional growth and a strengthening economy, the demand for skilled technicians is at unprecedented levels. You can expect to work for contractors, dealerships, service and repair facilities, and as small-business owner/operators.
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Costs for this program are calculated based on a charge of $240 per credit hour, plus applicable fees. See a breakdown of all tuition and fees here.
Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL). You may purchase a laptop on your own or from the Southeast Tech Support Center.