Diesel Service Technology - Getting Started
Steps for enrolling in Diesel Service classes:
- Apply for admission to PCC.
- Complete the PCC New Student Orientation.
- Take the college placement test.
- all Diesel Service classes have a prerequisite of placement into RD 90 or higher, and placement into MTH 60 or higher.
- Register for classes.
- Pay your Bill.
Courses in this program may be taken in any order. You are welcome to begin taking any of the Diesel courses offered each fall, winter, and spring term. The Course Planning Guide will show you which classes will be offered each terms. The diesel program does NOT offer any courses during the summer term.
Note: Most diesel courses are offered as a two modular sequence. Example: DS 103 Fuel Injection Systems 6cr. and DS 203 Fuel Inject. Syst. Diagnostics 6cr. Students should register for BOTH modules, as the 1XX session runs the first half of the term and the 2XX session runs the second half of the term. The only exception to this is the DS 101 Engine Rebuild class which is a 12 cr. class in itself, and runs the entire length of the term. See the current term schedule for details.
Required courses for completion of the AAS Degree and the Two-year certificate can be viewed and printed from the links below:
- Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree: Diesel Service Technology
- Two-Year Certificate: Diesel Service Technology
Estimated Program Costs
You are required to buy the tools listed on the Required Tool Set. Cost of tools will vary depending on the tool vendor. You are welcome to purchase your tools from where ever you would like. Please contact tool vendors directly for a current quote.
Note: Snap-on brand tools may be purchased, or charged against your financial aid, through the PCC- Rock Creek bookstore. To purchase Snap-on tools, obtain a signed 'Snap-on Proof of Registration' form from a Diesel Department staff or faculty member.
Please visit the Rock Creek Campus bookstore to find the required textbooks for the course(s) you've registered for.