Industrial Technology Department

Recreational Power Equipment
Certificate of Applied Science

Students in the program are trained to be recreational power equipment technicians who repair and maintain a wide variety of engines and related equipment. They learn to repair two- and four-stroke cycle engines. They work on motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, and marine equipment. In addition, they learn to replace piston rings, bearings, electrical and carburetion components. Instructors help students acquire the skills needed to perform tune-ups and other service and maintenance work. Instruction occurs at the West campus, 3639 South Avenue West.

Students are awarded a Certificate of Applied Science upon successful completion of the program. Students may enter in the autumn semester only. Credit for independent study is available to those desiring additional instruction in recreational power equipment. Contact the program director for more information.

Length of Program: 2 Semesters
Award Upon Graduation: Certificate of Applied Science
Entry Times: Fall Semester


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