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Transportation Technician Technology

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DTEC 105       MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES     (4 Credits)
This course focuses on maintenance procedures across the broad spectrumof the heavy duty industry utilizing industry standards, techniques, andequipment.

DTEC 106       INTRO TO ENGINES     (4 Credits)
Corequisite: DTEC 107 and DTEC 126, or instructor permission. This coursefocuses on the understanding, diagnosis, and repair of fuel and ignitioncomputerized components across the broad spectrum of the heavy dutyindustry utilizing industry standards, techniques, and equipment.

DTEC 107     BASIC ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS     (4 Credits)
Corequisite: DTEC 106 and DTEC 126, or instructor permission. This coursefocuses on the principles and fundamentals of basic electricity andelectronics utilizing industry standards, techniques, and equipment inpreparation for advanced courses of trouble shooting and repair.

DTEC 126       INTRO/FUEL/IGNITION SYSTEMS     (4 Credits)
Corequisite: DTEC 106 and DTEC 107, or instructor permission. This coursefocuses on the principles and fundamentals of fuel and ignition systemsutilizing industry standards, techniques, and equipment in preparation foradvanced courses of troubleshooting and repairs.

DTEC 127       HYDRAULICS/PNEUMATI CS SYSTEMS     (4 Credits)
Corequisite: DTEC 136 and DTEC 137, or instructor permission. This coursefocuses on the principles and fundamentals of hydraulics and pneumaticsutilizing industry standards, techniques, and equipment in preparation foradvanced courses of trouble shooting and repair.

DTEC 136       BRAKE SYSTEMS     (4 Credits)
Corequisite: DTEC 127 and DTEC 137, or instructor permission. This coursefocuses on the understanding, diagnosis, and repair of heavy duty brakesystems utilizing industry standards, techniques, and equipment.

DTEC 137       SUSPENSION AND STEERING SYSTEMS     (4 Credits)
Corequisite: DTEC 127 and DTEC 137, or instructor permission. This coursefocuses on the understanding, diagnosis, and repair of suspension andsteering system utilizing industry standards, techniques, and equipment.

DTEC 216       ADVANCED ELECTRONIC/FUEL SYSTEMS     (4 Credits)
Corequisite: DTEC 217 and DTEC 220, or instructor permission. This coursefocuses on the understanding, diagnosis, and repair of fuel and ignitioncomputerized components across the broad spectrum of the heavy dutyindustry utilizing industry standards, techniques, and equipment.

DTEC 217       HEATING , VENT., AIR COND. AND COOLING SYSTEMS     (4 Credits)
Corequisite: DTEC 216 and DTEC 220, or instructor permission. This coursefocuses on the principles and repair of heating, ventilation, air conditioning,and cooling systems utilizing industry standards, techniques, andequipment.

DTEC 220       DRIVE TRAIN SYSTEM     (6 Credits)
Corequisite: DTEC 216 and DTEC 217, or instructor permission. This coursefocuses on the understanding, diagnosis and repair of drive train systemsacross the broad spectrum of the heavy duty industry utilizing industrystandards, techniques, and equipment.

DTEC 266       SHOP PRACTICES/WELDING     (4 Credits)
Corequisite: DTEC 267 and DTEC 296 or instructor permission. This coursefocuses on shop practices such as repair order writing, customer relation,business practices, and welding techniques.

DTE C 267       ENGINE DIAG/REPAIR     (6 Credits)
Corequisite: DTEC 266 and DTEC 296, or instructor permission. This coursefocuses on the understanding, diagnosis and repair of diesel enginesystems across the broad spectrum of the heavy duty industry utilizingindustry standards, techniques, and equipment.