VU – Diesel Technology

VU Advisor: Larry Stremming    Email:   Office Phone: 812-888-6242

VU Diesel Technology Website

Additional Course and Program Information

DOE Code: 5620

Program Description:  Diesel Technology has changed tremendously since your parents were your age. Today’s technician not only needs formal training in the latest diagnostic equipment, but must also possess good reading and math skills in order to follow detailed service manuals and work with computer-based software.

The two year Diesel Technology Program is designed to advance the technical skills of new service technicians. The program allows graduates to excel in today’s high-tech, fast paced workforce.

Grade Level:  12th

Length of Program: 1 year (Senior Year Only) 1/2 of the day.  Afternoon classes only.

HS Credits per semester:  3                   HS Credits per year:  6

Fall Semester Courses:                                                                              Days/Times:
DESL 110 Transportation Electrical (3 Cr Hrs)                           MWF     1:00-1:50
DESL 110L  Transportation Electrical Lab (1 Cr Hr)                 MWF     2:00-2:50
DESL 140 Diesel Hydraulic Systems (2 Cr Hrs)                          TR            12:30-1:20
DESL 140L Diesel Hydraulic Systems Lab (2 Cr Hrs)               TR            1:30-4:20

*Course Fees: No Charge for Twin Rivers Students
VU Technology Fees: $20 Per Credit Hour

Spring Semester Courses:                                                                       Days/Times:  
DESL 160 Diesel Preventative Main (3 Cr Hrs)                           TR          12:30-1:50
DESL 160L Diesel Preventative Main Lab (1 Cr Hrs)               TR          2:00-3:20
DESL 240 Diesel Electronic Systems (3 Cr Hrs)                          MW      12:00-1:20
DESL 240L Diesel Electronic Systems Lab (2 Cr Hrs)              MW      1:30-4:20

*Course Fees: No Charge for Twin Rivers Students
VU Technology Fees: $20 Per Credit Hour

Tuition: Twin Rivers pays all CTE course tuition.  Student pays fees only.

Additional Information: Work uniform, textbooks and tools required.

Program tools required:  An entry-level tool set is required for all first year Diesel Technology students and will be provided by Vincennes University while the student is at Twin Rivers.  Student will be responsible for lost or broken tools while in the student’s possession.  The student may purchase these tools from any retailer they choose if they wish.  Click here for details on the entry level tool set.

*Fees are approximate and could vary from year to year.

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