MMP Equipment Service Tech

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Gain a broad range of high-demand technical skills while working on models of equipment serviced in the power equipment, marine and motorcycle industries. Learn to maintain, troubleshoot and repair power equipment from marine engines to motorcycles. Students have the option to specialize in one or more areas after completing basic instruction.

Any developmental coursework a student may be required to complete may increase the program length.

Transportation Department

The demand is high for competent and skilled technicians in the transportation industry, and numerous employment opportunities await the students who successfully complete any of eleven certificate or degree programs offered through LWTech's Transportation Department. Students receive the highest caliber of training and instruction in an environment that provides a unique opportunity to learn state of the art skills. Instructors are passionate in their desire to see that their students become equipped with the tools necessary to compete for the best paying jobs in their field of learning.

The student who has successfully completed either the requirements for a certificate or a degree can expect employment opportunities to come looking for them. LWTech is widely recognized as an institution that gives its students an edge, having received their training with the most sophisticated and state of the art training methods available and from instructors who strive to insure that all of their students succeed.

Admission Requirements

Program Costs

Degrees and Certificates

Credits

Estimated
Length*

Admission

Academic
Plan

Motorcycle,  Marine & Power Equipment Service Tech AAS

107

6
quarters

Fall, Winter,
Spring, Summer

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Harley Davidson® Option AAS

113

6
quarters

Fall, Winter,
Spring, Summer

PDF

Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equipment Service Tech
Certificate of Proficiency

78

4
quarters

Fall, Winter,
Spring

PDF

*Program length is estimated. See your counselor or adviser.

Gainful Employment Disclosure

Regulations published in the Federal Register on October 29, 2010, require institutions to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible educational programs that lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation (GE programs). Those regulations also provide that institutions must disclose to prospective students certain information about the institution's GE Programs.