Curriculum & Outcomes

Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equipment Service Tech

Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equipment Service Tech

Associate of Applied Science Degree

107 Credits

Program Mission: The Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equipment Service Tech AAS degree provides students with a broad range of entry-level technical skills by working on representative models of equipment serviced in the motorcycle, marine and power equipment industries.

Students have some options of specializing in one or more areas after completion of basic instruction. Students will spend their first term of training in a transportation core curriculum. Cooperative work experience is available with instructor permission.

Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equipment Service Tech AAS degree graduates will:

  • Be prepared for a wide range of entry-level positions in their field
  • Be able to maintain, diagnose and repair the following systems: Electrical, Engine, Power Transmission, Chassis, Suspension, Brake, Induction/Exhaust and Engine Management with minimal supervision
  • Demonstrate critical thinking, teamwork, communication, intercultural appreciation ,and technical and information literacy skills
  • Meet Social Science, Humanities, Written Communication, and Quantitative Reasoning distribution area outcomes

It is the student's responsibility to discuss sequencing and work out their individual schedule with a counselor or advisor. Any developmental coursework a student may be required to complete may increase the program length.

ACADEMIC PLAN

Admission Dates: Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring

Program Requirements

TRAN 110 Computer Basics/TransportTrades 2
TRAN 112 Shop & Business Practices 5
TRAN 113 Basic Electrical Systems 4
TRAN 125 Mechanical Principles 5
MMPE 122 Electrical SystemApplications 6
MMPE 123 Charging Systems 6
MMPE 124 Ignition Systems 5
MMPE 134 Power TransmissionApplications 4
MMPE 135 Transaxles,Transmissions & Drive Systems 6
MMPE 137 Induction/Exhaust Systems 5
MMPE 213 Chassis, Suspension & Rigging 7
MMPE 214 Two and Four-Cycle Gas Engines 6
MMPE 215 Diesel Engines 2
MMPE 221 Advanced Electrical Applications 4
MMPE 223 Advanced Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equip Apps I 6
MMPE 231 Advanced Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equip App II 4
MMPE 232 Advanced Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equip App III 6
CWEX 197 Cooperative Work Experience or Technical Electives 4

Academic Core Requirements - 20 credits

Written Communication 5
Quantitative Reasoning 5
Social Science 5
Humanities 5
Total Program Credits107

 See Academic Core for a list of all applicable courses for each of the categories listed above.

Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equipment Service Tech

Harley-Davidson® Option 

Associate of Applied Science Degree

113 Credits

Program Mission: The Harley-Davidson® Option to the Motorcycle, Marine and Power Equipment Service Tech AAS degree uniquely positions successful graduates to enter Harley® dealerships in a variety of capacities. The intent of the program is to provide the types of pre-employment training that is currently only available as incumbent worker training in a Harley-Davidson® dealership and better prepare them for their initial employment.

The Harley-Davidson® Option to the Motorcycle, Marine and Power Equipment Service Tech AAS degree graduates will:

  • Be prepared for a wide range of entry-level positions in their field
  • Be able to maintain, diagnose and repair the following Harley-Davidson© Motorcycle systems: Electrical, Engine, Power Transmission, Chassis, Suspension, Brake, Induction/Exhaust and Engine Management
  • Demonstrate critical thinking, teamwork, communication, intercultural appreciation , and technical and information literacy skills
  • Meet Social Science, Humanities, Written Communication, and Quantitative Reasoning distribution area outcomes

It is the student's responsibility to discuss sequencing and work out their individual schedule with a counselor or advisor. Any developmental coursework a student may be required to complete may increase the program length.

ACADEMIC PLAN

Admission Dates: Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring

Program Requirements

TRAN 110 Computer Basics/TransportTrades 2
TRAN 112 Shop & Business Practices 5
TRAN 113 Basic Electrical Systems 4
TRAN 125 Mechanical Principles 5
MMPE 122 Electrical System Applications 6
MMPE 123 Charging Systems 6
MMPE 124 Ignition Systems 5
MMPE 134 Power Transmission Applications 4
MMPE 135 Transaxles, Transmissions & Drive Systems 6
MMPE 137 Induction/Exhaust Systems 5
MMPE 213 Chassis, Suspension & Rigging 7
MMPE 214 Two and Four-Cycle Gas Engines 6
MMPE 215 Diesel Engines 2
MOHD 221 Harley-Davidson® Electrical Diagnosis 6
MOHD 223 Intro to Harley-Davidson® Electronic Control Sys 3
MOHD 225 Harley-Davidson® Service Procedures 6
MOHD 231 Advanced Harley-Davidson® Electronic Control Sys 3
MOHD 233 Harley-Davidson® Chassis Service 6
MOHD 235 Harley-Davidson® Air-Cooled Powertrains 6

Academic Core Requirements - 20 credits

Written Communication 5
Quantitative Reasoning 5
Social Science 5
Humanities 5
Total Program Credits113

 

See Academic Core for a list of all applicable courses for each of the categories listed above.

Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equipment Service Tech

Certificate of Proficiency

78 Credits

The Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equipment Service Tech certificate provides students with a broad range of entry-level technical skills by working on representative models of equipment serviced in the motorcycle, marine and power equipment industries. Students have some options of specializing in one or more areas after completion of basic instruction. Students will spend their first term of training in a transportation core curriculum.

Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equipment Service Tech certificate graduates will:

  • Be prepared for a wide range of entry-level positions in their field
  • Be able to maintain, diagnose and repair the following systems: Electrical, Engine, Power Transmission, Chassis, Suspension, Brake, Induction/Exhaust and Engine Management with supervision
  • Demonstrate critical thinking, teamwork, communication, intercultural appreciation, and technical and information literacy skills

It is the student's responsibility to discuss sequencing and work out their individual schedule with a counselor or advisor. Any developmental coursework a student may be required to complete may increase the program length.

ACADEMIC PLAN

Admission Dates: Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring

Program Requirements

TRAN 110 Computer Basics/TransportTrades 2
TRAN 112 Shop & Business Practices 5
TRAN 113 Basic Electrical Systems 4
TRAN 125 Mechanical Principles 5
MMPE 122 Electrical SystemApplications 6
MMPE 123 Charging Systems 6
MMPE 124 Ignition Systems 5
MMPE 134 Power TransmissionApplications 4
MMPE 135 Transaxles, Transmissions & Drive Systems 6
MMPE 137 Induction/Exhaust Systems 5
MMPE 213 Chassis, Suspension &Rigging 7
MMPE 214 Two and Four-Cycle Gas Engines 6
MMPE 215 Diesel Engines 2

Academic Core Requirements - 15 credits

Written Communication 5
Quantitative Reasoning 5
Social Science 5
Total Program Credits78

See Academic Core for a list of all applicable courses for each of the categories listed above.