Diesel & Power Generation majors

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Gain valuable practical skills needed to repair and maintain conventional and hybrid-powered engines and industrial equipment.

Diesel TechnologyPenn College's diesel technology program has given me a great foundation. From basic engine and power train principles to electronic troubleshooting and automatic transmissions rebuild, I've developed the skill set I need to work in industry. I've also been pleased with the opportunities I've had to develop industry relationships while still a student.

Steven Seguine, Diesel Technology

Training Materials
40 late-model diesel engines, 15 drive-axle carriers, 15 power-shift transmissions, 10 Allison transmissions, 30 mechanical transmissions, 12 refrigeration units, and 10 truck tractors
  • 40 late-model diesel engines, including a 2011 Caterpillar C9.3 engine
  • 15 drive-axle carriers
  • 15 power-shift transmission
  • 10 Allison transmissions
  • 30 mechanical transmissions
  • 12 refrigeration units
  • 10 truck tractors including Kenworth, Peterbuilt, Freightliner, International, and Mack
  • 2011 Freightliner with Tier 4 Emissions
  • 2011 Freightliner with an Eaton hybrid drive system
  • 650 horsepower Engine Dynamometer

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Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)

Diesel Technology

  • heavy-duty truck technician
  • field service and sales representative
  • service and warranty writer

On-Site Power Generation

  • power generation technician
  • industrial maintenance
  • sales representative


Diesel Technician

  • heavy duty truck technician for dealership
  • field service technician
  • assistant service manager

Related Majors

Applied Management
  • This major will lead students to advanced positions in their respective technical/professional areas
Automotive Technology Management
  • This major is structured to meet the needs of the automotive service, education/training, and manufacturing industries.
  • After completing an associate's degree or equivalent coursework, you have the opportunity to complete a Bachelor of Science degree on the Penn College campus or online via distance learning.

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