Degree, Certificate or Diploma
1,273 Jobs (2020
-0.2% Change from 2020-2025
Data is from the Omaha Metropolitans Area, and the seven counties in Southwest Iowa that Iowa Western serves
What will you do
The Diesel Mechanics program is designed to place students into the work force upon completion of this ten-month diploma. This program trains students with basic diesel skills and prepares them to enter the job market in many diesel related fields. Students who wish to earn a degree and qualify for more advanced positions should major in the Diesel Technology program to earn an Associate of Applied Science degree.
- Entry: $17.83
- Average: $22.58
- Experienced: $34.79
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DSL 324 - Introduction to Diesel
DSL 144 - Electrical Systems
DSL 846 - Diesel Lab I
DSL 654 - Hydraulic/Air Brakes
DSL 674 - Chassis/Driveline
DSL 856 - Diesel Lab II
ENG 110 - Writing For The Workplace
DSL 742 - Air Conditioning/Refrigeration
DSL 829 - Preventative Maintenance
DSL 863 - Diesel Lab III
DSL 837 - Commercial Driver's License and Tools
Total Semester Hours Required: 42.5
Upon the successful completion of the program students will:
- Explain electrical and electronic terminology.
- Identify engine components and systems using the proper terminology and explain their function.
- Idendtify hydraulic and pneumatic system components.
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