Interested in a high-tech career working on heavy duty trucks and agricultural and construction equipment?
Look no further. Set yourself apart with an AAS degree in diesel technologies. Our program combines classroom and hands-on learning experiences to train you on servicing, repairing and diagnosing diesel powered equipment.
- Get personalized assistance with enrollment, training and job placement.
- Learn from instructors who have experience working in the industry.
- Train on modern equipment in our state-of-the-art facility.
- Earn while you learn with two paid internships during your sophomore year.
LLCC offers the following program to successfully equip you for a career in diesel technology. Learn more about the program and its required courses:
Heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians had a median salary of $53,320 in 2020 according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The demand is strong for qualified technicians both locally and nationally with many companies offering tuition reimbursement and other incentives.
For the 2023-2024 academic year (fall 2023, spring 2024 and summer 2024), Diesel Technologies (DET), sections except 204 and 207, have a tuition rate of $205.50 per credit hour for in-district residents. All other classes in the program have a standard in-district rate of $137 per credit hour. Get more information on tuition and fees.
Estimated program costs:
- Tuition and fees: $11,936
- Books: $1,042
- Tools & supplies: $790*
- Exams: $80
*Tools required for internship. If not going to a dealer that supplies tools, add: $4,000.
Learn more about cost of attendance.
Information sessions are highly recommended for students interested in the diesel technologies program. Learn about high tech careers in the agricultural, construction and heavy truck equipment industries. Hear directly from employers about outstanding career opportunities. Learn about the application process from the program director. Get answers to any questions you may have about the industry and the Workforce Institute at LLCC.
The diesel technologies program is a full-time day program that starts in the fall semester.
- Submit the diesel technologies application.
- Complete any needed assessment tests.
- Meet with the program director for an informational tour.
- Submit high school transcripts.