Engineering/Manufacturing and Industrial Technology
Auburn Hills Campus
A heavy equipment repair technician is responsible for the efficient, timely, and proper repair on a variety of heavy-duty construction and road equipment. The technician must be knowledgeable in repair of all systems used in heavy equipment including diesel engines, fuel systems, powertrain, electronics, and hydraulics. The technician must be able to diagnose problems, plan repairs including required labor and parts, and then complete the repair. Repairs must be completed, with consideration to safety, MIOSHA, and environmental guidelines. A repair technician must be able to work with a minimum of supervision, as repairs may be made off-site. Attention to detail and a sense of responsibility are required. Students completing this certificate may choose to continue on to earn an Associate Degree.
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|AUT 1000||Automotive Fundamentals||4|
|AUT 1800||Automotive Air Conditioning & Heating Service||4|
|HER 1100||Service Writing and Equipment Orientation||6|
|HER 1120||Heavy Engine Rebuild Orientation||6|
|HER 1250||Heavy Equipment Electronics Orientation||5|
|HER 1300||Equipment Hydraulics Orientation||6|
|HER 1350||Diesel Fuel Systems Orientation||4|
|HER 1400||Equipment Powertrain Orientation||5|
|WEL 1111||Welding for the Non-Career Welder||3|
|Total Credit Hours||43|
A minimum cumulative 2.00 grade point average (GPA) overall is required for graduation.