Start driving your future in diesel service.

As a student in our Diesel Service Technology Associate’s Degree program, expert technicians will help you master diesel engine and heavy-duty truck repair and service in a state-of-the-art facility equipped with all of the most modern tools and resources. You will learn and discuss engine theory, operating principles, diagnosis and repair, and apply your knowledge and understanding in each of the ASE Medium and Heavy-Duty Truck areas, five of which will have been completed by the end of the Certificate portion of your program.

This program has a Master Accreditation from the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) for Diesel Service Technology and is led by an ASE-certified faculty. With your associate’s degree from the ADI, you will have prepared for all seven ASE Medium and Heavy Duty Truck areas to become a Master Certified Diesel Technician.

Along with completing the general education course requirements for the associate degree program, you will prepare and take the following ASE exams to become a Master Certified Technician:

  • T-3 Drive Trains
  • T-7 HVAC (Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning)

 

Academic Policies & Requirements 

Associate of Applied Science — Diesel Service Technology (105kb)

Career Facts

$45,170

Median Yearly Income

12%

Outlook 2014 - 2024

N/A

Median Salary for Executives

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We brought Mike in as an intern from ADI and during his internship, he really impressed us.  If we compare him to the other people we’ve seen come out of trade schools, he’s up in the top end of the class.

- Barry Woods Tri-County International/C&S Motors Service Manager
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