Drive your future with an associate degree in diesel service technology.
Interested in a career in medium and heavy duty truck service and repair? The Auto/Diesel Institute of Michigan was conceived and built to elevate technical training beyond anything previously available in the Midwest. As a student in our diesel service technology program, you’ll be taught by master technicians who will prepare you to take seven ASE certification exams and become a Master Certified Diesel Technician.
- Learn diesel engine theory, engine diagnostics, transmissions, brakes, preventive maintenance, and more.
- Train in a state-of-the-art, 43,000-square-foot facility outfitted with the same tools and equipment that professionals use on the job.
- Get hands-on instruction from experienced ASE-certified professionals in small classes that allow you the attention you deserve.
Of our graduates are employed or continuing their education
Why study diesel service technology?
Qualified diesel service technicians are some of the most sought-after professionals in their industry. These in-demand experts are responsible for inspecting, maintaining, repairing, and overhauling buses, trucks, and other vehicles with a diesel engine. Their work is varied; they may work on a vehicle’s electrical system, make major engine repairs, or do routine maintenance. Continuing advances in diesel technologies to improve performance have made it essential to have up-to-date training and skills.
ADI has a master accreditation from the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) for Diesel Service Technology. Our diesel service technology degree program will prepare you to excel on specialty and master mechanic exams in six ASE certification areas:
- T2 - Diesel Engines
- T3 - Drive Train
- T4 - Brakes
- T5 - Suspension and Steering
- T6 - Electrical / Electronic Systems
- T7 - Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
- T8 - Preventive Maintenance and Inspection (PMI)
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ADI’s diesel service technology degree program is a two-year program consisting of 60 credit hours (45 hours of major courses and 15 hours of general education requirements). Our curriculum includes diesel electrical/electronic systems, performance diagnostics and systems maintenance, and hydraulic systems and repair.
To graduate, students must complete all courses with 85% attendance or higher and must earn a C or better in Diesel Electrical/Electronic Systems I. Additionally, students in this program will be required to take ASE tests T2, T3,T4, T5, T6, T7, and T8. The Diesel Service Technology degree program also includes a 60- to 120-hour paid/unpaid work experience requirement.
The Diesel Service Technology degree program is accredited by the ASE Education Foundation, 1503 Edwards Ferry Road NE, Suite 401, Leesburg, VA 20176.
This program is offered in-person on our campus in Owosso. Our students come from Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and many other surrounding states.
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