The Technical Certificate in the Power Sports Program prepares the individual to obtain marketable Power Sports skills. It is designed to give students a working knowledge in the expanding field of Power Sports service and repair. Students will be trained in the repairing and maintenance of recreational vehicles, some small engines and small marine equipment. Students completing this course should be qualified to find employment in the field of Power Sports.
The fourth digit in the course number indicates the number of credit hours.
Requirements - 30 hours
|PST||1003||Power Sports Drive Trains||Power Sports Technology|
|PST||1013||Power Sports Four-Cycle Engines||Power Sports Technology|
|PST||1023||Power Sports Fuel Systems||Power Sports Technology|
|PST||1033||Power Sports Electrical Systems||Power Sports Technology|
|PST||1043||Power Sports Frames, Suspensions, and Brakes||Power Sports Technology|
|PST||1053||Power Sports Maintenance||Power Sports Technology|
|PST||1063||Power Sports Marine||Power Sports Technology|
|PST||1073||Power Sports Two-Cycle & Electrical Engines||Power Sports Technology|
|MATH||1013||Technical Mathematics A, B, C, D, E, J, M and V||Mathematics|
|Students may take a MATH course higher than MATH 1013.|
|Choose one course below.|
|COM||1003||Career Communications||Career Communications|
|ENG||1003||Freshman English I||English|