Diesel Technology

The Diesel Technology industry is a rapidly growing industry which is requiring a growing number of qualified technicians. The Diesel Technology student will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for the repair of diesel engines, electrical and electronic control systems, hydraulic systems, air brakes, suspension, steering, and transmissions through a combination of lecture and lab work, to include troubleshooting and diagnostic procedures.

Associate Degree

Diesel Technology (AAS-DISL)



Diesel Technology (CT1-DISL)

Cost of Program

Tuition & fees: $5,124.00
Books & supplies: $2,845.00
On-Campus Room & Board:Not Offered

Length of Program

Intended time to complete:18 Months
% of graduates who completed on time: 47%


Jobs related to this program:
• Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists (49-3031.00) O*NET


Median debt from federal loans: N/A
Median debt from private educational loans: $4,000.00
Median debt from institution financing plan:N/A

Job Placement

% Job Placement of Graduates 66%

Staff Faculty

Name E-mail Phone Location
Angulo, Gerardo jangulo 956-683-2710 TECH B307
Solis, Leslie lsolis17 956-872-6258 TECH B241
Hernandez, Nancy nherna30 956-872-2708 TECH B302
Name E-mail Phone Location
CULBERTSON, IAN iculbertson 956-872-6161 TECH PB5B
ESCAMILLA, ADAM alescamilla 956-872-2761 TECH PB5B
NINO, MANUEL mino 956-872-2704 TECH B304
SCOVILLE, PAUL pauls 956-872-2709 TECH B304

Please contact the department for information about Adjunct Faculty