Diesel Technology - John Deere Ag-Tech Concentration (ASCT)
Associate of Science Career/Tech
Careers and Employment:
- Career and Employer Relations
- Diesel Service and Maintenance, Gainful Employment Disclosure
About This Degree
John Deere and Diesel
Why Choose the John Deere or Diesel Truck Program and Vincennes University?
With an associate degree in Applied Science, you will have the credentials to do what you have always dreamed about, the opportunity to make a good living and the personal satisfaction of performing quality skilled work with your hands.
Diesel Technology has changed tremendously since your parents were your age. Today's technician not only needs formal training in the latest diagnostic equipment, but must also possess good reading and math skills in order to follow detailed service manuals and work with computer-based software.
The two year Diesel Technology Program is designed to advance the technical skills of new service technicians. The program allows graduates to excel in today's high-tech, fast paced workforce.
The John Deere sponsored program emphasizes both technical and general education. In the classroom you will study how to solve problems, communicate, diagnose and repair. Then you'll roll up your sleeves for some intense hands-on-training where you will be challenged to test your knowledge on different types of John Deere equipment using the latest technical information, special tools and diagnostic equipment.
We're committed to your success
Top companies offer the highest pay to applicants with a college degree. At Vincennes University you'll receive training from instructors who are fully certified and are committed to helping you prepare for your future as a skilled diesel technician. Summer internships are available for your continued study.
What you will study
- Engine rebuild
- Diesel fuel systems
- Hydraulic systems
- Drive trains
- Diesel electric/electronic systems
- Heating and air conditioning
- Steering and suspension
- Safety and shop fundamentals
*NOTE: Some program courses are held off campus. Students enrolled in this program must be able to provide their own transportation to class location.