This program is undergoing determination, students may not enroll in this program at this time.
The Gas and Diesel Technology certificate is designed to provide training and employment opportunities in the broad field of mechanized agriculture. The scope of the curriculum includes both academic and skills-based courses which prepare students for the world of work. Program courses will expose students to a range of knowledge and skills related to the major components of agricultural powered machinery.
Students will be able to:
Careers: Maintenance Mechanic, General Maintenance Mechanic, Technician’s Helper, Mechanic, Tractor Mechanic, Agricultural Mechanic, Farm Equipment Mechanic, Service Mechanic, Shop Mechanic, Harvester Mechanic
More career info: Farm Equipment Mechanics, Helpers-Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers
Program Costs for 2011-12:
Tuition/Fees: $3,082.50 In-District; $4,245 Out-of-District; $5,655 WUE; $9,135 Out-of-State; $7,057.50 Canadian Exchange
On-Campus Room/Board: $3,500
Other: Course Fees $110
Job placement rates: Not available as these are not required by the state of Montana or the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
To protect student privacy, data on completion rates and debt incurred is not provided for those programs that had less than 10 graduates.