Major Academic Plan for A.T.C. in On-Site Power Generation


A Major Academic Plan (MAP) illustrates one way to complete a degree in a recommended number of semesters. Below is an example of an efficient and recommended plan, but actual plans will vary by individual student needs.  Program requirements are based on Catalog Year.

MAP Grid
Course Subject and TitleCreditsMin Grade*Program Element**When OfferedPrerequisiteCo Requisite
First Semester
GE Objective 2: COMM 1101 3  GE   
DESL 0101 Safety and Introduction to Shop Practices 2 D- D  
DESL 0102 Introduction to Electrical 1 D- D  
DESL 0103 Electrical Systems 3 D- D  
DESL 0107 Basic Diesel Electrical Systems 2 D- D  
DESL 0125 Heavy Duty Power Trains 8 D- D  
Semester Total19
Second Semester
GE Objective 6: TGE 1150 3  GE   
DESL 0109 Cab Climate Control 2 D- D  
DESL 0113 Diesel Engine Fuel Systems 2 D- D  
DESL 0217 Advanced Engine Electronics Systems 4 D- D DESL 0101 and DESL 0107.DESL 0109, DESL 0113, DESL 0125, DESL 0184, DESL 0186, DESL 0190
DESL 0184 Diesel Engine Technology 5 D- D  
DESL 0186 Diesel Engine Electrical Systems 2 D- DDESL 0101DESL 0184 and DESL 0190.
DESL 0190 Diesel Engine Emission Systems 1 D- D DESL 0101. 
Semester Total19
Third Semester
DESL 0115 Diesel Hydraulics I 2   D  
DESL 0215 Advanced Hydraulics 6 D- D DESL 0101 and DESL 0115.DESL 0107
DESL 0231 Live Work Capstone Class
or DESL 0232 Internship Capstone Class
8 D- D  
TGE 0158: Employment Strategies 2 D-    
Semester Total18
Fourth Semester
DESL 0241 On Site Power Generation I 8 D- D  
DESL 0243 On Site Power Generation II 8 D- D  
Semester Total16