Southwest Mississippi Community College has issued a
Boil Water Alert Notice for the campus-wide water system.
This alert is effective February 20, 2018 and will continue until further notice.

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Southwest Mississippi Community College has issued a
Boil Water Alert Notice for the campus-wide water system.
This alert is effective February 20, 2018 and will continue until further notice.

Click for more information

Southwest Mississippi Community College has issued
a Boil Water Alert Notice for the campus-wide water
system. This alert is effective February 20, 2018
and will continue until further notice.

Click for more information

Southwest Mississippi Community College has issued a Boil Water Alert Notice for the campus-wide water system. This alert is effective February 20, 2018 and will continue until further notice.

Diesel Equipment Technology

Advisor: Bennett

The Diesel EquipmentTechnology Program is an instructional program that provides students with competencies required to maintain and repair a variety of industrial diesel equipment, including agricultural tractors, commercial trucks, and construction equipment. The program includes instruction in inspection, repair, and maintenance of engines, power trains, hydraulic systems, and other components.

The Diesel Equipment Technology Program is an articulated two-year certificate or technical program designed to provide advanced skills to its students. An Associate of Science degree is awarded upon successful completion of the two year program and a certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the first year. The curriculum for Diesel Equipment Technology is based upon the ASE Certification for Medium/Heavy Truck Technician Training Programs.

Program Costs

Tuition and Fees*: $ 1,145.00 (2)
Room and Board*:     1,490.00 (2)
Books:       500.00
Tool Kit:    2,000.00

*Fee charged per semester

Career Information

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be qualified for, but not limited to, the following careers:

Gainful Employment

  • Diesel Equipment Technology

Graduate Information

Year Completed Placed
2010-11 67% 50%
2011-12 100% 100%
2012-13 100% 67%
2013-14 100% 50%
2014-15 100% 50%