Students will learn technical and business aspects of operating a small engine repair business and technical theory covering design characteristics of different types of compact power units for lawn and garden, recreational vehicle, and commercial and industrial applications. Laboratory classes simulate repair shop conditions. Students are responsible for scheduling, servicing, performing repairs of equipment for the college community. A basic set of tools is required.
Prerequisite: AGEN 100 and AGEN 110 or DTEC 150
3 credits (2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory hours), spring semester