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Medium/Heavy Truck Drivetrain Technician (BP) Diploma

Semester Sequence

Offered at Brooklyn Park Only

First Semester

Course NumberCourse TitleCourse Credits
MHTT1210Clutch and Driveline

3

MHTT1331Internship/Industry Partnership III

6

MHTT1410Transmission Technologies

3

MHTT1420Drive Axles

3

General Education Electives

2

Total Credits  17

Second Semester

Course NumberCourse TitleCourse Credits
MHTT1401Diesel Engine II

3

MHTT1431Internship/Industry Partnership IV

6

MHTT1501Diesel Engine III

3

MHTT1512Diesel Engine IV

4

General Education Electives

2

Total Credits  18

Summer Semester

Course NumberCourse TitleCourse Credits
MHTT1532Internship/Industry Partnership V

9

Total Credits  9

General Education Electives

If a General Education course is required it may not be used as a General Education elective.

Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) may also be used to meet General Education Elective requirements. 

A complete list of MnTC courses can be found at www.hennepintech.edu.

Course NumberCourse TitleCourse Credits
CCDS1000College Success Seminar

1

CCDS1005Effective Study Skills

1

CCDS1010Money Matters

1

CCDS1020Interviewing Skills

1

CCDS1040Job Seeking Skills

2

CCDS1100Student Success

3

CCDS1600Practical Leadership

2

COMM1050Communication in the Workplace

2

COMM1060Career Portfolio

3

CPLT1000Computer Keyboarding

2

CPLT1005Advanced Keyboarding and Document Processing

3

CPLT1100Computer Essentials in the Digital World

3

CPLT1200Introduction to Macintosh

3

EMSV1020CPR/First Aid

1

ENGL1010Business English

3

ENGL1021Essay Fundamentals

3

ENGL1026Writing for Careers

3

MATH1007Math for the Trades

2

MATH1020Geometry and Trigonometry

2

MATH1050Math Pathways Plus for College and Careers

4

MATH1060Math Pathways for College and Careers

3

MATH1500Beginning Algebra

3

MATH1650Mathematical Literacy

4

MATH1700Intermediate Algebra

3

METS1000Computers in Manufacturing

3

PHYS1000Fundamentals of Physics

2

Choose a Total of:  4 credits 

Graduation (44 Credits)

Prerequisite: Student must graduate from the medium/Heavy Truck Maintenance Technician major or have two years of truck mechanic experience.

Students entering the Medium/Heavy Truck Technology program must be eligible to obtain a commercial drivers license and be able to pass a DOT (Department of Transportation) physical, drug screening, and background check as a condition of employment for the internship portion of the program.

Semester listings reflect the recommended sequence.  Due to circumstances beyond our control, the information herein is subject to change without notice


6/12/2018 : BP 5206 / EP