Marine Specialist Program
WyoTech students receive high quality career training
Marine Specialist Program
WyoTech is now offering an exciting program that allows students to ratchet-up their knowledge and training for the Marine Industry to a whole new level.
If you think you'd enjoy a career working on marine engines, you should definitely check out the Marine Specialist Program. Courses in this program include a study of:
- Vessel Power Transmission
- Inboard Engine Propulsion Systems
- Diesel Engines, Power Generation and Marine Electronics
- Outboard Engine Propulsion Systems
The Marine Specialist Program will give you hands-on training in stern-drive and outboard mechanics, gasoline inboard engines, diesel engines and generator sets, powerheads, electrical systems, fuel systems, lubrication systems, stern-drive units, outboard motors, upper housing, and much more.
Graduates of our Marine Specialist Program may seek entry-level careers as a:
- Franchise Dealership Technician
- Marine Fleet Technician
- Engine Builder
- Aftermarket Parts Application/Development
Specialties in the Marine Specialist Core*
Students in the Marine Specialist Program can choose to specialize in the following:
Campuses that offer the Marine Specialist Core*
For information on graduation rates, the median debt of students who complete this program and more, choose a campus below to download:
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