Marine Specialist - Advanced Marine Concentration
Advanced Marine Concentration Overview
The Marine Specialist program has added an Advanced Marine concentration to build on the core program of watercraft engines and vessels. This concentration will introduce the student to more advanced recreational marine vessel support systems, including installation and troubleshooting of fuel, electrical and other systems, as well as understanding engine computers and related software commonly used.
Students will study the following courses::
- Advanced Diesel and Power Generation - This course introduces the student to advanced installation and troubleshooting of recreational marine vessel support systems, including power generation and supply systems, marine electronics and data transfer buses. Computer and software usage as it pertains to engine interface, control area network, parts research and service manual usage will be discussed and performed throughout the course.
- Advanced EFI and Canbus Systems - This course introduces the student to advanced installation and troubleshooting of recreational marine vessel support systems, including electronic fuel injection, marine electronics and data transfer buses. Computer and software usage as it pertains to engine interface, control area network, parts research and service manual usage will be discussed and performed throughout the course.
Campuses that offer Advanced Marine Concentration
Other Specialties in the Marine Specialist Core*
* Not all courses and specialties offered at all locations.
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