Motorcycle Technology Program
WyoTech students receive high quality career training
WyoTech's Motorcycle Technology program is designed to give you the specialized skills and knowledge you need for a career servicing and repairing today's modern bikes.
Whether you're interested in basic motorcycle repair or looking to hone your skills with a specific motorcycle brand or style, WyoTech offers the hands-on experience that can put your future on the fast track.
Students in our Motorcycle Technology program will take eight core courses, and then have the option to choose one of the following concentrations: Asian Motorcycles, European Motorcycles, or Harley-Davidson bikes.
- Suspension Systems
- Brake Systems
- Four Stroke Engines
- Two Stroke Engines
- Fundamentals of Electricity
- Electrical Systems
- Fuel Systems
Graduates of this program may find career opportunities in the following areas:
- Dealership Motorcycle Technician
- Specialty Shop Motorcycle Technician
- Performance Shop Technician
- Motorcycle Assembly
- Customer Service Representative
- Parts Representative
Specialties in the Motorcycle Technology Core*
Students in the Motorcycle Technology Program can choose to specialize in the following:
- Applied Service Management
- Asian Concentration
- European Concentration
- Harley-Davidson Concentration
- Off-Road Power Concentration
Campuses that offer the Motorcycle Technology 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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Matt D'AlmaWyoTech Graduate"WyoTech has all different types of engines that you can work on. It gives you balance. They teach you everything."
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