Motorcycle Technology - Asian Concentration
Asian Concentration Overview
The Asian Motorcycle Technology program is designed to provide students with a technical skill set and applied logical diagnostics approach to diagnose, service, and repair modern motorcycles. Students, after completion of their core training then proceed into the Asian concentration. The core training areas, coupled with a student selected area of specialty, prepares the graduate for employment as an entry level motorcycle technician.
Core classes include:
- Asian Honda
- Asian Kawasaki
- Asian Suzuki
- Asian Yamaha
This concentration will allow the student to build upon the knowledge and skills of the core and to apply them to the diagnosis, service, and repair of Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha motorcycles.
Employment opportunities that call for the knowledge presented in this program are:
- entry-level positions with dealerships
- specialty shops
- performance oriented businesses.
Other Specialties in the Motorcycle Technology Core*
- Harley-Davidson Concentration
- European Concentration
- Off-Road Power Concentration
- Applied Service Management
Campuses that offer the Motorcycle Technology Core
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* Not all courses and specialties offered at all locations.
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