Eric Wilmot, Department Chair and Program Coordinator
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Motorcycle and power sports technology is a two-year AOS degree program that prepares students for careers as motorcycle / power sports / small engine technicians. This program incorporates a progressively challenging format and hands-on laboratories using full-size functioning vehicles. Training will include all aspects of motorcycle and small vehicle repair, including the diagnosis and repair of gasoline and diesel engines, transmissions, electrical/electronic systems, brake systems, steering systems, and suspension systems.
Graduates of the program will be able to:
Graduates may enter directly into the technology management BBA degree program. Graduates who have credit for freshman composition, statistics, literature, history, and speech may complete the BBA program in two additional years; others may complete the BBA program in two-and-one-half years.
Employment and continuing education rate of 75 percent – 75 percent are employed.
New York State:
|SOC Code||Title||Employment||Annual Wages
|49-3503||Outdoor Power Equipment
and Other Small Engine Mechanics
A list of required tools, equipment, PPE, etc. for all of the programs mentioned above can be found at http://www.alfredstate.edu/admissions/accepted-students/required-tools-supplies.
A tier 1 laptop computer is required for students entering this degree program. Laptop specifications are available at www.alfredstate.edu/required-laptops.
Applicants in the motorcycle and power sports technology program must meet the following physical requirements:
The New York State vehicle inspector exam is offered on campus.
TYPICAL FOUR-SEMESTER PROGRAM
|MOTO||1003||Intro to Shop Service Basics||3|
|MOTO||1005||Basic Electrical Systems||5|
|MOTO||1015||Welding & Fabrication||5|
|MOTO||2005||Starting & Charging Systems||5|
|MOTO||2013||Inspection & Preventative Mntn||3|
|MOTO||2015||Suspension & Steering Systems||5|
|MOTO||2035||Fuel & Ignition Systems||5|
|MOTO||3010||Adv Engines & Transmissions||10|
|MOTO||3023||Final Drive Systems||3|
|MOTO||3045||Adv Fuel and Exhaust Systems||5|
|MOTO||4055||Adv Chassis and Suspension||5|
A student must successfully complete all courses in the prescribed four-semester program and earn a minimum cumulative index of 2.0, which is equivalent to a “C” average.