WyoTech

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470 Destination Daytona Lane
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
 
WyoTech
 

Watercraft and Marine Programs

The marine recreational vessel industry is constantly changing. Marine recreational vessels are more complex due to emerging new technologies. The Marine Technology Program is designed to enable the graduate to enter the marine repair industry as an entry-level technician, able to maintain and repair modern marine recreational vessels. The program focuses on propulsion systems including inboard engines, both gas and diesel, and inboard and stern drive systems. The program also covers outboard marine engines and other systems including personal watercraft, electrical, electronics and mechanical systems found on modern marine recreational vessels.

Upon successful completion of all program requirements, students will be awarded a diploma.

MR 201 Vessel Power Transmission Systems 18 Credit Hours
This course introduces the student the operation and repair of inboard and stern drive propulsion systems, jet pumps marine plumbing systems and boat handling and storage procedures. Marine dealer operations will include the use of computer software to write service work orders and to perform repair parts research and ordering. Prerequisite: None. Lecture hours: 125. Lab hours: 125.

MR 202 Inboard Engine Propulsion Systems 18 Credit Hours
This course introduces the student to the operation and maintenance of marine gasoline inboard engines. All aspects of engine operations, maintenance and repair will be covered including electronic fuel injection and engine management systems. Computer and software usage as it pertains to engine interface, parts research and service manual usage will be discussed and performed throughout the course. Prerequisite: None. Lecture hours: 125. Lab hours: 125.

MR 203 Diesel Engine, Power Generation and Marine Electronics 18 Credit Hours
This course introduces the student to the operation and maintenance of marine diesel engines, power generation and supply systems and marine electronics. Diesel engine servicing and maintenance will be covered including electronically controlled diesel propulsion systems. Computer and software usage as it pertains to engine interface, parts research and service manual usage will be discussed and performed
throughout the course. Prerequisite: None. Lecture hours: 125. Lab hours: 125.

MR 204 Outboard Engine Propulsion Systems 18 Credit Hours
This course introduces the student to the operation and maintenance of marine outboard and personal watercraft engines. Outboard engine technology will focus on engine operation, engine servicing, fuel systems operation including fuel injection, and electronic ignition systems. Rigging outboard engines will include steering, engine control and monitoring equipment and engine mounting. Computer and software usage as it pertains to engine interface, parts research and service manual usage will be discussed and performed throughout the course. Prerequisite: None. Lecture hours: 125. Lab hours: 125.

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WyoTech | 470 Destination Daytona Lane Ormond Beach, FL 32174 | 386x-255x-0295
 
 
 
 
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