This course is designed to study in detail the process of rebuilding a marine engine or its related major components. The student will choose and provide a major project(s) and rebuild it to the manufacturer's specifications. The student will have to provide the instructor with a list of project(s) and the time estimated for their completion. The instructor will need to approve the project(s) and will guide the student as to the feasibility of completion. The estimated hours of completion will equal 3 credit hours (96 hours of time). The instructor will offer guidance to assure the students success in completion of the project. Lab work will need to be completed during the open time of the marine lab. PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of the Marine Repair Technician program.

Pre-Requisites
Applied Communications
Math 373
Outboard Motors
Marine Electricity/Electronics
Marine Welding
Inboard Engines
Marine Diesel
Marine Engine Systems
Inboard Transmission Systems
Marine Engine Computer Control Systems
Outboard Gear Cases/Rigging
Sterndrive Systems
Introduction to Can-Bus Systems
Applied Math
Classes
  • Advanced Marine Engine Rebuilding (23322)
    Web-Enhanced
    Ashland
    1/20/2020 - 5/13/2020
    Days & Times: Mon, Tues, Wed: 8:30 AM - 12:50 PM
    Facility: 120 Marine Repair Ash
    Instructor: Todd Larson
    Tuition: $500.25
    Status: Closed
    Seats Available: N/A

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