Maybe it’s moving and pulling heavy objects, figuring out how a single machine can move so much material from the Earth, or just the thrill of diagnosing, operating, and repairing something bigger than life. Diesel, truck, equipment, and related careers are on the move in today’s economy. Diesel technicians no longer just work on dirty, dark, and dangerous machines. Today’s technicians and operators work in clean, well-lit shops or outdoors with a piece of equipment on-site. They work with GPS, scan tools, electronics, hydraulics, and pneumatics.
Minnesota State has 25 colleges with transportation related program pathways. Below is the list of colleges that support these career pathways. Expand each one to see what each college offers!