Marine Engine Technology
and
PowerSports Technology

Learn like the pros in self-paced courses modeled after industry training programs.

As a student in Marine Engine Technology or PowerSports Technology, you'll learn through videos, literature, lectures and short quizzes on your laptop, tablet or smartphone. When you're ready, make an appointment with an instructor to come to campus to demonstrate the skills you've mastered.

If you prefer a more traditional program, you can take your courses on campus.

Students in the programs use current industry standards and technologies and learn the skills demanded by local and national employers. You'll work on big-name brands including Arctic Cat, Mercury, Polaris, Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Evinrude and Ski-Doo.

Marine Engine Technology

Required credits: 60
Program length: Two years
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PowerSports Technology

Required credits: 60
Program length: Two years
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Marine Engine Technology Program Video


PowerSports Technology Program Video



Detroit Lakes

Our Detroit Lakes campus offers a broad array of career programs that provide hands-on preparation for growing market demands in Minnesota lakes country and throughout the region. In all our programs, our low faculty-to-student ratios provide you with the opportunity for one-on-one attention from instructors, while exceptional student support services help you achieve academic success. Start here, go anywhere!

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Testimonials

Kyle Perkerwicz

The great training that I received by going through the Marine Engine Technology program in Detroit Lakes helped me get a great job with great pay working on Mastercraft ski boats.

Luke Rodriguez

Check out Luke's full story on page 11 of the fall 2016 M State magazine.