PowerSports Technology

At M State, you can get industry-recognized training as a PowerSports technician in the heart of Minnesota lake country.



WDS iconM State has been providing industry-recognized technician training since 1967. The PowerSports Technology Associate of Applied Science degree (69 credits), diploma (60 credits) and certificate (30 credit) are offered on our Detroit Lakes campus, in the heart of the Minnesota lakes recreational area.

While you're enrolled in your program, you can earn industry certifications from manufacturers including Arctic Cat, Stihl, Honda, Polaris, Briggs and Yamaha. In addition, the campus Powersports Club promotes professional growth opportunities for students in the program.

PowerSports Technology's innovative flexible scheduling, modeled after industry training programs, makes it possible to tailor your college coursework to accommodate work and family commitments.

Our program is guided by an advisory board made up of local and regional industry members who review our curriculum, ensuring that students are learning the skills needed by employers.

Here is what you'll learn

  • Service, repair and maintenance of motorcycles, snowmobiles and ATVs
  • Industry's professional standards
  • Interpretation of service information
  • Safety practices and procedures


Visit our sponsorships site for information about the availability of sponsorships or scholarships to support students enrolled in this program.

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