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Marine Repair Technology (MAR)

MAR 1223 - Fiberglass

This is a course of study in the use and repair of structural fiberglass as applied to the marine industry. Students will study the history of fiberglass usage in the marine industry, molding and repair techniques, and the different types of resins and glass. Spring.
Units: 3
Offered: Spring Semesters
Area: Technical

MAR 1303 - 2 & 4 Cycle Theory

This class covers the theory of operation of both 2 cycle and 4 cycle engines and their application to the marine industry. Items covered in this class will be engine identification and parts look up, history of the outboard motor, stern drive and inboard application, parts identification for both outboard and stern drive. Also covered will be basic theory of fuel delivery, ignition, and drive systems. Practical application lab required. Co requisite: MAR 1303 2 & 4 Cycle Lab. Fall.
Units: 3
Offered: Fall Semesters
Area: Technical

MAR 1313 - 2 & 4 Cycle Lab

Practical application lab for 2 and 4 cycle theory class. Students will have hands on training in disassembly of 2 and 4 cycle engines. Co requisites: MAR 1303 2 & 4 Cycle Theory. Fall.
Units: 3
Offered:
Area: Technical

MAR 1504 - Electrical Systems I

This course is a basic study of electricity and electrical systems as applied to the marine industry. Areas of study will be AC and DC electricity, ignition systems, starting and charging systems, and boat electrical systems and wiring. Fall.
Units: 4
Offered: Fall Semesters
Area: Technical

MAR 1524 - Electrical Systems II

This course is a continuing study of the fundamentals of basic electricity and magnetism in marine engines. Course covers various types of manual and electrical starters, circuitry, charging and circuits, batteries, motor starting, ignition systems, and magnets. Prerequisite: MAR 1504 Electrical Systems I. Spring.
Units: 4
Offered: Spring Semesters
Area: Technical

MAR 1603 - Off Season Boat Maintenance

This course covers basic theory of operation, general maintenance of boat and engine systems and cleaning trailer maintenance and off season storage. Fall.
Units: 3
Offered: Fall Semesters
Area: Technical

MAR 1604 - Major Overhaul

This course covers the disassembling, repair and reassembly of power heads, lower units and out drives. It includes inspection testing and service of the power and drive components of marine engines. Safety is emphasized. Co requisite: MAR 1602 Major Overhaul Lab. Spring.
Units: 4
Offered: Spring Semesters
Area: Technical

MAR 1613 - Major Overhaul Lab

This course includes Practical lab for major overhaul class. Student will have hands on training in overhaul of outboard engines and gear cases as well as stern drive units and transom assemblies. Co-requisite: MAR 1604 Major Overhaul. Spring.
Units: 3
Offered: Spring Semesters
Area: Technical

MAR 1703 - Service & Routine Maintenance

This course covers the service and maintenance of marine products, such as, oil changes, water pump service, off season storage, decommissioning, cleaning and interior care. Safety is emphasized. Fall.
Units: 3
Offered: Fall Semesters
Area: Technical

MAR 1903 - Fuel Systems

This class covers fuel systems as applied to the marine industry. Course of study will be outboard carburetion, outboard EFI and Direct Fuel Injection, Stern Drive Fuel Systems, Carburetion 2V and 4V, Throttle Body Injection and Multi Port Injection. Fall.
Units: 3
Offered: Fall Semesters
Area: Technical