Bachelor of Applied Science—Diesel Technology (BAS-DT)
The BAS-DT program prepares graduates for careers in diesel technologies.
Graduates of the BAS-DT program learn technical skills and develop their ability to communicate effectively and collaborate with peers. This helps them earn jobs as entry-level technicians, managers, and/or progress to other senior positions.
The BAS-DT program is an additional two years of full-time study beyond a two-year associate degree.
• BAS-DT Ed Plan (pdf)
How to Apply
BAS-DT classes start every September.
Applications are typically due in February.
Download the BAS Application Packet (pdf) for dates and important details.
• Associate (two-year) degree or higher in diesel technology or diesel mechanics OR an equivalent degree and transcripts (approved by Centralia College program administration) from a regionally accredited college or university
• Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
The courses below must be completed before you can be awarded a bachelor's degree.
At least a 2.0 GPA in the following courses:
- English 101 (5 credits)
- Any college-level math that requires Math 99 as a prerequisite course (5 credits)
These courses may be completed during the bachelor's program (in addition to the required courses). Students who have completed the requirements at the time of application will receive preferred entrance consideration.
Tuition and Fees
The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) sets the tuition rate.
For the current year's tuition rate, see Tuition & Fees—Applied Baccalaureate Degree Program.
The cost of room and board would be additional.
There will be an additional lab fee for BAS-DT students.
For information on applying for financial aid, see Financial Aid.
The application period for BAS scholarships runs from Feb. 1–Mar. 15. Scholarship applicants must also complete the FAFSA.
Scholarships are awarded based on merit, and may be balanced against any financial aid grants.
2015-16 BAS Scholarship Application