Sport Bike Motorcycle Technology Diploma Programs in Houston

There is only one school approximately 160 miles from Houston that has a sport bike motorcycle technology program. Read an overview of this school's program, and get statistical information about the school to find out if it is right for you.

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Houston Schools with Sport Bike Motorcycle Technology Diploma Programs

There are currently no institutions of higher learning that offer motorcycle or sport bike technology programs within the city limits of Houston; however, students interested in studying this field can enroll in a program at a college located more than 150 miles from the city.

Learn details about this community college and its relevant program in motorcycle repair. Get curricula and internship details regarding this program. Find more information about this school in the table in the next section.

  • Austin Community College, found about 160 miles to the west of downtown Houston, provides a certificate program addressing motorcycle technology, repair and systems.

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School Facts: At a Glance

When choosing a program, it is best to examine all information regarding a school to determine if it fits your needs. Read below to get an idea of this school's population, annual tuition, graduation rates and financial aid availability.

Austin Community College
School Type 2-year, public
Total Enrollment (2017)* 40,803
Campus Setting Large city
Undergraduate Tuition (2017-2018)* $2,550 (in-district)*
$10,890 (in-state)
$13,080 (out-of-state)
% of First-Time Students Receiving Some Form of Financial Aid (2016-2017)* 60%
Acceptance Rate (2017)* N/A - open admission policy
Retention Rate (2017)* 58% for full-time students
Undergraduate Graduation Rate (For Students Who Began in 2014)* 11%

Source: *NCES College Navigator

Austin Community College

Austin Community College is a 2-year, public school that provides both general education and vocational associate's degree and certificate programs in more than 180 different fields of study. More than 40,000 students attend the school on an annual basis, and they have access to more than 1,000 full-time and part-time faculty and staff members. The college offers a motorcycle repair certificate program within its Automotive Technology and Outdoor Power Equipment Department.

Motorcycle Repair Certificate

The certificate program in motorcycle repair offered at Austin Community College provides students with the technical skills and training necessary to maintain and repair motorcycles and sports bikes. Motorcycle chassis mounted equipment is emphasized in this program, including drive chains, transmissions, brakes, clutches, wheels and tires.

Students enrolled in the power mechanics technology training certificate program learn about the operations of electrical systems, 2- and 4-cycle motorcycle engines and hydraulics. They also spend hands-on laboratory time learning how to analyze and diagnose failed engines and perform tune-ups on motorcycles.

The motorcycle repair certificate program consists of seven classes and one practicum divided up among three semesters. The courses cover:

  • Motorcycle tune ups
  • Motorcycle service principles
  • Motorcycle electrical systems
  • Motorcycle 4-stroke engines and transmissions
  • Motorcycle chassis and drive systems
  • Shop safety and procedures
  • Special topics in motorcycle repair

After finishing the coursework, students complete a practical internship in motorcycle maintenance and repair. This experience offers students hands-on, supervised work experience, which can help them find employment after graduation. Students who complete the program have the skills and training necessary to gain an entry-level position as a motorcycle repair technician.

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