Caterpillar Technician

Contact the Program Director

Steve Skroch

Residential Faculty - Program Director - Automotive Technology

480-461-7380

Office: TC 50 - Room: 229

This program is part of the Applied Sciences and Technology Department.

Caterpillar Technician

Interested in a great career working on diesel-powered vehicles and engines? Begin earning an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Caterpillar Technician Training at Mesa Community College and, in less than two years, you could be working an in-demand job for the legendary big equipment company as a fully credentialed Caterpillar Dealer Service Technician.

Caterpillar - ThinkBIG About Your FutureMCC is the only Arizona college partnering in the ThinkBIG training program with Caterpillar and local CAT dealer Empire Southwest. Through hands-on training and internships, you’ll study how to use advanced technology to service and repair Caterpillar machines and equipment. Gain knowledge in electronically-controlled engines, sophisticated computer-based diagnosis and state-of-the-art hydraulics and transmissions, as well as other high-demand skills. The program combines general education curriculum, specialized technological coursework and practical experience.

Career Profile

Why Become a Caterpillar Technician?

  • Named one of America's Best Employers 1
  • Among America's Top Public Companies 1
  • Job growth predicted through 2024 2
  • More than 170 Caterpillar dealerships worldwide 3


1 Forbes magazine May 2017
2 Bureau of Labor Statistics
3 Caterpillar 2017

 

Available Associate Degree

A list of available degrees and certificates offered in the Caterpillar Technician program
Degree / Certificate Type Title Courses
Associate in Applied Science AAS Caterpillar Technician Training Course List

How to Get Started

Admission into the ThinkBIG program is competitive. Interviews are held annually between January and March, with classes starting in August. Find out how MCC can help prepare you to qualify for the ThinkBIG program by contacting the MCC program director at steve.skroch@mesacc.edu.