MNT 101 Outboard Marine Engines I (3)
This course covers the history of the internal combustion engine and how it works,
how an outboard engine works, and the designs of two-stroke and four-stroke engines.
MNT 102 Lower Units (3)
This course covers the components of a drive system, including how power is transmitted
from the motor to the propeller and the service requirements of the lower unit.
MNT 103 Rigging (3)
This course covers the concepts involved in rigging a boat, including how to properly
mount an outboard engine and a basic understanding of data networks.
MNT 104 Marine Service Operations (4)
This course covers understanding and performing service items and intervals on outboard
engines, performing service, and troubleshooting and repair.
MNT 105 Marine Fuel & Lub Systems (3)
This course covers the functions and requirements of the fuel system, including service
requirements and the qualities and characteristics of various lubricants.
MNT 106 Marine System Elec Basics (2)
This course covers electricity and circuit types, including reading wiring diagrams
and performing electrical tests.
MNT 107 Marine Electrical Systems (2)
This course identifies different types of electrical systems and includes troubleshooting
electrical systems and circuit types.
MNT 108 Marine Sys Electrical Diagnost (3)
This course covers the components of the outboard ignition system, including the different
types of ignition systems and service requirements.
MNT 109 Propellers (2)
This course covers propellers and their applications, including how to choose the
proper propeller and how propulsion works.
MNT 110 Outboard Marine Engines II (4)
This course covers the functions of mounting bracket components; the different types
of trim and tilt units and repair; and corrosion, including corrosion prevention in
the marine environment.
MNT 120 Intro to Outboard Marine Syste (2)
This course covers the basics of marine motor types and their applications, including
measurements, materials, tools, and safety.
MNT 152 Lamination I (3)
This course covers the foundational areas of chemicals, gel coat, fiberglass applications,
techniques, and types of laminations in boat building.
MNT 153 Molds and Materials (3)
This course covers the steps of mold preparation, mold use, demolding, and cutting
MNT 154 Structural Integrity (4)
This course covers the design and functionality of molds and materials as it relates
to strength and durability in boat manufacturing. Foam, sealants, adhesives, stringers,
and capping competencies are emphasized.
MNT 162 Lamination II (3)
This course covers more intricate details of lamination from chemical reactions, environmental
variables, and troubleshooting as well as strengthening gel coat and fiberglass application
methods and skills.
MNT 165 Quality Control & Finishing (3)
This course covers inspection and quality standards, systems, and repairs after the
MNT 166 Boat Building Capston (3)
This course covers relevant competencies and skills needed to effectively and efficiently
manufacture a sea worthy boat.
MNT 200 SCWE in Boat Building (6)
This course includes an integration of skills needed for composite boat building at
an approved industry related work site.