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Power Equipment

The Power Equipment Associates of Applied Science provides students with the opportunity to engage in experiential learning in equipment service, testing, management, and sales associated with the agricultural, industrial, construction, and outdoor power and equipment industries. Most recently Ohio State University College of Food and Agriculture and Environmental Science has become a National Coalition of Certification Center (NC3) leadership school. While pursing your associate's degree, you will be able to receive industry credentials, currently embedded in the power equipment program, in the listed areas below:


  • Pre Delivery Inspection and Assembly
  • Preventative Maintenance Inspection 
  • Maintenance Procedures 
  • Electricity and Electronics
  • Engines
  • Hydraulics 


  • 525F Multimeter Certification 


  • Respiratory Protection
  • Hearing Protection 
  • Head, Eye, & Face Protection


  1. Graduates enter the work force in careers involving the purchase, utilization, development, maintenance, repair, and sales of agricultural, outdoor, horticultural, construction, and industrial equipment. Students become service technicians, service managers, parts managers, maintenance supervisors, sales representatives, product development and test technicians, and equipment specialists.

    What Our Graduates are Doing

    Here is just a small sampling of where our recent graduates are working:

    Clay Shane '13
    Performance Technologies

  2. If you are interested in Power Equipment, you may also want to explore Hydraulic Power & Motion Control. Many students combine these two programs as a double major.