About Motorcycle Technology

The Motorcycle Technician Degree enables you to acquire the theoretical and the "hands-on" skills necessary to work on all types of motorcycles.

This program provides a comprehensive study of all systems and functions of all types of bikes. You will have the opportunity to experience a variety of conditions and actual repair and maintenance strategies. Having your own motorcycle is encouraged but not required. What is required is your passion and love of motorcycles! The Motorcycle Training Degree program is a two-year program. You must complete 34 units of technical training, plus CCSF general education coursework. 

Explore Potential Careers

Studying Motorcycle Technology can lead to a variety of different jobs or career paths in the motorcycle industry.

Program Options 

Click on the degree or certificate you're interested in earning to see a sample map of courses to take to complete your goal from start to finish. 

Please note that the course maps provided are just an example to help you get started. Please meet with a counselor to personalize the plan to you and your Academic goals. 

View Requirements in College Catalog

Semester 1 

Course Number Course Title Units Notes
MOTO 90 Introduction to Motorcycle Technology 4  
ENGL 1A + 1AS University-Parallel Reading and Composition + Support 4-6  
CCSF GE Area D Social and Behavioral Sciences Requirement 3  
CCSF GE Area G1 Health Knowledge Requirement 2-3  
Degree Applicable Elective   3  

Total Units: 16-19 

Semester 2

Course Number Course Title Units Notes
Additional major requirement (See Counselor) 3-4  
Additional major requirement (See Counselor) 3-4  
CCSF GE Area A Communication and Analytical Thinking 3  
MATH 46, MATH 60 or 860, ET 108B, or ET 50, or PSYC 5, or ECON 5, or LALS 5, or PHIL 12A, or FIN 136M or higher math course (or equivalent) Math Graduation Requirement 3-8  
Degree Applicable Elective   3  

Total Units: 15-22

Semester 3

Course Number Course Title Units Notes
Additional major requirement (See Counselor) 3-4  
Additional major requirement (See Counselor) 3-4  
Additional major requirement (See Counselor) 3-4  
CCSF GE Area C Natural Sciences Requirement 3-6  
CCSF GE Area F United States History and Government Requirement 3  

Total Units: 15-21

Semester 4

Course Number Course Title Units Notes
Additional major requirement (See Counselor) 3-4  
CCSF GE Area E Humanities Requirement 3  
CCSF GE Area G2 - Physical Skills Physical Skills Requirement 1-3  
CCSF GE Area H Ethnic Studies, Women's and Gender Studies and LGBTQ Studies 3  
Degree Applicable Elective   3  
Degree Applicable Elective   3  

Total Units: 16-17

View Requirements in College Catalog

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