b"Commercial Truck Driving (West Harrison County Center) The goal of the Commercial Driving License program is to provide the education and training needed to become a professional truck driver. Based on the Mississippi Curriculum Framework for Postsecondary Commercial Truck Driving, the program includes an introduction, general knowledge, air brakes and combination, maintenance of log books, pre-trip inspection, safety measures, backing skills, over the road driving, and a Mississippi CDL Examination review. Program Requirements: A certificate of completion in Commercial Truck Driving will be awarded at the culmination of a minimum of 12 semester hours (320 clock hours) of satisfactory study. Special admission requirements for this program are: 1.Must be 18 years of age. 2.Must hold a valid Mississippi driver's license and have received no more than 3 speeding tickets within the last 3 years. 3.Must be able to pass a DOT physical and drug screen from an approved college provider. 4.Must complete Gulf Coast Work Ready prerequisite and receive a Silver on the National Career Ready Credential. 5.Must have Mississippi DOT Commercial Driver's Permit.The student must obtain a Mississippi Commercial Driver's License and pass the Mississippi DOT Commercial Driver Written Examination in order to successfully complete the course. Semester One DTV 1116 - Commercial Truck Driving I Credit(s): 6 DTV 1126 - Commercial Truck Driving II Credit(s): 6 Total Credits: 12 Total Clock Hours: 560 Associate of Applied Science Degree Not applicable for the Commercial Truck Driving Program158"