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Engineering Dual Degree
Engineering Dual Degree Program

Motorsports Engineering

EDDP Motorsports student

This program, which aims to prepare graduates for careers in the motorsports industry, as well as automotive-related companies, will focus on teaching fundamentals of engineering and will include hands-on projects that involve designing, analyzing, and building of actual systems.

In addition to courses required for this discipline, listed below, all students must satisfy the EDDP Common Core curriculum

For course descriptions, visit the online Class Search.

Approved Motorsports Engineering Major Combinations:

Motorsports Engineering and Astrophysics

Astronomy & Astrophysics

  • AS 102, Modern Astronomy (5)
  • AS 301, Modern Astronomical Techniques (3)
  • AS 311, Astrophysics I (3)
  • AS 312, Astrophysics II (3)
  • PH 201, Introduction to Analytical Physics 1 (5)
  • PH 202, Introduction to Analytical Physics 2 (5)
  • PH 301, Modern Physics (3)
  • PH 303, Electromagnetic Waves and Optics (3)
  • PH 321, Intermediate Classical Mechanics*
  • PH 331, Electromagnetic Theory I (WAC) (4)
  • PH 495, Senior Seminar (1)

Recommended Courses

  • PH 311, Experimental Modern Physics (3)
  • PH 325, Thermodynamics & Statistical Physics*
  • PH 421, Quantum Theory I (4)
  • PH 461, Computational Physics (3)

Motorsports Engineering

  • TI 244-PL, Text and Ideas (3)
  • PH 351, Analog Electronics (WAC) (4)
  • MA 359, Probability and Statistics (3)
  • ME 200, Thermodynamics (3)
  • ME 270, Basic Mechanics I (3)
  • ME 272, Mechanics of Materials (3)
  • ME 274, Basic Mechanics II (3)
  • ME 310, Fluid Mechanics (3)
  • ME 325, Fluids Lab (1)
  • ME 344, Intro to Engineering Materials (3)
  • ME 482, Control Systems (3)
  • MET 338, Manufacturing Processes (4)
  • MSTE 272, Introduction to Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 297, Modeling for Motorsports (2)
  • MSTE 298, Computer Modeling & Programming (2)
  • MSTE 312, Business of Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 317, Motorsports Practicum II (1)
  • MSTE 320, Motorsports Design I (3)
  • MSTE 330, Data Acquisition in Motorsports I (2)
  • MSTE 331, Data Acquisition in Motorsports II (3)
  • MSTE 340, Dynamic Systems and Signals (3)
  • MSTE 350, Comp Aided Design & Analysis (3)
  • MSTE 414, Motorsports Design II (3)
  • MSTE 417, Motorsports Practicum III (1)
  • MSTE 426, Internal Combustion Engines (3)
  • MSTE 472, Vehicle Dynamics (3)
  • MSTE 482, Motorsports Aerodynamics (3)
  • Tech Electives (3)

* fulfilled by engineering courses

Total credits to complete this Engineering Dual Degree program is 179.

View the course listings as a document (pdf)

Motorsports Engineering and Biochemistry

Chemistry

  • CH 105, General Chemistry 1 (5)
  • CH 106, General Chemistry 2 (5)
  • CH 321, Analytical Chemistry I (5)
  • CH 351, Organic Chemistry 1 (5)
  • CH 352, Organic Chemistry 2 (5)
  • CH 360, Modern Issues in Biochemistry (1)
  • CH 361, Biochemistry I (4)
  • CH 363, Biochemistry Laboratory I (2)
  • CH 462, Biochemistry IIA: Central Metabolism (4)

Biology

  • BI 210, Genetics – Fundamentals (4)
  • BI 220, Cellular & Molecular Biology: Fundamental (4)

Biology and/or Chemistry Electives (6)

  • BI 411, Principles of Physiology
  • BI 432, Plant Physiology
  • BI 433, Advanced Cell Biology
  • BI 435, Molecular Genetics
  • BI 436, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Gene Evolution
  • BI 438, Microbiology
  • BI 460, Cell and Molecular Neurobiology
  • CH 332, Inorganic Chemistry
  • CH 422, Analytical Chemistry II
  • CH 424, Instrumental Analysis Laboratory
  • CH 431, Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
  • CH 432, Synthesis and Characterization
  • CH 463, Biochemistry Laboratory II
  • CH 471, Physical Chemistry I (Quantum Mechanics)
  • CH 472, Physical Chemistry II (Thermo & Kinetics)

Motorsports Engineering

  • TI 244-PL, Text and Ideas (3)
  • PH 351, Analog Electronics (WAC) (4)
  • MA 359, Probability and Statistics (3)
  • ME 200, Thermodynamics (3)
  • ME 270, Basic Mechanics I (3)
  • ME 272, Mechanics of Materials (3)
  • ME 274, Basic Mechanics II (3)
  • ME 310, Fluid Mechanics (3)
  • ME 325, Fluids Lab (1)
  • ME 344, Intro to Engineering Materials (3)
  • ME 482, Control Systems (3)
  • MET 338, Manufacturing Processes (4)
  • MSTE 272, Introduction to Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 297, Modeling for Motorsports (2)
  • MSTE 298, Computer Modeling & Programming (2)
  • MSTE 312, Business of Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 317, Motorsports Practicum II (1)
  • MSTE 320, Motorsports Design I (3)
  • MSTE 330, Data Acquisition in Motorsports I (2)
  • MSTE 331, Data Acquisition in Motorsports II (3)
  • MSTE 340, Dynamic Systems and Signals (3)
  • MSTE 350, Comp Aided Design & Analysis (3)
  • MSTE 414, Motorsports Design II (3)
  • MSTE 417, Motorsports Practicum III (1)
  • MSTE 426, Internal Combustion Engines (3)
  • MSTE 472, Vehicle Dynamics (3)
  • MSTE 482, Motorsports Aerodynamics (3)
  • Tech Electives (6)

Total credits to complete this Engineering Dual Degree program is 197.

View the course listings as a document (pdf)

Motorsports Engineering and Biology

Biology

  • BI 111, Contemporary Issues in Biology*
  • BI 210, Genetics (4)
  • BI 220, Cellular and Molecular Biology (4)
  • BI 230, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (5)
  • BI 299, Biology Seminar*
  • BI 480, Senior Biology Capstone (WAC) (3)
  • Biology Electives (19) — To acquire the remaining credit hours for the major, students must take biology electives at the 300 level or above; at least four of these electives must be lab courses. One of the electives taken must be an organism-based course. Students will be allowed to use a maximum of three hours of independent study credit, internship credit, research or honors thesis credit toward the 37-hour minimum required for the biology major.        

Motorsports Engineering

  • TI 244-PL, Text and Ideas (3)
  • PH 351, Analog Electronics (WAC) (4)
  • MA 359, Probability and Statistics (3)
  • ME 200, Thermodynamics (3)
  • ME 270, Basic Mechanics I (3)
  • ME 272, Mechanics of Materials (3)
  • ME 274, Basic Mechanics II (3)
  • ME 310, Fluid Mechanics (3)
  • ME 325, Fluids Lab (1)
  • ME 344, Intro to Engineering Materials (3)
  • ME 482, Control Systems (3)
  • MET 338, Manufacturing Processes (4)
  • MSTE 272, Introduction to Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 297, Modeling for Motorsports (2)
  • MSTE 298, Computer Modeling & Programming (2)
  • MSTE 312, Business of Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 317, Motorsports Practicum II (1)
  • MSTE 320, Motorsports Design I (3)
  • MSTE 330, Data Acquisition in Motorsports I (2)
  • MSTE 331, Data Acquisition in Motorsports II (3)
  • MSTE 340, Dynamic Systems and Signals (3)
  • MSTE 350, Comp Aided Design & Analysis (3)
  • MSTE 414, Motorsports Design II (3)
  • MSTE 417, Motorsports Practicum III (1)
  • MSTE 426, Internal Combustion Engines (3)
  • MSTE 472, Vehicle Dynamics (3)
  • MSTE 482, Motorsports Aerodynamics (3)
  • Tech Electives (6)

* fulfilled by engineering courses

Total credits to complete this Engineering Dual Degree program is 191.

View the course listings as a document (pdf)

Motorsports Engineering and Chemistry

Chemistry

  • CH 105, General Chemistry 1 (5)
  • CH 106, General Chemistry 2 (5)
  • CH 351, Organic Chemistry 1 (5)
  • CH 352, Organic Chemistry 2 (5)
  • Additional Chemistry Courses (12)
  • CH 332, Inorganic Chemistry          
  • CH 431, Advanced Inorganic Chemistry   
  • CH 432, Synthesis and Characterization 
  • CH 321, Analytical Chemistry 1      
  • CH 422, Analytical Chemistry 2      
  • CH 424, Instrumental Analysis Laboratory         
  • CH 361, Biochemistry 1: Bio-Organic Chemistry 
  • CH 462, Biochemistry IIA: Central Metabolism  
  • CH 463, Biochemistry Laboratory 1           
  • CH 471, Physical Chemistry 1 (Quantum Mechanics)    
  • CH 472, Physical Chemistry 2 (Thermo & Kinetics)         
  • CH 473, Physical Chemistry Lab

Motorsports Engineering

  • TI 244-PL, Text and Ideas (3)
  • PH 351, Analog Electronics (WAC) (4)
  • MA 359, Probability and Statistics (3)
  • ME 200, Thermodynamics (3)
  • ME 270, Basic Mechanics I (3)
  • ME 272, Mechanics of Materials (3)
  • ME 274, Basic Mechanics II (3)
  • ME 310, Fluid Mechanics (3)
  • ME 325, Fluids Lab (1)
  • ME 344, Intro to Engineering Materials (3)
  • ME 482, Control Systems (3)
  • MET 338, Manufacturing Processes (4)
  • MSTE 272, Introduction to Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 297, Modeling for Motorsports (2)
  • MSTE 298, Computer Modeling & Programming (2)
  • MSTE 312, Business of Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 317, Motorsports Practicum II (1)
  • MSTE 320, Motorsports Design I (3)
  • MSTE 330, Data Acquisition in Motorsports I (2)
  • MSTE 331, Data Acquisition in Motorsports II (3)
  • MSTE 340, Dynamic Systems and Signals (3)
  • MSTE 350, Comp Aided Design & Analysis (3)
  • MSTE 414, Motorsports Design II (3)
  • MSTE 417, Motorsports Practicum III (1)
  • MSTE 426, Internal Combustion Engines (3)
  • MSTE 472, Vehicle Dynamics (3)
  • MSTE 482, Motorsports Aerodynamics (3)
  • Tech Electives (6)

Total credits to complete this Engineering Dual Degree program is 179.

View the course listings as a document (pdf)

Motorsports Engineering and Computer Science

Computer Science

  • CS 151, Foundations of Computing I (3)
  • CS 248, Object-Oriented Prog & Data Structures (5)
  • CS 252, Foundations of Computing II (3)
  • CS 321, Computer Organization (3)
  • CS 333, Database Systems (3)
  • CS 351, Algorithms (3)
  • CS 383, EPICS (ICR) (3)
  • CS 452, Parallel Algorithm Design & Prog (3)
  • CS 473, Topics in Computer Science*
  • CS 485, Computer Ethics (WAC) (1)
  • SE 361, Object-Oriented Design (SAC) (3)
  • Theory Course (3)
  • CS 441, Organization of Prog Languages 
  • CS 447, Computer Graphics
  • CS 451, Theory of Computation     
  • CS 458, Intro to Cryptography and Cryptanalysis
  • Systems Course (3)
  • CS 431, Theory of Operating Systems       
  • CS 435, Computer Networks
  • SE 461, Managing Software Development

Motorsports Engineering

  • TI 244-PL, Text and Ideas (3)
  • PH 351, Analog Electronics (WAC) (4)
  • MA 359, Probability and Statistics (3)
  • ME 200, Thermodynamics (3)
  • ME 270, Basic Mechanics I (3)
  • ME 272, Mechanics of Materials (3)
  • ME 274, Basic Mechanics II (3)
  • ME 310, Fluid Mechanics (3)
  • ME 325, Fluids Lab (1)
  • ME 344, Intro to Engineering Materials (3)
  • ME 482, Control Systems (3)
  • MET 338, Manufacturing Processes (4)
  • MSTE 272, Introduction to Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 297, Modeling for Motorsports (2)
  • MSTE 298, Computer Modeling & Programming (2)
  • MSTE 312, Business of Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 317, Motorsports Practicum II (1)
  • MSTE 320, Motorsports Design I (3)
  • MSTE 330, Data Acquisition in Motorsports I (2)
  • MSTE 331, Data Acquisition in Motorsports II (3)
  • MSTE 340, Dynamic Systems and Signals (3)
  • MSTE 350, Comp Aided Design & Analysis (3)
  • MSTE 414, Motorsports Design II (3)
  • MSTE 417, Motorsports Practicum III (1)
  • MSTE 426, Internal Combustion Engines (3)
  • MSTE 472, Vehicle Dynamics (3)
  • MSTE 482, Motorsports Aerodynamics (3)
  • Tech Electives (3)

* fulfilled by engineering courses

Total credits to complete this Engineering Dual Degree program is 190.

View the course listings as a document (pdf)

Motorsports Engineering and Economics

Economics

  • PH 201, Introduction to Analytical Physics 1 (5)
  • MS 264, Business Statistics (3)
  • MS 265, Information Technology (3)
  • EC 231, Principles of Microeconomics (3)
  • EC 232, Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
  • EC 332, Intermediate Macroeconomics (3)
  • EC 354, Intermediate Microeconomics (3)
  • EC 464, Quantitative Methods – Econometrics (3)
  • Economics Electives (choose 4) (12)
  • EC 336, Comparative Economic Systems  
  • EC 339, Economic History of the United States  
  • EC 342, Law and Economics           
  • EC 346, Health Care Economics     
  • EC 351, Urban Economics   
  • EC 352, Personnel Economics (WAC)        
  • EC 355, Money & Banking   
  • EC 391, Environmental & Natural Resources
  • EC 433, International Economics  
  • EC 434, Economics of Taxation & Public Expenditures        
  • EC 438, Economic History of Europe         
  • EC 462, Mathematical Economics 
  • EC 495, Special Topics in Economics        

Motorsports Engineering

  • TI 244-PL, Text and Ideas (3)
  • PH 351, Analog Electronics (WAC) (4)
  • MA 359, Probability and Statistics†
  • ME 200, Thermodynamics (3)
  • ME 270, Basic Mechanics I (3)
  • ME 272, Mechanics of Materials (3)
  • ME 274, Basic Mechanics II (3)
  • ME 310, Fluid Mechanics (3)
  • ME 325, Fluids Lab (1)
  • ME 344, Intro to Engineering Materials (3)
  • ME 482, Control Systems (3)
  • MET 338, Manufacturing Processes (4)
  • MSTE 272, Introduction to Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 297, Modeling for Motorsports (2)
  • MSTE 298, Computer Modeling & Programming (2)
  • MSTE 312, Business of Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 317, Motorsports Practicum II (1)
  • MSTE 320, Motorsports Design I (3)
  • MSTE 330, Data Acquisition in Motorsports I (2)
  • MSTE 331, Data Acquisition in Motorsports II (3)
  • MSTE 340, Dynamic Systems and Signals (3)
  • MSTE 350, Comp Aided Design & Analysis (3)
  • MSTE 414, Motorsports Design II (3)
  • MSTE 417, Motorsports Practicum III (1)
  • MSTE 426, Internal Combustion Engines (3)
  • MSTE 472, Vehicle Dynamics (3)
  • MSTE 482, Motorsports Aerodynamics (3)
  • Tech Electives (6)

† fulfilled by economics courses

Total credits to complete this Engineering Dual Degree program is 184.

View the course listings as a document (pdf)

Motorsports Engineering & Environmental Studies

Environmental Studies

  • ENV 200, Introduction to Environmental Studies (3)
  • ST 200, Intro to Science & Technology Studies (3)
  • ST 205, Science and Society Speaker Series (3) – This is a 1 credit course to be taken 3 times.
  • ENV 330, Geographic Information Systems (4)
  • Select 1 of the following 3 courses: (3)
  • ST 310, Social Studies of Science and Technology
  • ST 320, Philosophy of Science
  • ST 330, Language, Rhetoric and Science
  • Practical Experience (3) — Satisfied by ENV 400, an approved community-based internship, or another experiential learning course as approved.
  • STS Electives (15) — Of these credits 12 must be at the 300-400 level, 6 must be social science related, and 6 must be humanities related. Three hours of independent study/internship credit can be used. One research methods course is allowed.
  • Natural Science Courses (5)
  • BI 230, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • CH 105, General Chemistry 1
  • CH 106, General Chemistry 2
  • NW 207, Ecology and the Natural Environment

Motorsports Engineering

  • TI 244-PL, Text and Ideas (3)
  • PH 351, Analog Electronics (WAC) (4)
  • MA 359, Probability and Statistics (3)
  • ME 200, Thermodynamics (3)
  • ME 270, Basic Mechanics I (3)
  • ME 272, Mechanics of Materials (3)
  • ME 274, Basic Mechanics II (3)
  • ME 310, Fluid Mechanics (3)
  • ME 325, Fluids Lab (1)
  • ME 344, Intro to Engineering Materials (3)
  • ME 482, Control Systems (3)
  • MET 338, Manufacturing Processes (4)
  • MSTE 272, Introduction to Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 297, Modeling for Motorsports (2)
  • MSTE 298, Computer Modeling & Programming (2)
  • MSTE 312, Business of Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 317, Motorsports Practicum II (1)
  • MSTE 320, Motorsports Design I (3)
  • MSTE 330, Data Acquisition in Motorsports I (2)
  • MSTE 331, Data Acquisition in Motorsports II (3)
  • MSTE 340, Dynamic Systems and Signals (3)
  • MSTE 350, Comp Aided Design & Analysis (3)
  • MSTE 414, Motorsports Design II (3)
  • MSTE 417, Motorsports Practicum III (1)
  • MSTE 426, Internal Combustion Engines (3)
  • MSTE 472, Vehicle Dynamics (3)
  • MSTE 482, Motorsports Aerodynamics (3)
  • Tech Electives (6)

Total credits to complete this Engineering Dual Degree program is 193.

View the course listings as a document (pdf)

Motorsports Engineering and Mathematics

Mathematics

  • MA 106, Calculus & Analytic Geometry 1 (4)
  • MA 107, Calculus & Analytic Geometry 2 (4)
  • MA 208, Calculus & Analytic Geometry 3 (4)
  • MA 108, First-Year Problem Solving (1)
  • MA 200, Basics of Advanced Mathematics (3)
  • MA 205, Discrete Mathematics (3)
  • MA 215, Linear Algebra (3)
  • MA 312, Algebra: Groups (3)
  • MA 326, Analysis: Theory of Calculus (WAC) (3)
  • MA 330, Complex Analysis (3)
  • Restricted Elective (choose 1) (3)
  • MA 313, Algebra: Rings and Fields
  • MA 327, Analysis: Lebesgue Integral    
  • Math Electives (9)*
  • MA 301, History of Mathematics     
  • MA 305, Graph Theory        
  • MA 310-399 (See Course Catalog) 
  • MA 473, Topics in Mathematics    

Motorsports Engineering

  • TI 244-PL, Text and Ideas (3)
  • PH 351, Analog Electronics (WAC) (4)
  • MA 359, Probability and Statistics (3)
  • ME 200, Thermodynamics (3)
  • ME 270, Basic Mechanics I (3)
  • ME 272, Mechanics of Materials (3)
  • ME 274, Basic Mechanics II (3)
  • ME 310, Fluid Mechanics (3)
  • ME 325, Fluids Lab (1)
  • ME 344, Intro to Engineering Materials (3)
  • ME 482, Control Systems (3)
  • MET 338, Manufacturing Processes (4)
  • MSTE 272, Introduction to Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 297, Modeling for Motorsports (2)
  • MSTE 298, Computer Modeling & Programming (2)
  • MSTE 312, Business of Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 317, Motorsports Practicum II (1)
  • MSTE 320, Motorsports Design I (3)
  • MSTE 330, Data Acquisition in Motorsports I (2)
  • MSTE 331, Data Acquisition in Motorsports II (3)
  • MSTE 340, Dynamic Systems and Signals (3)
  • MSTE 350, Comp Aided Design & Analysis (3)
  • MSTE 414, Motorsports Design II (3)
  • MSTE 417, Motorsports Practicum III (1)
  • MSTE 426, Internal Combustion Engines (3)
  • MSTE 472, Vehicle Dynamics (3)
  • MSTE 482, Motorsports Aerodynamics (3)
  • Tech Electives (6)

* fulfilled by engineering courses

Total credits to complete this Engineering Dual Degree program is 176.

View the course listings as a document (pdf)

Motorsports Engineering and Physics

Physics

  • PH 201, Introduction to Analytical Physics 1 (5)
  • PH 202, Introduction to Analytical Physics 2 (5)
  • PH 301, Modern Physics (3)
  • PH 303, Electromagnetic Waves and Optics (3)
  • PH 311, Experimental Modern Physics (3)
  • PH 321, Intermediate Classical Mechanics*
  • PH 325, Thermodynamics & Statistical Physics*
  • PH 331, Electromagnetics Theory I (WAC) (4)
  • PH 421, Quantum Theory I (4)
  • PH 495, Senior Seminar (1)
  • Physics Elective (4)*
  • AS 301, Modern Astronomical Techniques
  • AS 311, Astrophysics I         
  • PH 315, Mathematical Methods for Physics
  • PH 351, Analog Electronics I
  • PH 422, Quantum Theory II
  • PH 427, General Relativity and Gravity
  • PH 461, Computational Physics
  • PH 480, Special Topics 

Motorsports Engineering

  • TI 244-PL, Text and Ideas (3)
  • PH 351, Analog Electronics (WAC) (4)
  • MA 359, Probability and Statistics (3)
  • ME 200, Thermodynamics (3)
  • ME 270, Basic Mechanics I (3)
  • ME 272, Mechanics of Materials (3)
  • ME 274, Basic Mechanics II (3)
  • ME 310, Fluid Mechanics (3)
  • ME 325, Fluids Lab (1)
  • ME 344, Intro to Engineering Materials (3)
  • ME 482, Control Systems (3)
  • MET 338, Manufacturing Processes (4)
  • MSTE 272, Introduction to Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 297, Modeling for Motorsports (2)
  • MSTE 298, Computer Modeling & Programming (2)
  • MSTE 312, Business of Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 317, Motorsports Practicum II (1)
  • MSTE 320, Motorsports Design I (3)
  • MSTE 330, Data Acquisition in Motorsports I (2)
  • MSTE 331, Data Acquisition in Motorsports II (3)
  • MSTE 340, Dynamic Systems and Signals (3)
  • MSTE 350, Comp Aided Design & Analysis (3)
  • MSTE 414, Motorsports Design II (3)
  • MSTE 417, Motorsports Practicum III (1)
  • MSTE 426, Internal Combustion Engines (3)
  • MSTE 472, Vehicle Dynamics (3)
  • MSTE 482, Motorsports Aerodynamics (3)
  • Tech Electives (3)

* fulfilled by engineering courses

Total credits to complete this Engineering Dual Degree program is 172.

View the course listings as a document (pdf)

Motorsports Engineering and Science, Technology & Society

Science, Technology and Society

  • ST 200, Intro to Science & Technology Studies (3)
  • ST 205, Science and Society Speaker Series (3) — This is a one credit course offered each term that must be completed three times before graduation.
  • Select 2 from the following 3 courses: (6)
  • ST 310, Social Studies of Science and Technology
  • ST 320, Philosophy of Science
  • ST 330, Language, Rhetoric and Science
  • STS Electives (18) — Elective courses are from various departments. Of these credits, 12 must be at the 300 level or above. A total of three hours of independent study or internship credit can be used. Only one research methods course is allowed.
  • Sci/Tech Electives*

Motorsports Engineering

  • TI 244-PL, Text and Ideas (3)
  • PH 351, Analog Electronics (WAC) (4)
  • MA 359, Probability and Statistics (3)
  • ME 200, Thermodynamics (3)
  • ME 270, Basic Mechanics I (3)
  • ME 272, Mechanics of Materials (3)
  • ME 274, Basic Mechanics II (3)
  • ME 310, Fluid Mechanics (3)
  • ME 325, Fluids Lab (1)
  • ME 344, Intro to Engineering Materials (3)
  • ME 482, Control Systems (3)
  • MET 338, Manufacturing Processes (4)
  • MSTE 272, Introduction to Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 297, Modeling for Motorsports (2)
  • MSTE 298, Computer Modeling & Programming (2)
  • MSTE 312, Business of Motorsports (3)
  • MSTE 317, Motorsports Practicum II (1)
  • MSTE 320, Motorsports Design I (3)
  • MSTE 330, Data Acquisition in Motorsports I (2)
  • MSTE 331, Data Acquisition in Motorsports II (3)
  • MSTE 340, Dynamic Systems and Signals (3)
  • MSTE 350, Comp Aided Design & Analysis (3)
  • MSTE 414, Motorsports Design II (3)
  • MSTE 417, Motorsports Practicum III (1)
  • MSTE 426, Internal Combustion Engines (3)
  • MSTE 472, Vehicle Dynamics (3)
  • MSTE 482, Motorsports Aerodynamics (3)
  • Tech Electives (6)

* fulfilled by engineering courses

Total credits to complete this Engineering Dual Degree program is 184.

View the course listings as a document (pdf)

Current students should consult their own academic advisement report in my.butler.edu to see their individual requirements and progress toward degree completion.

Contact Jessica McCormick, jrmccorm@butler.edu, for additional information.

Updated 9/2018