Eric Wilmot, Department Chair and Program Coordinator
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This specialization includes 1,800 hours of practical experience and classroom training designed to prepare you for the exciting, fast-paced motorsports field. Our high-tech program includes brake systems, alignment procedures, electronic controls, engine overhaul, and transmission overhaul. Ever dream of learning how to work on real race vehicles alongside industry experts? A major component of our curriculum involves the fabrication and set-up of various types of these incredible machines.
Alfred State motorsports technology graduates may enter directly into the technology management BBA degree program. Graduates who have credit for freshman composition, statistics, literature, history, and speech may complete the BBA program in two additional years; others may complete the BBA program in two-and-one-half years.
Employment and continuing education rate of 83 percent – 83 percent are employed.
A list of required tools, equipment, PPE, etc. for all of the programs mentioned above can be found at http://www.alfredstate.edu/admissions/accepted-students/required-tools-supplies.
A tier 1 laptop computer is required for students entering this degree program. Laptop specifications are available at www.alfredstate.edu/required-laptops.
Students who believe they need a reasonable accommodation to properly participate in this program may contact Melanie Ryan in the Office of Accessibility Services. This office may be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 607-587-4506. Please keep in mind that some accommodations may take time to implement, so students seeking accommodations are encouraged to contact OAS as early as possible.
Applicants in the motorsports technology program must meet the following physical requirements:
Students may take Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification exams.
TYPICAL FOUR-SEMESTER PROGRAM
|AUTO||1109||Brakes, Steering & Susp Sys||9|
|AUTO||1169||Auto Electric, Fuel & Emission||9|
|AUTO||4449||Drive Train Service||9|
|AUTO||3506||Introduction to Motorsports||6|
|AUTO||3504||Motorsport Fabrication I||4|
|AUTO||3545||Motorsport Fabrication II||5|
|AUTO||3514||Racing Suspension Dynamics||4|
|AUTO||3535||Hgh Prfmnce Engine Building||5|
|AUTO||3534||Hgh Permnce Sterng/Bks/Chasis||4|
|AUTO||3524||Hgh Prfmnce Tune-up/Electrncs||4|
A student must successfully complete all courses in the prescribed four-semester program and earn a minimum cumulative index of 2.0, which is equivalent to a “C” average.