Program of Study
Students will take courses covering welding and cutting processes including MIG and TIG welding, race engine preparation, chassis fabrication, machine shop processes and race car set-up procedures.
Cup racing teams, fabrication shops, engine shops, sports marketing, major race equipment suppliers, racing parts manufacturers, self-employment, and working on a contract basis are options.
Recommended Courses and Skills
Mechanical aptitude, analytical ability and manual dexterity.
Helpful Personal Attributes
Ability to work as a team member, pride in work, patience and sense of humor.
|Race Car Technology||Associate in Applied Science||Day||A60400|
|Race Car Technology - Chassis Fabrication||Certificate||Day||C60400CF|
|Race Car Technology - Race Car Setup||Certificate||Day and Evening||C60400CS|
|Race Car Technology - Racing Engines||Certificate||Day and Evening||C60400RE|
If you would like additional information about the Race Car Technology Program, contact John Carstens, Dean of Engineering Technologies, at 336-734-7313 or email@example.com.