MoTEC

(redirected from Motorsports Technology)
AcronymDefinition
MoTECModel of Trust for Electronic Commerce
MoTECMotorsports Technology
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Komnath says that more students are choosing to major in both Motorsports Technology and Automotive Technology, enabling students to have that much more experience when they graduate.
A&T's Motorsports Technology Program races internationally and was featured on NBC Nightly News.
Motorsports Technology is an option in the second and third year of the Bachelor of Engineering in Product Design at Bell.
The Bobby Isaac Motorsports Technology Continuing Education Program at Catawba Valley Community College in Hickory teaches students to build and service race cars while providing the opportunity to travel and work on a race circuit.
To serve more students, the college collaborates with Davidson County Community College, where students begin taking business, English, and computer classes, and later finish with the motorsports technology concentration at Rowan-Cabarras.
Not immune to universal economic laws, motorsports technology follows the money, its influence strongest where return on investment is the most tempting.
Successful students have recently gained university places at Aston, BCU, Birmingham, Coventry, De Montfort, Manchester Metropolitan, Middlesex, Portsmouth, Shef-field Hallam and Stafford to study BEng, BSc or MSc degrees in mechanical engineering, motorsports technology, aerospace, aeronautical, electrical and electronic engineering, product design, architecture, civil engineering and business management.
With the 2007 British Grand Prix approaching and home crowd hopes pinned on Formula 1 title-leader Lewis Hamilton, the University of Central England's Technology Innovation Centre has announced a new degree in Motorsports Technology.
TIC's new Motorsports Technology degree has been added to its computer-based, design-focused BSc (Hons) Engineering Product Design, BSc (Hons) Computer Aided Design and BSc (Hons) Computer Aided Automotive Design courses.
WITH home-grown Grand Prix racing driver Lewis Hamilton leading the Formula One rankings, the Birmingham's Technology Innovation Centre has announced a new degree in motorsports technology.