Possible applications for a BSETT degree include the various aspects of working with electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles and plug-in electric vehicles as well as fuel-cell vehicles. As demand for efficiency and sustainability grow in the transportation sector, BSETT graduates will be able to meet the needs of industry.
The BSETT curriculum is a broad-based, technically-oriented education that emphasizes the application of advanced technology to solve problems, design and develop products, and improve processes, procedures, equipment, and facilities. The BSETT degree program offers a wide choice of courses in a variety of technical areas including:
- Automotive electric and electronic systems
- Electric machine design and application for automotive
- Control systems for electric and hybrid electric systems
- Energy storage systems for electric and hybrid electric vehicles
- In-vehicle networking and embedded systems
- Fuel cell power systems for transportation
- Mechatronics in vehicle control systems
Wayne State students pursuing a Bachelor's of Science in Electric Transportation Technology may have the option of taking classes at the Schoolcraft Center. Contact Tracy Fahl Castle, Engineering Technology advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-577-0802 for additional information.