What classes do I have to take to become an Engineer? =)
I'm asking this question so i can be a successful Engineer and have my own shop for cars and own cars I have built like classic cars. #engineering #automobile #high-performance-cars #car-design #classic-cars #paint-jobs
If you would like to become an engineer just so that you can have a lot of cars that probably isn't the greatest motivation to get you through 4 years of undergraduate school. However if you wanted a course list here is one from U of M, http://www.engin.umich.edu/college/academics/bulletin/courses. My advice on the subject of having a shop full of cars and classic cars would be to learn how to work on them by being a mechanic and also learn how to run a business.
I also have this dream and am currently working towards it myself :)
If your passion is cars, look into degrees that focus on automotive engineering. But if you want to have your own shop it is important to learn what it takes to run a business. Try to find other business owners and automotive engineers to find out how they were successful. And consider taking business classes to understand the fundamentals of being a business owner.
Math, Physics and Chemistry are all good classes to take. Depending on the kind of engineer you want tobe then you can figure what classes to really focus on. However, Calculus, Geometry and Trigonometry will be key regardless of the type of engineering.
If restoring old cars is your passion, geometry and trig. will be very useful. A rounded education that includes other sciences, art and history is very important.
Hello! It's good to pay attention in the maths, physics and chemistry classes when you are in the elementary and high school. To know more about the car's world go to specific sites like F1. If you know someone who is engineer and works with cars, let's talk. Good luck!
So you will have both knowledge about running a business as well as hands-on technical skills.
Mechanical engineering will give you a strong base for problem solving and understanding of machines, but don't forget the practical side. Work at a shop with talented people and earn "hands-on" skills. Creativity and problem solving is the key to a successful engineering career. Good luck