Indiana State’s motorsports management minor is open to students from all major areas, not just to students from the three participating colleges [Business; Nursing, Health and Human Services; and Technology].
The ever-changing industry of motorsports encompasses many areas and has many growing needs and demands placed on its future workforce. Besides possessing knowledge of the sport of racing, a career in motorsports often can include expertise in the design, building, maintenance, management, and promotion of motorized vehicles for competition. In addition, it can involve the creation, financing, management, and promotion of facilities, products and services designed to support the competition of these vehicles.
The opportunities are endless, and Indiana State wants to help put you in the driver's seat!
Full information can be found in the Motorsports Management Minor Undergraduate Catalog.
The motorsports coordinator from the appropriate college may approve course substitutions.
NOTE: No more than one internship or
cooperative study course may be used for credit toward the minor.
This content of this page is intended as a guide. For detailed program requirements contact the program coordinator or consult the Undergraduate Catalog. Prospective students should use the most recent catalog; current or returning students should use the catalog that applies to their catalog year.
The Catalog of Indiana State University is the document of authority for all students. The requirements given in the catalog supersede information issued by any academic department, program, college, or school. The University reserves the right to change the requirements at any time.