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Graduate Course Offerings

Students partaking in the Graduate Specialization in Automotive Systems Engineering (GS ASE) are offered a range of courses each semester for their programs’ completion. Pending fulfilling prerequisites, these courses are open to graduate students not participating in the GS ASE. The Ohio State University offers automotive systems engineering courses in the following areas: vehicle electrification, vehicle dynamics and control, engine and powertrain systems and system integration.

Autumn 2015
Vehicle electrification courses will include ME 7384 and ECE 5025.
Vehicle dynamics and control courses will include ME 7260.
System integration courses will include ME 8372, ME 5339 and ME 5194.
Engine and powertrain systems courses will include ME 5530 and ME 8312.

Spring 2016
Vehicle electrification courses will include ME 7383, ECE 5041 and ECE 5127.
Vehicle dynamics and control courses will include ME 7262 and ME 5234.
System integration courses will include ECE 5553.
Engine and powertrain systems courses will include ME 5531 and ME 5427.

Autumn 2016
Vehicle electrification courses will include ECE 5025.
Vehicle dynamics and control courses will include ME 8322.
System integration courses will include ME 5339.
Engine and powertrain systems courses will include ME 7236 and ME 5530.

Spring 2017
Vehicle electrification courses will include ECE 5041 and ECE 5127.
Vehicle dynamics and control courses will include ME 5234.
There will not be a systems integration course offered this semester.
Engine and powertrain systems courses will include ECE 5554, ME 5531, ME 5427, ME 7440 and ME 7520.

The key for the chart below is as follows:
Black items denote vehicle electrification courses.
Dark gray items denote vehicle dynamics and control courses.
Light gray items denote system integration courses.
White items denote engine and powertrain systems courses.