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The FAA’s recent approval of many commercial applications for UAVs opens up new frontiers that are evolving and expanding the demand for electronic technicians. Spartan College’s AET program is one of the first of its kind to specialize in this area by taking an electronics focus on Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) which will include building, programming, and flying a UAV in autonomous flight.

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Spartan Graduates work in a wide variety of industries

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Welcome to Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology

Providing excellence in Aeronautics Instruction since 1928, Spartan trains pilots and aviation technicians. Spartan is an accredited aeronautical school located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, offering diploma programs and Associate of Applied Science and bachelor’s degrees. Its Aviation Maintenance Technology programs are approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). There are over 90,000 Spartan alumni.

 

Spartan offers more than 247,000 square feet of facility space, located at two local airports, and houses 19 aircraft for aviation technician training. Aeronautical training devices, such as radar equipment, ultrasonic testers and more, are available to students for a truly hands-on learning experience.
 
Contact us today to begin a career in the aviation industry!

 

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Latest News

  • Spartan College Unveils New Drone Program
        The Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology has offered all kinds of aviation education and training, so it’s no surprise the school would step into the world of drones. But the college plans to do something different with the cutting-edge category. On Monday, the college announced it would soon offer classes focusing on the electronic systems of drones.  
  • Oklahoma College Teaches Course on 'Latest Aviation Trend'
    TULSA, Oklahoma - Drones are the latest trend in aviation and can be used for all kinds of things. From the agriculture industry, to movies to weather chasers, they are becoming more prominent in the aeronautics industry and a Tulsa College is set to offer a new course to meet the demand. Starting in April, students at Spartan College will learn how to build, program and fly unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs.
  • Spartan College Signs Deposit Agreement for First 20 “Sun Flyer” Production Aircraft
      Spartan College Signs Deposit Agreement for First 20 “Sun Flyer” Production Aircraft DENVER, Colorado – January 13, 2015 – Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology has signed a Training Program Development and Deposit Agreement with Aero Electric Aircraft Corp. (AEAC). Spartan is reserving the first 20 “Sun Flyer” delivery positions and is to help develop a complete training system for the “Sun Flyer” solar-electric training aircraft being developed by AEAC.

 


 

 

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