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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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  • “Sun Flyer” Developer Formalizes Collaboration with Spartan College
      DENVER, Colorado – Oct. 15, 2014 – Aero Electric Aircraft Corp. (AEAC) is collaborating with Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology to help develop a complete training system for the solar-electric training aircraft called “Sun Flyer.” Spartan College and AEAC signed a preliminary agreement earlier this year, acknowledging their commitment to align interests in the development of the next-generation trainer. Peter Harris, CEO of Spartan College, said, “Partnering with AEAC is a natural step forward in our quest for innovative approaches to deliver value to our students. We are thrilled to be the first to reserve a set of planes, and look forward to seeing the Sun Flyer's impact on flight training.”
  • Spartan College sees results with curriculum overhaul.
     Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology is “flipping out” over its new style of teaching pilots. In fact, the overhaul of its aviation flight program has been so successful that the technical school is making the same curriculum change for its maintenance program. In July 2013, Spartan College converted its aviation flight program curriculum from textbook style learning to a “flip-learning style.” The entire course work was redeveloped and placed on iPad only.The change has resulted in improved pass rates, accelerated degree times and better preparation for students entering an industry in which pilots increasingly use electronic flight bags, Spartan officials said.“What we wanted to do when we chose this is radicalize the traditional flight education,” said Ryan Goertzen, college president.  
  • "Sun Flyer" Debuts at EAA Air Venture Oshkosh"
    EAA AIRVENTURE OSHKOSH, Wisconsin - July 27, 2014 - Aero Electric Aircraft Corp. (AEAC) today unveiled the single-seat technology demonstrator for its next-generation solar electric training aircraft called "Sun Flyer." AEAC, in conjunction with its development partner, Bye Aerospace, Inc., is planning to offer the first U.S.-sponsored, practical, all-electric airplane serving the training, recreational and general aviation markets. The company is licensing technology from PC-Aero and is collaborating with Redbird Flight Simulations to offer a comprehensive pilot training system. Jerry Gregoire, Redbird Chairman, said his company will be developing a flight simulator for Sun Flyer. "This is a significant game-changer for our industry," he said. "Pilot training is a logical path for introducing the economic and safety benefits of electric propulsion."




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