12 Nov 2013

Military Objectives

Training Specs

Whatever your training objective, Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology has a variety of options to prepare you for opportunities in aviation and related industries. We offer diploma, associate and bachelor degree programs of study at our four locations (programs vary by location).

Whether you are interested in pursuing a commercial pilot training, or keeping your boots on the ground, Spartan’s programs are hands-on, industry driven, and designed to prepare you to meet the needs of industry.

The structure of Spartan programs and student life seems to appeal to student accustomed to a military life or training style. Spartan students adhere to a code-of-conduct, dress code and attendance policy to ensure professional training is experienced. And, Spartan’s instructors, many of whom have practical, real-world experience, work alongside students to hone their skills and abilities.

Spartan’s Tulsa, Oklahoma campus is an accredited member of ACCSC and Licensed by the OBPVS. The Los Angeles, California campus and its branch campus in Riverside, California are accredited members of the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education. Our Denver campus is also an accredited member of ACCSC.  Spartan’s Airframe & Powerplant, Aviation Maintenance Technology, and Aviation Flight programs are approved by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) and the Nondestructive Testing program is affiliated with the ASNT (American Society of Nondestructive Testing).

Take the time to check out our entire website and program details and then contact Spartan College with any questions and further information.

Click the links below for program details:

Aviation Maintenance Technology (A&P)

Aviation Electronics Technology

Aviation Flight

Nondestructive Testing / Quality Control