(Degree) · Program Length: 15 months
Through the use of industry-relevant training devices and curriculum developed for unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) electronics and aircraft technicians, students may learn technical skills for today’s advanced electronics and aerospace industries. Students study FAA regulations, learn to read and use aircraft maintenance manuals, how to read and interpret aircraft commercial drawings and electronics schematics as they apply to large and small aircraft including UAVs. In addition, associate degree students focus on interpersonal skills such as oral and written communication, customer service, and diversity in the workplace.
Total Credit Hours: 68
Total Months: 15
*Boeing: Pilot and Technician Outlook, http://www.boeing.com/commercial/market/pilot-technician-outlook/
First, provide proof you have graduated high school or equivalent, like the General Education Development (GED) test. Have your high school send us your official transcript or provide a copy of the military DD214 that includes proof of your graduation.
For a full list of prerequisites, check out our College Catalog for our Denver-area programs.
They’re the same thing. Avionics is the shorter, catchier (and older) nickname for the profession and program. Avionics helps keep your conversation going without saying the mouthful that is Aviation Electronics Technology.
Great question, Spartans have gone to work in roles like:
Here is a small sampling of AET courses:
A day in the life of a typical AET student involves building and troubleshooting aviation and aerospace electronics, programming and flying drones, assembling and testing radar systems, using high reliability soldering and building wiring harnesses to integrate systems, and so much more. There’s hardly a dull day.
Yes. You’ll take courses like College Mathematics, College Physics, English Composition, American History: 1865 to Present, Public Speaking, and Modern Sociology.
Most students find our class times convenient to their busy lifestyles even though the campus operates on a set schedule.
Around half of your time as a student will be spent in class and the other in hands-on lab environment.
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