(Degree) · Program Length: 20 months
The program is designed to teach students the technical skills required to service, repair, and overhaul aircraft (or related) components and systems. Successful completion qualifies graduates to take the written, oral, and practical tests with the FAA for the Mechanic’s Certificate with both Airframe and Powerplant Ratings. The program is FAA Part 147 approved.
A Day in the Life of a Student:
*Boeing: Pilot and Technician Outlook, http://www.boeing.com/commercial/market/pilot-technician-outlook/
First, applicants must provide proof they’ve graduated high school or high school equivalency certificate based on the General Education Development (GED) test. Applicants will also need their high school transcript from an accredited institution. (However, an official copy of the military DD214 may be used as an official proof of high school graduation only if the document includes a specific graduation date.)
For a full list of prerequisites, check out our College Catalog for our Tulsa programs.
First, you need to provide proof you’ve graduated high school or high school equivalency certificate based on the General Education Development (GED) test. You will also need your high school transcript from an accredited institution – or an official copy of the military DD214 that includes proof of your graduation.
For a full list of prerequisites, check out the College Catalog for our Denver-area programs.
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To make sure you have the most up-to-date information about the cost of our Aviation Maintenance Technology program, we regularly update our Catalog Supplement guide. Get into contact with Admissions representatives for more clarity about the program, cost, and financial aid opportunities for those who qualify.
This is the perfect time to direct you to the College Catalog. If you want the spark notes, you will be attending classes like Reciprocating Engines, Metallic Structures, and Hydraulics and Landing Gear Systems among others.
You’ll explore aviation maintenance and the technologies associated with the rapidly evolving aviation and aerospace industry, including everything from fuel metering and propellers to aircraft instrumentation. You will also get familiar with small single engine planes to large passenger and cargo transport planes used at major airlines.
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Students earning their associate’s degree study in seven general education courses. Due to program changes, the exact number of courses may change.
Our campuses have set schedules. Most folks find it fits into their busy lifestyle.
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Some things can’t and shouldn’t be simplified. Check out the College Catalog for our Denver-area program for a full break down of requirements.
The certification process is included in your cost of tuition for your first test attempt, if you take them within 45 days of graduation. It requires three written exams and an oral and practical exam with an FAA designated examiner.
You can find real alumni testimonials on the Spartan Alumni page on our site. Included you’ll find links to several services alongside our Denver-area testimonials.
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