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Hybrid Aviation Maintenance Technology Program | Info Sessions | January 16th

Virtual Event
Join us on January 16 to learn more about our FAA-approved Aviation Maintenance Technology program option delivered partially online!
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About This Event

Join us on Tuesday, January 16 at either of our two info sessions to learn more about our Hybrid Aviation Maintenance Technology program and how it may be a good fit for you.

Our admissions team will be present on the call to walk you through the process to begin your training through the program and what you can expect once enrolled. These sessions are a great opportunity to learn more about the flexible training options available and ask any questions you may have.

This program also allows existing military personnel to train in person in less than half the time traditionally required to prepare for Airframe & Powerplant Certification after leaving active duty.

About The Program:

Aviation Maintenance Technology – Hybrid Option(Diploma)

20 Months: 12 months online, 8 months on-ground

Associate of Applied Science Aviation Maintenance Technology – Hybrid Option (Degree)

23 Months: 12 months online, 8 months on-ground, 3 months of Gen Eds online or on-campus

Successful completion qualifies Spartan College graduates to take the written, oral, and practical tests with the Federal Aviation Administration for the Mechanic’s Certificate with both Airframe and Powerplant ratings.

Spartan College’s partially online aviation maintenance program is meant to be manageable even if you are working full-time or you are finishing up active duty in the military. For international students, the partially online Aviation Maintenance program provides the option of living in your home country for the first part of the program (providing you with a flexible schedule) and then relocating to Tulsa, Oklahoma for the second on-campus portion. Before applying, ensure that you’re in a state eligible for our online program: Distance Education State Authorization List

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