Program Details

Our students train to use sophisticated technology to test the reliability and operational status of all Avionics Systems.
Location:
Tulsa, United States
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Associate
Specialty:
Aerospace Engineering, Aerospace Engineering

Program Overview

Program Description:

As global airways grow more congested, pilots must rely on aircraft navigation and communication systems to keep air travel safe. Advances in the electronics of traditional aircraft, emerging aerospace industries, expansion of airline fleets, and the increasing use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), has resulted in an increased demand for well-trained technicians with expertise in manufacturing, maintenance, repair, and installation of new and existing systems. This includes the development and deployment of satellites, helicopters, and aircraft of all types and sizes.

Spartan’s Aviation Electronics Technology (AET) program (also known as Avionics) has been training Electronics Systems Technicians for decades. Our students train to use sophisticated technology to test the reliability and operational status of all Avionics Systems. In addition, students build their own electronic trainer, FM receiver, and more; including assembling and programming their own Drone (UAV).

Additional Program Information

Accreditation:
Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges

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