This program prepares students to be aviation maintenance technologists. All training takes place in state-of-the-art facilities and is designed to meet airline industry standards. Students work in the following five lab areas: power plant, airframe, nondestructive testing, composite and sheet metal. Students do engine runups, repair, and restoration of the operational status of the aircraft. Students typically take between 16 and 20 credits for five semesters, receiving their degree after 2 1/2 years of study. Ninety-five percent of graduates from this program are employed in the aviation industry.
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