Associate and certificate program
Aviation maintenance technology is a professional degree leading to a wide array of career options in the field, from maintenance technicians to manufacturing jobs. Northern’s program shows students the latest in aviation maintenance technology by giving them the hands-on experience they need to learn about keeping aircraft in top working condition. Students who graduate from the program will also receive all of the necessary preparation to take the FAA exam to become an Airframe & Powerplant aviation mechanic, a certification which the majority of today’s aviation mechanics working on civilian aircraft hold.
This program is a great fix for people who enjoy,
- Hands-on work
- Math or science
Learn more - Open House Upcoming
The Aviation Maintenance Technology program is hosting an open house for any students interested in the program on Thursday, March 5. There will be two information sessions; The first runs 4:30-6 p.m. and the second runs 6:30-8 p.m. The open house will be held at the Envoy Administration Building which is located at 517 4th Street in Gwinn, across the street from the air museums' outdoor aircraft displays. Between the information sessions, there will also be a tour of the Envoy facilities.
Aviation Maintenance Technology
Technology and Occupation Sciences Department (e-mail)
Admissions Office (e-mail)
800-682-9797 or 906-227-2650
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at nmu.edu/institutionalresearch/disclosure.