Aviation Maintenance Technology Certificate
Students work in five lab areas: power plant, airframe, nondestructive testing, composite and sheet metal. Certificate students attend class for four semesters (two academic years) and receive all of the necessary preparation to take the FAA exam to become an A & P aviation mechanic.
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- Total Credits Required for Degree72