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College Catalog & Student Handbook 2022-2023 
    
College Catalog & Student Handbook 2022-2023

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Avionics Electronic Technician, Diploma



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Offered at North Campus

The Avionics Electronic Technician program trains students to operate, service, and repair the principal avionics systems carried in today’s passenger, cargo, business-class, and general aviation aircraft. This program is a concurrent enrollment program that is either paired with the Aviation Maintenance AAS or the Electronic Engineering AAS. The program curriculum focuses on the fundamentals of electrical theory and their applications on all categories of avionics systems. Students will have the opportunity to remove and install equipment into fixed wing turbine, propeller aircraft and rotorcraft. Students will also train to pass the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) General Radio Telephone Operator license. With this training in the Avionics Electronic Technician program, students are prepared for success as an Avionics Technician, but have also mastered a larger skill set for rapid career advancement in aviation maintenance. 

To enroll, complete an application and attend any required academic orientation and information sessions. Students may enroll in this program at the beginning of the Fall term. 

Students meeting all program and graduation requirements receive a diploma. 

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Have an understanding of avionic theory.
  2. Be familiar with avionic systems.
  3. Have a basic understanding of troubleshooting avionic systems.
  4. Be familiar with typical aircraft circuits.
  5. Interpret equipment and aircraft manuals.
  6. Interpret avionic FAA regulations.
  7. Identify the FCC license requirements.
  8. Analyze aircraft communications, navigation, landing, flight instrument, warning systems.
Program Total: 34 Credits

Term I


Total: 3 Credits


Term II


Total: 3 Credits


Term III


Total: 4 Credits


Term IV


Total: 4 Credits


Total: 3 Credits


Term VI


Total: 3 Credits


Total: 3 Credits


Term VIII


Total: 11 Credits


Notes:


*Refer to General Education Course Requirements (A.A.S.)  for approved courses.

*Optional Course(s)

 

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