Aviation Maintenance Management
Aviation Maintenance Management Associate and Bachelor's Degree - with A&P
Teaching the next generation of maintenance professionals how to service, support, inspect, maintain and operate various types of aircraft.
Offered as an associate and bachelor's degree, our aviation maintenance management program also prepares students to take the Federal Aviation Administration's Airframe and Powerplant certification. Lab space consists of more than 11,000 square feet for students to gain hands-on experience working on real aircraft.
Why our program?
You’ll work hands-on with more than 10 actual aircraft, from a Bell 206 helicopter to a cabin-class, turbine-powered King Air 90. Learn troubleshooting and analytical skills when you work on these aircraft, aircraft systems, electrical simulators and build your own aircraft components. We prepare aviation maintenance management students with the technical skills needed to excel in their career. You’ll learn the techniques of an aviation mechanic while also mastering the skills necessary to develop your career into a leadership role.
At the Aerospace and Technology Campus, we graduate aviation professionals, allowing you to take your career to any height. You’ll be responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting on a G1000 simulator, as well as building, troubleshooting and inspecting the wiring harnesses. You’ll also have the opportunity to build, repair and modify aircraft structures and systems. Our program provides you the ability to learn on actual aircraft, with a fleet of more than 10 operable aircraft ranging from a Bell helicopter to a cabin-class, turbine-powered King Air 90 available in the lab. In addition to the bachelor’s degree, our avionics electronics technology certificate is National Center for Aircraft Technician Training, or NCATT, certified and prepares you to pass the NCATT Aviation Electronics Technician certification.