Launch your future with a career in Aviation Systems Technology! Our program has been Federal Aviation Administration Part 147-approved since 1969 and we have the experience to put you on the right track for a rewarding job in the aviation industry. Graduates of the program can expect career opportunities that include airport fixed base operators; maintenance facilities; FAA repair stations; aircraft, engine or component manufacturers; corporate aviation maintenance departments; airlines; aircraft service centers; and military and governmental aircraft maintenance facilities. Pay ranges from $12.00 per hour to $24.00 per hour for entry-level positions. Some employers hiring our graduates include Gulfstream American, General Electric Jet Engine, ACL, Jet Logistics, Progress Energy, NADEP Cherry Point, N.C. Department of Crime Control and Public Safety, and the N.C. Forest Service.

Credentials available: Associate of Applied Science Degree in Aviation Systems Technology

Average Class Size: 10 – 15

Things to Consider: The demand for aviation technicians is high and projected to grow rapidly.

Curriculum Courses by Semester

Aviation Systems Technology Degree (A60200)
Aviation Systems Technology Airframe Diploma (D60200A)
Aviation Systems Technology Power Plant Diploma (D6P200P)