Aviation Systems Technology

Launch your future with a career in Aviation Systems Technology! Gain the knowledge and skills to qualify for an aircraft mechanic’s certificate with airframe and/or powerplant ratings, putting you on the right track for a rewarding job in the aviation industry. This program has been Federal Aviation Administration Part 147-approved since 1969.

Course work includes aviation mathematics, FAA regulations, basic electricity, aircraft drawings; aircraft structures, systems, and components; aircraft engines, theory, systems, and components; and engine inspections and maintenance.

Upon completion of the Aviation System Technology program, you should be able to:

  • Comprehend subjects related to all aspects of general aircraft maintenance.
  • Inspect, troubleshoot, and repair all systems of airframe.
  • Inspect, troubleshoot, and repair all systems of powerplant.

Average Class Size:

20-25

Things to Consider:

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

ECU’s Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology Transfer Program
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Interested in earning a Bachelor’s? Our Aviation Systems Technology degree qualifies for East Carolina University’s BS in Industrial Technology Transfer Program! Once you receive your Associate in Applied Science degree at WCC, you have the option of transferring your credits to ECU towards a Bachelor’s in Industrial Technology (BSIT). Learn more about the program at ECU’s website.


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