Master the broad range of skills needed to work with aircraft electronics including GPS systems, autopilot, communication systems, and weather radar. Learn avionics installation, operating systems, troubleshooting and system integration.
Selective Admissions Program: In order to be fully admitted to this program, you must fulfill the requirements listed in Program Admissions. See an advisor for details.
Title IV Financial Aid eligible: Yes
What can I do with this certificate?
Career Options: Seek entry-level positions in aircraft avionics, diagnostics, maintenance
Academic Options: Continue your studies by
Program Requirements 2018-2019
The following prerequisites must be fulfilled (with grades posted) before students may begin the program application process.
REA 091 Reading Improvement II with a C or better or reading assessment score at level of REA112
Required Core Courses
A grade of C or better is required for graduation.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|ATT 100||Basic Electricity for Avionics||3|
|ATT 101||Avionics Familiarization||3|
|ATT 102||Aircraft Electrical Systems||3|
|ATT 103||Basics of Avionics Installation||3|
|ATT 104||Operating Systems I, Communication and Navigation||4|
|ATT 201||Operating Systems II, GPS Navigation and Autopilot||3|
|ATT 202||GPS Navigation and Autopilot Installation||5|
|ATT 203||Avionics Test Equipment||4|
|ATT 204||Glass Cockpit Installer||5|
|ATT 205||Operating Systems III, Infrared and Weather Radar||3|
|ATT 206||Infrared and Weather Radar Installation||5|
|GTM 105V||Applied Technical Math for Aviation||3|
|Total (not including program prerequisites)||44|
|Total (including program prerequisites)||44-51|