Aviation Maintenance Degree Programs
Aviation maintenance training and earning a college degree go hand-in-hand at these schools. Here's just a few of the advantages of earning a degree while you're learning the skills you need to become an A&P aircraft mechanic: Most, if not all, colleges, universities and academies that offer aviation maintenance degrees are accredited institutions which means you can trust these schools. Accreditation means these schools must meet or exceed rigorous regulations and scrutiny by both their accrediting agency and the governing body where the school is located. In addition, accredited schools' curricula must be approved and up-to-date in order to maintain accredited status. Most of these schools also are elibible to offer financial aid grants and loans to those who qualify. Finally, a college degree will help differentiate you in today's job market.
Choose from our Associate of Science, or Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance Science, both degree include the FAA Airframe and Powerplant certification under FAA Part 147 regulations. Hands-on training with high tech equipment. Learn from expert instructors on a midsize campus that is fully accredited and only four miles from the beach. Approved for veterans training (GI Bill/Post-9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program. Specialized Avionics Line Maintenance minor available. All programs are eligible for financial aid. Come to America's most respected institution for aviation and aerospace studies!
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