Create, build and troubleshoot electronic, analog, digital, computer and industrial control components. Operate, measure and calibrate a wide range of components using specialized test equipment. Analyze, troubleshoot and maintain instrumentation and control systems used in communications, satellite GPS and aeronautics.
Career Focus: Prepared for immediate employment, military, and further education.
As the need to maintain our nation’s vastly different aircraft continues to become more complex, the Aircraft Electronics Technician career major assists students in acquiring the knowledge, education and training standards associated with the daily duties, tasks and maintenance of today’s aviation electronics.
Tuition, fees, career majors, courses, and hours are subject to change without notice. Exam fees are nonrefundable.