Aerospace Electronics Career Training

Avionics Electronics Technician

  • 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

Prepared for immediate employment, military, and further education

Full-time Career Majors

Career Major Titlesort descending Who can enroll Tuition (in-state) Days Clock Hours Site
Aircraft Electronics Technician Adult $2,820 M-Th 1128 ACC

Brian HartTeacher - Brian Hart


  • Navy Technical Training Schools
  • BS - Aviation Management - Southern Illinois University (Magna Cum Laude)
  • M.Ed. - University of Central Oklahoma


  • OU Technical Instructor
  • FCC General Radiotelephone Operator License + Radar Endorsement
  • FAA Airframe & Powerplant 
  • NCATT Aircraft Electronics Technician

Work Experience:

  • United States Navy
  • University of Oklahoma USPS Technical Instructor
  • Began teaching at Metro Technology Centers in 2010