The Associate of Applied Science in Airframe and Powerplant Technician program prepares students to work in the aviation maintenance field. Students learn by taking practical courses, which teach them general mechanical and maintenance principles. These principles are reinforced through hands-on training to understand, maintain and inspect aircraft systems such as airframe components and materials, electrical wiring, hydraulics, avionics, fuel systems, propellers, engines and more. Course topics include properly maintaining records, following regulations, and performing inspections. Graduates will be prepared to test for certification as an Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) with both Airframe and Powerplant ratings. Potential careers include aviation technician, aviation inspector, aviation maintenance instructor and other aviation maintenance-related positions.
*Costs are estimates and are subject to change. Please visit the tuition and fees details page for precise details or call 417-447-7500. Degree time/credits vary with students' enrollment and course completion. Graduation retention varies by case. For program enrollment, retention, exam/certification, and employment rates visit Student Outcomes/Student Right-to-Know. Salary information is provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Some careers on this list may require additional education and training. For program-specific accreditation visit OTC Accreditation.
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