Aviation Technician - Powerplant
MATC Aviation Center (422 East College Avenue), north of the Oak Creek Campus
This specialized training program concentrates on aircraft engine and propeller systems. Completion requires 750 class hours plus a General Component sequence. You must have high mechanical aptitude, and the ability to remain organized and meticulous under deadline pressure.
This program is governed by the Federal Aviation Administration; a companion diploma program in Airframe maintenance is also offered.
Career Outlook: Aircraft propulsion mechanics remain in high demand and work for airlines, corporations and commuter lines. Completing both the Powerplant and Airframe Aviation Technician technical diplomas boost earnings considerably.
Program Code: 31-402-3
Start Dates: August/January
Special Admission Requirements: Completion of the General Component (eight first-semester classes) or instructor approval; background in mathematics and physical sciences recommended.
Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2015 – Spring 2016 Course Requirements