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Avionics/A&P Electronics Engineering
Award Type
AAS
Credits
135
Ends
09/18
Anticipated Graduates
25
Contact
Steve Wilson
509-533-7131
steve.wilson@scc.spokane.edu
Categories
Aviation Maintenance Technology
Electronics
Description
The aviation maintenance industry of today’s highly technological world needs technicians prepared for the dynamic field of advanced flat panel display digital avionics systems installation and maintenance. The program provides a two-quarter, comprehensive curriculum to prepare the A&P student to meet this need. The program provides a one quarter add-on curriculum to prepare the electronics technician students to meet this need. This program’s initial offering will be summer 2018 with graduates expected at the end of summer 2019. State-of-the art concepts are taught, as well as practical laboratory techniques, which provide the circuit analysis skills necessary for avionics technicians. This program is an add-on or stackable credential for both the aviation maintenance and electronics AAS programs here at SCC.
Skill Sets
1. Computer Fundamentals for Electronics 2. AC/DC Circuits 3. DC/AC Circuit Math 4. Written Communication 5. Solid State Devices/Circuits 6. Linear Devices/Circuits. 7. Employment Preparation 8. Digital Concepts 9. Basic Computer Systems 10. Communication Fundamentals 11. RF Communications 12. Principles of Avionics 13. Avionics Systems

More Programs at
Spokane Community College

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Machinist Computer Numerical Control Degree (CNC)
Spokane Community College


Spokane Community College
1810 N Greene St
Spokane, WA 99217



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