Avionics Associate Degree
Pilots depend upon avionic technicians to install, maintain and repair crucial flight equipment, including communication radios, transponders, digital audio systems, flight management computers, auto pilot systems and much more.
With a degree from TSTC’s Avionics Technology, you can begin an interesting career that pays. TSTC’s Avionics Technology offers both an associate degree and certificate program that provide the intricate skills and technical training needed to succeed in this field. Expert faculty with practical field experience, an advisory board offering the latest industry information and critical hands-on experience on first-rate technical equipment can lead to a successful career as a professional avionics technician.
Students in this program will have access to the only avionics training facility in Texas that has been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as a Certified Repair Station (CRS #FT8R150Q). The lab is a fully functional repair facility authorized by the FAA to perform real maintenance on real aircraft.
The curriculum includes college-transferable courses in science, mathematics and English required for the Associate of Applied Science degree, and helps prepare students to obtain the Federal Communication Commission’s General Radio-telephone Operator’s License.