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Avionics Technician


Master the broad range of skills needed to work with aircraft electronics including GPS systems, autopilot, communication systems, and weather radar.  Learn avionics installation, operating systems, troubleshooting and system integration. 

Program/Major Codes: CRTAVN/AVN

What can I do with this certificate?

Career Options:  Seek entry-level positions in aircraft avionics, diagnostics, maintenance and repair.

Academic Options: Continue your studies by take additional courses toward the Aviation Technology AAS degree.

More Information:  Review program costs, student debt, on-time graduation and more. 

Program Requirements

Program Prerequisites

The following prerequisites must be fulfilled (with grades posted) before students may begin the program application process.


REA 091  Reading Improvement II with a C or better or reading assessment score at level of REA112


MAT 086 Prealgebra with a C or better or math assessment score at level of MAT 092 or higher




General Education Requirements

A grade of C or better is required for graduation.

Communication Requirement 3
Analysis and Critical Thinking Requirement 3
Subtotal 6

Required Core Courses

A grade of C or better is required for graduation.

Course # Course Title Credits
ATT 101 Avionics Familiarization 3
ATT 102 Aircraft Electrical Systems 3
ATT 103 Basics of Avionics Installation 3
ATT 104 Operating Systems I, Communication and Navigation 3
ATT 200 Communication and Navigation Installation 5
ATT 201 Operating Systems II, GPS Navigation and Autopilot 3
ATT 202 GPS Navigation and Autopilot Installation 5
ATT 203 Avionics Test Equipment 3
ATT 204 Glass Cockpit Installer 5
ATT 205 Operating Systems III, Infrared and Weather Radar 3
ATT 206 Infrared and Weather Radar Installation 5
Subtotal 41
Total 47-54