Applied Studies: Aviation Powerplant Technician
North Central University’s Applied Studies: Aviation Powerplant Technician program will prepare you to perform extensive service, repairs, and inspections at Aviation Powerplants. Receive hands-on training. This degree is offered in partnership with Minneapolis College. Through it you’ll earn a bachelor’s degree from North Central and an associate’s degree from Minneapolis College while pursuing a fulfilling career in an in-demand field. It will also prepare you to take the FAA Aircraft & Powerplant (A&P) license exams.
What sets us apart
Skills you’ll gain
When you graduate from the Aviation Powerplant Technician program, you’ll be prepared with skills and knowledge in the inner workings of aviation powerplants. If you have interest in airplanes and aviation, this might be a good degree for you!
Our graduates succeed in a variety of jobs and careers. Here are some possibilities:
- Aviation Powerplant Technician
You could work in a variety of settings, including:
- Maintenance Hangars
All students must complete the General Education Core and Christian Studies Core. General electives may be added or an optional minor may be selected. You need 124 total credit hours to complete an Applied Studies: Aviation Powerplant Technician.
Meet one of your professors
Interim Dean of Graduate and Professional Education
Associate Professor, Business Administration
Department: College of Business and Technology
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