Associate of Applied Science in Aircraft Structural Technology
2-Year Program of Study
The Aircraft Structural Technology (AST) degree program combines aircraft sheet metal theory and skills with practical experience to prepare the graduate for successful entry-level employment, job retention, and advancement in the manufacture and repair fields. Precision measurement, pneumatic drilling, riveting and repairing aircraft structures, inspecting and diagnosing aircraft damage, cutting and forming aircraft metals, fabricating and repairing flight control components, fiberglass, metal bonded, and honeycomb structures, as well as advanced composites are covered.
Aircraft Structural Technology is a two year degree program that emphasizes aircraft structural theory and practical application necessary for successful employment in the field. Program graduates can obtain employment within the aviation industry such as: Boeing, Gulfstream, Timco, Heart of GA Metal Crafters, and Parker Aerospace. See FAQ for more information about our Co-op program with Robins Air Force Base.
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