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Avionics Technology

Description: Graduates of the Avionics Technology Program of Study are trained to work on aircraft electronics in avionics repair stations.

GPA Requirement: Minimum 2.0 GPA

Salary: Average Salary in Georgia for an Avionics Technician - $77,330 (Source: O*Net Online)

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TCCs and Courses:

AI11 Avionics Installer

  • AVIO 1000 - Introduction to Aircraft/Aviation Fundamentals 2 credit hours
  • AVIO 1015 - Basic Aircraft Electricity 5 credit hours
  • AVIO 1025 - Basic Aircraft Electrical Wiring and Troubleshooting 3 credit hours
  • Program: 10 credit hours (DE Funding: 10 hours)

AT31 Avionics Technician

  • AVIO 2000 - Aircraft Navigation, Communication and Avionic Systems 3 credit hours
  • AVIO 2010 - Advance Aircraft Electricity 3 credit hours
  • AVIO 2020 - Advance Aircraft Wiring and Troubleshooting 3 credit hours
  • ProgramROGRAM: 9 credit hours (DE Funding: 9 hours)

 

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