Aviation Maintenance Programs
Airframe Maintenance Mechanic, AAS
Lansing Community College offers an Associates Degree in Applied Sciences as an Airframe Maintenance Technician. AMTs are part of a growing field expected to rise in demand by seven percent between 2010-2018. Our coursework and certification can be completed over the course of 18 months or two years.
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Powerplant Maintenance Technician, AAS
Are you looking for a popular and fulfilling career as a Powerplant Maintenance Tech? Look no further, LCC offers an Applied Sciences Associates Degree in this promising field. Powerplant Maintenance Technicians are employed all over the world from major air carriers, freight operators, commercial airlines and more.
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Airframe Maintenance Technician, CA
Commercial airlines are the largest single employer of AMT's. By getting your certificate of achievement you will have the opportunity to expand your knowledge of airframe maintenance practices used to maintain aircraft in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulations.
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Powerplant Maintenance Technician, CA
If you want to know the ins and outs of aviation technology, this is the certificate for you! Students trained in this program will maintain and repair aircrafts of many different sizes and types. In our program, students will learn the basic science and technical knowledge necessary to repair and maintain modern aerospace vehicle powerplants.
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Basic Aviation Technologies, CC
Not sure which exciting Aviation career is for you? Complete certificate requirements in Basic Aviation Technologies and use that towards your next step. You will still have gathered the knowledge necessary to successfully manage basic aviation maintenance practices in accordance with Federal Aviation regulations!
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Other Program Information
Transfer to Western Michigan University
Lansing Community College (LCC) and Western Michigan
have an agreement that facilitates the transfer of LCC students to the WMU Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance Technology.
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Many of the Aviation courses taught at LCC are offered throughout the academic year and can be taken to upgrade current skills or fulfill degree and certificate requirements. Visit the Course Offerings page for information pertaining to courses available during a particular semester.
Transportation Maintenance Technologies
West Campus, Room M103
Phone: (517) 267-6406
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