Special Features: Transfer ability within related major and into various degree options with minimal credit loss. Pre-technological preparation; peer tutorial program; independent study degree project required for graduation; Aircraft Maintenance Technology course combines the Federal Aviation Administration Airframe & Powerplant Certificate in the Associate in Occupational Studies, Associate in Applied Science or Bachelor of Science Degree. Air Force ROTC and Army AROTC available for A.A.S. and B.S. students. Professional accreditation by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology of A.A.S. in Aeronautical Engineering Technology and Maintenance, in addition to institutional accreditation by Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The College participates in the Federal Aviation Administration's Air Traffic Control Collegiate Training Initiative. Financial Aid: Grants: Pell, TAP. Loans: Perkins, Stafford. Scholarships available. V.A. approved. Additional forms of financial assistance also available. Exceptional career development/placement services. Lifetime career assistance. Ninety-two percent graduation placement rate.
Admissions Requirements: High school graduate or GED; average SAT score: 1038 (critical reading and mathematics); strong mathematical and science education; strong communication skills.
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