Service and Maintain Aircraft

Aviation Maintenance Management Bachelor's Degree
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Aviation Maintenance Management

Our aviation maintenance program has industry-experienced professors teaching the next generation of mechanics how to service, support, inspect, maintain and operate various types of aircraft. Lab space consists of more than 11,000 square feet for students to gain hands-on experience working on real aircraft. In addition to earning a bachelor’s degree, our program prepares students to take the FAA’s Airframe and Powerplant mechanic certification.

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Simple Certification Process

Get your degree at a university that meets all Federal Aviation Administration requirements for the Airframe and Powerplant certificate. Graduate with your bachelor’s degree prepared to take the FAA A&P certification exams. Because we’re an FAA-certified testing location with professors who are mechanical examiners, you can take your exams right on campus – no travel required.

In-demand Career

Aircraft maintenance is a growing industry. With a 96% placement rate upon graduation, you’ll be on your way to securing a job in an industry with a median salary of $61,000. Our students work in private, commercial and military sectors.

Professional Development

At K-State Polytechnic, your success is our focus. We prepare you with the tools to get a job after graduation through various networking opportunities, from on-campus careers fairs to internships and conferences. With these tools at your fingertips, you’ll stand above the rest.

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