Ambitious student pursuing degree in Aerospace Administration and Operations eager to contribute developed knowledge in any role. Adaptable and driven with strong work ethic and ability to thrive in team-based or individually motivated settings.
AAS Aviation Electronics Technology
Aviation Electronics Technology
1956 hours, 50% hands on training)
Dean's List, 1 term, President's List, 2 terms, GPA 3.63
FCC Element 1-Basic Radio, Element 3-Electronics, Element
Aircraft Electronics Technician certificate (AET)
Academic Experience: Skills gained include reading and following maintenance manual instructions, reading and interpreting equipment drawings and electronics schematics, use of basic tools and testing equipment, electronic theory, and extensive installation, troubleshooting and repair of electronic and avionics systems in the following areas: Aircraft Systems, Core Electronics, Aircraft Radar & Pulse Systems, AC Theory & Semiconductors Devices, Aircraft Communications Systems Digital Circuits and Devices, APU's and Generators, Electronic Communications, Pitot-Static Systems.
Unmanned Aerial systems
Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS)
Drafting, Blueprints, Wiring Diagrams
Hole and surface Mount Soldering (bench level)
Basic Airframe Mechanics Component and Circuit Function
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