With an Aircraft Maintenance Technician Certificate you may be involved in the maintenance of several different kinds of aircraft, such as helicopter, fixed wing, and jets. Getting a degree in Aviation Maintenance opens up even more doors for you.
Airline Maintenance: Working on major and regional aircraft.
Helicopter Maintenance: Governmental operations, police, oil companies, and fire suppression.
Fixed Base Operators: Working for a local airport, duties could involve general aviation aircraft commercial operations as well as some corporate.
Personal Aircraft Maintenance: Know of a friend that owns an airplane? Maybe you could be the one that keeps it airworthy.
Mission Service: Most mission pilots are Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics as well. you wouldn't want to break down in the middle of nowhere and not know how to fix the problem.
Building Aircraft: Perhaps you have a hobby of building aircraft, knowing more about that experimental aircraft would never hurt.
Higher Education: Conceivably you may find yourself loving to teach, so you are always welcome to come back and teach for us here at Andrews University.
- Avionics Technician
- Experimental Aircraft Inspector
- Airport Lighting Systems Technician
- Accident Investigator
- Maintenance Data System Analyst