Academic Programs • Aviation Maintenance Technology

 • Visit Aviation Maintenance Technology program information on MC's online catalog

 

The Aviation Maintenance Technology program prepares students for careers as aviation airframe technicians, or aviation powerplant technicians. Specific areas of training include aircraft structure inspection and testing; federal aviation regulations; aircraft and electronic flight instrument systems; aircraft auxiliary systems; aircraft welding; aircraft electrical systems; hydraulic, pneumatic, and fuel systems; and occupational safety and health codes.

The Aviation Maintenance Technology program reflects the continuing efforts of Midland College in its mission to prepare students for employment, in business and industry, occupational advancement, retraining, and/or pursuit of higher degrees or certification. The Aviation Maintenance Technology program offers two certificate options. The student may elect to complete a certificate in Airframe Maintenance Technology, or a certificate in Powerplant Maintenance. Upon successful completion of the Aviation Maintenance Technology program, the certificate(s) earned qualifies the student to take the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) examination for the Airframe and/or Powerplant licenses.

Director
Tommy Branon
MIA, Hangar "E"
(432) 563-8952
tbranon@midland.edu

Faculty
Ed Muñoz
MIA, Hangar "E"
(432) 563-8952
lmunoz@midland.edu

Faculty
John McBurney
MIA, Hangar "E"
(432) 563-8952
jmcburney@midland.edu 

Faculty
Chad Farris
MIA, Hangar "E"
(432) 563-8952
cfarris@midland.edu 

 

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The US Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that “prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation.” Midland College is committed to creating an educated workforce by offering occupational programs that lead to gainful employment.

 • Airframe Mechanics and Aircraft Maintenance
 • Powerplant