Aerospace Technology, Associate in Science
Previous Degree Required: HS Diploma
Eligible for Financial Aid: Yes
Delivery Method(s): On-Campus
Additional Limited Access Application Process Required: Yes
Program Testing Requirements: CPT - Common Placement Test (PERT, ACCUPLACER, SAT, ACT)
Academic Community: STEM
Program Code: ATAS
Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code: 15.0801
Florida Department of Education CIP Code: 1615080100
The Aerospace Technology A.S. degree program has the following associated College Credit Certificates (CCCs):
This program prepares students for employment as aerospace technicians who assemble, service, test, operate, and repair systems associated with both expendable and reusable space launch vehicles, payloads, related laboratories, and ground support equipment. This program also provides supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in this industry. Instruction is designed to qualify students for examinations for certification as an aerospace technician in various skill areas. Graduates may also qualify for many applied-technology jobs such as testing, fabrication, assembly, production, repair, and manufacturing. Visit the program page for more details and how to apply.
|General Eduation Courses|
|ENC 1101||Composition 1||3|
|MAC 1105||College Algebra||3|
|Humanities Core Requirement||3|
|Natural Science Core Requirement||3|
|Social/Behavioral Science/Core-Civic Literacy Requirement||3|
|AFR 1100||Introduction to the Aerospace Workplace||3|
|EETC 1005||Basic Electricity/Electronics||4|
|EETC 2609||Electronic Fabrication and Fiber Optics||3|
|ETIC 1830||Materials and Processes 1||3|
|ETIC 1832||Materials and Processes 2||3|
|ETIC 1850||Aerospace Systems||4|
|ETIC 1852||Aerospace Test and Measurements||4|
|ETIC 1853||Aerospace Safety and Quality||3|
|ETIC 1855||Aerospace Structural Fabrication 1||3|
|ETIC 2411||Technical Task Analysis/Implementation||3|
|ETIC 2851||Applied Mechanics||4|
|ETIC 2856||Aerospace Structural Fabrication 2||3|
|ETMC 2318||Aerospace Fluid Systems||3|
|PSC 1341||Physical Science for Today's World||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Fundamentals of Speech Communication|
|Technical Electives (Optional)|
|Total Credit Hours||64|
For application and program information contact: Aerospace Programs at (321) 433-5771 or email.
Learning Outcomes: Aerospace Technology A.S.
- Demonstrate electrical skills that reflect the basic understanding of electrical circuits, the ability to use basic test equipment, and the ability to fabricate electrical and fiber optic cables.
- Supports Core Ability: Process Information
- Practice shop safety, personal safety, equipment safety and proper usage of tools and equipment
- Supports Core Ability: Model Ethical and Civic Responsibility
- Fabricate a capstone project specific to aerospace utilizing technical reports, blueprints and other data sources. Troubleshooting and repair of electrical, mechanical, and fluid systems will be required. reports, blueprints and other data sources.
- Supports Core Ability: Think Critically and Solve Problems
- Demonstrate mechanical skills that reflect the ability to use hand tools bench tools, and precision measuring equipment to fabricate projects from blueprints and technical specifications
- Supports Core Ability: Communicate Effectively
- Demonstrate the ability to work with composite materials including understanding what composite materials are and to use processes such as vacuum bagging to fabricate basic parts.
- Supports Core Ability: Work Cooperatively