Aviation Technology

Transportation is a critical sector of the United States economy.  Almost 10 million people are employed in transportation or transportation-related occupations. This industry sector represents over 11 percent of the gross domestic product and is among the fastest growing of all sectors. There will be a growing number of career opportunities in a variety of professional and technical occupations, as well as high-wage, entry-level occupations that can provide career advancement opportunities.

This career cluster prepares students for careers involving automotive repair, automotive collision repair, and aviation.  Automotive careers require you to have a strong mechanical ability.  The nation’s dependence on automobiles means the job demand will remain strong in the automotive fields. Aviation programs prepare students for a range of possible aviation careers, such as pilots, aircraft engineers, air traffic control specialists, aircraft mechanics, or airline statisticians.

Aviation Flight Courses Offered:

  • Introduction to Aerospace
  • Aviation I: Principles of Flight
  • Aviation II: Advanced Flight

Aviation Maintenance Courses Offered:

  • Introduction to Aerospace
  • Aviation Maintenance I
  • Aviation Maintenance II: Dual Enrollment