Tulsa Technology Center


Tulsa, OK, US - Vocational-Technical School

The Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) under Part 147 of Federal Aviation Regulations to provide training in airframe and powerplant mechanics.



Graduates with an FAA Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic's certificate are elgible to receive 27 credit hours toward an Associate Degree in Aviation Sciences from Tulsa Community College. Students may attend additional classes at Oklahoma State University for a Bachelor's or Master's degree in aviation Science.





EXCITING CAREER

OPPORTUNITES



Aircraft Manufacturing

Aircraft Rebuild and

Overhaul

Commercial and Cargo

Flight Operations

Air Charter Companies

Government Installations

Commercial Airlines

Aerospace Technologies

Aviation Training and

Management





PREREQUISITES



Official high school

transcript or GED

Certificate

Written pre-entrance exam





COURSE LENGTH/TIME



Day Classes: Approx. 19

months. (2,034 contact

hours) 7:30 am-2:20 pm,

Monday - Friday





START DATE



Varies, contact counselors at 918-828-4037 or 918-828-4038



MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT



16 students per class





COSTS



Tuition and Laboratory

$5300.00

Aviation Maintenance

Books (est.) $325.00

Tools - Student

Responsibility (est.)

$550.00- $1,000.00





FINANCIAL AID



Available to students who

qualify, call 918-828-5215

for information.





CERTIFICATION/LICENSURE



Graduates are elgible to

apply for the Federal

Aviation Administration

Aircraft Mechanics written,

oral, and practical exams.





TULSA TECHNOLOGY CENTER - RIVERSIDE CAMPUS

801 East 91st Street

Tulsa, OK 74132



Direct inquiries to:
Counselors
Tulsa Technology Center
Riverside Campus
801 E. 91st Street
Tulsa, OK 74132
US

Telephone: 918-828-4000
Email: donna.williams@tulsatech.org

School telephone: 918-828-4000
School web site: www.tulsatech.com