Aeronautical Technology

(including aviation maintenance and professional pilot)

A major in aeronautical technology is a challenging program of aviation study, including math, science, and management courses.  The professional pilot degree allows students to earn instrument flight instructor and multi-engine flight instructor certification, in addition to aviation application classes.  The aviation maintenance program allows students to build upon the practical aviation maintenance skills with courses related to advance aviation, business, and management. 

Related career titles

Aviation maintenance
Aviation inspector
Aviation mechanic
Aviation technician

Professional pilot
Aviation manager
Charter pilot
Commercial pilot
Corporate aviator
Crop duster
Flight instructor
Pilot
Pipeline patrol pilot

Resources available in ACIC*

Careers in Focus: Agriculture
Careers in Government
Opportunities in Aerospace Careers
Opportunities in Travel Careers        

*Books are available for checkout.

Related aeronautical technology links

K-State Department of Aviation Technology
http://www.salina.k-state.edu/academics/aviation

K-State at Salina College of Technology and Aviation
http://www.salina.k-state.edu  

Federal Aviation Administration
http://www.faa.gov

National Aeronautic Association
http://www.naa.aero

Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association - Career Pilot
http://www.aopa.org/AOPA-Live.aspx

Professional Aviation Maintenance Association
http://www.pama.org

AviationEmployment.com
http://www.aviationemployment.com

Aviation Career Salary Summary
www.avjobs.com/salaries-wages-pay/index.asp

Pilotjobs.com
http://www.pilotjobs.com