Avionics Technology


In the CTE Avionics Technology Program students are prepared to technical knowledge and skills to repair, service and maintain electronics aboard an aircraft as well as the wiring that connects to the electrical system. Through the close coordination of power plant and electronics curriculum, the student is prepared to enter aviation and non-aviation industry at an entry level. Upon completion of Avionics Technician I and Avionics Technician II, the student is prepared and eligible to apply for licensing by the FAA as a certified Powerplant Technician.


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Application Form Required


This is a dual enrollment college program; prospective students are required to complete and submit an application form to their high school counselor to be considered for enrollment into this program. More information along with the program application, can be found under the Parents/Students tab.

The Avionics Program is offered at the following locations:

  • MIAT College of Technology, Canton Campus
  • Wayne County Community College Downriver - WCCCD, Downriver Campus

Additional Credit Requirements for Graduation:

Cross credit with some academic credit, including 4th year related math, and VPAA may be available and will be reviewed with each district's counseling department.

Possible Articulations:

  • MIAT College of Technology
    Washtenaw Community College 
    Wayne County Community College District


After graduation, students may take the FAA exams for Radio and Electrical by the aviation industry.

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