Industry certification related information
The Aerospace Technology program provides training for persons who are previously or currently employed in the aerospace or aeronautics career field. Instruction is designed to qualify students for national certification as an aerospace technician in various skill areas.
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Graduates of EFSC's Aerospace Technology program will qualify for the opportunity
to sit for the Certified Aerospace Technician Certification that is awarded by SpaceTEC. For more information view www.spacetec.org .
Persons who hold a SpaceTEC Certified Aerospace Technician Certification may be awarded as many as 25 credit hours - free of charge - in the Aerospace A.S. degree. Credit may be awarded after the student has completed 12 credit hours in the program and demonstrated competency. View this link to read the agreement that matches this certification to college credit.
Persons with a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airframe & Powerplant license may be awarded as many as 17 credit hours - free of charge - in the program after completing 12 credit hours. Use this link to read the agreement that matches this certification to college credit.
Persons with the Manufacturing Skills Standard Council-Certified Production Technician (MSSC-CPT) certification may be awarded up to 7 credit hours - free of charge - after
completing 6 credit hours in the program. View this link to read the agreement that matches this certification to college credit.
EFSC offers industry certification testing in Manufacturing Skills Standard Certification (MSSC), Solidworks, Autodesk, Adobe, CATIA and various computer technology certificates. Read more about industry certification testing at EFSC.