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Aerospace Technology Associate in Science

This degree is a full-time program and students may choose from a DAYTIME or an EVENING schedule.

View the Aerospace Technology degree requirements and the course sequence.

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Program Deadlines

Daytime Aerospace Technology courses are offered beginning in the Fall semester (beginning in August). Deadline to apply for the Fall semester is July 10th.

Evening courses for the Aerospace program start in the Spring semester (beginning in January). Deadline to apply for the Spring semester is December 10th.

An interview and special application to the Aerospace Technology program is required. To schedule an interview and obtain an application, contact Phil Sweeney at 321-433-5771 or

Credit for Industry Certifications

If you have a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airframe and Power Plant (A&P) Certificate or a SpaceTec Certified Aerospace Technician Certificate you may be able to receive college credit. Students should contact the program faculty, Mr. Bill Fletcher at 321-433-7751 before registering for courses to determine if the certification can apply toward college credit.