Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand

Pathway Information

  • Employees in aviation maintenance keep help keep our country and economy moving.  These are the technicians who service the planes that made Wichita the Air Capital of the World.  This pathway includes two strands:  avionics with the electrical and control components; and engine maintenance with engine, hydrualic and pneumatic systems.

  • Sequence of Courses

    Pathway Course ID Course Title Level Credit
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7173F/7173L AC Electronics A 0.50
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7185F/7186F 7185L/7186L Microcontrollers A 1.00
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7031/7032 Digital Electronics A 0.50
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7215F/7215L DC Electronics A 0.50
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7179F/7180F 7179L/7180L Integrated Circuits A 1.00
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7213F/7214F 7213L/7214L Drones A 1.00
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7149F/7150F 7149L/7150L Drones A 1.00
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7149F/7150F 7149L/7150L Aviation Workplace Experience A 1.00
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7470X/7470L Introduction to Industrial Technology I 0.50
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7423X/7423L Production Blueprint Reading I 0.50
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7143F/7143L Aviation Fundamentals T 0.50
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7157F/7157L Hand and Power Tools T 0.50
    Aviation Maintenance - Avionics Strand 7159F/7160F 7159L/7160L Foundations of Electronics T 1.00

    Courses offered may vary between schools.  To be considered a CTE Completer in the pathway, students must complete 3.0 credits within the course sequence, achieve 80% or greater competency on the course standards or industry proficiency exam, and graduate high school in four years.  At least 2.0 of the required 3.0 required credits must be a combination of technical and application level courses.

     

Career Opportunities

    • Electronics Assembly Installer

    • Powerplant Portion of an Airplane Maintenance Technician