Certificate of Completion
Associate of Technical Science Degree

Aerospace Electronics

Significant increases in employment are expected in the aerospace industry, as well as a need for more workers with aviation-related skills. WVC is part of the Air Washington consortium and will train electronics workers for manufacturing and servicing of electronic components and equipment.

The industrial technology-aerospace electronics associate of technical science (ATS) degree and one-year aerospace electronics technician certificate provides a broad foundation in electronics training. Instruction emphasizes a hands-on approach, use of sophisticated test equipment, and a solid base of information concerning the hardware and software of control systems for technical applications. These programs offer preparation for multiple nationally recognized industry certifications that may lead to employment and opportunities for future advancements with companies specializing in manufacturing or servicing all types of electronic equipment, including manufacturing and servicing of aerospace electronics.

For more information about graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information, visit www.wvc.edu/aerospaceelectronics.

Suggested Course Sequence:

Associate of Technical Science Degree (requires all first- and second-year courses)
Aerospace Electronics Technician Certificate of Completion (entire first year)

Offered at Wenatchee campus

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First Year - Fall Quarter

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First Year - Winter Quarter

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First Year - Spring Quarter

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Total Credits for Aerospace Electronics Technician Certificate of Completion: 55-56


Second Year - Winter Quarter

MATH 100, OCED 102: Placement score required.

Program outcomes

Upon Completion of WVC’s Industrial Aerospace Electronics program the successful student should be able to:

  • Correctly and safety use a variety of electrical testing equipment.
  • Comprehend electrical equipment installation and servicing literature.
  • Communicate with other professionals and the general public using terminology appropriate for the aerospace industry.
  • Identify specific aerospace-related equipment and service using industry specific (or standardized) service techniques.
  • Acquire training and education to seek employment or advance in current employment.
  • Understand on the job safety precautions.
  • Seek employment using skills and techniques geared toward the aerospace industry jobs.
  • Present and intelligently discuss their individual portfolios during job interviews.