The Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology serves students seeking diplomas or Associate degrees in fields such as aviation maintenance, avionics, nondestructive testing, and quality control. Students can also get a Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Technology Management. The B.S. degrees take 17 months to complete after the Associate’s degree, depending on a student’s schedule and the exact program, and all give students the credentials needed to work in leadership positions in aviation industries all over the world.
Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology strives to help all students who qualify and wish to work with aircraft gain the funding needed to complete their studies. The school has multiple scholarships that can be awarded according to the student’s desired career or concentration of study, grade point average, and level of education or training. Consideration is also given to students who have a financial need, and funds are distributed based on availability. Spartan has a financial aid department whose sole job it is to connect qualified students with these financial resources.
In addition to helping students fund their studies, Spartan College helps them get the jobs they want, either while they’re in school or when they’ve completed their degrees. A Job Assistance Department helps students find either full- or part-time work opportunities that fit their school schedules, and regularly posts available positions where students can easily find them. The Graduate Career Center also consolidates information about jobs around the world and helps students prepare for interviews and write cover letters, resumes, and other materials needed to get a job.
Headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, The Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology has three campuses and 247,000 square feet of training space. Among the oldest aviation schools in the country, it has been in business since 1928.