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The program -- the only one of its kind in the state -- teaches students about general aviation maintenance, electrical and electronic systems, flight management and flight control systems and
Students who complete the two-year course get an associate's degree in applied science in aviation electronics technology. GTCC said it has placed all of the program's graduates during the past three years in aviation jobs.
New day and evening classes will start in the fall. For more information, visit the program's website.
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