This Aerospace Manufacturing Technology programs include sequences of courses designed to produce an aerospace technician with multiple skill sets and a well-rounded understanding of the aerospace industry. Students can master the high-demand skills of Mechanical Assembly, Composite Fabrication or Basic Avionics. Additional coursework taken from a core set of aviation topics provides students with an in-depth perspective on the aviation industry. Topics include quality control, aerospace manufacturing and aircraft systems and components.

Choose from an Associate of Applied Science, typically a 2-year program or a Technical Certificate, which is usually completed in a year or less. A Certificate of Completion option is also available to learn one specialized technique or discipline. Click the links below for course information, costs, average earning, placement rates and additional program information.

Degree and Certificate Options
Associate of Applied Science, Aerospace Manufacturing Technology 62 Credit Hours
Technical Certificate, Aerospace Manufacturing Technology 32 Credit Hours
Technical Certificate, Assembly Mechanic (Sheet Metal Assembly) 24 Credit Hours
Technical Certificate, Electrical Assembly 32 Credit Hours
Technical Certificate, Aerospace Quality Control 40 Credit Hours
Technical Certificate, Aerospace Tooling 27 Credit Hours

Admission Requirements & Additional Information

Program Checklist

Course Descriptions

4004 N. Webb Road, Wichita, KS 67226
New students may contact:

Beth Ferrell
Admissions Specialist


Current students may contact:

Rebekah Prichard
Academic Coach


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316.677.1091 (NCAT)
316.677.1027 (NCAT)


WATC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

The Higher Learning Commission
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500 • Chicago, IL 60604 • 800.621.7440

Students interested in this program may be eligible to apply for federal financial aid.

Program Integrity – Gainful Employment

In accordance with 34 CFR 668.6(b), that requires institutions to disclose certain information about the programs to prospective students, please see: Gainful Employment.

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