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Aviation and Aerospace Technical Schools

George T. Baker Aviation School

AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY

This program provides a comprehensive, action-based foundation of knowledge and experiences for a wide variety of careers in Aerospace Technology.

Target Group: 9th Grade Students
Credits: Three Elective Credits (one year program)

 

Course Curriculum

Development of Aviation

Theory of flight
Manned space flight
Unmanned space flight
Universe

Computer Applications

Robotics
Computer Assisted Drawing
Word Processing
Flight Simulator
Graphics

Power Systems

Jet engines
Rocket engines
Solar cells
Nuclear power

Aerospace Communication

Math and Science

Systems Used in Space Environment

Electrical
Mechanical
Fluid
Pneumatic

Aerospace Environment

Quality assurance
Human performance
Weather performance
Colonization of space

Employability Skills Aerospace Occupations


Numerous projects involving kites, hot air balloons, parachutes, gliders, aircraft powered and nonpowered models, weather stations, and wind tunnels are used throughout the curriculum to demonstrate concepts and enhance understandings.

See your school counselor or occupational placement specialist for more details.

 


An Equal Employment/Equal Education Opportunity Institution.

Accredited by the Council on Occupational Education and Federal Aviation Administration Certificate # CT9T072R

George T. Baker Aviation School
3275 N.W. 42 Ave. Miami, FL 33142
Tel. (305) 871-3143


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