Aerospace Education Programs in ArkansasMay 23, 2019
Arkansas leads the South in aerospace education, offering a wide variety of certification programs and degrees. Students can participate in career training programs focused on aerospace technology and manufacturing, become a professional pilot, obtain four-year degrees in aviation and engineering, and even earn their master’s degree or Ph.D.
The aerospace-related programs are in the areas of aviation, airframe, aircraft, engineering and engineering technology. The first map shows the 32 institutes across the state that offer programs in the areas mentioned above.
These education programs offer different levels of credentials, including a certificate of proficiency, technical certificate, advanced certificate, associate degree, baccalaureate degree, post-baccalaureate degree, master’s degree and doctorate degree. The second map shows the number of credentials that the programs awarded in 2018.
The third map shows the institutes that provide programs specifically in aviation-related fields (i.e. aviation, airframe and aircraft), excluding the more general engineering-related programs mentioned in the first point. The purpose is to give a more focused look at the specialty training programs in the aerospace industry.
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