• Aviation Technology

    Students in this course are dually enrolled and have the opportunity to earn college credit through Kellogg Community College (KCC) in addition to high school credit. The KCC aviation coursework is part of a bridge agreement with Western Michigan University, College of Aviation and is delivered as on-line courses. Wrap-around instruction is provided by EFE to ensure student success at the college level.  This program is designed to introduce students to many aspects of the aviation industry and is intended for students with an interest in pursuing any career related to aviation. Students will develop a broad knowledge base in subject areas ranging from evolution of airplanes and commercial aviation, flight operations, weather, airspace, navigation, regulations, and aircraft systems. Students have the opportunity to interact with industry experts and visit leaders in the field of aviation for career exploration. The program will feature many hands-on labs. Students may take this course for two years.

    Credits & Certifications

    • 2nd World Language Credit
    • 3rd Science Credit
    • 4th Related Math Credit
    • College Credit: Baker College, Northwestern Michigan College
    • Dual Enrollment: Kellogg Community College with bridge agreement to Western Michigan University’s College of Aviation

    Eligibility & Prerequisites

    • This course is available to 11th and 12th grade dual enrolled students
    • Must follow dual enrollment policies and expectations at Kellogg Community College

    Career Opportunities

    • Pilot
    • Aeronautical Engineer
    • Astronaut
    • Airplane Repair Specialist
    • FAA Inspector


    "The EFE Aviation program did so much to jump start my college career, and helped me to make a lot of connections in the industry as a high school student! I would recommend his program to any student who may be interested in aviation!" — Erich Miner, former EFE Aviation Technology student