Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is divided into two categories: Category A & C (Airframes and Engines) and Category R & X (Avionics). The training focuses on imparting a student with the knowledge, skills and attitudes that should qualify him/her for industry. These programs will strive to develop in the professionals a capability for innovation and a passion for lifelong learning.
Aeronautical Electronics Engineering Program is intended to train technologists at the middle management level that will not only confidently install, maintain, repair, service, inspect and carry out all necessary tasks on ground-based aviation equipment, but all other electronic systems as well. Hence, the market for the graduate is not only aviation but other related electronics industries. This qualification is a bridge to enter higher engineering programs at university, thus meeting the requirement of middle management personnel.
The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) program is intended to equip trainees with knowledge, skills and appropriate attitudes to efficiently and effectively accomplish tasks in the field of ICT and develop computer-based systems with real-time response.