Avionics Electronic Technician (Diploma)


The Avionics Electrionic Technician Dipolima at Indian Hills Community College trains students to operate, service, troubleshoot, and repair the principal avionics systems carrried in today's passenger, cargo, business-class, and general aviation aircraft. This program can also be taken concurrently with the Aviation Maintenance A.A.S.

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Total Cost: $7,894
Entry Term: Fall
Length: 3 Terms or 9 Months

"If Aviation was a quote it would be, "the sky's not the limit, it's just the beginning." I took a huge leap of faith and it has been the best decision I have ever made."

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  • In-state tuition: $203 per credit hour
  • Out-of-state tuition: $255 per credit hour
  • Your total bill will be based on the number of credit hours for which you are enrolled. Some programs of study will require you to purchase a uniform, books, tools, or other items, and it is important to budget for these costs as well.
  • For more information on the Cost of Attendance, please visit our Financial Aid page.

Yes, we have five residence halls including apartment-style and traditional style dorms.

Indian Hills has articulation agreements and transfer plans with many four-year colleges and universities. However, not all credits are guaranteed to transfer because of differences in programs and requirements among various institutions. An Academic Advisor will also assist you in your future academic plans.

The first step in order to receive financial aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Complete and submit the FAFSA online. It is important to file the FAFSA as soon after October 1st as possible to ensure you receive priority processing.

Our school code is 008298.

Most degrees at Indian Hills can be completed in approximately 2 years depending on program and individual circumstances such as transfer credits and time away from school.

View detailed program requirements in our catalog.

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Dan Brauhn

Dan Brauhn
Professor, Aviation Maintenance Technology

641.683.4255 x4255
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Mattie Francis

Mattie Francis

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Kim Dreaden

Kim Dreaden
Program Director, North Campus

641.683.5111 x1738
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