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Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology ‐ Programs, Tuition, and Reviews

Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology is located in Tulsa, OK, but also offers classes online. This school offers training in 49 qualifications, with the most reviewed qualifications being Airframe and Powerplant License, ASNT Level 2 in Radiography, and Eddy Current. Time to complete this education training ranges from 11 months to 2 years depending on the qualification, with a median time to complete of 18 months. The cost to attend Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology ranges from $13,000 to $65,000 depending on the qualification, with a median cost of $27,000. When asked how they paid for their training, most reviewers responded, "I paid for it myself".

The most commonly reported benefits of attending Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology are "Hands-on training" and "Good teachers", but respondents also mentioned "Positive environment" and "Good career preparation" as notable benefits. Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology has been reviewed 53 times, with an average rating of 3.96 out of 5. About 83% of reviewers would recommend Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology to a friend.

School Information

8820 East Pine Street Tulsa, OK 74115
11 months - 2 years

Cost:

  • Level I & II VT: $27,000
  • FAA Airframe & Powerplant Certificate: $20,000
  • OSHA 10: $27,000
  • A&P Lincenses: $40,000
  • Private Pilot: Under $10
  • MT Level II certificate: $28,000
  • Aircraft Maintenance Certificate: $40,000
  • Commercial Pilot Certificcate: $45,000
  • Quality Control A.S. Degree: $28,000
  • NDT Certificates: $28,000
  • Airframe/powerplant certificate: $40,000
  • Airfrane and Powerplant Certificate: $20,000
  • NDT UT level 2 certified: $24,000
  • F.a.a. Airframe & Powerplant Certificate: $47,000
  • NCCER Certification: $30,000
  • FCC Repairman License: $20,000
  • Associate in Airframe and Powerplant Technician: $30,000
  • NDT technician: $26,550
  • FAA Corrosion Control Certificate: $40,000
  • Universal Certification: $65,000
  • Private Pilot; Instrument Rating Certificate: $100,000
  • Non-Cab Operated Crane CAT-3 License: $24,000
  • ASNT Level 2 in Radiography: $24,000 - $25,000
  • Ultrasonic Examination: $24,000 - $25,000
  • Magnetic Particle Testing: $24,000 - $25,000
  • Liquid Penetrant Testing: $24,000 - $25,000
  • Eddy Current: $24,000 - $25,000
  • Visual Inspection: $24,000 - $25,000
  • Leak Testing.: $25,000
  • Commercial Multi and Single: $90,000
  • Pilot License: $70,000
  • General Radiotelephone Operator License (Element 1): $34,000
  • Leak Testing Certificate: $24,000
  • Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC): $27,000
  • Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) Certified: $25,000

Enrollment:

Total undergraduate population*

1,653

Undergraduate population breakdown*
Asian
5%
Black
5%
Hispanic
14%
Multiracial
4%
Native American
3%
Pacific Islander
0%
Unknown
7%
White
43%

*Source: College Scorecard, 2019

What do students think about this program?

Top pros

Hands-on training Mentioned in 39 reviews
Good teachers Mentioned in 32 reviews
Positive environment Mentioned in 26 reviews

Recent reviews

4.0

Pros

Flexible class hours, Good teachers, Good career preparation, Hands-on training

Cons

Not enough jobs in this field in northeast Oklahoma.

Other comments

Good combination of classroom and lab. Nice not to have to stay at a desk the whole time. Good to interact with other people with the same interests in aerospace industry and/or quality inspection, using science, math, chemistry, and physics.Also, this school is actively involved with the STEM program, encouraging high school teenagers to go into technology.
4.0

Pros

Good teachers, Affordable, Positive environment, Good career preparation, Hands-on training

Cons

The school was located in a bad neighborhood.

Other comments

First thing you should know is be on time. This school emphasizes the late policy to prepare you for the real world. The instructors at this school also emphasize the dress code of wearing the assigned polo shirts with them tucked in to create a professional business atmosphere for the students to become accustom to.

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Airframe and Powerplant License Questions & Answers

What do people wish they knew before earning their Airframe and Powerplant License?

481 people answered

“I wish I would have looked for an employer sponsorship before getting this certification.”

Oct. 30, 2019

“Nothing, it was exactly what was needed.”

Oct. 30, 2019

What advice would you give to someone interested in earning their Airframe and Powerplant License?

522 people answered

“Get a job that is related to the field so you can know beforehand what mechanics do. Example, aircraft fueler or line service.”

Oct. 30, 2019

“To do as much as you can in school while you have the opportunity.”

Oct. 30, 2019
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