Main Office: (575) 527-7599
Aerospace technology refers to the construction, testing, and maintenance of aircraft and space vehicles. Technicians may be involved in the assembly, service, testing, operation, and repair of systems associated with dependable and reusable space launch vehicles and related ground support equipment. The successful candidate in this new field will possess a very broad range of technology-based skills. The curriculum includes the core skills used in spaceflight technology, as well as instruction in commercial spaceflight requirements. It also prepares students for the nationally recognized SpaceTEC certification examination, which qualifies graduates for opportunities at Spaceport America and emerging local aerospace-related industries in southern New Mexico. The broad skills and knowledge students acquire in this program also are applicable to jobs in electronics and manufacturing.
Contact any of our professional faculty and staff for more information and advising.
Marco Garay - (575) 527-7719 - email@example.com
Eddie Sanchez - (575) 528-7460 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Briggs - (575) 527-7591 - email@example.com
For course descriptions on any of our program classes, please go to the link(s) below that correspond to your specific field of study.
Aerospace Technology – http://catalog.nmsu.edu/aert
Automation & Manufacturing Tech. - http://catalog.nmsu.edu/mat
Automotive Technology - http://catalog.nmsu.edu/auto
Building Construction Technology - http://catalog.nmsu.edu/bct
Creative Media Technology - http://catalog.nmsu.edu/cmt
Drafting and Design Technology - http://catalog.nmsu.edu/drft
Electronics Technology - http://catalog.nmsu.edu/elt
Environmental & Energy Technology - http://catalog.nmsu.edu/tcen
General Engineering Technology - http://catalog.nmsu.edu/geng
HVAC - http://catalog.nmsu.edu/hvac
Water Technology – http://catalog.nmsu.edu/watr
Welding Technology - http://catalog.nmsu.edu/weld