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1. The University of Michigan College of Engineering
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The University of Michigan (UM) College of Engineering in Ann Arbor (35 miles west of Detroit), in the Great Lakes Region of northeastern United States, is a global leader in engineering education and research offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs to US and international students.

Nearly all of U-M's 19 schools, colleges and divisions rank among the best in their fields, and Engineering is no exception. Our undergraduate programs are highly ranked and have a strong reputation for excellence. Michigan Engineering’s faculty are among the best in the U.S.

The very best students are attracted to Michigan Engineering from all over the world. They come to Ann Arbor to work in collaborative teams, explore entrepreneurial projects, develop international expertise and to apply creativity to find solutions for real-world problems. Applying classroom knowledge to real-world projects and working in multidisciplinary teams are vital components of the Michigan Engineering experience.
Undergraduate Degree Programs available through the following departments:

- Aerospace Engineering
- Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
- Industrial and Operations Engineering
- Materials Science
- Mechanical Engineering
- Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
- Nuclear and Radiological Sciences...
2. Lansing Community College, Aviation Maintenance Technology Center
Courses / Programs
Located in Lansing, Ingham County in Michigan, Lansing Community College (LCC) is a top-rated community college offering a variety of accredited certificate and associate degree programs, including a Federal Aviation Administration-approved program in Aviation Maintenance.

LCC's Aviation Maintenance School is the only Part 147 AMT School in Michigan that offers associate degree programs in Airframe and Powerplant Maintenance Technology. The LCC Aviation Maintenance Technology Center is located at Mason-Jewett Airport, less than 20 minutes from the main LCC campus.

Whether you get a rush troubleshooting and repairing aircraft systems or sitting behind the controls of a commercial airliner or a private plane thousands of feet above the ground, you can begin your flight plan with the academic and career training programs available through the Aviation Programs at Lansing Community College. Many of the aviation courses taught at LCC are offered throughout the academic year and can be taken to upgrade current skills or fulfill degree and certificate requirements.
FAA-approved Aviation Maintenance Programs:

- Airframe Maintenance Technology (Associate Degree)
- Powerplant Maintenance Technology (Associate Degree)
- Basic (General) Aviation Technologies (Certificate of Achievement)
- Airframe Maintenance Technology (Certificate of Completion)
- Powerplant Maintenance Technology (Certificate of Achievement)
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