Aerospace Electronics – The Control Centre of Commercial and Fighter Jets
Aerospace Electronics are used in modern aircraft such as Airbus A380, Boeing 787, F15 and F16 fighter jets for flight control, flight instruments, communication, navigation and power generation. The Aerospace Electronics course will cover the working principles and operations of these aircraft Electronic Systems.
Curriculum aligned to the Singapore Airworthiness Requirements (SAR 66) to prepare you for its Basic Examinations leading to be a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
Offers two choices for the main curriculum;
- 1st track: A balanced curriculum of theory and practical
- 2nd track: A project-based curriculum for practice-oriented students,
“SPAero Challenge (SPACe)”
Incorporate CDIO (Conceive-Design-Implement-Operate) engineering education framework adopted by top universities in the United States, Europe and Australia.
Ability-driven course that offers optional Diploma-Plus Programmes and Advanced Modules to prepare you for work and further studies
Option to obtain an additional certificate in Aviation Management from the Diploma-plus programme
Opportunity to go for a 6-week Overseas Industrial Training Programmes in Aerospace Companies or Universities with financial grant from Singapore Polytechnic
Discover a sustainable future in Aerospace Electronics
“No words can fully describe my exquisite experience while pursuing DASE at SP. Amiable lecturers who double as mentors, great friends, well-equipped facilities, an ideal learning environment, international attachment to an aviation company, a broad-based curriculum -- all these have prepared me well for work and further study.”
Lim Hui Yin
Top DASE graduate 2011,
Lee Kuan Yew Award
European Aeronautic Defence and Space Gold Course Medal
Singapore Technologies Aerospace Prize
Shell Companies in Singapore Prize
Shell Merit Award
How has the DASE course benefited you in pursuing for a Private Pilot Licence?
“An eye-opener because I have always wanted to learn how to fly a plane.
Built a strong foundation in me in the understanding of the operations of aircraft electronics and instrument systems.
When I am flying with the Singapore Youth Flying Club, this knowledge helps me to understand my aircraft inside out especially in the troubleshooting of instruments and performing emergency procedures.
Every lesson taught in the DASE modules was like a confident flight”
DASE graduate 2011
Republic of Singapore Air Force Fighter pilot