Diploma in Aerospace Electronics (S90)

Contact Information:
School: School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Tel: (65)-67751133
Fax:(65)-67721974
Course Manager: Mr Chee Choong Yang
Tel:(65) 6772 1379
Fax:(65) 6772-1974
General Enquiries: contactus@sp.edu.sg
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Overview

    

Aerospace Electronics are used in modern aircraft such as the Airbus A380, Boeing 787 and fighter jets for flight management, control, instrumentation, communication, navigation and power generation. You will learn how these Electrical and Electronic systems work through both theory and practical hands-on lessons.

With the Diploma in Aerospace Electronics (DASE), you will gain engineering skills and knowledge to perform a wide spectrum of aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul activities in the aerospace industry. The course will also give you a head start in gaining the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer licence, issued by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore.

Course Highlights

+ A curriculum aligned to “Singapore Airworthiness Requirements Part 66” (SAR66) specified by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) for licensing of Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.

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A well-equipped AERO HUB that houses 4 aircraft where students can learn to conduct specialised functional and operational tests on aircraft avionic systems. Other training facilities include a full-sized Airbus A320 cockpit to provide realistic maintenance and flight simulation as well as R&D work on unmanned machines..

+ A 12-week or 22-week enhanced internship programme in the aerospace industry to deepen your skills and provide you with exposure to real world projects.

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The option to complete the academic programme in six semesters that includes a 12-week internship & final year project or in five semesters and use the last semester to go for a 22-week internship.

+ Offer optional programmes such as Certificate in Aviation Management, which allow you to venture into Airport Operations and Management, a key growth area in the region and/or "Commercial Pilot Theory" that gives you a head-start in a career as a pilot.

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Further studies at either local or overseas universities

  • You can gain direct entry into the second year of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering course at NTU or gain about one year’s worth of exemptions at NUS.
  • You may be granted advanced standing of up to two years when applying for related degree programmes at overseas universities.