MIAT College of Technology

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MIAT College of Technology is a technical training school that offers aviation and technology training to students desiring to enter the avionics field. MIAT College of Technology gives students the training they need to prepare for a job in the field in approximatly seven to 20 months. The curriculum offered at MIAT is up to date and allows students to be fully prepared because they will train with the same technology used in today’s workforce.

Michigan Institute of Aviation offers hands-on training and also gives past students the chance to come back after graduation and retrain with the latest technology at no additional cost. MIAT also gives students full access to its career services department. Students can utilize these services once they graduate, or while they are in school looking for part-time employment.

MIAT is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). There are day and evening class options available for the convenience of the students. Credits may be transferable toward an associate's or bachelor’s degree at other colleges or universities, and students should research this both at MIAT and the school they anticipate transferring to before proceeding. Michigan Institute of Aviation is currently offering programs in aviation maintenance, power technology and transport dispatch.

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit their website at www.miat.edu/disclosures.



- Employment assistance available for current and graduated students
- Alumni can retrain at no additional cost
- Career placement is for as long as you work within the industry
- Training is hands-on and with equipment specific to the industry
- Training programs last between seven and 20 months


- Alumni unable to take advantage of the retraining if they take a job outside of Michigan


There are several career paths that can be obtained with training through MIAT. MIAT College of Technology offers both certificates and power technology training. Below are the different areas of study within each of those:


- Airframe and Powerplant Program

- Energy Technician Program
- Global Logistics and Dispatch Program
- HVACR Technician
- Aviation Maintenance Technology


MIAT College of Technology has locations in Michigan and in Texas.



Students attending MIAT will enjoy many amenities to make their time there much easier. There are career services for job help after students graduate, but these services can also be used if students are looking for employment while still in school. Those same career services are available to all students for as long as they work in the aviation or technology field in Michigan. Students have access to housing that is close to campus as well. As alumni, all students can come back and retrain in their skilled area at no additional cost.


MIAT College of Technology offers a lot of benefits for students who decide to attend there. Not only can students get the hands on training they need, they can also go back at anytime to refresh their training after they graduate. The training at MIAT is based on and critiqued by those in the industry so students know they will be prepared for the job force once they graduate.

Although there is only one campus in Michigan, if you are considering a career in aviation or technology, MIAT may be worth the cost of relocating for a short time. The programs are thorough and can be completed within 20 months. For those seeking this type of training, it’s at least worth getting more information on what MIAT has to offer.

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John Mintz

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Jon Lopez, Robert has a point, 40k to watch History Channel Re-Runs?

They want you to believe people can't cut it.

I'm surprised you haven't dealt with the rampant racism that occurs, with the last name Lopez.

Maybe Robert was tired of the sausage feast, the lack of female population because of the sexist crap keeps the ladies out of the school and the industry.

Working on the junk yard in a furniture warehouse isn't very prestigious. If you want a real education come to Embry Riddle, where our student services places you at Southwest, instead of endeavor.

MIAT educating your next white trash co-worker from hell, that will probably get you killed. posted Feb 19th, 2014 5:19 am

Jon Lopez


I am a current student @ MIAT and so far it has been a great experience. I have learned a lot about working on airplanes and have made a lot of friends so far. I'm not usually the kind of person to write reviews, but when I was browsing online I came across this site and saw the negative review by Robert Julite. First of all, I was in Robert's class, and he was a complete screw up. He never showed up to class and when he did he did the least he could get away with. Secondly, he is a drop out. He dropped out of school. Real winner here. MIAT is a great school, and it's a shame to see these losers on the internet posting negative comments about the school. I am just clearing things up for my college. Don't listen to these idiots, they couldn't cut it so they decide to get online and bash the school and blame everyone else, instead of looking in the mirror and realizing that they weren't cut out for it. If you are dedicated and motivated, this school will do anything for you. I have had an excellent education so far. Hope this helps. posted Sep 18th, 2013 3:33 pm

Robert Julite

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Complete joke. LCC has a better program. They may not give you fancy shirts but they believe an education doesn't come from history channel re runs or useless so called field trips to Henry Ford museum. Thirty six thousand dollars I expected better. The instructors there could care less about you (Scott James being the only exception). Stay away from this over priced clown college. There are better programs for the money. posted Jun 25th, 2013 2:01 pm

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