Aviation Maintenance Technology, A.A.S. Marshall anticipates offering an associate degree in Aviation Maintenance Technology in collaboration with Mountwest Community and Technical College. Housed at Huntington Tri-State Airport, the Aviation Maintenance Technology program will be designed to allow students to obtain their degrees in addition to earning FAA certifications in airframe and powerplant maintenance (A&P). Our institutional accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), is reviewing Marshall’s application to add this program to our list of degree offerings. If interested in the program, please complete this online form to receive updates regarding its HLC approval status and start date. Feel free to contact us with specific questions or inquiries. This program is not approved for the use of veterans education benefits. Marshall and Mountwest celebrate groundbreaking for joint aviation maintenance program On March 26, 2021, officials with Marshall University and Mountwest Community & Technical College, along with the Robert C. Byrd Institute (RCBI), ceremonially broke ground at Huntington Tri-State Airport for their joint Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program. Facilities construction for the new program includes renovations to an existing hangar, as well as a makeover for an old armory at Tri-State that will house laboratory and classroom space. Total renovation cost is $2.7 million.