Aviation Maintenance Technician Certificate
Offered at the Following Campus Locations
The Aviation Maintenance Technician program courses prepare students for employment in the field of aviation maintenance. The program emphasizes a combination of aircraft maintenance theory and aircraft maintenance application. This program meets the academic requirements for the FAA Airframe and Powerplant certificate.
This program requires either a High School Diploma or GED.
Next Generation ACCUPLACER® minimum scores: Reading 224, Writing 236, Arithmetic 229.
FAA-Approved Occupational Courses:AVMT1000Aviation Mathematics2AVMT1010Aircraft Maint Regulations2AVMT1020Aircraft Applied Sciences I5AVMT1025Aircraft Applied Sciences II4AVMT1030Aircraft Electricity/Electron5AVMT1210Aviation Physics2AVMT2011Aircraft Wood Structures, Coverings and Finishes1AVMT2020Airframe Sheet Metal2AVMT2025Airframe Non-Metallic Structures2AVMT2030Airframe Welding1AVMT2040Airframe Assembly and Rigging2AVMT2050Airframe Inspection4AVMT2060Aircraft Hydraulic/Pneumatic2AVMT2070Aircraft Landing Gear Systems3AVMT2080Aircraft Environment Ctrl Sys3AVMT2085Aircraft Fuel/Instrument Sys3AVMT2090Aircraft Electrical Systems4AVMT2095Aircraft Commun/Navigation Sys2AVMT2210Reciprocating Engine Powerplant I3AVMT2220Reciprocating Engine Powerplant II4AVMT2230Gas Turbine Powerplants I3AVMT2240Gas Turbine Powerplants II3AVMT2260Aircraft Engine/Fuel Metering4AVMT2270Powerplant Instruments, Fire3AVMT2275Powerplant Ignition/Start Sys4AVMT2280Aircraft Powerplant Access Sys3AVMT2285Aircraft Propeller Systems3Minimum Length of Program: 6 Term(s)Total FAA-Approved Occupational Credit Hours: 79Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation: 79