Aviation Maintenance Technology Associate of Applied Science
Offered at the Following Campus Locations
The Aviation Maintenance Technology degree program is intended to provide students with an introduction to the occupational area of aviation maintenance as currently understood and practiced by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) mechanic certificate holders with airframe and/or powerplant ratings. In addition, the combined powerplant and airframe curriculum is designed to provide students with the technical knowledge and skills required to diagnose problems and repair aircraft powerplants, both reciprocating and turbine, their systems and components; and airframes, both metal and wood, their systems and components. Satisfactory completion of all program courses entitles students to participate in FAA powerplant and airframe examinations and certification processes.
This program requires either a High School Diploma or GED.
Next Generation ACCUPLACER® scores are: Reading 236, Writing 249, Quantitative Skills and Reasoning 245.
General Education Core (Required minimum 15 semester credit hours)Area I - Language Arts/CommunicationsENGL1101Composition and Rhetoric3Area II - Social/Behavioral Sciences - Select 1ECON1101Principles of Economics3ECON2105Macroeconomics3ECON2106Microeconomics3HIST1111World History I3HIST1112World History II3HIST2111U.S. History I3HIST2112U.S. History II3POLS1101American Government3PSYC1101Introductory Psychology3SOCI1101Introduction to Sociology3Area III - Mathematics (select one):MATH1103Quantitative Skills/Reasoning (201614)3MATH1101Mathematical Modeling3MATH1111College Algebra3Area IV - Humanities/Fine Arts Elective (select one):ARTS1101Art Appreciation3ENGL2110World Literature3ENGL2130American Literature3HUMN1101Introduction to Humanities3MUSC1101Music Appreciation3THEA1101Theater Appreciation3Program-Specific RequirementsXXXX0000General Core Elective (from Areas I, II, III, or IV)3Occupational Course:COLL1010College and Career Success Skills3FAA-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 Systems3Total FAA-Approved Occupational Credit Hours: 79Minimum Length of Program: 8 Term(s)Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation: 97