The Aviation Technology Associate of Applied Science degree provides students with the fundamental knowledge and skills of the aviation maintenance and repair industry to meet CFR 14 FAA Part 147 Airframe Certification. The Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT 147) Program imparts knowledge and skills to those striving to become aircraft technicians or for career enhancement in the aviation and related industries. The program covers all courses listed in CFR 14 FAA Part 147 Appendix B and Appendix D.
General Education Requirements
Note: All courses must be from the Approved Courses for General Education courses for each category listed in the General Education section of this catalog.
Additional courses may be required to overcome deficiencies in English, mathematics, and reading.
- Elective - Behavioral/Social Science (an approved elective from the general education core) Credits: 3
- EDUC 1030 - ♦College and Lifelong Learning Credits: 3
- ENGL 1010 - ♦English Composition I Credits: 3
- Elective - Humanities Elective (an approved elective from the general education core) Credits: 3
- MATH 1010 - ♦Math for General Studies Credits: 3
- AVIT 1310 - General Fundamentals I Credits: 3
- AVIT 1320 - General Fundamentals II Credits: 3
- AVIT 1410 - General Fundamentals III Credits: 3
- AVIT 1420 - General Fundamentals IV Credits: 4
- Elective - Communications Elective (an approved elective from the general education core) Credits: 3
- AVIT 1430 - Airframe Fundamentals I Credits: 4
- AVIT 1440 - Airframe Fundamentals II Credits: 4
- AVIT 1450 - Airframe Fundamentals III Credits: 4
- AVIT 2310 - Airframe Fundamentals IV Credits: 4
- AVIT 2320 - Airframe Fundamentals V Credits: 4
- AVIT 2410 - Airframe Fundamentals VI Credits: 4
- AVIT 2420 - Airframe Fundamentals VII Credits: 4
- AVIT 2430 - Airframe Fundamentals VIII Credits: 4
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