(Note: existing program from 1970s, need Regional Consortium endorsement documentation)
Upon successful completion of the program, students will have met all the eligibilityrequirements to take the Federal Aviation Administration written, oral, and practical mechanicscertification exams for both the Airframe and Powerplant ratings. This program is recognized bythe Federal Aviation Administration as an approved Aircraft Maintenance Technician School.
Upon successful completion of this program, students will beable to:
Demonstrate an in-depth technical knowledge of aircraft, aircraftsystems, and operation.
Demonstrate appropriate technical skills, techniques, and accepted practicesnecessary for aircraft maintenance and repair.
Apply cognitive reasoning skills to aircraft systems analysis andtroubleshooting.
Demonstrate an in depth understanding of the personal risks associated withaircraft maintenance and operation.
Anticipatednumber of annual completers: 24
|CB01: Course Department Number||CB02: Course Title||Annual # Sections||Annual Enrollment Total||Annual # Sections||Annual Enrollment Total|
|AMT-10||Aviation Maintenance General A||1||12||4||31|
|AMT-20||Aviation Maintenance General B||1||16||3||27|
|AMT-30||Aviation Maintenance Airframe A||4||26|
|AMT-40||Aviation Maintenance Airframe B||2||12|
|AMT-50||Aviation Maintenance Airframe C||3||20|
|AMT-60||Aviation Maintenance Powerplant A||1||9|
|AMT-70||Aviation Maintenance Powerplant B|
|AMT-80||Aviation Maintenance Powerplant C|
Scheduledfor fall 2022
|CB01: Course Department Number||CB02: Course Title||Annual # Sections||Annual Enrollment Total|
|AMT-10||Aviation Maintenance General A||2||12|
|AMT-20||Aviation Maintenance General B||2||9|
|AMT-30||Aviation Maintenance Airframe A|
|AMT-40||Aviation Maintenance Airframe B||2||7|
|AMT-50||Aviation Maintenance Airframe C||3|
|AMT-60||Aviation Maintenance Powerplant A|
|AMT-70||Aviation Maintenance Powerplant B||2|
|AMT-80||Aviation Maintenance Powerplant C||3|
The goals and objectives of this program is to prepare studentsfor entry-level positions in the field of aviation maintenance. Thisprogram is recognized by the Federal Aviation Administration as an approvedAircraft Maintenance Technician School.
These program revisions are required by the FAA.
The program will utilize the college’s program review process forprogram monitoring and improvement as well as following all FAA regulations.The program meets twice annually with its industry-based advisory committee todiscuss industry/workplace needs and the enhancement of instructional programsto facilitate those needs. Discussionswill focus on specific skill sets desired by employers as well as currentindustry trends and issues with which students must be familiar upon programcompletion.
The college has all of the required resources to offer the programwithin existing facilities. The current instructional, library, and studentsupport services are adequate to meet the needs of this program. All facultyteaching in the program meet the minimum qualifications for teaching thecurriculum.
|Required (52 units)||AMT-10||Aviation Maintenance General A||6.5|
|AMT-20||Aviation Maintenance General B||6.5|
|AMT-30||Aviation Maintenance Powerplant A||6.5|
|AMT-40||Aviation Maintenance Powerplant B||6.5|
|AMT-50||Aviation Maintenance Powerplant C||6.5|
|AMT-60||Aviation Maintenance Airframe A||6.5|
|AMT-70||Aviation Maintenance Airframe B||6.5|
|AMT-80||Aviation Maintenance Airframe C||6.5|
Major Units: 52.00
Students will select from one of these general education patterns
Local GE 18 minimum units
CSU-GE 39 units
IGETC 37 units
Sample Sequence for completing AS Degree
First Semester = 15.00 units
Second Semester = 15.00 units
Third Semester = 15.00 units
Fourth Semester = 15.00 units