Associate in Applied Science

Aviation Maintenance Technology AAS

Program and Degree Learning Outcomes:

  • IO1 Communication
    Students will be able to identify and explain a variety of airframe and/or powerplant systems and components as evaluated by the completion of the FAA written, oral and practical exams.
  • IO2 Quantitative Reasoning
    Students will be able to reason mathematically using methods appropriate to the profession.
  • IO3 Human Relations/Workplace Skills
    Students will be able to demonstrate teamwork, ethics, and appropriate safety awareness and/or workplace specific skills through instructor observation.
  • PO4 Students will be able to asses a variety of airframe and/or powerplant systems and components and be able to troubleshoot various systems components as evaluated by the completion of the FAA written, oral and practical exams.
  • PO5 Students will show knowledge of Federal Aviation rules and regulations components as evaluated by the completion of the FAA written and oral & practical exams.

The following schedule of courses is the recommended program for completing this degree. See a program advisor for substitute courses.

First Year

Fall Quarter 

Course Code
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
21

Winter Quarter

Course Code
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
16

Spring Quarter 

Course Code
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
26

Second Year

Fall Quarter 

Course Code
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
25

Spring Quarter 

Course Code
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
18

Note: All AMT courses are approved by FAA

Total Credits
126