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Aircraft Powerplant Mechanics

CERTIFICATE

Note: This program has been submitted to the U.S. Dept. of Education for
approval and does not currently qualify for Title IV, Federal Financial Aid.

Gain basic skills in aircraft powerplants.

Selective Admissions Program: In order to be fully admitted to this program, you must fulfill the requirements listed in Program Admission. See an advisor for details.

What can I do with this certificate?

Career Options: Seek an entry-level position in aircraft building, maintenance and repair.

Academic Options: Continue your studies by take additional courses toward the Aviation Technology associate's degree.

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program. 

Program Requirements 2017-2018
  

Preparatory Coursework

Students must complete the following preparatory coursework (with grades posted) before they may begin the application process.

Credits

REA 091  Reading Improvement II with a grade of C or better or reading assessment score at level of REA 112 or higher

0-4

With a grade of C or better: ICS 081, or MAT 086, or completion of MAT 089A through module 15, or Math assessment at MAT 092 or higher

0-3

General Mechanics Certificate

23

Subtotal      

23-30

Required Core Courses

A grade of C or better is required for graduation.

Course # Course Title Credits
AVM 226 Engine Electrical Systems 4
AVM 227 Engine Airflow Systems 2.5
AVM 228 Aircraft Propellers 2.5
AVM 229 Engine Support Systems 2.5
AVM 231 Engines, Principles, Monitoring and Inspection 4
AVM 232 Reciprocating Engine Overhaul 4
AVM 233 Turbine Engines 4
AVM 234 Engine Fuel Metering and Operations 4
Total credits not including preparatory coursework
27.5
Total credits including preparatory coursework
50.5-57.5