Program Outcomes - Aviation Technology AAS
Upon successful completion of the Aviation Technology AAS degree program, the learner will be able to:
- Inspect, assemble and repair Aircraft sheet metal and composite structures.
- Inspect service, install and repair airframe systems.
- Inspect, service install and troubleshoot aircraft instruments and navigation/communications equipment.
- Repair, inspect, assemble, troubleshoot and service aircraft powerplants.
- Install, repair, troubleshoot and service powerplant support systems.
- Know safety procedures to safely work on aircraft and maintenance equipment
Upon successful completion of the Airframe and Powerplant Concentration, the learner will also be able to:
Upon successful completion of the Structural Repair Concentration, the learner will also be able to:
Upon successful completion of the Avionics Technician Concentration, the learner will also be able to:
Program Effectiveness Data
For Academic Year 2012/13, PCC student pass rates for those industry examinations for which data is available are given below.
Federal Aviation Administration:
- Aviation Maintenance Technician – Airframe (AMA): 29 students tested, 27 students passed (93.10% pass rate)
- Aviation Maintenance Technician – Powerplant (AMP): 25 students tested, 23 students passed (92.00% pass rate)
- Aviation Maintenance Technician – General (AMG): 36 students tested, 34 students passed (94.44%)