Two certificate options, one Associate of Applied Science Degree and one Bachelor of Applied Technology degree are available to the student.
Instructors: Bakken, Lighter, Prickett and staff
The following courses are required for a certificate:
AIRM 100 Academic Skill Development 8 cr AIRM 101 Mathematics 3 cr AIRM 102 Aircraft Drawing 1 cr AIRM 103 Truss Structures 3 cr AIRM 104 Materials and Processes 7 cr AIRM 105 Sheetmetal Structure 6 cr AIRM 107 Forms and Regulations 3 cr AIRM 108 Basic Electricity 3 cr AIRM 109 Fluid Systems 5 cr AIRM 110 Landing Gear Systems 4 cr AIRM 111 Utility Systems 3 cr AIRM 112 Electrical Systems 5 cr AIRM 120 Structural Welding 2 cr AIRM 170 Report Writing I 1 cr TOTAL: 54 cr
An Airframe certificate is required for entry into Power Plant. The following courses are required for a certificate, in addition to the Airframe requirements:
AIRM 221 Basic Reciprocating Engines 3 cr AIRM 222 Advanced Reciprocating Engines 2 cr AIRM 223 Basic Turbine Engines 3 cr AIRM 224 Advanced Turbine Engines 2 cr AIRM 225 Engine Lubrication Systems 2 cr AIRM 226 Induction and Exhaust Systems 2 cr AIRM 227 Engine Fuel Systems 3 cr AIRM 228 Ignition and Cooling Systems 5 cr AIRM 229 Engine Electrical and Instrument Systems 4 cr AIRM 230 Engine Propellers 4 cr AIRM 270 Report Writing II 2 cr TOTAL: 86 crAssociate of Applied Science degree in Aircraft Maintenance Technology (Four Semesters and One Summer Session)
A Power Plant certificate is required for entry into Aircraft Maintenance Mechanics. The following courses are required for an Associate of Applied Science Degree, in addition to the Power Plant requirements:
RELT 202 Applied Business Economics 2 cr RELT 206 Occupational Job Search 2 cr RELT 207 Occupational\Human Relations 2 cr TOTAL: 92 cr