Aviation Maintenance Technology Powerplant Degree
This degree includes all of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) required training in airframe and powerplant topics and takes six semesters to complete. With this degree, you'll be able to work on aircraft anywhere in the USA, in a broad variety of career opportunities including: working for a small flight school, working on an executive's corporate jet, or maintaining aircraft for a regional or major airline. You'll be qualified to work on helicopters as well. Degree holders are typically known as: aviation maintenance technicians, aviation maintenance mechanics, A&P mechanics, FAA repairman, aircraft structural mechanics or line mechanics. Or, you may have additional administrative duties and be called a shop foreman, dock line supervisor, maintenance scheduler or director of maintenance.
All general education courses are intended for transfer. Technical courses are designed for workforce education and their transferability is up to the receiving institution.