Aviation Maintenance Technology / Associate Degree

Total Credit Hours: 77-78

Major Credit Hours: 68-69

This five-semester program prepares the student for a career in the field of aviation maintenance and includes additional business and written and oral communications courses. The successful student will complete a minimum of 77 to 78 academic credit hours and receive Lewis University Certificates of Completion for both Airframe and Powerplant.

Degree Requirements

Program: AS-AVMN-1

I. Core Courses (68-69)

MATH-10200Aviation Mathematics

4

-OR

MATH-11900College Algebra

3

AVMT-40500Aviation Technical Writing

3

-OR

ENGL-1XXXXEnglish Writing Course

3

AVMT-10600Aviation Fundamentals

4

AVMT-11000Aircraft Structures 1

4

AVMT-12000Aircraft Electricity 1

4

AVMT-13000Introduction to A/C Structures and Engine NDT NDE

3

AVMT-13500Drafting and Blueprint Reading

3

AVMT-20000Aircraft Instruments

4

AVMT-20100Aviation Physics 1

4

AVMT-21000Aircraft Structures 2

4

AVMT-22000Aircraft Electricity 2

4

AVMT-31000Aircraft Reciprocating Engines

4

AVMT-32000Aircraft Systems

4

AVMT-33000Aircraft Engine Accessories

4

AVMT-41000Gas Turbine Powerplants

4

AVMT-42000Aircraft Propellers

4

AVMT-43000Aircraft Inspection and Engine Testing

4

AVTR-30000Professional Development for Aviators

1

AVMT/AVTR-XXXXXAviation Elective

3

(Regarding the writing requirement, any 10000-level, 3-credit hour writing course offered by the English Department is acceptable; an English Placement Examination is required.)

 

II. General Education Courses (9)

ECON-20000Basic Macroeconomics

3

COMM-11200Introduction to Human Communication

3

THEO-10000The Search for Faith

3

-OR

THEO-10600Introduction to Christian Theology

3

For more information on General Education coursework, see the General Information section of this catalog.