Aviation Maintenance Technology: Airframe Maintenance

Certificate

Program Disclosures

Curriculum: On-Campus Program

See curriculum notes; catalog has additional information.

(Course Number, Course Title, Credits)

Prerequisites

  • MTH 103 Applied Technical Math, 3 cr
  • Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport Security Screening

First Semester

  • AMT 103 Basic Electricity, 2 cr
  • AMT 105 Aviation Science for Mechanics, 2 cr
  • AMT 106 Aviation Science for Mechanics Lab, 2 cr
  • AMT 107 Aircraft Drawings, 1 cr
  • AMT 109 Materials and Processes, 1 cr
  • AMT 110 Materials and Processes Lab, 1 cr
  • AMT 111 Federal Aviation Regulations, 1 cr
  • AMT 261 Aircraft Electrical Systems, 1 cr
  • AMT 262 Aircraft Electrical Systems Lab, 2 cr
  • AMT 263 Fuel, Fire, and Instrument Systems, 1 cr
  • AMT 264 Fuel, Fire, and Instrument Systems Lab, 2 cr

Semester Credits: 16

Second Semester

  • AMT 223 Metallic Structures, 2 cr
  • AMT 224 Metallic Structures Lab, 2 cr
  • AMT 225 Assembly and Rigging, 1 cr
  • AMT 226 Assembly and Rigging Lab, 1 cr
  • AMT 231 Aircraft Landing Gear Systems, 2 cr
  • AMT 232 Aircraft Landing Gear Systems Lab, 1 cr
  • ENG 111 College Composition I, 3 cr
    or
    ENG 116 Writing for Business, 3 cr

Semester Credits: 12

Third Semester

  • AMT 221 Non-Metallic Structures, 2 cr
  • AMT 222 Non-Metallic Structures Lab, 2 cr
  • AMT 227 Airframe Inspection, 1 cr
  • AMT 228 Airframe Inspection Lab, 1 cr
  • AMT 233 Communication/Navigation and Control Systems, 2 cr
  • AMT 234 Communication/Navigation and Control Systems Lab, 1 cr

Semester Credits: 9

Total credits required: 40

Notes

  • MTH 103 is recommended, but any math listed in the Approved General Education Courses for A.A.S. Degrees, except MTH 141, will fulfill this requirement.
  • MTH 103 is required to be completed before entry into the AMT Certificate program in either Airframe Maintenance, Power plant Maintenance or the A.A.S. degree in Aviation Maintenance Technology.