Aviation Maintenance Technology: Powerplant Maintenance Distance Program

Curriculum

  • See the catalog for complete program information/curriculum notes.
  • MTH 103 must be completed before entry into this program unless you have approval from AMT coordinator.
  • Aviation distance programs are restricted to Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina residents.

Recommended sequence for courses (Course Number, Course Title, Credits)

Prerequisites

  • MTH 103 Applied Technical Mathematics, 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 107 Aircraft Drawings, 1 cr
  • AMT 109 Materials and Processes, 1 cr
  • AMT 111 Federal Aviation Regulations, 1 cr
  • AMT 261 Aircraft Electrical Systems, 1 cr
  • AMT 263 Fuel, Fire, and Instrument Systems, 1 cr
  • ENG 111 College Composition I, 3 cr
    or
    ENG 116 Writing for Business , 3 cr

Semester Credits: 12

Second Semester

  • AMT 241 Reciprocating Engines, 2 cr
  • AMT 251 Lubrication Systems and Propellers, 1 cr
  • AMT 253 Ignition Systems, 1 cr

Semester Credits: 4

Third Semester

Semester Credits: 4

Fourth Semester

  • AMT 106 Aviation Science for Mechanics Lab, 2 cr
  • AMT 110 Materials and Processes and Lab, 1 cr
  • AMT 242 Reciprocating Engines Lab, 2 cr
  • AMT 244 Turbine Engines Lab, 2 cr
  • AMT 246 Powerplant Inspections Lab, 1 cr
  • AMT 252 Lubrication Systems and Propellers Lab, 2 cr
  • AMT 254 Ignition Systems Lab, 1 cr
  • AMT 256 Fuel Metering Systems Lab, 2 cr
  • AMT 262 Aircraft Electrical Systems Lab, 2 cr
  • AMT 264 Aircraft Fuel, Fire, and Instrument Systems, 2 cr

Semester Credits: 17

Total credits required: 40