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  Florida Community College programs of study
Associate in Science/Associate in Applied Science
Aviation Maintenance Management (2150)
  Prepare to land your FAA Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) license by attaining this A.S. degree. Following this program, you'll be ready and well qualified for employment right away in entry-level management positions. Become a respected, highly-paid professional who can manage the complex process of maintaining aircraft for safe, smooth flying. The program complies with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 147 and is FAA certified.
  If you already hold an FAA A&P license, you have the opportunity to earn college credit by evaluation for this license, and then pursue an associate in science degree by satisfying the General Education and Professional Elective course requirements. This program will also meet your needs if you already have a two- or four-year degree and are seeking new employability skills.
  When seeking an associate in science degree in Aviation Maintenance Management, you must complete the course requirements in both the airframe mechanic and powerplant mechanic certificates or possess a valid FAA A&P certificate, as well as 23 hours of additional required college credits.
  Certification and Licensing:
With the successful completion of this program, students will be prepared to take the FAA Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) licensing examination.
  Requirements and Curriculum:
An official high school transcript or a copy of your high school equivalency degree is necessary.
  General Education Courses
  *Mathematics (3)
  *Humanities (3)
  *Social and Behavioral Sciences (3)
  SPC 2600 Speech Communications (3)
  ENC 1101 English Composition I (3)
  Total General Education Credits: 15
  Professional Courses
  **Academic credits awarded for completion of Airframe Mechanic and Powerplant Mechanic PSAV certificates, or a valid FAA A&P certificate (60):
     or AMT 1705 Aviation General Maintenance Technician Helper (12)
     and AMT 1715 Aviation Airframe Maintenance Technician I (12)
     and AMT 1716 Aviation Airframe Maintenance Technician II (12)
     and AMT 1725 Aviation Powerplant Maintenance Technician I (12)
     and AMT 1726 Aviation Powerplant Maintenance Technician II (12)
  Total Professional Course Credits: 60
  Professional Electives:
  ASC 1010 History of Air Transportation/National Airspace System (3)
  ASC 1310 Federal Air Regulations/Legislation (3)
  ATT 1100 Private Pilot Ground School (3)
  SBM 2000 Small Business Management (3)
  SLS 1301 Career Planning and the World of Work (2)
  Total Professional Elective Credits:8
  Total Program Credits: 83
  *Refer to General Education Requirements
  *Refer to A.S. degree General Education Requirements.
  **Academic credits will be awarded upon successful completion of PSAV programs in Aircraft Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic, which is currently 2,880 contact hours.
  You have two options in this program: the associate in science (A.S.) degree, which can prepare you for employment or transfer to a state university, and the associate in applied science (A.A.S.) degree, which is intended primarily for students who want immediate employment after graduation. If you choose the A.S. degree you must take MAC 1105, MGF 1106 or a higher level mathematics. The A.A.S. degree requires MAT 1033 or higher. Please see an advisor to determine the option that is best for you.
  Total Tuition and Fees: Total Estimated Tuition* (for entire program) - $5,900. Estimated Tuition for students holding an A&P Certificate - $1,200. Total Estimated Books and Materials Fees $200.

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