Aviation Maintenance Technician Program
Graduation Class of 2011
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Newly acquired Maintenance Training Hangar.
2012 AMTS student, Eric Bell, working on a reciprocating engine.
The purpose of the Liberty University Aviation Technician Program is to train pilots, as well as non-pilots to maintain aircraft in the context of a faith-based missionary organization; however, training is also applicable to those pursuing other careers in general, corporate and commercial aviation.
The FAA Part 147 program is an accelerated program which completes all subjects and material in twelve months. During this period you will be able to earn your maintenance license with both Airframe and Powerplant ratings.
Liberty Aviation Maintenance Technician Program is designed for the FAA portion to be completed as a single block in one year and, if chosen, the associate degree classes completed in an additional year. The Aviation Maintenance Technician Program classes currently begin in January, May and August.
To prepare the student for competent, independent performance in aircraft maintenance
To qualify and prepare the student for FAA certification
Meet the needs of faith-based, corporate and commercial aviation organizations by providing well trained aircraft maintenance applicants.
Acceptance into Liberty University
Acceptance into Liberty University School of Aeronautics AMT Program
$23,000.00 (approximate - for 3 consecutive semesters)
Tools: $1,800.00 (estimate)
Books: $350.00 (estimate)
Uniforms: $150.00 (estimate)
FAA Testing: $850.00 (estimate - for three FAA written exams and three FAA practical exams)
Reasons to attend Liberty AMTP:
Top quality training by dedicated faculty and staff
Faith-based training in the context of a four-year college setting
Completing all training for FAA licensure in one year
Reduced overall cost by accelerating training
Apply to the AMTS Program
If you have any questions, please contact:
School of Aeronautics