BS in Aviation Maintenance: Management
Residential Aviation Maintenance: Management Program
Expand your Aviation Maintenance Technician School (A&P) training for FAA aviation mechanic licensure with your Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance: Management.
This degree builds on and strengthens the fundamental skills and principles taught during your AMTS training. Here, you’ll explore broader topics facing an FAA licensed mechanic such as Human Factors and Safety. The Management Cognate gives you the skills to serve in leadership and management positions in an aviation maintenance business.
As students pursue the Aviation Maintenance degree, we strive to create graduates with technical competence and prepare men and women of character.
- Create graduates with technical competence: LUSOA operates a 14 CFR Part 147 Aircraft Maintenance school for FAA Airframe and Powerplant certification. The curriculum expands on the School of Aeronautics AMTS (A&P) training for FAA aviation mechanic licensure. It builds on, and strengthens, fundamental skills and principles taught during the AMTS training and delves into broader topics facing an FAA licensed mechanic such as Human Factors and Safety. The FAA certification portion of this program (all AVMT courses) is designed to be completed in 12-consecutive months. The program is specifically suited to prepare you for the mission aviation field as maintainers and as pilot-maintainers. Program elements include turbojet training. In addition, students in UAS maintenance have the option of participating in Textron Systems partnership training to receive industry certification as an Aerosonde maintenance crew chief.
- Prepare men and women of character: The purpose of the Aviation Maintenance degree program is to prepare you for management and leadership roles in the aviation maintenance field with outstanding knowledge, excellent technical skills, sound judgment, and strong Christian character.
With this degree, you will earn your FAA mechanic certification with both Airframe and Powerplant rating.
- 125 credit hours
Courses You Could Take
- Principles of Aviation Administration (AVIA 314)
- Aviation Organization Ethics (AVIA 472)
- Aviation Maintenance Operations (AVMX 451)
Program of Study
Aviation Maintenance (B.S.): Management Cognate Admission Requirements
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
- Accelerated 12-month FAA Part 147 Maintenance Training
- Financial Aid Available
- Post-9/11 GI Bill® & Yellow Ribbon Available
- Onsite FAA testing
- Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
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Costs & Financial Aid
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.