Aeronautics Maintenance Technician Program

Associate Degree in Aviation Maintenance Technology

 

 

 

Aviation Maintenance Technician (A.A.)

Residential Program

Develop the ability to maintain aircraft for faith-based missionary organizations, or pursue a career in aviation maintenance for general, corporate, and commercial organizations. Acquire the skills you'll need to solve maintenance issues independently or within a team environment.

Learn from an experienced faculty who are grounded in their faith, and find out how to apply science, technology, and mathematics to the field of aviation maintenance.


Academic Information

Credit Hours

  • 91 credit hours

Courses You Could Take

  • Aircraft Electrical Systems 
  • Landing Gear Systems
  • Airframe Assembly & Inspection 
  • Propeller Systems

Program of Study (DCP)

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Aviation Maintenance Technician Certification

Through the  FAA Part 147 program, you will complete all subjects and material for the Airframe and Powerplant certification in twelve months. Earn your maintenance license with both Airframe and Powerplant ratings.

The Aviation Maintenance Technician Program is an accelerated maintenance training program designed for the FAA portion to be completed as a single block in one year and the additional Associate of Arts degree classes to be completed in an additional year. The curricula for this program are regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Academic Information

Credit Hours

  • 45 credit hours

Courses You Could Take:

  • Airframe Auxiliary Systems
  • Airframe Hydraulic, Pneumatic, and Landing Gear Systems
  • Engine Electrical Systems
  • Turbine Engines

Program of Study (DCP)


If you are an employer looking for qualified A&P graduates, contact Director Bob Howell at rhowell6@liberty.edu.