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Aviation Maintenance Management Technology

AVAMM-AS

Program Leadership Information

Brad Jenkins, Program Administrator, CL, (727) 791-2642

Program Summary

The Aviation Maintenance Management Technology program is an articulated program with the National Aviation Academy (NAA), Clearwater, Florida. The goal of this program, the NAA Subplan, is to provide the opportunity for students who have successfully completed all the course requirements of study and who have been certified with the Aviation Maintenance Program for Airframe and Powerplant Technology, through the passage of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) exams, to pursue the college level education appropriate for management and supervision. The Aviation Maintenance Technology program, offered through NAA, consists of instruction and practical training in the maintenance, repair, inspection, and troubleshooting of different types of aircraft. The student must meet all NAA entrance and tuition requirements.

The FAA Subplan represents the industry certification that the state of Florida has approved, through the passage of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) exams and the issue of the FAA certification for Airframe and Powerplant.

To be eligible for the articulated credit, students must show evidence of their FAA Airframe Mechanic certification and it must have been issued within three (3) years prior to their enrollment in the program.


The requirements shown below are valid beginning Spring 2014 (480), and may not reflect degree requirements for current students. Current students should visit My SPC and view My Learning Plan to see specific degree requirements for their effective term.

Graduation Rules

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) industry certification has been approved by the state of Florida.

Total credits approved from the industry certification for the state of Florida,
through the passage of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) exams and
the issue of the FAA certification for Airframe and Powerplant.

SUBPLANS
Subplan: National Aviation Academy (NAA)

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT
General Education Courses (Complete 18 credits)

Enhanced World View Requirement *
Composition I **
3
Introduction to Speech Communication
3
OR
Honors Introduction to Speech Communication
3
OR
Business and Professional Speaking
3
OR
Public Speaking
3
OR
Honors Public Speaking
3
3
Humanities/Fine Arts Approved Course
*
3
Mathematics - One college-level course with MAC, MAP, MAS, MGF, MTG or STA prefix
3
Social & Behavioral Sciences Approved Course
*
Studies in Applied Ethics
3
OR
Honors Studies in Applied Ethics
3
Computer/Information Literacy Competency Requirement

SUPPORT COURSES
NAA Subplan Support (Complete 9 credits)

Principles of Management
3
Financial Accounting
3
Supervisory Management
3

Select ONE of the following Subplans

SUBPLAN CORE COURSES
NAA Subplan Core Courses (Complete 56 credits)

56
Total credits approved from the Aviation Maintenance Program for Airframe and Powerplant Technology.

SUBPLANS
Subplan: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Industry Certification

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT
General Education Courses (Complete 36 credits)

Enhanced World View Requirement *
Composition I **
3
Composition II
3
OR
3
Approved Literature course
Introduction to Speech Communication
3
OR
3
Approved Speech course
Western Humanities:Ancient to Renaissance **
3
OR
Western Humanities:Baroque to Contemporary **
3
Humanities (East-West Synthesis)
3
OR
3
Approved Humanities/Fine Arts course
6
Mathematics - Two college-level courses with MAC, MAP, MAS, MGF or MTG prefix
6
Natural Sciences - One Biological and One Physical Science Course (One course must include lab)
American National Government **
3
3
Social and Behavioral Sciences Approved Course
Studies in Applied Ethics
3
OR
Honors Studies in Applied Ethics
3
Computer/Information Literacy Competency Requirement

SUPPORT COURSES
FAA Subplan Support Courses (Complete 11 credits)

Principles of Management
3
Financial Accounting
3
Supervisory Management
3
Co-op Work Experience
1-3

SUBPLAN CORE COURSES
FAA Subplan Core Courses (Complete 36 credits)

36
Total credits approved from the industry certification for the state of Florida, through the passage of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) exams and the issue of the FAA certification for Airframe and Powerplant. To be eligible for the articulated credit, students must show evidence of their FAA Airframe Mechanic certification and it must have been issued within three (3) years prior to their enrollment in the program.

* Visit www.spcollege.edu/program/GENR-AS for details
** or (Honors)

83
Total Credits