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Aviation Maintenance Management Technology

AVAMM-AS


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

The Aviation Maintenance Management Technology program is an articulated program with the National Aviation Academy (NAA), Clearwater, FL. The goal of this program, Subplan A, 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.

Subplan B 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 Technology.

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.


APPROVED REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH CATALOG YEAR
20112/0450 (BEGINNING 1/9/2012) OR LATER
~ REFER TO CURRICULUM FILES FOR PREVIOUS CATALOG YEAR REQUIREMENTS ~


SUBPLAN A: National Aviation Academy (NAA)

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (18 credits)
* Enhanced World View Requirement
ENC 1101 - COMPOSITION I or (Honors) 3
SPC 1017 INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3
     or (SPC 1017H, SPC 1065, SPC 1608, or SPC 1608H)
* 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 3
PHI 1600 STUDIES IN APPLIED ETHICS 3
     or PHI 1602H
Computer/Information Literacy Competency Requirement
* Visit www.spcollege.edu/program/GENR-AS for details

SUPPORT COURSES
(9 credits)
ACG 2021 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 3
MAN 2021 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3
MAN 2340 SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT 3
TOTAL SPC CREDITS 27
NATIONAL AVIATION ACADEMY MAJOR COURSES (56 CREDITS)

Total credits approved from the Aviation Maintenance Program for Airframe and Powerplant Technology. This program has met all the standards established by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for Aviation Maintenance Technician Schools under FAA Certificate Number DV9T100-R.  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.
TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS 83
OR

SUBPLAN B: The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Industry Certification
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (36 credits)
* Enhanced World View Requirement
ENC 1101 - COMPOSITION I or (Honors) 3
ENC 1102 - COMPOSITION II or (Honors) or any approved Literature course 3
SPC 1017 INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3
or (SPC 1017H, SPC 1065, SPC 1608, or SPC 1608H)
HUM 2210 - WESTERN HUMANITIES I or (Honors)
or HUM 2233 - WESTERN HUMANITIES II or (Honors) 3
HUM 2270 - HUMANITIES (East-West Sythesis) or (approved Humanities/Fine Arts course) 3
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) Natural Sciences Approved Courses 6
POS 2041 - AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT or (Honors) 3
Social & Behavioral Sciences Approved Course 3
PHI 1631 STUDIES IN PROFESSIONAL ETHICS 3
     or (PHI 1600PHI 1602H, PHI 2635 or PHI 2649)
Computer/Information Literacy Competency Requirement
SUPPORT COURSES (11 credits)
ACG 2021 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 3
EET 2949 CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE 1-3
MAN 2021 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3
MAN 2340 SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT 3
TOTAL SPC CREDITS 47
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) industry certification has been approved by the State of Florida.

MAJOR COURSES (36 credits)
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 Technology.  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. 36

TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS

83

Effective 20112 0450