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The most crucial task in aviation - to keep the planes flying safely - depends on maintenance skills and knowledge of certified engineers and mechanics. However, as aircraft technology rapidly changes, controls, processes and flight instruments have become increasingly reliant on computers and digital systems. These complex technologies must be maintained by professionals with a theoretical and practical understanding of computer programming and flight experience.
- Our BSAST degree program in Aviation Maintenance Technology is limited to FAA certified airframe and powerplant mechanics, while equivalent military training is also considered. Students can earn up to 69 credits through the FAA Airframe and Powerplant Mechanical certification. The credentials listed below are divided into individual certification components.
- Airframe and Power Plant Certification
- Mechanical Airframe Certification
- Mechanical Powerplant Certification
- Flight Engineer Certificate
Contact Donald Cucuzzella, assistant director of the School of Applied Science and Technology, to learn more.
You can earn up to 69 credits for your FAA licenses and certifications.