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Course Structure

 

Course Designations and levels for Diploma and Higher Diploma

The AMT program utilizes the course numbering system used by Abu Dhabi Polytechnic, Al Ain Campus. Each course has a unique alpha-numerical identification number that relates with the department offering the course. Moreover, it also specifies the level of the course. Course descriptions and syllabi are also listed in alpha-numeric order in the course catalog. The alpha designators of the courses are listed below as:

  • AMT: Aircraft Maintenance Technology-Aeromechanics
  • AVT: Aircraft Maintenance Technology-Avionics
  • AVSC: Aviation Science
  • ENGL: English Language
  • HUM: Humanities
  • ICT: Information Computer Technology
  • MATH: Mathematics
  • PHYS: Physics

 

The course level is identified by the course numerical designate. The following rules apply:

  • Courses numbered as 1000 are lower-division courses (Level I) courses and are generally taken in the 1st year. Second digit refers to the semester such as 123, indicates the third course offered in first year, second semester.
  • Courses numbered as 2000 are lower-division (Level II) courses and are generally taken in the 2nd year.
  • Courses numbered as 3000 are upper-division (Level III) courses, reflecting advanced levels of technical skills and knowledge. Upper-division work is generally taken in the 2nd and 3rd year.

 

Since the Diploma program is the prerequisite of the Higher Diploma program, the course list covers all courses for the Diploma, and Higher Diploma. The study plan displays the course sequences in three years. The first two years constitute the Diploma degree, and the third year completes the requirements for the Higher Diploma.

 

Course Designations and levels for Applied Bachelor in Aircraft Maintenance Management

The AMT program utilizes the course numbering system used by Abu Dhabi Polytechnic, Al Ain Campus. Each course has a unique alpha-numerical identification number that relates with the department offering the course. Moreover, it also specifies the level of the course. Course descriptions and syllabi are also listed in alpha-numeric order in the course catalog. The alpha designators of the courses are listed below as:

  • AMT: Aircraft Maintenance Technology-Aeromechanics
  • AVT: Aircraft Maintenance Technology-Avionics
  • AVSC: Aviation Science
  • ENGL: English Language
  • HUM: Humanities
  • ICT: Information Computer Technology
  • MATH: Mathematics
  • PHYS: Physics

 

The course level is identified by the course numerical designate. The following rules apply:

  • Courses numbered as 100 are lower-division courses (Level I) courses and are generally taken in the 1st year. Second digit refers to the semester such as 123, indicates the third course offered in first year, second semester.
  • Courses numbered as 300 are upper-division (Level III) courses, reflecting advanced levels of technical skills and knowledge. Upper-division work is generally taken in the 2nd and 3rd year.
  • Courses numbered as 400 refers to the fourth year courses of the Applied Bachelor program. Since the Diploma program is the prerequisite of the Higher Diploma program, the course list covers all courses for the Diploma, Higher Diploma, and Bachelor. The applied bachelor study plan displays the course sequences in four years. The first two years constitute the Diploma degree, the third year completes the requirements for the Higher Diploma, and the fourth year completes the requirements for the Bachelor degree.