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Program Structure

 

Program Structure

The program is structured with basis in aircraft maintenance technology curricula that is outlined by the governing local and European civil aviation authorities as category “A” under Part 66 and CAR 147 of the corresponding legislations. The program covers three main areas referred to as, General, Program, and Specialization Requirements, in addition On Campus training, On the Job Training, and a Capstone project. The AMT has two specializations which include Aeromechanical and Avionics.

 

The Aeromechanical option covers all aspects of the curricula relative to airframe, powerplant, and aircraft systems. The Avionics option covers those aspects of electrical and electronics based aircraft systems. The following is a breakdown of credit hour content of each of the three main areas for each of the concentrations:

 

Diploma Level

No. Description Credits
1 General Requirements 26
2 Program Requirements 35
3 On Campus Training 06
4 On the Job Training 03
  Todal Credit Hours: 70

 

Higher Diploma Level

Aeromechanics and Avionics

No. Description Credits
1 General Requirements 30
2 Program Requirements 35
3 Specialization Requirements 33
4 On Campus Training 06
5 On the Job Training 03
6 Capstone Project 03
  Todal Credit Hours: 110

 

Applied Bachelor

Aeromechanics and Avionics Technology

No. Description Credits
1 General Requirements 32
2 Program Requirements 52
3 CAT-B Complementary Courses 32
4 Bachrlor Specialization Requirements 18
5 Elective Courses 09
6 On the Job Training 03
7 Graduation Project 04
  Todal Credit Hours: 150