Aviation Maintenance Technology

  • Credits: 95.5
  • Degree Type: A.A.S.
  • Campus: Thief River Falls

Program Learner Outcomes

  1. Student will successfully pass the required FAA testing required of an Airframe and Power plant Mechanic.
  2. Student will utilize appropriate technology as it pertains to the aviation industry.
  3. Student will interpret various FAA Regulations that apply to maintenance in the aviation industry.
  4. Student will apply appropriate safety work habits and procedures.
  5. Student will apply principles of troubleshooting for various aircraft maintenance tasks.
  6. Student will demonstrate the proper use of hand tools appropriate to the industry.
  7. Student will use technical information provided by various aircraft manufactures to perform aircraft maintenance.
  8. Student will document various maintenance tasks according to the FAA Regulations.
  9. Student will read and interpret technical information found in the aircraft records.
  10. Student will demonstrate the necessary skills to properly maintain an aircraft in an airworthy condition.