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Aviation Maintenance Technology-Powerplant (Certificate)

The Powerplant certificate program prepares students for careers in aircraft Powerplant (Engine) maintenance. The program philosophy stresses a combination of knowledge, skills, and practical experience in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulations. Upon successful completion, a student will be prepared for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) oral, practical and written examinations for the FAA General and Powerplant certification. Once certificated by the FAA, a graduate is qualified to perform duties and responsibilities of a Powerplant mechanic.

Curriculum for Certificate in Aviation Maintenance Technology- Powerplant

Campus Location: Eastman, Georgia

A grade of C or higher is required in all AMTP courses.

Required Courses

AMTP 1000Aviation Mathematics

1 credit

AMTP 1010Aircraft Maintenance Regulations

2 credits

AMTP 1020Aircraft Applied Sciences

7 credits

AMTP 1030Aircraft Electricity and Electronics

3 credits

AMTP 1210Aviation Physics

1 credit

AMTP 2210Reciprocating Engine Powerplants

6 credits

AMTP 2230Gas Turbine Powerplants

5 credits

AMTP 2250Aircraft Engine Inspection

1 credit

AMTP 2260Aircraft Engine Fuel & Fuel Metering System

4 credits

AMTP 2270Aircraft Engine Electrical, Ignition, and Starting Systems

5 credits

AMTP 2280Aircraft Powerplant Accessory Systems

5 credits

Total hours: 40