2017-2018 Semester Catalog

Aviation Maintenance Technician-Power Plant (AM61) Certificate

Location and Advisement:

  • GNTC Aviation Training Center at Richard B. Russell Regional Airport/J.H. Towers Field
  • Advisor: Jon Byrd and Stephen Griffin

Program Description:

The Aviation Maintenance Technician-Powerplant program prepares students for employment in the field of aviation maintenance. The program emphasizes a combination of aircraft powerplant maintenance theory and practical application. This program meets the FAA academic requirements for Mechanic-Powerplant certification.

The Aviation Maintenance Technology program (‘AVMT’ Courses only) are regulated and certificated by the Federal Aviation Administration.

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Entrance Date:

Fall Semester

Required Courses (50 Credit Hours)

AVMT 1000Aviation Mathematics

2

AVMT 1010Aircraft Maintenance Regulations

2

AVMT 1020Aircraft Applied Sciences I

5

AVMT 1025Aircraft Applied Sciences II

4

AVMT 1030Aircraft Electricity and Electronics

5

AVMT 1210Aviation Physics

2

AVMT 2210Reciprocating Engine Powerplants I

3

AVMT 2220Reciprocating Engine Powerplants II

4

AVMT 2230Gas Turbine Powerplants I

3

AVMT 2240Gas Turbine Powerplants II

3

AVMT 2260Aircraft Engine Fuel and Fuel Metering Systems

4

AVMT 2270Powerplant Instruments, Fire Protection and Electrical Systems

3

AVMT 2275Powerplant Ignition and Starting Systems

4

AVMT 2280Aircraft Powerplant Accessory Systems

3

AVMT 2285Aircraft Propeller Systems

3

Total Credit Hours: 50 Minimum Credit Hours for Graduation