Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology, Evening, AS S0951
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Total Number of Units: 93.5
Degree requirements include reading competency. This requirement is met by attaining eligibility for READ 100 or by completing READ 90. Complete the online Assessment Questionnaire (AQ) at https://www.mtsac.edu/assessment/aq/
The Aircraft Maintenance Technology program is one of the oldest technology programs currently in operation at Mt. San Antonio College. Mt. SAC is certified by the Federal Aviation Administration to train new technicians to enter the industry as a general aviation technician, a corporate aircraft technician, or as a commercial aircraft technician.
For additional information: https://www.mtsac.edu/aircraft-maintenance/pdf/AIRM-program-flyer.pdf
Department recommends AIRM 74, 80, and PHYS 1 as elective courses.
Completion of AIRM 95 A/B, 96A/B, 97A/B, & 98A/B will also satisfy the Aircraft Power plant Maintenance Technology-Evening (Certificate T0952)
Completion of AIRM 90A/B, 91A/B, 92A/B, & 93A/B will also satisfy the Airframe Maintenance Technology –Evening (Certificate T0981)