The Aviation Maintenance Management is a special program in which 45 semester hours are awarded to students who possess the Federal Aviation Administration Aircraft and Powerplant (A&P) license. It is strongly encouraged that students enter with their A&P license prior to enrollment. If students do not have their license, they will have to take those courses at a different educational institution and transfer them back to MDC. Those students who enter with their license must complete an additional 38 required credits to obtain their associate’s degree in Aviation Maintenance Management.
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Prior to enrollment, students should have obtained their Federal Aviation Administration's A&P license. This license confers 45 credits toward the student's degree progress and is listed under course AVM9996. Students cannot graduate without their A&P license. Classes are offered in the day or evening with flexible on-line degree options. Topics of study include:
This course of study prepares students for employment in these areas, among others: