Boeing predicts that the

Aviation Industry “will need

650,000 NEW Maintenance

Technicians globally by 2030″

-Manufacturing.net


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You can earn two Associate of Applied Science Degrees in just 15 months – one in Airframe Technology and one in Powerplant Technology. Hallmark College simulates an aviation workplace environment so students learn to become airframe and powerplant technicians in a well-equipped setting. The program at Hallmark College of Aeronautics allows students to utilize their acquired skills to diagnose, maintain and repair aircraft.

Through hands-on and classroom training, students will learn the proper tools and techniques required to become successful aircraft maintenance technicians. Our comprehensive Aviation Technology courses give students valuable time working with the equipment in a real-world setting.

 
  • Associate of Applied Science in Airframe Technology and Powerplant Technology

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    The courses in the combined Associate of Applied Science in Airframe Technology and Powerplant Technology program are designed to provide the necessary educational opportunities through classroom and laboratory teaching for a person to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to enter the industry as an entry-level Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Technician. Graduates will be eligible to take the Federal Aviation Administration examinations. Upon successful completion of the written exams, the graduate will be eligible to take the oral and practical examinations to complete the requirements for the FAA (A&P) Certificate, the technician may enter a number of employment areas, such as general aviation, fixed-base operations, executive aircraft services, major airlines, aircraft contractors, modification operations, and manufacturers as A&P technicians or technical writers.

  • Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance Management

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    The Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance Management completion program is designed to teach students about the management discipline as it relates to the aviation maintenance industry. The program offers coursework that is specifically designed for students to increase their understanding of their business and administrative skills, and to gain insight and knowledge in aviation maintenance management. Coursework will prepare the student to launch a career as an entry-level manager in aviation maintenance and as a leader in their respective field.

    Students pursuing this completion degree will be required to have obtained a FAA Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) certifications and have completed an accredited associate’s degree to ensure that all required competencies have been met.

    Students who complete the Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance Management completion program will be prepared to pursue entry-level management positions that may include Aircraft Maintenance Analyst, Maintenance Supervisor, Maintenance Planner, Aircraft Records Analyst, Aviation General Manager, and Aviation Support Specialist.

    The Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance Management completion program is offered entirely online.

    Successful candidates for this program must have all of the following:

    • Students must have completed at least an accredited associate’s degree to include:
      • 6 hours in Composition/Rhetoric
      • 6 hours in college level Math above the remedial math level
      • 3 hours in Humanities
      • 9 hours in Social Science/Behavioral Science
      • 6 hours in Communications
    • Students must have completed 6 hours of lower division Accounting
    • Students must have a current FAA Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) certifications

    Aviation Maintenance Management Program Outcomes:

    • Communicate both in writing and verbally about aviation maintenance concepts and processes using technical terms to both professional and administrative audiences.
    • Apply appropriate technical and problem solving skills in the context of work.
    • Work as an effective and dependable team member as well as independently.
    • Demonstrate how and when to self-start, especially in learning and seeking new knowledge in an ever-changing field.
    • Research and acquire data that demonstrates the ability to correctly interpret and apply technical information to insure continued airworthiness.
    • Operate ethically, integrating FAA regulations, company6 rules and policies, and individual decision-making.
    • Demonstrate safe work habits that reflect concern and care for self, others, and the continued airworthiness of aircraft.
    • Develop the skills and experience necessary to secure employment including development of documents and skills necessary for the job search.

    Bachelor of Science Aviation Maintenance

  • Aviation Technician Diploma

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    The courses in the Aviation Technician Program are designed to provide the necessary educational opportunities through classroom and laboratory teaching for a person to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to enter the industry as an entry-level Airframe and Powerplant Technician. Graduates will be eligible to take the Federal Aviation Administration examinations. Upon successful completion of the written exams, the graduate will be eligible to take the oral and practical examinations to complete the requirements for the FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate. With the FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate, the aviation technician may enter a number of employment areas, such as general aviation, fixed-base operations, executive aircraft services, major airlines, aircraft contractors, modification operations, and manufacturers aircraft engine and component manufacture.

  • Associate of Applied Science in Airframe Technology

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    The courses in the Associate of Applied Science in Airframe Technology Degree program are designed to provide the necessary educational opportunities through classroom and laboratory teaching for a person to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to enter the industry as an entry-level Airframe Technician. Graduates will be eligible to take the Federal Aviation Administration examinations. Upon successful completion of the written exams, the graduate will be eligible to take the oral and practical examinations to complete the requirements for the FAA Airframe Certificate. With the FAA Airframe Certificate, the airframe technician may enter a number of employment areas, such as general aviation, fixed-base operations, executive aircraft services, major airlines, aircraft contractors, modification operations, and manufacturers as airframe technicians or technical writers.

  • Associate of Applied Science in Powerplant Technology

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    The courses in the Associate of Applied Science in Powerplant Technology Degree program are designed to provide the necessary educational opportunities through classroom and laboratory teaching for a person to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to enter the industry as an entry-level Powerplant Technician. Graduates will be eligible to take the Federal Aviation Administration examinations. Upon successful completion of the written exams, the graduate will be eligible to take the oral and practical examinations to complete the requirements for the FAA Powerplant Certificate. With the FAA Powerplant Certificate, the powerplant technician may enter a number of employment areas, such as general aviation, fixed-base operations, executive aircraft services, major airlines, aircraft contractors, modification operations, and manufacturers as powerplant technicians or technical writers.

 

This program is regulated and approved by the Federal Aviation Administration and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. This program is approved and regulated by the Texas Veterans Commission, Veterans Education, but is not regulated or approved by the Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges.

Note: The General Education courses may be offered at the Technology Campus.

 

References:

1- http://www.manufacturing.net/news/2012/04/aviation-mechanics-a-high-flying-field