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Introduction to Aviation Maintenance (ACMT 1000)

Credits:  3   Lecture Credits:  2.00   Lab Credits:  1.00  
Description:  You will review programs, policies, procedures, and publications in aircraft maintenance technology. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Technician Program.

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Materials and Process (ACMT 1100)

Credits:  4   Lecture Credits:  2.00   Lab Credits:  2.00  
Description:  This class covers hardware, materials, and hand tools used in the construction, repair and maintenance of aircraft, including metal alloys and their heat treatment. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Technician Program.

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Basic Science (ACMT 1105)

Credits:  4   Lecture Credits:  2.00   Lab Credits:  2.00  
Description:  This course reviews the principles of mathematical functions. You will learn signed numbers, roots, exponents, simple equation, geometry and their applications to aviation maintenance. In addition, you will learn the understanding of energy, matter, principles of simple machines, sound, and fluids, heat dynamics and how these relationships apply to aircraft maintenance. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Technician Program.

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Weight and Balance (ACMT 1200)

Credits:  2   Lecture Credits:  1.00   Lab Credits:  1.00  
Description:  In this course, you will learn to weigh an aircraft, calculate empty weight, and perform Empty Weight Center of Gravity calculations and record-keeping. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Technician Program.

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Aircraft Drawing (ACMT 1300)

Credits:  2   Lecture Credits:  1.00   Lab Credits:  1.00  
Description:  This course covers basic drawing knowledge, practices, and application to help you understand and create basic drawings and sketches. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Technician Program.

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Basic D. C. Electricity (ACMT 1400)

Credits:  5   Lecture Credits:  4.00   Lab Credits:  1.00  
Description:  This course covers the basics of D.C. circuits, Ohm's Law, and multi-meters and their use. You will learn to maintain, install, and remove both the lead-acid and ni-cad batteries used in current aircraft. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

Admission to Aircraft Maintenance program

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Sheet Metal Structures (ACMT 1500)

Credits:  6.5   Lecture Credits:  2.50   Lab Credits:  4.00  
Description:  This course covers basic sheet metal structures and their repair. You will learn to use fasteners and tools to make repairs caused by stresses and loads. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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Aircraft Welding (ACMT 1600)

Credits:  1   Lab Credits:  1.00  
Description:  This course gives you the ability to recognize acceptable welds. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Technician Program.

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Nonmetallic Structures (ACMT 1700)

Credits:  5.5   Lecture Credits:  2.50   Lab Credits:  3.00  
Description:  You will take a hands-on approach in this course, working with a variety of nonmetallic materials for aircraft painting and finishing. You will learn about a variety of aircraft applications, including plastic, fiberglass, honeycomb and composite constructions. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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Assembly and Rigging (ACMT 1800)

Credits:  2   Lecture Credits:  1.00   Lab Credits:  1.00  
Description:  In this course, you will gain knowledge and experience for in-flight aircraft on both fixed and rotary wing aircraft. By integrating the theory of nomenclature and rigging procedures, you will also learn about the effects of flight control systems. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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Hydraulics/Pneumatics (ACMT 1900)

Credits:  2.5   Lecture Credits:  1.00   Lab Credits:  1.50  
Description:  This course covers hydraulic systems and pneumatic systems, system components, system operation and servicing. You will learn the basic principles of hydraulics and how to perform maintenance work on hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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A.C. Electrical Equipment (ACMT 2000)

Credits:  4   Lecture Credits:  2.50   Lab Credits:  1.50  
Description:  This course covers the theory, operation, minor maintenance, and inspection of aircraft communication and navigational systems with emphasis on installation and inspection of radios and antennas. You will learn the basics of A.C. electricity, A.C. meters and measurements, solid-state devices, capacitors, inductors, transformers, and A.C. circuits. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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Airframe Inspection (ACMT 2100)

Credits:  2   Lecture Credits:  1.00   Lab Credits:  1.00  
Description:  In this course, you will learn to inspect, service and maintain an aircraft in order to keep it in airworthy condition. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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Electrical Systems & Troubleshooting (ACMT 2110)

Credits:  7   Lecture Credits:  4.00   Lab Credits:  3.00  
Description:  This course covers electrical systems, which generate, distribute and utilize electricity in various aircraft applications. You also learn the basic troubleshooting of electrical circuits and electrical systems as found on aircraft. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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Landing Gear Systems (ACMT 2120)

Credits:  3   Lecture Credits:  1   Lab Credits:  2  
Description:  This course provides the knowledge and skills necessary to properly inspect, check, service, and repair landing gear retraction systems, shocks, struts, brakes, wheels, tires and steering systems. This course also introduces you to the operations and purposes of position and warning systems. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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Enviornmental Systems (ACMT 2130)

Credits:  3   Lecture Credits:  2.00   Lab Credits:  1.00  
Description:  This course covers the theory and maintenance of aircraft interior and exterior environmental systems, including pressurization, air conditioning, heaters, supplemental oxygen systems, ice prevention and rain removal systems. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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Turbine Engines (ACMT 2140)

Credits:  7   Lecture Credits:  4.00   Lab Credits:  3.00  
Description:  This course covers the fundamentals of aircraft gas turbine engines, including the theory, design, construction, operating principles, inspection and maintenance fundamentals of aircraft gas turbine engines. You will also cover overhaul, removal and installation, troubleshooting techniques, and the maintenance fundamentals of aircraft gas turbine engines. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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Fire Protection Systems (ACMT 2150)

Credits:  1.5   Lecture Credits:  1.00   Lab Credits:  .50  
Description:  This course covers the principles of operation and maintenance of airframe and power plant fire detection and protection systems. Must be taken A-F. 
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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Instrument Systems (ACMT 2160)

Credits:  2   Lecture Credits:  1.00   Lab Credits:  1.00  
Description:  This course covers the theory, operation, minor maintenance, and inspection of aircraft instruments, with emphasis on installation and inspection. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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Fuel Systems (ACMT 2170)

Credits:  2   Lecture Credits:  1.00   Lab Credits:  1.00  
Description:  This course covers aircraft fuel system components, operation, inspection, adjustments and servicing. Must be taken A-F.
Prerequisites:

ACMT 1000, ACMT 1100, ACMT 1200, ACMT 1300 and ACMT 1400 or admission to the program with course equivalencies from another approved FAR 147 school  or admission to the program through FAA approval.

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