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Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance

Advance your aircraft maintenance career

Safety is crucial to the aviation industry and, as time goes on, aircraft maintenance skills and knowledge will continue to be in high demand by aviation and aeronautical employers.

The Associate/Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance degree at Embry-Riddle’s Europe campus enables you to build on the skills you already possess while laying the foundation for greater accomplishments.

If you hold an FAA Airframe & Powerplant Maintenance Certificate or EASA Part 147 B1 and B2 license, you are awarded 30 credit hours toward the bachelor’s degree. Students may also earn maintenance credit as part of the overall curriculum.

Beyond gaining critical skills needed to succeed in an aviation maintenance career, students will specialize in one of two maintenance functions: Management or Safety. You will also gain a solid core of general education courses that prepare graduates for success in any industry—not just aviation.

Degree Requirements
Course / TitleCredits
FAA Airframe & Powerplant Maintenance Certificate -OR-30
Aviation Maintenance Core Courses: 
AMNT 240 General Aeronautics and Applications3
AMNT 260 Aircraft Electrical Systems Theory3
AMNT 270 Airframe Structures and Applications3
AMNT 271 Airframe Systems and Applications3
AMNT 280 Powerplant Theory and Applications3
AMNT 281 Aircraft Propulsion Systems and Applications3
Aviation Maintenance, Aeronautical Science, Avionics Technology, Management, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering Technology12
Total Credits30

Designated Courses
Course / TitleCredits
Embry-Riddle courses in the general education categories of Communication Theory and Skills, Humanities, Social Sciences, Physical and Life Science, Mathematics, and Computer Science may be chosen from those listed above, assuming prerequisite requirements are met. Courses from other institutions are acceptable if they fall into those broad categories and are at the level specified.
English 123 English Composition3
Speech/ English6
MATH 111 College Mathematics for Aviation I -AND- 
MATH 112 College Mathematics for Aviation II 
MATH 140 College Algebra -AND- 
MATH 142 Trigonometry6
CSCI 109 Introduction to Computers and Applications3
HUMN 330 Values and Ethics3
Humanities Elective3
PHYS 102 Explorations in Physics3
Physical/Life Science Elective3
ECON 210 Microeconomics -OR- ECON 211 Macroeconomics3
Social Science Elective3
Total Credits36

Program Support
Course / TitleCredits
ASCI 202 Introduction to Aeronautical Science3
MGMT 201 Principles of Management3
MATH 211 Statistics with Aviation Application -OR- MATH 222 Business Statistics3
RSCH 202 Introduction to Research Methods *(Available July 2013)3

Program Core
Course / TitleCredits
ASCI 419 Aviation Maintenance Management3
MGMT 210 Financial Accounting3
MGMT 221 Introduction to Management Information Systems3
MGMT 311 Marketing -OR- 
MGMT 325 Social Responsibility and Ethics in Management3
MGMT 314 Human Resource Management -OR- 
MGMT 317 Organizational Behavior3
MGMT 324 Aviation Labor Relations3
MGMT 436 Strategic Management3
ASCI 490 Aeronautical Science Capstone Course3
Total Credits24
Program Specializations (Choose either Management or Safety)18
Total Degree Requirements120

Program Specializations (choose one)
Course / TitleCredits
MGMT 411 Logistics3
MGMT 420 Management of Production and Operations3
MGMT 422 Life Cycle Analysis and Systems and Programs in Aviation3
MGMT 424 Project Management3
Upper Level Management Electives6
Total Credits18
SFTY 320 Human Factors in Aviation Safety3
SFTY 335 Mechanical and Structural Factors in Aviation Safety3
SFTY 409 Aviation Safety3
SFTY 440 System Safety Management3
Upper Level Safety Electives6
Total Credits18

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