2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Sep 27, 2021  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

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Aviation (B.S.) - Aviation Maintenance Management Specialization



Program Coordinator/Contact

Cody Christensen, Associate Professor
School of Health and Consumer Sciences

Wagner Hall 425, Box 2275A
605-688-5161

Program Information

The Aviation Maintenance Management Specialization is focused on students who wish to repair and maintain aircraft. SDSU has partnered with approved FAA A&P programs across the United States to offer a four-year degree in aviation maintenance management. Students will go through maintenance training at an approved maintenance school and will then transfer to SDSU to complete the additional management degree requirements. Students may have the opportunity to work for the Chief of Aviation Maintenance at SDSU prior to graduation.

Student Learning Outcomes

Aviation Maintenance Management graduates will be able to:

  • Apply the general education core to the aviation profession.
  • Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of aircraft systems and operations.
  • Apply financial, economic, and management aspects to the aviation maintenance field.

Course Delivery Formats

Aviation students learn through lecture, laboratory, and hands on experience working on SDSU Aviation aircraft.

Requirements for Aviation Major - Aviation Maintenance Management Specialization: 120 Credits


Bachelor of Science

College of Education and Human Sciences Requirements


Electives


 Consult with advisor for approved list.

Total Required Credits: 120


Summary of Program Requirements


Bachelor of Science

System General Education Requirements 32 Credit Hours
College of Education and Human Sciences Requirements 4 Credit Hours
Major Requirements 47 Credit Hours
Supporting Coursework 30 Credit Hours
Electives** 7 Credit Hours

**Taken as needed to complete any additional degree requirements.

Academic Advising Guide Sheet


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