Undergraduate Course Catalog 2008-2009

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AVIATION MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT/BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

Total Credit Hours: 128
Major Credit Hours: 89

This program is designed for the student who is planning a career in aviation maintenance management. The successful student will have a minimum of 128 credit hours and receive Lewis University Certificates of Completion for both Airframe and Powerplant.

I. Core Courses (80)
46-102 Introduction to Aviation (1)
46-106 Aviation Fundamentals (4)
46-110 Aircraft Structures I (4)
46-120 Aircraft Electricity I (4)
46-130 Introduction to A/C Structures and Engine NDT NDE (3)
46-135 Drafting and Blueprint Reading (3)
46-200 Aircraft Instruments (4)
46-201 Aviation Physics I (4)
46-202 Aviation Physics II (3)
46-210 Aircraft Structures II (4)
46-220 Aircraft Electricity II (4)
46-310 Aircraft Reciprocating Engines (4)
46-320 Aircraft Systems (4)
46-330 Aircraft Engine Accessories (4)
46-410 Gas Turbine Powerplants (4)
46-420 Aircraft Propellers (4)
46-430 Aircraft Inspection and Engine Testing (4)
47-321 Aviation Legislation (3)
47-353 Air Transportation (3)
47-373 Aviation Safety (3)
47-463 Aircraft Accident Investigation (3)
13-115 College Mathematics (3)
(or any higher-level Mathematics course)
06-111 College Writing I (3)

II. Management Courses (9)
61-200 Principles of Management (3)
61-360 Human Resource Management (3)
61-380 Supervisory Management (3)

III. General Education Courses* (39)

The following general education requirements are listed and satisfied under the core curriculum: The writing I requirement is met by College Writing I (06-111).

The mathematics requirement is met by Intermediate Algebra (13-119).

The two science requirements are met by Aviation Physics I & II(46-201 and 46-202).

The college experience requirement is met by Introduction to Aviation (46/47-102).

The advanced writing requirement is met by successful completion of Aviation Legislation (47-321) and Aircraft Accident Investigation (47-463).


*For details on additional required coursework, see the General Education section in this catalog.