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Aviation Maintenance Management 2+2 BS

Be a Leader in Aviation Maintenance!

The University of Central Missouri's Aviation Maintenance Management 2+2 B.S. program focuses on management and leadership. It is designed for students who currently hold an FAA Aviation Mechanic certificate and have an Associate degree in an aviation technical field.

The program is designed to provide a certified aviation maintenance technician with an Associate degree with a high quality educational experience that will lead to a B.S. degree, and serve as a capstone credential that will allow for career advancement and greater opportunity to excel as an aviation professional.

Admission Requirements

The Aviation Maintenance Management option is a 2+2 program for students that have earned an associate degree in an aviation maintenance related field and hold the FAA Aircraft Mechanic Certificate with Airframe and Powerplant Ratings.

In addition, a member of the Armed Forces who has received approval for testing for the Aviation Mechanic Certificate with Airframe Rating, Powerplant Rating or both, based upon military training, may be admitted into this degree program with the acquisition of the FAA Mechanic Certificate being required prior to completion of coursework.

This program will allow you to complete your bachelor's degree requirements at the University of Central Missouri in Aviation Maintenance Management.

Career Options for Graduates

  • Airline Maintenance Supervisor
  • Corporate Director of Maintenance
  • Military Maintenance Officer
  • Maintenance School Director
  • Maintenance Inspector
  • Quality Assurance Manager

Graduate Outcomes

The graduate from this degree program will not only have the technical skills and FAA Certification and Ratings necessary to work within the aviation industry as an Aviation Maintenance Technician, but will also have the managerial skills and expertise needed to serve in leadership and decision making roles within the aviation industry.

Contact

Dr. Terry L. Hunt
Associate Professor and Chair
T.R. Gaines 210
Tel: (660) 543-4969

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