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Aviation Science, BS with Aviation Maintenance Concentration

Aviation Science, BS with Aviation Management Concentration.

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Earn Your Aviation Science, BS with Aviation Maintenance Concentration at A&M-Central Texas:

The Aviation Science, BS at Texas A&M University-Central Texas provides a comprehensive background in aviation studies, management and business to prepare students for airport and diverse general aviation-related roles. The Maintenance Concentration is designed for aircraft maintainers and builds leadership and maintenance management skills for greater opportunities in their career progression. Learn more about our Aviation Science, BS here.

Core Requirements
(Transfer Credits)
Other Institution Course Title SCH
CORE REQ (010)Communication Selection (010)3
CORE REQ (010)Communication Selection (010)3
CORE REQ (020)Mathematics Selection (020)3
CORE REQ (030)Life and Physical Sciences Selection (030)3
CORE REQ (030)Life and Physical Sciences Selection (030)3
CORE REQ (040)Language, Philosophy, and Culture Selection (040)3
CORE REQ (050)Creative Arts Selection (050)3
CORE REQ (060)American History Selection (060)3
CORE REQ (060)American History Selection (060)3
CORE REQ (070)Government/Political Science Selection (070)3
CORE REQ (070)Government/Political Science Selection (070)3
CORE REQ (080)Social and Behavioral Sciences Selection (080)3
ACCT 2301 (090)Principles of Financial Accounting (090)3
ACCT 2302 (090)Principles of Managerial Accounting (090)3
Subtotal: 42
Additional Lower-Level Degree Requirements
(Transfer Credits)
Other Institution Course Title SCH
Technical Specialization CreditACSI, AVIM, AERM, AIRP Elective33
COSC 1301Introduction to Computing3
ECON 2301Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON 2302Principles of Microeconomics3
Subtotal: 42
Upper-Level Degree Requirements
(Taken at A&M-Central Texas)
TAMUCT Institution Course Title SCH
AVSC 3300Maintenance Department Personal and Team Leadership (Personal and Team Leadership)3
AVSC 3310Managing Maintenance Organizations and People (Managing Organizations and People)3
AVSC 3350Technical and Professional Communications for Aviation Maintenance Managers (Technical & Professional Communications)3
AVSC 4333General Aviation and Corporate Business Aviation3
AVSC 4360Aviation Maintenance Management – Global Perspective (Aviation Maintenance Management-Global Perspective)3
AVSC 4396Capstone – Aviation Management (Emergency Preparedness)3
BUSI 3301Business Communications and Research3
BUSI 3311Business Statistics3
MGMT 3301Principles of Management3
MGMT 3302Personnel and Human Resource Management3
MGMT 4306Employer and Labor Relations3
MKTG 3301Marketing3
Subtotal: 36
Total: 120

Notice:
  • For the Occupational/Technical Specialization credits, students must have a Commercial Pilot License Rating, issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and taught under Gederal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 141 rules from an institution of higher learning (IHL).
  • For Commercial Pilot Liceses obtained outside of partnering IHL, only the following coursework articulation will be granted AIRP 2250 (3SCH), AIRP 2239 (3SCH), and AIRP 1417 (3SCH).
  • Transfer guides are for planning and visualization purposes only. Official degree plans will be provided after admission.