CURRICULAR GUIDE

Basic Aviation Technology
Certificate of Completion

Curriculum Code: 1037  (Effective Fall 2002 - Summer 2007)

This certificate of completion enables a non-licensed individual to develop the
knowledge and understanding of basic aviation maintenance practices used to
maintain aircraft in accordance with the Title 14 Code of Federal Aviation
Regulations.  While enrolled in this program, students will learn the basic
science and technical knowledge necessary to repair and maintain modern aerospace
vehicles.  Graduates will have demonstrated technical abilities in aircraft
ground handling and servicing, aircraft fueling procedures, parking and mooring,
equipment nomenclature and identification, unapproved parts identification, and
airport operations.  Completion of this certificate may be applied to the
Airframe and Powerplant License provided the student meets the requirements of
the Federal Aviation Regulation Part 147.

Students should see Course Descriptions or Course Offerings for course
prerequisite information.  See the Assessment and Placement Testing section for
skills assessment and advising information.

Contact the Aviation Technology Training Program at the LCC Aviation Center, Room
109, telephone number (517) 483-1406.

REQUIREMENTS                                                TOTAL:  19 CREDITS
CODE        TITLE                                                 CREDIT HOURS
AVGM 111    Aviation General I                                               4
AVGM 112    Aviation General II                                              6
AVGM 113    Aviation General III                                             4
AVGM 114    Material and Processes                                           5

            MINIMUM TOTAL                                                   19

1.    In accordance with Federal Aviation Regulation Part 147, completing the
      aforementioned curriculum does not constitute approval to take the Federal
      Aviation Administration Airframe or Powerplant Mechanic written, oral, and
      practical license exams.  The FAA approved training director must review
      individual student enrollment, course records, and certification course
      testing results before considering each student for certification
      approval.  Students are required to meet Federal Aviation Regulations Part
      147 training requirements to be eligible for certification.  Students will
      be required to complete each certification course with a minimum grade of
      71 percent and pass pre-tests for General and Airframe with a minimum
      grade of 80 percent to be considered for the Federal Aviation
      Administration written tests.  To obtain FAA certification approval,
      students will be required to complete additional coursework.
2.    Students must complete each course with a minimum grade of 71 percent to
      receive the Lansing Community College certificate of achievement.

Students should see course descriptions to find out when departments plan to
offer courses.  Students who for any reason are unable to follow the course
sequence suggested below (for example, those who are part-time, have transferred
in courses from another school, or have prerequisites to fulfill) should contact
an academic advisor or counselor for help with adjustments.

AVGM 111
AVGM 112
AVGM 113
AVGM 114