Flight students registered at World Wide Wings  in San Bernardino, California may register and learn to complete a 2 years Associate Degree in either Aviation Maintenance Technician or Avionics Technology at San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC).

These associate degrees prepare the student for employment and/or transfer to a 4 years university Bachelor’s degree.

Students may apply to start the associate degree program either in the Fall Semester (every August) or in the Spring Semester (every January).

In parallel to attending the Associate Degree classes at SBVC, they may also attend ground school and flight classes to learn and complete their Commercial Pilot license and Certified Flight Instructor license. On completion of their Certified Flight Instructor license, they will have the opportunity to work and earn as a flight instructor at World Wide Wings in San Bernardino, California.

Both these 2 years Associate degree courses prepare you for employment and/or transfer to a university to complete a 4 years bachelor’s degree. Each consists of 60 degree-applicable units in aviation subjects and the required general education courses.

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Minimum 10 + 2 educational qualification: Eligibility requirement for USA college program (preferably with Physics and Mathematics).
  • Good command of English (Read, Write & Speak): Minimum ICAO Level 4 required by airlines to be a practicing commercial pilot.
  • Issue of I20 for F1 or M1 visa. Click here as we guide you for admission /visa process.

DURATION:

2 years approximately (full time)

INCLUSIONS:

  • The course has 4 semesters
  • Units covered in each semester are stated below the respective Associate Degrees

1. ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN AVIATION MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

The associate degree/certificate in Aviation Maintenance Technician is designed to prepare students to qualify for the Airframe and Powerplant Certificate issued by the USA Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
This combined degree and certificate enables the holder to perform 100 hours and annual inspections on aircraft ranging from small aircraft used in general aviation  to jets utilized by commercial airlines. The written examinations are administered by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) through computer testing centers. The total program requires 1,900 hours of lecture and laboratory.

For this associate degree in Aviation Maintenance Technician, the student must complete all the course unit requirements for the certificate with a Grade of C or better, plus the general education requirements for the Associate of Science Degree.

Descriptions of these courses are given on the website of www.valleycollege.edu

CURRICULUM:

RECOMMENDED GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT COURSES

SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT NAME NO OF UNITS
ACAD 001 Strategies for College Success 1
PHYSC 101 Introductory Physics 4
MATH 102 College Algebra 4
ENGL 101 Freshman Composition 4
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PSYCH 100 General Psychology 3
ECON 101 Introduction to Economics 3
BUSAD 100 Introduction to Business 3
Total Units for General Education Courses 25

 

ASSOCIATE DEGREE’S REQUIRED MAJOR COURSES

SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT NAME NO OF UNITS
AERO 100  General/Calculations and Basic Electricity Airframe and Powerplant Technologies 5
AERO 100L General Laboratory/Calculations and Basic Electricity  Airframe and Powerplant Technologies 2
AERO 102 General/Materials and Servicing Airframe and Powerplant Technologies 5
AERO 101L General Laboratory/Materials and Servicing Airframe and Powerplant Technologies 2
AERO 102 Airframe Maintenance – Structures 6
AERO 102L Airframe Maintenance Laboratory – Structures 5
AERO 103 Airframe Maintenance – Systems and Components 6
AERO 103L Airframe Maintenance Laboratory – Systems and Components 5
AERO 104 Powerplant Maintenance – Reciprocating Engine Overhaul 6
AERO 104L Powerplant Maintenance Laboratory – Reciprocating Engine Overhaul 5
AERO 105 Powerplant Maintenance – Accessory Overhaul 6
AERO 105L Powerplant Maintenance Laboratory – Accessory Overhaul 5
Total Units for Major Courses 58

2. ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN AVIONICS TECHNOLOGY

This Associate degree/certificate in Avionics Technology is designed to provide students with the fundamentals of electronics technology as it applies to avionics. The curriculum prepares students for entry-level positions in aircraft electricity, maintenance, installation, field service, networking, and apprenticeship in the field of avionics technology.

For the associate degree, students must complete all requirements for the certificate with a Grade of C or better plus the General Education   Requirements, as recommended below, for the Associate of Science Degree. Descriptions of the below courses are given on the website of www.valleycollege.edu

Students working for certificates must have a basic knowledge of arithmetic, reading and writing in order to learn and work in the occupations they select.

CURRICULUM:

RECOMMENDED GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT COURSES

SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT NAME NO OF UNITS
ACAD 001 Strategies for College Success 1
PHYSC 101 Introductory Physics 4
MATH 102 College Algebra 4
ENGL 101 Freshman Composition 4
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PSYCH 100 General Psychology 3
ECON 101 Introduction to Economics 3
BUSAD 100 Introduction to Business 3
Total Units for General Education Courses 25

 

ASSOCIATE DEGREE’S REQUIRED MAJOR COURSES

SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT NAME NO OF UNITS
TECALC 087 Technical Calculations 4
ELECTR 110 Direct Current Circuit Analysis 3
ELECTR 111 Direct Current Circuit Laboratory 1
ELECTR 115 Alternating Current Circuit Analysis 3
ELECTR 116 Alternating Current Circuit Laboratory 1
ELECTR 155 Electronic Drawing and Assembly 3
ELECTR 230 Semiconductor Devices 3
ELECTR 235 Solid State Circuit Analysis 4
ELECTR 265 Digital Logic Design 4
ELECTR 266 Microprocessor Technology with Assembly Language 4
ELECTR 270 Linear Integrated Circuit Analysis 4
AERO 121 Aviation Fundamentals 3
AERO 140 Instrument Ground School 4
ELECTRC 220 FCC Rules and Regulations 3
ELECTRC 250 Radio Transmitters, Receivers and Antennas 4
ELECTRC 257 Navigation and Communication Systems 4
Total Units for Major Courses 52

COST:

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PAYMENT TERMS:

All Payments must be received in time to avoid suspension of flight training and visa status.

ADMISSION SCHEDULE:

An application can be made at any time. Contact us now!

HOUSING:

Payment as per housing agreement. Refer to our Housing page or click here

JOB STATUS:

This course takes you a step closer to getting acquired by a leading airline.

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