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  • Automotive Systems Technology - Associate Degree (General) - Guilford Technical Community College
    Applied Science Jamestown Day Advising Code A60160 DEVELOPMENTAL PRE REQUISITE COURSES Reading Writing Mathematics 070 RED 070 ENG 060 MAT 080 RED 080 ENG 070 MAT for MAT 115 090 RED 090 ENG CURRICULUM COURSES Fall Semester I Course Hrs Gra ACA 111 College Student Success 1 AUT 110 Introduction to Auto Technology 3 AUT 161 Basic Auto Electricity 5 AUT 186 PC Skills for Auto Techs 3 ENG 111 Expository Writing 3 MAT 115 Mathematical Models 3 Spring Semester I AUT 123 PowerTrain Diagnosis Service 2 AUT 151 Brake Systems 3 AUT 151A Brake Systems Lab 1 AUT 171 Automotive Climate Control 4 ENG 114 Prof Research and Reporting 3 Humanities Fine Arts Elective 3 Summer Term I AUT 141 Suspension and Steering Systems 3 AUT 141A Suspension and Steering Lab 1 AUT 113 Automotive Servicing 1 2 Fall Semester II AUT 163 Advanced Automotive Electricity 3 AUT 163A Advanced Auto Electricity Lab 1 AUT 181 Engine Performance 1 3 AUT 181A Engine Performance 1Lab 1 AUT 116 Engine Repair 3 AUT 116A Engine Repair Lab 1 Spring Semester II AUT 231 Man Trans Axles Drtrains 3 AUT 231A Man Trans Ax Drtrains Lab 1 AUT 183 Engine Performance

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  • Automotive Systems Technology - Associate Degree (Ford/GM) - Guilford Technical Community College
    Technology Associate Degree Ford GM Option Headlines GTCC Enrollment Hits 15 043 March 15 GTCC Trustees Name New Campus After Long Time College President March 15 view all Events view all AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY FORD GM OPTION Associate of Applied Science Jamestown Day Advising Code A60160 A1 FORD A60160 A2 GM DEVELOPMENTAL PRE REQUISITE COURSES Reading Writing Mathematics 070 RED 070 ENG 060 MAT 080 RED 080 ENG 070 MAT for MAT 115 090 RED 090 ENG Fall Semester I Course Hrs Gra ACA 111 College Student Success 1 AUT 110 Introduction to Auto Technology 3 AUT 161 Basic Automotive Electricity 5 AUT 163 Advanced Automotive Electricity 3 CIS 110 Introduction to Computers 3 COE 111 Co op Work Experience I 1 Note Total curriculum contact hours for eight weeks are 30 week In the Ford GM option programs successful completion of AUT 163 grade of C or better is required to enroll in the following semesters Spring Semester I AUT 141 Suspension and Steering Systems 3 AUT 151 Brake Systems 3 ENG 111 Expository Writing 3 COE 122 Co op Work Experience II 2 Social Behavioral Science 3 Note Total curriculum contact hours for eight weeks are 34 week Summer Term I AUT 116 Engine Repair 3 AUT 171 Auto Climate Control 4 COE 131 Co op Work Experience III 1 Note Total curriculum contact hours for eight weeks are 33 6 week Fall Semester II AUT 181 Engine Performance 1 3 AUT 183 Engine Performance 2 4 COM 120 Intro to Interpersonal Communication 3 MAT 115 Mathematical Models 3 COE 132 Co op Work Experience III 2 Note Total curriculum contact hours for eight weeks are 32 week Spring Semester II AUT 221 Auto Transmissions Transaxles 3 AUT 231 Manual Trans Axles Drtrains 3 ENG 114 Prof Research

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  • Guilford Technical Community College | Listing of Programs - Guilford Technical Community College
    General Radio and Telephone License examination Course work includes a background course in general aviation maintenance subjects sheet metal structures and fabrication basic airframe systems aircraft electrical and electronic systems aircraft engine electrical systems practical wiring long range and tactical navigation equipment flight management and flight control systems flight line testing and troubleshooting avionics systems interfaces and FAA regulations for repair stations Graduates will be qualified to sit for the FCC licensing exam and should be qualified for entry level employment as a line or shop technician in an avionics repair station an airfield fixed base operator s avionics shop or as an independent repair technician Awards Associate in Applied Science Greensboro Aviation Center day and evening Program Outcomes Upon successful completion of the Aviation Electronics program the graduate should be able to Work on all aircraft electrical systems with a specialized focus on communication navigation and flight management systems Design install troubleshoot remove and replace and test the full spectrum of avionics equipment Locate read interpret and apply all appropriate FAA and FCC regulations as well as applicable aircraft and associated systems manufacturers technical manuals schematics and directives Understand the privileges responsibilities and limitations applying to technicians certified to perform maintenance on aircraft Admissions Criteria A high school diploma or equivalent is required Placement tests determine enrollment in English ENG and mathematics MAT courses Many courses have prerequisites or co requisites check the Course Descriptions section for details In any Associate Degree or Vocational Diploma program for which there are more applicants who have completed the preadmission requirements than are positions admission will be determined on a point system or a first qualified first accepted basis Criteria for selection includes scores on standardized tests past academic performance and experience in the filed of interest Progression in this program is

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  • GTCC: Programs: Aviation: Scholarships - Guilford Technical Community College
    student High school students not considered Award available to U S citizens Funds Avail Minimum no of awards 1 Minimum award amount 2000 No and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year 1 scholarship s totalling 2 000 To Apply Required application form transcript test scores essay reference s Deadline 2 15 Contact Mr Mike Adamson Educational Foundation Executive Director 816 373 6565 info aea net Lowell Gaylor Memorial Scholarship Four Year College Two Year College University Vocational Occupational Scholarship Purpose Award for anyone who plans to or is attending an accredited school in avionics or aircraft repair program Minimum 2 5 GPA required One time award of 1000 Focus Aviation Aerospace Trade Technical Specialties Qualif Applicant must be full time student High school students not considered Award available to U S citizens Funds Avail Minimum no of awards 1 Minimum award amount 1000 No and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year 1 scholarship s totalling 1 000 To Apply Required application form transcript test scores essay reference s Deadline 2 15 Contact Mr Mike Adamson Educational Foundation Executive Director 816 373 6565 info aea net Bud Glover Memorial Scholarship Four Year College Two Year College University Vocational Occupational Scholarship Purpose Award for anyone who plans to or is attending an accredited school in an avionics or aircraft repair program Minimum 2 5 GPA required One time award of 1000 Focus Aviation Aerospace Trade Technical Specialties Qualif Applicant must be full time student High school students not considered Award available to U S citizens Funds Avail Minimum no of awards 1 Minimum award amount 1000 No and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year 1 scholarship s totalling 1 000 To Apply Required application form transcript test scores essay reference s Deadline 2 15 Contact Mr Mike Adamson Educational Foundation Executive Director 816 373 6565 info aea net L 3 Avionics Systems Scholarship Four Year College Two Year College University Vocational Occupational Scholarship Purpose Award for high school seniors or college students who plan on or are attending an accredited school in an avionics or aircraft repair program Must have minimum 2 5 GPA One time award of 2500 Focus Aviation Aerospace Qualif High school students not considered Award available to U S citizens Funds Avail Minimum no of awards 1 Minimum award amount 2500 To Apply Required application form transcript essay Deadline 2 15 Contact Mr Mike Adamson Educational Foundation Executive Director 816 373 6565 info aea net Mid Continent Instrument Scholarshi p Four Year College Two Year College University Vocational Occupational Scholarship Purpose Award for anyone who plans to attend or is attending an accredited school in an avionics or aircraft repair program Minimum 2 5 GPA required One time award of 1000 Focus Aviation Aerospace Qualif Applicant must be full time student High school students not considered Award available to U S citizens Funds Avail Minimum no of awards 1 Minimum award amount 1000 No and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year 1 scholarship s totalling 1 000 To Apply Required application form

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  • Aviation Electronics Technology (Avionics) - Associate Degree - Guilford Technical Community College
    Board approval This is a limited enrollment program Contact the Enrollment Services Office for Program Admission Requirements and Program Application Deadlines DEVELOPMENTAL PRE REQUISITE COURSES Reading Writing Mathematics 070 RED 070 ENG 060 MAT 080 RED 080 ENG 070 MAT for MAT 140 090 RED 090 ENG 080 MAT for MAT 171 CURRICULUM COURSES Fall Semester I Course Hrs Gra AVI 110 Aviation Maintenance General 15 ACA 111 College Student Success 1 MAT 171 Precalculus Algebra or 3 MAT 140 Survey of Mathematics 3 Spring Semester I AET 120 Sheet Metal Aircraft Structures 2 AET 122 Airframe Systems 4 AET 124 Aircraft Electronics Instrument Systems 2 AET 126 Advanced Aircraft Electrical Systems 4 ENG 111 Expository Writing 3 Summer Term I AET 130 Engine Electrical Systems 4 AET 132 Practical Wiring Human Factors 2 ENG 112 Argument Based Research 3 Humanities Fine Arts Elective 3 Fall Semester II AET 210 Avionics Maintenance Theory 2 AET 212 Aviation Navigational Equipment 2 AET 214 Long Range Navigation Systems 2 AET 216 Tactical Navigation Systems 2 AET 218 Flight Management and Control 2 COM 231 Public Speaking 3 Spring Semester II AET 220 Avionics System Interconnect 2 AET 222 Flight Line Testing 2

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  • Guilford Technical Community College | Listing of Programs - Guilford Technical Community College
    Study Aviation Management and Career Pilot Technology A60180 Headlines GTCC Enrollment Hits 15 043 March 15 GTCC Trustees Name New Campus After Long Time College President March 15 view all Events view all Details The Aviation Management and Career Pilot Technology curriculum prepares individuals for a variety of aviation and aviation related careers with commercial airlines general aviation operations the aerospace industry the military and state and federal aviation organizations Course work includes fundamentals of flight aerodynamics aircraft performance meteorology navigation federal regulations aviation management and instrument and commercial ground training Optional course work includes flight and simulator training or business management training Graduates will hold a commercial pilot certificate with an instrument rating or specialize in aviation management Graduates may find employment as commercial corporate and military pilots fixed base operators and airport managers flight instructors and flight dispatchers FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Awards Aviation Management Option Associate in Applied Science Greensboro Aviation Center day Career Pilot Option Associate in Applied Science Greensboro Aviation Center day Aviation Management Option Certificate Greensboro Aviation Center evening Career Pilot Option Certificate Greensboro Aviation Center evening Program Outcomes Upon successful completion of the Aviation Management Option the graduate should be able to Manage business flight ground operations Apply sales and marketing skills Communicate effectively Upon successful completion of the Career Pilot Option the graduate should be able to Pilot an aircraft for some positions certain specific certifications are required e g C F I M E I and C F I I Manage business flight ground operations Admissions Criteria Many courses have prerequisites or co requisites check the Course Descriptions section for details Admissions Office Application for Admission Apply Now Course Requirements Current students can login to WebAdvisor and click on Program Evaluation under the Academic Profile tab to determine the course requirements for

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  • FAQ's - Guilford Technical Community College
    own or their family s resources Students wishing to learn more should contact the Financial Aid Office 336 334 4822 ext 31186 Veterans may use the GI Bill for tuition and for a portion of their flight training To learn more contact the Veterans Representative 336 334 4822 ext 50521 Will all of my courses be taken at the Aviation Center located at the Piedmont Triad International Airport All of the courses required for an Associates Degree are available at the Aviation Center except Physics and the Physics LAB PHY 110 and PHY 110A These courses require lab facilities that are not available at the Tom Davis Aviation Center Any of the General Education courses except Physics can be taken at either the Aviation Center or at Jamestown Can I complete the program through evening courses Some of the classes needed for graduation are offered at night but the majority are offered only during daytime class periods this is especially true for the aviation related courses This is primarily because demand for evening courses is usually not strong enough to justify additional classes or instructors If demand is sufficient classes will be added A student can earn a certificate in aviation at night Although not the same as a degree it will be considered a plus when applying for corporate commuter or airline flight positions Do students enrolled in the program have to fly No Students taking the Management Option are not required to fly Do I need any type of flight physical prior to entering the program Students entering the Pilot Option should be able to pass the FAA CLASS I flight physical We encourage students to take the CLASS I physical early to determine if there are any problems that might prevent them from meeting hiring requirements for prospective employers after completing the program What are the requirements to become an airline pilot The requirements vary depending on the level of the position you are seeking An entry level position with a commuter airline or a corporate flight department will typically call for as a minimum 1000 1200 hours of flight time a two year degree a commercial instrument rating with some multi engine time and a CLASS I physical Most major airlines are currently hiring pilots with 2500 3500 hours a college degree an Airline Transport Pilot rating in addition to the others and the CLASS I physical Most airline pilots achieve those hours flying as instructors and the commuter or corporate flight departments It is important to note that as the pool of available pilot changes up or down so do the minimum requirements This is important because all projections point to a continually shrinking pool of available pilots What is the job market salary for graduates from the Pilot Option This is a really tough one to pin down since salaries vary based on what kind of flying the graduate is doing and our graduates hold such a wide variety of jobs Our students fly

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  • Aviation Management Technology - Associate Degree - Guilford Technical Community College
    Aviation Management Associate Degree Career Pilot Aviation Management and Career Pilot Technology Associate Degree Aviation Management Headlines GTCC Enrollment Hits 15 043 March 15 GTCC Trustees Name New Campus After Long Time College President March 15 view all Events view all AVIATION MANAGEMENT CAREER PILOT TECHNOLOGY AVIATION MANAGEMENT OPTION Associate of Applied Science Aviation Center Day Advising Code A60180 A1 DEVELOPMENTAL PRE REQUISITE COURSES Reading Writing Mathematics 070 RED 070 ENG 060 MAT 080 RED 080 ENG 070 MAT 090 RED 090 ENG 080 MAT for MAT 171 CURRICULUM COURSES Fall Semester I Course Hrs Gra ACA 111 College Student Success 1 AER 110 Air Navigation 3 AER 111 Aviation Meteorology 3 AER 113 History of Aviation 2 AER 150 Private Pilot Flight Theory 3 ENG 111 Expository Writing 3 Humanities Fine Arts Elective 3 Spring Semester I AER 112 Aviation Laws and FARS 2 AER 114 Aviation Management 3 AER 160 Instrument Pilot Theory 3 1 Aviation Elective or Co op 2 ENG 112 Argument Based Research 3 MAT 171 Precalculus Algebra 3 Fall Semester II AER 170 Commercial Flight Theory 3 AER 216 Engines and Systems 3 1 Aviation Elective or Co op 2 BUS 137 Principles of Management 3 COM 231 Public Speaking 3 PHY 110 Conceptual Physics 3 PHY 110A Conceptual Physics Lab 1 Spring Semester II AER 215 Flight Safety 3 AER 217 Air Transportation 3 1 Aviation Elective or Co op 2 BUS 153 Human Resources Management 3 BUS 280 REAL Small Business 4 PSY 150 General Psychology 3 1 Aviation Electives may be selected from the following courses AER 119 Aircraft Structures AER 211 Air Traffic Control AER 212 Airline Transport Pilot AER 213 Avionics AER 214 Air Carrier Operations AER 218 Human Factors in Aviation AER 220 Airport Management AER 280 Instructor

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