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Capitol Technology University Course Catalog

    Apr 21, 2024  
2023-2024 Course Catalog 
2023-2024 Course Catalog

Aviation Maintenance, M.Res.

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The Master of Research (M.Res.) in Aviation Maintenance degree is a unique program designed to meet the long-standing needs of disseminating research skills to those working with and dealing with the aviation related to all aspects of maintenance. The proposed M.Res. in Aviation Maintenance is for current professionals in the field of Aviation and those with associate knowledge that is needed to be incorporated into research. The University is in a unique position to give those students an avenue to pursue a deep proficiency in this area using an interdisciplinary methodology, cuttingedge courses, and dynamic faculty. Graduates will contribute significantly to the Aviation Maintenance field through the creation of new knowledge and ideas. The M.Res. in Aviation Maintenance program is designed as a degree by research where students will quickly become able to engage in leadership, research, and publishing. It is aimed at those that may want to explore research studies before starting a Doctorate by research. Likewise, those that work in research and want a master’s qualification but in a subject specific to their work. Aviation is becoming more technical and managing this requires higher skills in a larger percentage of the workforce. The university has a significant experience in aviation and aerospace subjects. Four faculty are Fellows of the Royal Aeronautical society and many faculty/adjuncts are members.

Student Outcomes

Upon graduation, graduates will be able to

  • Evaluate the need for Aviation Maintenance research and the application of the research to improving the field.
  • Recognize areas that research is needed in Aviation Maintenance to maintain the safety of the aircraft and its passengers.
  • Demonstrate advanced knowledge and competencies needed in quantitative and qualitative methodologies at the master’s level.
  • Create a detailed plan to research a relevant topic in Aviation Maintenance.
  • Execute a plan to complete a significant piece of scholarly work in Aviation Maintenance and defend it before their academic peers.

Course Requirements

Master of Business Administration 30 Credits


*AMM 700  must be taken as the only class in the first semester. NO more than one classes allowed in following semesters.

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