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Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
Aviation Maintenance

Advance in the aircraft maintenance field

Education is the key to getting more out of life — whether you’re looking for a higher salary, greater job satisfaction, or a soaring sense of personal pride. Our Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance degree lets you build on the skills you already possess, while laying the foundation for greater accomplishments.

If you hold an FAA Airframe & Powerplant Maintenance Certificate, you may be awarded up to 18 credit hours toward the associate degree or up to 30 credit hours toward the bachelor’s degree. Students may also earn maintenance credit as part of the overall curriculum.

In the aviation industry, the most crucial task is to keep the planes flying safely. That’s why people with aircraft maintenance skills and knowledge will continue to be in high demand by aviation and aeronautical employers. In today’s competitive workforce, however, it takes something extra to move up the career ladder. Aviation professionals can get that edge with a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University — Worldwide.

Tim Harrison
"Everything I learned at Embry-Riddle I can apply at work."
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Industry Stats


$55,980
is the median salary of an Aircraft Mechanic.
$1,175
average in bonuses.
Information provided by Bureau of Labor Statistics
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