Aviation University of the Americas

 

BSc. Aviation Theoretics

Course Summary

The course is engineering focused towards aircraft performance, aircraft handling qualities and flight systems, together with an aviation management theme which includes a hands-on aviation operations and flight practice dimension.

Entry Requirements

Seven CXC including Mathematics. Student who have not passed Mathematics and English will be required to do so before graduation.

Year 1

  1. Semester 1
    • Aviation History - Part 1
    • Study of pre-world War II Aircraft - Part 1
    • Study of post World War II Aircraft - Part 1
    • Aircraft Instruments - Part 1
    • Aircraft Indentification - Part 1
    • Sporting Activities - Part 1
  2. Semester 2
    • Language Options:
      • Spanish
      • English
      • Manderin
      • Sign Language
    • Caribbean History
    • Mathematics
    • Communication Studies
    • Information Technology
  3. Semester 3
    • Aviation History - Part 2
    • Study of pre-world War II Aircraft - Part 2
    • Study of post World War II Aircraft - Part 2
    • Aircraft Instruments - Part 2
    • Identfying Aircraft Instruments
    • Aircraft Indentification - Part 2
    • Aircraft Starting
    • Taxiing
    • Sporting Activities

Year 2

  1. Semester 1
    • The Study of Aircraft Accidents - Part 1
    • The History of Aviation in Jamaica and the Caribbean - Part 1
    • Aviation Regulations - Part 1
    • Aviation Weather - Part 1
    • Piston Engines - Part 1
    • Kit and Experimental Aircraft - Part 1
  2. Semester 2
    • Language Options:
      • Spanish
      • English
      • Manderin
      • Sign Language
    • Use of English
    • Survival Techniques
    • Sociology
    • Human Georgraphy
    • Physical Geography
    • Information Technology
  3. Semester 3
    • The Study of Aircraft Accidents - Part 2
    • The History of Aviation in Jamaica and the Caribbean - Part 2
    • Aviation Regulations - Part 2
    • Aviation Weather - Part 2
    • Piston Engines - Part 2
    • Kit and Experimental Aircraft - Part 2

Year 3

  1. Semester 1
    • The Study of Turbine Engines - Part 1
    • The Study of Aircraft Pressurization - Part 1
    • The Study of Aircraft Safety Systems - Part 1
    • The Study of Glass Cockpit Technology - Part 1
    • The Study of Runway Technology - Part 1
  2. Semester 2
    • Language Options:
      • Spanish
      • English
      • Manderin
      • Sign Language
    • The Study of Rotary Aircraft
    • The Study of the Rotary Engine
    • Gliders, Airships and Balloons
    • Human Biology
    • Guidance Counseling
  3. Semester 3
    • The Study of Turbine Engines - Part 2
    • The Study of Aircraft Pressurization - Part 2
    • The Study of Aircraft Safety Systems - Part 2
    • The Study of Glass Cockpit Technology - Part 2
    • The Study of Runway Technology - Part 2

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