The curriculum structure of B.Sc. ame programs is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of aircraft maintenance principles, practices, and technologies. The core courses cover a wide range of topics related to aircraft systems, structures, and components, including aircraft maintenance procedures, aviation regulations, safety protocols, aircraft avionics, propulsion systems, electrical systems, and materials. In addition to core courses, students may have the opportunity to choose elective courses or specialization tracks in areas such as aircraft inspection, repair, troubleshooting, or specific aircraft types.

Practical training components, such as aircraft maintenance labs, workshops, or internships, complement theoretical instruction and provide hands-on experience in various aspects of aircraft maintenance. Furthermore, students may be required to complete industry projects, research assignments, or capstone projects that allow them to apply their knowledge and skills to real-world aircraft maintenance challenges. The curriculum structure is designed to equip students with the necessary competencies, technical proficiency, and industry-relevant skills to pursue careers as licensed aircraft maintenance engineers or technicians.

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