Head of Department: Doç. Dr. İlker ÖRS
Erasmus Coordinator: Doç. Dr. Elif EREN GÜLTEKİN
Farabi Coordinator: Doç. Dr. Elif EREN GÜLTEKİN
Mevlana Coordinator: Doç. Dr. Elif EREN GÜLTEKİN
ECTS Coordinator: Doç. Dr. İlker ÖRS
To be a preferred department in the aircraft maintenance-repair sector with its graduates trained in accordance with national and international standards.
Adhering to the education and training principles of Selçuk University and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (SHY-66, SHY-145, and SHY-147); To train aircraft maintenance technicians with national and international qualifications, knowledge, and skills for the aviation industry.
The aim of the Aircraft Airframe and Powerplant Maintenance Department of Civil Aviation School is to train technical personnel who are well-qualified in aircraft maintenance with the necessary knowledge and skills for supplying the maintenance personnel needs of aviation-related institutions or organizations.
Language of Program:
Definition of Program:
In our department, basic courses in the first year, vocational courses in the 2nd and 3rd years, and elective courses besides vocational courses in 4th year are taught. During undergraduate education, our students are provided with professional knowledge at the contemporary level, and this knowledge is supported by laboratories, internships, and graduation projects to improve the student's research and practice abilities.
Admission and Registration Requirements:
The students are required to get enough points from the relevant score type of the entrance exam to the universities by OSYM and provide prerequisites of the department. On the other hand, it is possible to register for the program in such ways as horizontal transfer and vertical transfer.
Recognition of Previous Education:
Students who provide the necessary conditions and wish to pass the other undergraduate or associate degree programs are allowed to pass according to the rules of adjustment.
In order to graduate from the program, the students are required to successfully complete the courses, internships, and graduation projects taken during the 8 semesters.
Assessment and Evaluation Regulations:
Students are evaluated with a midterm exam and a final exam within 1 semester. After the final/repeat exam of the course, the student's success in a course is determined according to the letter grade given the total of 40% of the mid-term exam/exams average grade and 60% of the final/repeat exam grade by the instructor of the course. In order to be considered successful in a course, the student must have at least a CC letter grade.
The graduates of our department are employed in aircraft maintenance organizations. They can also work in other military and çivil aviation companies serving in aviation.
Access to Further Studies:
In accordance with the regulations of the High Education Board, it is possible to transfer to different undergraduate programs within the same or certain limitations with the horizontal and vertical transition programs. In addition, our graduates have the possibility of postgraduate education.