Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, because AMS students are full-time, degree-seeking students, they are eligible for academic, ROTC and athletic scholarships, in addition to all types of federal and state grants and loans.

*Associate of Science in Aviation Maintenance Science students will not qualify for merit based aid from Embry-Riddle

Yes, our AMS students have the opportunity to participate in internships with a variety of companies in the aviation and aerospace industry, including, but not limited to, airlines, corporate aviation, and manufacturers. An internship combines students’ academic and career interests with work experience. It aids in bridging the gap between student life and the world of work.

The A&P certification, general and common core courses, and one of three Areas of Concentration (AOCs).

  1. Flight
  2. Maintenance Management
  3. Safety Science
The ALM program is a one-semester (four-month) program that covers the installation, troubleshooting, and test equipment for advanced avionic systems.
Yes, the Career Services Office offers personalized assistance to AMS students in preparation for the transition between college student and professional. Students can receive assistance with creating a resume and cover letter, job search strategies, finding internships, interview preparation, and a variety of other career development services. Each student is assigned a Program Manager to provide one-on-one career advising in the above areas.
Yes, you will be required to have your own hand tools. Review the general toolkit list and advanced toolkit list.

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Department of Aviation Maintenance Science
600 South Clyde Morris Blvd.
Daytona Beach, Florida 32114