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Can I get Financial Aid at Hallmark University?

Yes. Hallmark University is approved for federal financial aid, scholarships, and U.S. veterans benefits.

Are you accredited?

Yes, Hallmark is accredited through the ACCSC(Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges).

How long are your class semesters/terms?

Our terms are 8 weeks long. This allows us to have 6 terms a year so there is no need to wait to apply.

Is Hallmark a 2 year or 4 year University?

We offer associate, bachelor, and master level degrees. We are not a trade school and we offer degrees which are found at both 2 year and 4 year colleges/universities. The biggest difference is that our degrees can be completed in nearly half the time of traditional universities.

Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance Management

Increase your potential to grow in the aviation industry as you learn how to be a leader through management. This degree allow Airframe and Powerplant Certified individuals to take the next step towards management positions.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES:
  • Aircraft Maintenance Analyst
  • Maintenance Supervisor
  • Maintenance Planner
  • Aircraft Records Analyst
  • Aviation General Manager
  • Aviation Support Specialist
Aeronautics students listen to instructor explain parts of an aircraft engine
20
Month Program

Earn your degree in under 2 years.

100%
Online

Access your program from anywhere, at anytime.

A&P
Certification

issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) required.

Top 10
IN THE U.S.A.

At producing graduates ready for FAA exams.

FAA APPROVED AVIATION MAINTENANCE SCHOOL

Federal Aviation Administration LogoTo become an Aircraft Maintenance Technician, the FAA requires individuals
to attend an approved educational institution or earn specific amount of on-the-job experience before taking the required examinations for licensure. Hallmark University is a FAA approved aviation maintenance school certified to train individuals on a wide range of aircraft and aviation structures. Students who complete one of our programs are authorized to take the required FAA examinations and become a licensed aircraft technicians.

Hallmark was very helpful in getting me my job. In their Career Placement Program, they helped me get a job at Cessna in San Antonio, which started my whole career and helped me travel around the world doing all the things I have achieved.

Chad White

The experience I had was phenomenal. What I liked about the education is that it is classroom instruction paired with hands on learning.

Scott Halford

Airport Campus

Our aviation campus provides students with tools, equipment and faculty required to learn and excel in the exciting field of aircraft mechanics. Like most mechanic schools, our students work with a variety of tools while learning to fix and maintain engines and training equipment. Unlike typical maintenance schools, our students get to work on operational jet and turbine engines, previously-airborne airframes, and a multitude of aeronautical equipment currently utilized in the aviation industry.

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INDUSTRY OUTLOOK

Aviation Maintenance manager meeting with employeesAVIATION MAINTENANCE MANAGERS HAVE AN ESTIMATED JOB GROWTH OF 10% FROM 2016 TO 2026 AND A MEDIAN SALARY OF $108,250.

– Bureau of Labor Statistics

Job Growth

Aviation Maintenance Manager positions are growing more than 50% faster than all occupations combined.

The outlook is promising for those entering the aviation maintenance manager job market as Operations Specialties Managers job growth is projected at 12% for 2016-26, which is much greater than the 7% average of all occupations combined.

Data gathered from BLS.gov

Employment growth chart for Aviation Maintenance Management graph
Salary Outlook

Salaries for Operations Specialties Managers are more than 3x the average of all occupations combined.

The BLS reports that Operations Specialties Managers median annual wages are $115,700 which is drastically better than the total of all occupations at $37,690. The highest 10 percent earned more than $187,670 highlighting the promising future these managers have.

Data gathered from BLS.gov

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Aviation Maintenance Managers Salary Graph
Changing Education by Making It Affordable

Our commitment to changing education does not end at innovative programs and student experience. We are committed to making education affordable by offering programs at a competitive tuition cost with a unique value proposition – spend less time in school, and more time making money.

Less Time, More Money

Our fast-paced model allows students to go through our Aviation Maintenance Management bachelor program in just 20 months. This is almost three times faster than the national average for bachelor degree completions in 58+ months. Studies have shown that on average, every year spent at a university can cost over $68,000 in lost wages and tuition – that’s nearly $220,000 in savings at Hallmark University.

-The 4-Year Myth, completecollege.org

Hallmark University

20

Month Bachelor’s Degree

vs

National Average

58

Month Bachelor’s Degree

=

Earn a Bachelor’s

Almost 3x

Faster at Hallmark
Tuition Costs

Table Description

Cost Per Credit HourTotal Credit HoursTechnology Fee Per Term
$49560$150

*Tuition does not include any additional fees

Financial Assistance

Financial aid is available.

Hallmark University is approved for federal financial aid, scholarships, and U.S. veterans benefits.

Learn more about financial options at Hallmark University.

Aviation Maintenance Management Admissions Requirements

In addition to the general admission requirements (see General Requirements), in order to be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Science Aviation Maintenance Management degree program, an applicant must meet all of following entrance requirements:

  • Verification of completion of an Associate’s degree program on an official transcript from an accredited college or university with an undergraduate GPA of 2.50 or higher.
  • Have a current Airframe and Powerplant certification issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) FAR Part 147.
  • Verification of completion of at least 30 credit hours in Arts and Science with a grade of C or better that must include:
    • 6 hours in Composition/Rhetoric
    • 6 hours in college-level Math above the remedial Math level
    • 3 hours in Humanities
    • Verification of completion of at least 6 credit hours of lower division accounting with a grade of C or better.

Applicants are required to submit a typed essay stating the purpose for pursuing a bachelor’s degree, personal goals as a student in the program and as a future graduate. If the student feels it is necessary, they may explain any limitations to their acceptance such as low scores on tests or transcripts.

Previously completed coursework will be evaluated for eligibility to transfer credit.

Transfer Conditions

Transfer credits may be applied under the following conditions:

  • The institution where previous credits were earned, must be accredited by an agency recognized by the United States Department of Education and/or the Council on Post-Secondary Education.
  • Aviation credits must be from an FAA certified school.
  • Subjects or courses to be transferred must be comparable in scope and content to Hallmark University’s Units of Instruction as described in the current catalog.
  • Grades earned must be equivalent to or greater than a “C” for consideration. Hallmark University credit earned with a “D” may transfer from one Hallmark University program to another with the exception of Nursing.
  • Only credit for technical courses completed within the last five (5) years will be considered.

Final approval of transfer credits will be made only after an official transcript is received from the granting institution. Higher level coursework may be awarded as credit for a lower level course. Amount of approvable transfer credits are subject to residency requirements. Where credit is granted, program length and cost will be adjusted as appropriate. If the student receives transfer credit, the student’s scheduling track may be affected. A Unit of Instruction comprehensive test and practical projects may be deemed necessary to ascertain proficiency for credit purposes.

EVALUATION OF FOREIGN CREDENTIALS

An official evaluation of foreign credentials must be completed before transfer credits can be granted. All foreign credentials submitted to Hallmark University must be the originals of a certified English translation. Applicants are responsible for arranging for credential evaluation and must pay all costs associated with obtaining the translation and submitting the documentation for approval by the appropriate Office of the Registrar and/or Dean of Academics.
Hallmark University will accept an evaluation from the following evaluators:
SpanTran Educational Services, Website: www.spantran.com
Foreign Credentials Service of America, Website: www.foreigncredentials.org

Program Outline

The Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance Management completion program is designed to teach students about the management discipline as it relates to the aviation maintenance industry. The program offers coursework that is specifically designed for students to increase their understanding of their business and administrative skills, and to gain insight and knowledge in aviation maintenance management. Coursework will prepare the student to launch a career as an entry-level manager in aviation maintenance and as a leader in their respective field.

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Courses
  • Aviation Maintenance Management
    Core Courses
    Course #Course Title
    ACCT 3301

    Financial Accounting and Reporting

    This course serves to enhance the concepts of Managerial Accounting and its use to make decisions within the organization. The course will provide an opportunity to evaluate the business enterprise and aid in its planning, organizing, and controlling functions.
    Prerequisite: ACCT 2301 and ACCT 2302

    BUSI 3301

    Business Law

    This course is a study of the laws affecting the operation of businesses. Legal analysis of contemporary environment of business law including the common law, legal reasoning, court systems and procedures, constitutional law, torts, contracts and corresponding areas of Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code, agency, property, bailment, international law, and related jurisprudential topics in light of social, ethical, political, economic, and global perspectives. Topics include commercial paper, credit transactions, security devices, and bankruptcy.

    BUSI 3315

    Business Ethics

    This business ethics course offers an introduction to the concept of values, morality, as well as cultural beliefs and upbringing in all areas of business, from consumer rights to corporate social responsibility. Decisions made by shift managers or corporate presidents may affect thousands of individuals or entire communities. Consumers today expect and demand integrity, honesty, and transparency in all levels of their environment. Understanding those expectations is the key to communicating core values and behavior not only to employees but society in general. This course helps enhance your aptitude to “think, act, and lead” ethically.

    BUSI 3325

    Entrepreneurship

    This course examines the theory and practice of promoting and managing innovation in start-ups and existing firms. It explores successful strategies, funding techniques, business models, risks, and barriers to introducing break-through products and services. Topics include business model innovation, design-driven innovation, leadership, strategy, information technology, knowledge management, process improvement, performance measurement, and change management. Students create a business plan by exploring innovative business ideas, legal forms of organization, financing sources, market assessment, and budgeting.

    BUSI 4310

    International Business

    The student will study the scope of business operations and policies specific to international business and global competition. Case studies will be used to analyze the problems of conducting business across national boundaries and within a multinational environment. Analysis of these problems will include insight into the many perspectives involved in international relationships. Societal and environmental impacts of international business activities will be studied.

    FINA 3301

    Corporate Finance

    The student will be introduced to the basic concepts, principles, and analytical techniques of financial management. The course will emphasize net present value, cash flows, and the tradeoff between risk and return. Other topics will include the time value of money, financial planning and analysis, capital budgeting, valuation and risk and return.
    Prerequisite: ACCT 2301, and ACCT 2302

    MRKG 3305

    Principles of Marketing

    In this course, you will learn about the basics of marketing management of which advertising and sales are simply two facets. You will be introduced to other aspects of marketing, such as the four P’s, marketing strategy, promotion, market planning, distribution, target marketing, market segmentation, and pricing. You will learn that the fundamental asset of a corporation is its customers. Hence, the supreme importance of the “marketing concept” is an attempt to identify and satisfy its customers’ needs and wants. The marketing concept is a corporate orientation to business that starts with consumers and integrates marketing into every other corporate function.

    MGMT 3315

    Organizational Behavior

    The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to the managerial process by analyzing organizations as a social system. Topics include decision-making models, leadership traits and behaviors, conflict management, group and team behavior, managerial effectiveness, and an individual’s effect on organizational effectiveness.

    MGMT 3317

    Management Information Systems

    The course examines the use of technology in organizational settings by providing a basic understanding of information systems and the management decision making involved. Topics include use and control of information; acquiring and maintaining a competitive edge and how technology impacts individuals, organizations, and society. Students will also register and join the SAP Community Network (SCN), navigate the various SAP applications used in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).

    MGMT 3325

    Leadership Development

    This course serves as foundational research into leadership with emphasis on application and skill development while exploring historical and contemporary leadership theories, models, and perspectives. The goal of the course is to assist each student to become a more informed and effective leader in his or her intended professional and personal setting. In this course, we will cover the following topics: Overview of key leadership theories and models; differences between management and leadership; followership, influence, and power; and introduction to leadership coaching.

    MGMT 3330

    Project Management

    The purpose of this course is to examine project management situations and functions, the project life cycle, and numerous methods of job preparation, planning, and assessment to accomplish project goals. This course leads to a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification. This is a nationally and internationally recognized certification in project management offered by the Project Management Institute.

    MGMT 3335

    Operations Management

    This course provides students with concepts, techniques, and tools to design, analyze and improve operational capabilities of an organization through the introduction to concepts, principles, problems, and practices of operations management. Emphasis is placed on process improvement and managerial processes for effective operations in both goods-producing and service-rendering organizations. Topics include operations strategy, process design, capacity planning, facilities location and design, forecasting, production scheduling, inventory control, quality assurance, and project management. The topics are integrated using a systems model of the operations of an organization.

    MGMT 4335

    Human Resource Management

    This course examines the role of the human resource professional as a strategic partner in managing today’s organizations. Students will examine the changing roles and responsibilities of human resources managers, the acceptance and integration of the human resources function as a full business partner, and the higher expectations placed on human resources leadership to make a significant contribution to the successful management of the organization. Students will explore the role managers and supervisors play in the successful management of the organization’s human resources. Topics to be examined include the functions of Human Resource Management, relationships within the organization, policies and procedures, workplace diversity, and the role of human resources in a global economy. Human Resource Management deals with the wide range of activities by which organizations acquire, maintain, and utilize their workforces.

    MGMT 4340

    Introduction to Risk Management

    This course builds on the concepts learned in corporate finance by teaching risk management tools used in making financial decisions. Students will review the role of risk regulation in financial markets, and learn how to identify and describe the various types of financial risk and their sources. Risk management tools such as insurance, retention funds, and external funds are also covered.

    MGMT 4341

    Change Process Management

    Organizations move through several identifiable stages as they grow and develop. In some cases these changes are planned, in others they are unplanned. The need for organizations to meet and to cope with changing conditions requires innovation, creativity, and flexibility. This course will help develop the skills and knowledge required to promote the use and implementation of innovative work practices to effect change and manage changes, so there is minimal workplace disruption.

    MGMT 4355

    Power and Negotiation

    This course provides multiple opportunities to practice your negotiating skills, to correct any mistakes that naive negotiators tend to commit, reflect upon your experiences, and increase your effectiveness. It is designed for relevance to the broad spectrum of bargaining problems faced by the manager and professional. The essence of this course can be distilled to analyze, reflect, and practice. Negotiations occur both in our professional and personal lives, from complex contracts to daily interactions. The flattening of organizations means we are all increasingly finding ourselves negotiating with peers, managers, subordinates, collaborators, clients, and partners.

    MGMT 4365

    Strategic Management

    This course introduces the concept of strategic management through readings, discussion, and case analyses, and considers the basic direction and goals of an organization, the environment (social, political, technological, economic and global factors), industry and market structure, and organizational strengths and weaknesses. It is concerned with managerial decisions and actions that affect the performance and survival of business enterprises. It covers several important management topics, including the context of strategy, leadership, managerial uses of structure and design, and performance.

    Concentration Specific Courses
    Course #Course Title
    AVMT 4309

    Human Factors in Aviation Safety

    This course provides an introduction and overview of the theories, concepts, applications, and practices of the field of aerospace safety and covers topics such as human factors, mechanical factors, accident investigation, safety programs, and safety statistics.

    MGMT 3311

    Airlines Operations/Compliance

    A study of the scope and function of a major air carrier’s organizational structure and the specific relationships of the operations department with those of marketing, maintenance, and safety are discussed. A study of corporate issues including the industry in general, market structure, certification, FAR Part 121 regulations, economic issues, mergers, corporate culture, and international topics will be included.

    MGMT 3319

    Aviation Maintenance Management

    A comprehensive examination of organizational maintenance policies, programs, and procedures. Emphasis on maintenance planning; forecasting and cost control; reliability and safety; and flight schedule performance.

Can I get Financial Aid at Hallmark University?

Yes. Hallmark University is approved for federal financial aid, scholarships, and U.S. veterans benefits.

Are you accredited?

Yes, Hallmark is accredited through the ACCSC(Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges).

How long are your class semesters/terms?

Our terms are 8 weeks long. This allows us to have 6 terms a year so there is no need to wait to apply.

Is Hallmark a 2 year or 4 year University?

We offer associate, bachelor, and master level degrees. We are not a trade school and we offer degrees which are found at both 2 year and 4 year colleges/universities. The biggest difference is that our degrees can be completed in nearly half the time of traditional universities.