The Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering Technology (Aircraft Maintenance) program of Lincoln University College, Malaysia (LUC) deals with design, manufacturing, service, and testing of aircraft. The students also learn the techniques of operating an aircraft and rocket. The most important aspects of it are designing, maintenance, manufacturing, services, testing of aircraft like capability, components and various other parts. The various skills that can be gained by the course include Good numerical and mathematical skills, problem-solving skills, eye to details, good interpretation of figures, plans and machines.
The program aims to provide the students with the skills and knowledge to create and maintain the machines as well as improve the quality of life for those who depend on and use them. Through this program the students will learn how to design, manufacture, maintain, operate and support all varieties of aerospace vehicles. It is a portion of aerospace engineering devoted solely to the mechanics of the flight of crafts operating inside the earth's atmosphere.
Graduates can find jobs in the aviation industry, in government as well as private airlines. Along with the aviation industry, these graduates are hired by defense establishments for building and maintenance of defense aircraft.
After completion of this course the students are expected to find jobs and work as:
Duration : 36 Months.
|Sl.No.||MQA Subject Code||Subject Name||Credits|
|1||DAET 1113||Engineering Mathematics||3|
|2||DAET 1123||Engineering Physics||3|
|4||MPU 2113/ MPU 3132||Malaysian Studies 2 / Malay language communication 1||3|
|5||DAET 1133||Basic Engineering Drawing and Computer Aided Design||3|
|6||DAET 1213||Fundamentals of Electrical||3|
|7||DAET 1223||Electronics and Digital Techniques||3|
|8||DAET 1233||Materials and Hardware||3|
|9||DAET 1243||Aviation Legislation||3|
|10||MPU 2222||Creative Problem Solving||2|
|11||DAET 1313||Aerodynamics and flight controls||3|
|12||DAET 1323||Material Engineering||3|
|13||DAET 1333||Fundamentals of Gas Turbine and components||3|
|14||DAET 2113||Aircraft Structures||3|
|15||DAET 2123||Avionics 1||3|
|16||MPU 2332||Constitution and Society||2|
|17||DAET 2143||Gas Turbine Systems and Propulsion||3|
|19||DAET 2213||Aviation Safety and Health||3|
|20||DAET 2223||Aircraft Handling Practices||3|
|21||DAET 2233||Aircraft Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems||3|
|22||DAET 2243||Avionics 2||3|
|23||DAET 2253||Human Factors in Aviation||3|
|24||DAET 2313||Aeroplane air-conditioning & cabin pressurization systems||3|
|25||DAET 2323||Workshop Maintenance Practices||3|
|26||DAET 2332||Project Management||2|
|27||DAET 3114||Final Year Project||4|
|28||DAET 3212||Industrial Training||12|
Intake and Entry Requirements
Entry Requirements :
Any changes to the Standard Program / professional body requirements / recommendations MQA will apply only to new cohorts of students.
The implementation of the entry qualification by Standard Program / professional body requirements / recommendations apply MQA are based on the provisions that have been set out in the circular Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) enforcing the use of a Standard Program / professional body requirements / recommendations MQA.
For non-Malaysian citizens, please refer to the Malaysian Qualification Agency's (MQA) List of Overseas Qualifications & its equivalency with Malaysian Education System to see if you qualify for this course.