Head of the study: Darko Virovac, M.Sc., sen. lect., B.Eng.
Professional title upon graduation: professional baccalaureus/baccalaurea engineer of aircraft engineering
Abbreviation: bacc. ing. aeronaut.
Type of study: full-time and part-time study
Number of places: 35 full-time and 35 part-time

Aircraft Maintenance is a study programme that encompasses the education in the field of organization of maintenance and implementation of the technology of aircraft maintenance and aircraft systems and equipment for civil and military aviation. The students acquire knowledge about the design and characteristics of aircraft, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering systems and aircraft equipment, organization and technology of maintaining aircraft, aircraft systems and equipment, implementation of safety measures at work and quality assurance and control of aircraft maintenance in compliance with current standards.

By completing the professional study programme Aircraft Maintenance the students acquire knowledge and skills necessary to perform the activities in the field of aircraft maintenance.

The baccalaurea of this study programme can independently solve professional issues of planning, organization, technical protection and control of technological processes in all the phases of aircraft maintenance system and aircraft equipment in compliance with the standards of airworthiness control.

Students who graduate from the study programme of Aircraft Maintenance shall be competent in performing aircraft maintenance operations within civil, military and police organizations.

 

LO label Learning outcomes description
OZR1 Complete operating manuals based on the analysis of aviation regulations relating to aircraft maintenance, airworthiness and operating requirements
OZR2 Outline the structure of an airline company and an organisation dealing with the maintenance of aircraft, its engines or other parts
OZR3 Classify the levels of maintenance according to the impact on safety and costs of ordinary and extraordinary maintenance
OZR4 Apply the concept of quality system in an airline company or an aircraft maintenance organisation
OZR5 Distinguish aircraft maintenance according to MSG-2 and MSG-3 concepts
OZR6 Distinguish single parts of an aircraft in relation to the physical laws of flying and functioning of aircraft systems
OZR7 Apply standard maintenance procedures prescribed in the aircraft maintenance programme
OZR8 Make a diagram of change of the centre of gravity in compliance with the aircraft design performances, and with the operational limitations for aircraft flying and maintenance, as a result of the aircraft weighing
OZR9 Calculate the necessary minimum of spare parts and materials in the warehouse for aircraft maintenance
OZR10 Solve problems in the field of mechanics, thermodynamics, electrical engineering, aerodynamics and fluid mechanics, relating to aircraft operations
OZR11 Analyse errors in operational flying from the aircraft maintenance reliability programme
OZR12 Distinguish responsibilities for the provision of working conditions, task accomplishment and the process of organising aircraft maintenance
OZR13 Describe professional and ethic responsibility of the human factor in aircraft maintenance
OZR14 Use English with aviation vocabulary at the level sufficient to understand the aircraft technical documentation and to apply procedures written in English
OZR15 Present one’s own attitudes, solutions and projects through seminar papers, development of projects and the final paper
OZR16 Use information technology and electronic methods for instructing and self-study

 

Curriculum of Aircraft Maintenance study

Obligatory courses:

 

Elective courses:

 

Accreditation OZR (PDF, 256 kb)