Upon course completion, students will be able to:
1. Describe and apply aircraft electrical system components and application requirements.
2. Identify and describe aircraft fuel systems and components to include reciprocating and turbine engines.
3. Evaluate the laws of flight physiology involved in various aircraft systems.
4. Explain and interpret the laws of basic fluid and pressure physics as they relate to aircraft systems.
5. Identify the principles of aircraft oxygen, pressurization, and air conditioning control systems.
6. Examine the development, classification, design, installation, and operations of aircraft instruments.
7. Compare and contrast fundamentals of aircraft avionics, radio communications and components.
8. Assess aircraft ice systems, rain systems and their applications.
9. Evaluate fire protection systems and their applications.
10. Examine and differentiate regulations and various data pertaining to aircraft inspections, maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting.