2. Describe and differentiate the major components, elements, and/or structures of the primary aircraft systems and subsystems. 3. List and/or diagram the relationship of subsystems and components to each other, the entire aircraft and the environment. 4. Summarize an understanding of the human operator as an independent, but related, subsystem and extension of the overall aircraft system. 5. Describe and categorize the elements of human and mechanical airworthiness. 6. Determine the differences – conceptually and practically- between Airworthiness Directives (ADs), Advisory Circulars (ACs), Service Bulletins, and other actions affecting aircraft airworthiness. 7. Classify and resolve practical issues and problems related to aircraft systems. Attendance and Punctuality: In aviation, reliability and punctuality are essential. NOW is the best time to learn how to make these traits a part of your lifestyle. Therefore, every student is expected to attend EACH class session and be ON TIME. Attendance counts as part of your grade, it is important to be in class to obtain the most from the discussion and presentations. Excessive and frequent tardiness may also be reflected in the final grade. Do not schedule vacations outside of the university scheduled breaks as those missed classes will not be considered excused. Excused absence is based on university guidelines. An e-mail or phone call to the instructor prior to the end of the class time is required for an excused absence. Date and time will be based on e-mail system or phone system log.
AVS 1230 COURSE SYLLABUS Spring 2018 Aircraft Systems Laboratory 3 | P a g e Quizzes, and exams cannot be made up if the student is absent unless the absence was pre- arranged through the instructor. The student must pre-arrange absences through email or phone contact. In the event of an emergency, the student will contact the instructor at their earliest convenience. Not all reasons for absence are acceptable for the allowance of make-up work. Absences will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. However, the following reasons are NOT acceptable: • Normally scheduled flight slot • Conflicts with other classes • Job related activities with or outside of WMU • Missing the bus • Leaving early for a scheduled break Student Conduct and Academic Honesty: You are responsible for making yourself aware of and understanding the University policies and procedures that pertain to Academic Honesty. These policies include cheating, fabrication,
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- Gail Rouscher