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Jan 30, 2003
I'm looking for info on completing a degree program with a school that with award full credit for an A&P certificate. Has anybody had any experience with this. ERAU gives credit for previous certificates but they are pretty stingy about how many credits they will award. A few years ago I was given 60 credits from Pikes Peak Comm College and after I transfered my info to them and finished a math class they closed the Aviation Maintenance program.
Eastern New Mexico University, Roswell.


With your mechanic certificate (A&P), you'll need to take four classes to achieve an associate of applied science.

You'll pay in-state tuition, which is a fraction of what ERAU will charge. It's an accredited school.
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