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Here's your roadmap to finishing your University degree faster with PLR credits from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Flight Engineer certification.

How many college credits is it worth?

The most current University review identified up to 9 credit(s) in course equivalencies at Thomas Edison State University for successfully completing the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Flight Engineer certification. A student's credit eligibility is determined according to the submission of appropriate documentation as well as the documented date of successful certification completion. If you completed your certification outside the effective dates listed in the following table, check the notes below the table for any reference to an earlier University review.

The certification components have been divided into the following courses:
(TIP: Hover over each column heading for a description)

Flight Engineer
TESU Course
Effective Dates
For Staff Use
Flight Engineer A3AVF-34105/2012-11/2019 FAA.FLTENG
Flight Engineer B3AVF-34205/2012-11/2019 FAA.FLTENG
Flight Engineer C3AVF-34305/2012-11/2019 FAA.FLTENG

Note: Eligibility for credit is determined by the date the highest level certification was issued by the FAA within each type certification. If you completed a certification prior to the effective dates listed in the table above, please contact us about your eligibility for credit from a prior University review.

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If you are seeking to transfer the PLR credits to another college, the decision whether or not to accept these credits in transfer rests with that college. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that the receiving institution's academic policy will allow transfer of each credit. Thomas Edison State University offers a non-degree service called Individual Learning Account that may be helpful.

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