Aviation

(A.A.A.S. degree)

The Aviation A.A.A.S degree offers tracks in Air Traffic Control and Professional Pilot-Flight.

Air Traffic Control Track Required Program Courses: 21 hours (grade of C or better required)

Introduction to Aviation, Private Pilot I/II, Airspace and Air Traffic, Meteorology, Aviation Regulations, Air Traffic Control, Human Factors, Aviation Safety.

First Year Fall Program courses
Intro to Aviation
Private Pilot I
Meteorology
Airspace and Air Traffic
Recommended courses
College Writing I
First-Year Seminar

Spring Program courses
Private Pilot II
Instrument Rating Principles
Instrument Flight I and II
Aviation Regulations
Recommended courses
Biblical Literature
Interpersonal Communication or Speech Communication
Lifetime Fitness and Wellness

Second Year Fall Program courses
Commercial Pilot Principles
Commercial Flight I
Aircraft Systems
Aerodynamics and Aircraft Performance
Recommended courses
responsibility course
humanities course

Spring Program courses
Commercial Flight II
Aviation Safety
Human Factors
Recommended courses
social science course
natural science course
mathematics course

 

Professional Pilot-Flight Track Required Program Courses: 35 hours (grade of C or better required)

Introduction to Aviation, Private Pilot I/II, Airspace and Air Traffic, Meteorology, Aviation Regulations, Aircraft Systems, Aerodynamics and Aircraft Performance, Instrument Flight I/II, Instrument Rating Principles, Commercial Pilot Principles, Commercial Flight I/II, Human Factors, Aviation Safety.

First Year Fall Program courses
Intro to Aviation
Private Pilot I
Meteorology
Airspace and Air Traffic
Recommended courses
Speech Communication
First-Year Seminar

Spring Program courses
Private Pilot II
Instrument Rating Principles
Instrument Flight I and II
Aviation Regulations
Recommended courses
College Writing I
Lifetime Fitness and Wellness
social science course

Second Year Fall Program courses
Commercial Pilot Principles
Commercial Flight I
Aircraft Systems
Aerodynamics and Aircraft Performance
Recommended courses
Biblical Literature
humanities course

Spring Program courses
Commercial Flight II
Aviation Safety
Human Factors
Recommended courses
natural science course
responsibility course
mathematics course

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