Technology and Health Division
The Commercial Flight curriculum prepares students for careers as aircraft pilots as well as related ground occupations in aviation. Students have the opportunity for optional flight training with commensurate college credit. The pilot license is not required for graduation but it is desirable for career advancement.
This program prepares students for military and civilian aviation careers through transfer programs to bachelor’s degree aviation curricula throughout the nation. With concurrent flight training, students may achieve the commercial pilot certificate and instrument rating simultaneously with the A.S. degree.
This degree requires the completion of General Education coursework plus the following:
|AERO 100||Primary Pilot Ground School||4|
|AERO 102||Aviation Weather||3|
|AERO 104||Federal Aviation Regulations||3|
|AERO 150||Commercial Pilot Ground School||3|
|AERO 152||Air Transportation||3|
|AERO 200||Aviation Safety and Human Factors||3|
|AERO 202||Aircraft and Engines||3|
|AERO 252||Instrument Ground School||3|
|AIRT 151||Aircraft Recognition and Performance||3|
Note: The Commercial Flight faculty recommend that students complement their studies with selected elective courses chosen from the list above. Students should meet with a professor of commercial flight to help them determine which electives would best suit their career plans.
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