The Baccalaureate in Airway Sciences offers a balance of courses in the areas of science, technology and humanities. Students may choose one of the two majors described below; in addition, they may choose one of two minors, a minor in Airway Sciences or a minor in Commercial Pilot.
Description of the Majors
- Aircraft Systems Management (Professional Pilot)
This major is designed to prepare professional pilots with solid background skills in flight theory, meteorology and security. The Program covers the requirements established by the Federal Aviation Administration (F.A.A.) for the preparation of students to obtain certificates for Private Pilot, Single-engine and Multi-engine Commercial Pilot, the training for Instrument Flight, and the certifications for initial Flight Instructor, Instrument Flight Instructor and Multi-engine Flight Instructor.
- Aviation Sciences Management
This major develops the necessary skills for students to occupy managerial or administrative positions with the air transportation industry. It also provides a career targeted preparation where students may participate in an internship program during one semester with either airlines, government organizations or others.
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