Aviation – AVIA

AVIA 101 – Ground School Training (2)

Instruction in the science of flight, introduction to the Regulations of the Federal Aviation Administration, and initial flight training. This course is completed upon passing the FAA written examination and completion of the student’s first solo flight. (2 credit hours) Offered as needed.

AVIA 201 – Advanced Flight and Instrument Ground School (3)

Before a student receives Instrument Training, he or she must fly 50 hours in command in cross-country flying and complete 125 hours of total flight time. He or she must also pass the Instrument Ground School. This course fills those requirements. Prerequisite: AVIA 102. (3 credit hours) Offered as needed.

AVIA 202 – Instrument Rating (4)

Designed to teach a student to fly in adverse weather conditions, relying primarily or solely on flight instruments. This course is completed upon receipt of the student’s Instrument Rating. Prerequisite: AVIA 201. (4 credit hours) Offered as needed.

AVIA 301 – Commercial Ground School Advanced Instrument Flight (3)

To receive payment for flying cargo or persons, the pilot must receive his or her Commercial Rating. The emphasis of this course is furthering the student’s instrument flight proficiency and completing Commercial Ground School. Prerequisite: AVIA 202. (3 credit hours) Offered as needed.

AVIA 302 – Commercial Pilot Rating (3)

To receive payment for flying cargo or persons, the pilot must receive his or her Commercial Rating. The emphasis of this course is training in complex aircrafts. This course is completed upon receipt of the Commercial Rating. Prerequisites: AVIA 202 and AVIA 301. (3 credit hours) Offered as needed.

AVIA 303 – Multi-Engine Instrument Rating

AVIA 304 – Multi-Engine Commercial Rating

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