Aviation Technology Degree Information

Students may pursue aviation career flight training, while obtaining college credits for an Associate of Applied Science in Aviation Technology. This degree program provides pilot certification as Instrument Rated Commercial Pilots. The basic flight courses offered in our Degree curriculum are FAA approved (under FAR 141). Additionally, students may obtain Tail Wheel Endorsements, Multi-Engine Rating, Certified Flight Instructor and Instrument Flight Instructor Ratings. Students pay tuition for college credits plus Flight Training Costs.

For a complete listing of required Specialized Course Requirements, contact Program Director or view our course catalog.

There are numerous jobs available for graduates who earn certificates and degrees in Aviation. For national statistics and facts about Aviation training and the job outlook for graduates: Gainful Employment.

Associate of Applied Science

Courses Credits
AAS General Education Requirements 15
Written Communication 6
Oral Communication 3
Mathmatics 3
Social and Behavioral Science 3
Specialized Course Requirements 44
Electives 3
Total Required Credits 62

Occupational Certificate

Courses Credits
Total Required Credits (Specialized only) 39

Occupational Certificate (Private Pilot)

Courses Credit
Total Required Credits (Specialized only 8