The purpose of this program is to prepare students for successful careers as pilots in the air transportation industry.
Students who complete this program will:
Be certificated by the FAA as commercial pilot with an option for being FAA certified as a Flight Instructor.
Have FAA pilot certification and be legally qualified for an entry-level position in the commercial aviation industry.
Have knowledge and skills to serve in responsible positions in a corporate aviation department.
Be skilled in the use of multiple industry libraries and data base systems and be skilled as a researcher in the aviation industry.
Be skilled in the use of various systems of measure and conversion; be skilled in the use of performance tables and graphs; plot data manually and electronically to determine performance and trends.
Skillfully access a multitude of library accessible resources for applications information and topical research projects; be skilled in the use of local and national libraries and databases.
Accurately use systems of measure, skillfully perform unit conversions, and be skilled in computational analysis defining airplane operational performance; accurately use performance tables, charts and graphs; use interpolation to derive implied values; and be skilled in the use of aviation specific manual and electronic calculators to determine time, rate and trends.
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