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Flight (Fixed Wing)

The Flight minor incorporates the courses required to obtain the FAA commercial pilot certificate with instrument and multi-engine ratings. In addition to the required flight courses, rigorous academic classes are included to provide professional pilot education in excess of the minimum FAA requirements for the associated FAA certificates. Included is instruction in CRM, team building, resource management, communication skills, and other topics associated with piloting multi-engine aircraft at the commercial level. Students must select one of two tracks

AS 121Private Pilot Operations5
AS 221Instrument Pilot Operations3
AS 221LInstrument Pilot Operations Laboratory1
AS 321Commercial Pilot Operations3
AS 321LCommercial Pilot Operations Laboratory1
Select one of the following Tracks:7-11
Flight Track *
Private Single Flight
Instrument Single Flight
Commercial Single Flight
Commercial Multi Add On
Upper-Level AS Course
Flight Education Track *
Flight Instructor Ground Course
Private Single Flight
Instrument Single Flight
Commercial Single Flight
Commercial Multi Add On
Flight Instructor Rating
Multi-Engine Flight Instructor Rating
Total Credits20-24
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See the Advanced Standing section in the University Academic Regulations and Procedures and the Aeronautical Science Notes under the Aeronautical Science degree sections of this catalog for information pertaining to these courses and the awarding of credit for previously earned FAA certificates.

 Note: This minor is not open to students pursuing a degree in Aeronautical Science with a Fixed Wing Professional Pilot Track.