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.
After matriculation to Embry-Riddle, all flight training and academic courses must be completed on-campus to earn the minor in Flight.
|AS 121||Private Pilot Operations **||5|
|AS 221||Instrument Pilot Operations **||3|
|AS 321||Commercial Pilot Operations **||3|
|Upper-Level AS Course||3|
Flight courses *
|FA 121||Private Single Flight||1|
|FA 221||Instrument Single Flight||1|
|FA 321||Commercial Single Flight||1|
|FA 323||Commercial Multi Add On||1|
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.
A grade of "C" or higher is required for AS 121, AS 221, and AS 321.