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Preliminary 2017-18 Catalog 
  
 
  Jul 21, 2017
 
Preliminary 2017-18 Catalog

Aviation Technology (Airplane/Helicopter/Ops/UAS) - AAS


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The Aviation Technology degree program prepares students for careers in aviation as helicopter or airplane pilots, flight service specialists, dispatchers, instructors, and unmanned aircraft operators. The degree also prepares students for the entrance exam into the FAA Air Traffic Control Academy in Oklahoma City.

Credit Hours Required: 60-63

Note: There are special admission requirements for the Aviation Programs. Call 928.776.2002 for details.

Note: Select one or more of the four concentrations.There is an alternate Airplane Operations Concentration plan available for students who are transitioning from the Helicopter Operations Concentration. Please contact Academic Advising for more information.

 

 

General Education Requirements


  1. Foundation Studies (12 credits)
    1. College Composition or Applied Communication  Credits: 6
    2. Numeracy (Quantitative Literacy)  Credits: 3
    3. Critical Thinking  Credits: 3
  2. Area Studies (7 credits)
    1. GEO 212  (Physical & Biological Science) Credtis: 4
    2. Behavioral Science  or Social Science  Credits: 3

Concentrations - Select one or more


Program Outcomes


Upon successful completion of the Aviation Technology (Airplane/Helicopter/Ops/UAS) Degree program, the learner will be able to:

  1. Fly or operationally control an aircraft under normal conditions. (AVT 104, AVT 109, AVT 113, AVT 115, AVT 116, AVT 117, AVT 118, AVT 120, AVT 121, AVT 122, AVT 123, AVT 124, AVT 135, AVT 204, AVT 205, AVT 209, AVT 210, AVT 211, AVT 212, AVT 214, AVT 215, AVT 217, AVT 218, AVT 220, AVT 221, AVT 227, AVT 230, AVT 231, AVT 236, AVT 245, AVT 246, AVT 247, AVT 260, AVT 261, UAS 100, UAS 103,UAS 110, UAS 115, UAS 120, UAS 200, UAS 215, UAS 250)
  2. Fly or operationally control an aircraft at night or under instrument meteorological conditions. (AVT 113, AVT 115, AVT 116, AVT 117, AVT 118, AVT 120, AVT 121, AVT 122, AVT 123, AVT 124, AVT 135, AVT 204, AVT 205, AVT 209, AVT 210, AVT 211, AVT 212, AVT 214, AVT 215, AVT 216, AVT 217, AVT 218, AVT 220, AVT 221, AVT 225, AVT 226, AVT 227, AVT 230, AVT 231, AVT 236, AVT 245, AVT 246, AVT 247, AVT 260, AVT 261)
  3. Fly or operationally control an aircraft under emergency conditions. (AVT 104, AVT 109, AVT 113, AVT 115, AVT 117, AVT 118, AVT 120, AVT 121, AVT 122, AVT 123, AVT 124, AVT 135, AVT 205, AVT 209, AVT 210, AVT 211, AVT 212, AVT 214, AVT 215, AVT 217, AVT 218, AVT 220, AVT 221, AVT 226, AVT 227, AVT 230, AVT 231, AVT 235, AVT 236, AVT 245, AVT 246, AVT 247, AVT 260, AVT 261)
  4. Meet industry requirements to enter the aviation career field flying or operationally controlling aircraft. (ART 139, AVT104, AVT 109, AVT 113, AVT 117, AVT 118, AVT 120, AVT 121, AVT 122, AVT 123, AVT 124, AVT 135, AVT 200, AVT 201, AVT 204, AVT 205, AVT 209, AVT 210, AVT 211, AVT 212, AVT 214, AVT 215, AVT 217, AVT 218, AVT 220, AVT 221, AVT 226, AVT 227, AVT 230, AVT 231, AVT 236, AVT 245, AVT 246, AVT 247, AVT 260, AVT 261, BSA 100+, EGR 180, EMA 101, EMA 140, MET 100, UAS 100, UAS 103, UAS 110, UAS 115, UAS 120, UAS 200, UAS 215, UAS 250)
  5. Make safe aeronautical decisions using scenarios and/or actual flying conditions. AVT104, AVT 109, AVT 113, AVT 115, AVT 116, AVT 117, AVT 118, AVT 120, AVT 121, AVT 122, AVT 123, AVT 124, AVT 135, AVT 204, AVT 205, AVT 209, AVT 210, AVT 211, AVT 212, AVT 214, AVT 215, AVT 217, AVT 218, AVT 220, AVT 221, AVT 225, AVT 227, AVT 230, AVT 231, AVT 236, AVT 245, AVT 246, AVT 247, AVT 260, AVT 261, UAS 100, UAS 103,UAS 110, UAS 115, UAS 120, UAS 200, UAS 215, UAS 250)

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