101: Private Pilot Ground I. 0-3-3. An introduction to basic aerodynamics, aircraft systems, instrumentation, performance, and aviation weather. Initial preparation for FAA Private Pilot Certificate.
102: Private Pilot Ground II. 0-3-3. Preq., PRAV 101. An introduction to FAA regulations and procedures, communications, navigation, aviation physiology, aviation safety and emergency procedures. Final preparation for the FAA Private Pilot Written Certificate.
110: Private Pilot Flight I. 4-0-1. Preq., PRAV 101, 102 or concurrent enrollment. Provides student with approximately 11 hours of simulator/dual/solo flight instruction. Designed to meet FAA flight requirements for the Private Pilot Certificate. Special Fee.
111: Private Pilot Flight II. 4-0-1. Preq., PRAV 102 or concurrent enrollment. Provides student with approximately 24 hours of dual/solo flight instruction. Designed to meet FAA flight requirements for the Private Pilot Certificate. Special fee.
200: Aircraft Powerplant Systems. 0-3-3. Preq., PRAV 101/102. Theory of piston engines. A study of the internal combustion process in the radial, opposed and V-typed engines including engine driven accessories.
205: Aircraft Electrical Systems. 0-3-3. Preq., PRAV 101 and 102. Fundamentals of aircraft electrical systems.
208: Introduction to Computers. 1-2-2. Introduction to computers to acquire computer literacy. Study of hardware, software, systems, and application in aviation.
223: Fixed Base Operations. 0-3-3. Preq., PRAV 101 and 102. Detailed study of the functions and responsibilities of the typical Fixed Base Operator.
239: Aviation Weather. 0-3-3. Preq., PRAV 102. Weather systems, weather reporting, airborne weather radar, weather safety, and severe weather avoidance. Designed to meet weather knowledge requirements for instrument, commercial, and CFI ratings.
240: Instrument Pilot Ground I. 0-3-3. Preq., PRAV 102 and 111 or concurrent enrollment. Attitude instrument flying, instrumentation, navigation systems for general aviation and air carriers. Designed to meet the FAA ground training requirements for the Instrument rating.
241: Instrument Pilot Ground II. 0-2-2. Preq., PRAV 240 and Private Pilot Certificate. Navigation/approach charts, regulations pertinent to instrument flight, instrument flight planning, communications. Departure, en-route, and approach procedures. Final preparation for FAA Instrument rating.
242: Instrument Flight I. 3-0-1. Preq., Private Pilot Certificate. Provides the student with approximately 15 hours of instrument flight instruction necessary to meet the FAA requirements for the Instrument rating. Special Fee.
243: Instrument Pilot Flight II. 3-0-1. Preq., PRAV 242. Provides the student with approximately 60 hours of dual instrument flight instruction necessary to meet the FAA requirements for the Instrument rating. Special Fee.
303: Aerodynamics. 0-3-3. A study of advanced aircraft design, aerodynamics, and performance.
305: Jet Propulsion Systems. 0-3-3. Preq., PRAV 102. Theory of jet propulsion to include turbojet, turbofan, and turboprop engines.
315: Airport Planning & Management. 0-3-3. Provides the student with introductory exposure to the field and scope of airport planning and management.
316: Human Factors in Aviation. 0-3-3. For recognition of the comprehensive role of human factors in enhancing aviation safety.
320: Corporate Aviation. 0-3-3. Value/Benefit analysis of the corporate aviation decision. Topics include aircraft selection, flight department administration and operations, aircraft maintenance, FAA regulatory requirements, and future considerations.
322: Aviation Law. 0-2-2. Study of aviation law development and application. Case studies. Required for Airway Science curriculum.
331: Air Carrier Systems: 0-3-3. Study of air carrier operations to include flight planning, large airplane systems, and performance systems. A capstone course designed to prepare students for a career with a commercial carrier.
332: Air Carrier Operations. 0-3-3. Study of required pilot operations and dispatcher procedures.
340: Commercial Pilot Ground I. 0-3-3. Preq., PRAV 240. Aerodynamics, performance, instrumentation, stability and control, aircraft limitations, aircraft systems, aviation safety. Designed to meet FAA ground instruction requirements for Commercial Pilot Certificate.
341: Commercial Pilot Ground II. 0-2-2. Preq., PRAV 340. Advanced navigation, aircrew decision making, crew resource management, physiology of flight. FAA Part 121, 125, and 135 operations. Final preparation for FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate.
342: Commercial Pilot Flight I. 6-0-1. Preq., PRAV 341 or Private Instrument Certificate. Provides students with approximately 21 hours of flight instruction. Designed to meet the flight requirements for the FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate.
343: Commercial Pilot Flight II. 6-0-1. Preq., PRAV 342. Provides students with approximately 23 hours of flight instruction. Designed to meet the FAA flight requirements for the Commercial Pilot Certificate. Special Fee.
344: Commercial Pilot Flight III. 6-0-1. Preq., PRAV 343. Provides students with approximately 22 hours of flight instruction. Designed to meet the FAA flight requirements for the Commercial Pilot Certificate. Special Fee.
400: Multi-Engine Ground. 0-2-2. Preq., PRAV 341 and 343. Ground instruction for FAA Multi-Engine rating. Emphasizes systems, crew concept procedures, emergency procedures, performance, weight/balance and air carrier flight planning procedures.
405: Instrument Flight Instructor. 3-2-3. Preq., PRAV 414 and Certified Flight Instructor Rating and approval of Department Head. Provides students with fundamentals necessary to analyze and instruct instrument referenced flight maneuvers and procedures. Prepares student for FAA Instrument Flight Instructor rating (CFII).
407: The National Airspace System. 0-3-3. A survey course designed to instruct the student on the National Airspace Systems to include Air Traffic Control issues and procedures.
410: Multi-Engine Pilot Flight. 3-0-1. Preq., PRAV 400 or concurrent enrollment. Provides students with flight instruction necessary for FAA Multi-Engine rating. Special fee.
411: Instructor Pilot Flight. 3-0-1 (3). Preq., PRAV 414 or concurrent enrollment and a Commercial Instrument Pilot Certificate. Provides students with flight instruction necessary to meet the requirements for an FAA Flight Instructor Certificate (CFI). Special fee
414: Flight Instructor Ground. 0-3-3. Preq., PRAV 241 and 243 and a Commercial Instrument Pilot Certificate. Fundamentals of flight instruction and analysis of visual reference flight maneuvers. Preparation for FAA Instructor Pilot Certification (CFI).
415: Air Transport Pilot Flight. 3-0-1 (3). Preq., approval of Department Head. Provides the student with flight instruction necessary to meet the requirements for FAA Airline Transport certificates and ratings. Special fee.
419: Supervised Practice Flight/Ground Instruction. 3-0-1 (4). Preq., completion of PRAV 411 and 414. Directed observation and instructional critique of the studentís performance in developing lesson plans and presenting actual flight and ground instruction.
440: Airline Economics and Management. 0-3-3. An advanced study of airline operation, fleet acquisition, management techniques, economic considerations, public benefits applications.
490: The Government Role in Aviation. 0-3-3. Preq., Senior standing. Historic, current and future governmental control. A study of congressional action, the NAS, the FAA, ICAO, and state and local aviation laws.
491: Flight Safety. 0-3-3. Historical development of aviation safety, accident/incident analysis and reporting, introduction to accident investigation, human factors, accident prevention and development of aviation safety programs.
495: Aviation Professionalism. 0-3-3. Preq., senior standing. Study of aerospace industry and career opportunities. Emphasis on business climate and job acquisition. Overview of business, management, labor practices, and professional responsibility.
496: Internship in Aviation. 3-12 hours credit. Internship in area(s) of specialization. Supervised work in government or industry to gain experience in aviation fields. Minimum 90 clock hours; maximum 360 clock hours.
498: Independent Study. 0-3-3. Preq., Department Head's approval. Directed study of air transportation as part of a foreign and domestic, multi-model transportation system.