AVIATION (AV-105)

101 Introduction to Aviation (3) An introduction to the airplane, weather, navigation, radio procedures and rules of the air. Prepares student for the FAA Private Pilot written examination.

111 Private Flight Training (2) Provides the student with approximately 25 hours of dual and 25 hours of solo flight instruction. Designed to meet the flight experience requirements for the FAA Private Pilot Certificate flight check. Coreq: AV 101. Pass/fail basis.Additional fee required.

112 Cross-Country Flight (2) Provides the student with the additional flight experience required by the FAA in order to progress to advanced pilot ratings. Includes proficiency and cross country training. Prereq: AV 111. Pass/fail basis. Additional fee required.

201 Instrument Flight Theory (3) A study of instrument flight including physiology, aerodynamics, instruments, altitude flying, weather, regulations, operational considerations, air traffic control procedures and communication. Prepares the student for the FAA Instrument Pilot written exam. Prereq: AV 111.

202 Commercial Flight Theory (3) Procedures, operations, and regulations necessary to prepare the student for the FAA Commercial Pilot Airplane written exam. Prereq: AV 111. Pass/fail basis.

211 Instrument Flight Training (2) Provides the student with approximately 50 hours of instrument flight training and the dual instruction necessary to meet the experience requirements for the FAA Instrument Pilot flight check. Coreq: AV 201. Pass/fail basis. Additional fee required.

221 Power Plant Systems (3) Theory of piston engines. A study of the internal combustion process in the radial, opposed and V-type engines including electrical systems and engine driven accessories. Prereq: Phys 211.

232 Aviation Weather (3) Provides the student with the comprehensive weather theory necessary to interpret the flight environment as it relates to aviation operations. Aviation weather hazards including recognition and avoidance as it relates to the science of meteorology.

331 Aviation Law (3) A survey of law comprising the legal environment of the business community, with particular emphasis on the study of regulations and legislation that touch the professional pilot and the aviation industry. Includes legal ethics; constitutional, administrative, antitrust, product liability, labor, environmental, and international law.

431 Aviation Psychology and Safety (3) Introduction to pilot psychology and aviation safety, physiology of flight, human factors, weather-related accidents and accident investigation.


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