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Aviation-Professional Pilot

 

 

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The Associate of Science in Aviation-Professional Pilot provides the first steps into aviation for those students who look forward to becoming commercial pilots and to completing a baccalaureate degree at a four-year college or university. In addition to completing rigorous general education requirements, students learn to fly single-engine aircraft and qualify to take the federal knowledge test and practical exam. This degree will serve as the foundation for advanced flight certification offerings as well as provide seamless transfer degree opportunities to four-year institutions.
 

 

Outcomes

 

Upon completion of the Associate of Science in Aviation-Professional Pilot Degree, the graduate will:
 
  • Demonstrate mastery of aircraft control during both dual and solo flight operations
  • Pass the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Private Pilot - Airplane (PAR) knowledge test
  • Pass the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Private Pilot - Airplane Single-Engine Land (ASEL) practical test 
  • Earn a Private pilot certificate with Airplane Single-Engine Land (ASEL) rating from the FAA

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

All of the courses listed below


AVIA1013 Fundamentals of Aeronautics I3
AVIA1021 Introduction to Aeronautics Lab1
AVIA1161 Private Pilot Certification1
AVIA1171 Private Pilot Lab1
AVIA1403 Fundamentals of Aeronautics II3
AVIA2263 Air Traffic Control3
AVIA2393 Aviation Weather3


Requirement: 9 Credits from below


ENGL1013 English Composition I3
ENGL1023 English Composition II 3
ENGL2683 Masters of Western Literature3


Requirement: 6 Credits from below


MATH1203 College Algebra3
MATH1303 Trigonometry 3


Requirement: 8 Credits from below


BIOL1004 General Biology and Lab4
PHYS2014 General Physics I4


Requirement: 3 Credits from below


FAMU1003 Fine Arts Music3
FATH1003 Fine Arts Theater3
FAVI1003 Fine Arts Visual3


Requirement: 6 Credits from below


HIST1013 World Civilization II 3
PLSC2003 American National Government 3


Requirement: 6 Credits from below


ANTH2023 Cultural Anthropology3
ECON2313 Intro. to Microeconomics 3
ECON2323 Introduction to Macroeconomics3
GEOG2013 Intro to Geography 3
HIST1003 World Civilization I 3
HIST2003 American History I3
HIST2013 American History II 3
PSYC2003 General Psychology 3
SOCI2013 Introduction to Sociology 3


Requirement: 5 Credits from below


COLL1101 Freshman Seminar1
COMM1313 Communications 3
PHED1101 Fitness Center I 1


Requirement: 3 Credits from below


ACCT1123 Accounting I 3
BUS2013 Business Communications3
BUS2613 Business Principles 3
CPSI1003 Intro. to Computer Applications3
ECON2313 Intro. to Microeconomics 3
MKTG2633 Principles of Marketing3


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Ozarka College Aviation ATTN: Nick Lenczycki
524A Airport Road
Melbourne, AR 72556

870.368.7926

nick.lenczycki@ozarka.edu

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