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Pilot Shortage

Shortage of U.S. Pilots continues to grow alongside a worldwide shortage. You are choosing one of the best possible times to become a pilot. Boeing aircraft manufacturing company estimates a U.S. Pilot's shortage of 112,000, and a shortage of over 505,000 worldwide until 2035.

The airlines visit Aviator College monthly to interview and select candidates for pre-employment offers, when you have the required hours. The majority of airlines today have sign-on bonuses. Refer to our financial page for information on scholarships up to $16,000.

AVIATOR COLLEGE

DEGREE PROGRAM

 

 

Core Courses

AVT1100 - Private Pilot (Part 141) Theory .............................. 

AVF1100 - Private Pilot (Part 141) Flight Training .................. 

AVT1300 - Instrument Rating (Part 141) Theory .................... 

AVF1300 - Instrument Rating (Part 141) Flight Training........ 

AVT1400 - Commercial Pilot (Part 141) Theory ..................... 

AVF1400 - Commercial Pilot (Part 141) Flight Training..........

AVG2500A - Jet Transition and CRJ 200/700/900 Systems ... 

AVG2500B - CRJ Simulator Training ........................................ 

                                    Credit Hour Total ............................... 29.5

Flight Education Track (Additional Required Courses)

AVT2000 – Fundamentals of Instruction .............................. 

AVT2100 –Flight Instructor Airplane Theory ........................

AVT2200 - Flight Instructor Instrument Theory ................... 

AVF2000 - Flight Instructor Certification Course ................. 

AVI2000 - 141 Flight Instructor Standardization Course .... 

AVI2100 – Externship/Internship I ........................................ 

AVI2200 - Externship/Internship II........................................ 

                                    Credit Hour Total ................................17.5 

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ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM

The Associate of Science Degree Program is centered on a Commercial Pilot training certified under FAA 14 CFR Part 141, and prepares students for FAA certification (licensing) and ratings. Designed as an academic approach to flight training, it is best suited for those looking for the most flight time, while simultaneously earning a college degree. The curriculum is designed for a variety of flight-related careers. The AS Degree combines a solid background in aviation courses with flight instructor ratings along with a liberal arts core to give the student the education necessary for entry-level positions in the aviation industry.

The learning outcomes for the AS Degree Program are to demonstrate:


• an understanding of the impact of aviation and technology in a global/societal context,
• an ability to apply the techniques, skills, and modern aviation tools to perform aviation related tasks,
• an ability to function on a multi-disciplinary team and operate as a crew member in an modern aircraft cockpit,
• an ability to accurately analyze and interpret data from a variety of sources,
• an ability to apply knowledge of aeronautical principles to ensure safe and efficient flight operations,
• an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility,
• an ability to communicate with agency representatives, superiors, subordinates, and peers with precision and clarity,

• recognition of the need for the ability to engage in lifelong learning,
• proper knowledge of contemporary aviation industry issues and problems,
• attributes of an aviation professional, career planning, and understanding certification,
• understanding of aircraft design, performance, operating characteristics, and maintenance,
• understanding of aviation operations in terms of aviation safety and human factors,
• understanding of national and international aviation law, regulations, and labor issues,
• knowledge and application of aerodynamic principles,
• understanding of meteorology and environmental issues; and
• instructional knowledge and proficiency.

The Associate Degree in Aeronautical Science is a two (2) year program in which the student must complete a minimum of 71 credit hours to include:

  • 18 General Education credits,

  • 29.5 credit hours of initial division theory and flight training,

  • 17.5 credit hours of advanced division theory and flight training, and

  • 6 aviation elective credits.Students will fly a minimum of 225 hours, of which 31 hours will be in a multi-engine aircraft. Additional multi-engine time can be elected. The theory portion is a structured classroom environment. Student selected to complete their internship as flight instructor interns have the opportunity to earn an additional 320 hours of flight time in both single and multi-engine aircraft for a total of 565 hours.

  • Aviation courses are listed in order of progression. Semester course registration is completed with the individual on an as-needed and as required basis. Upon successful completion of the Associates Degree (Flight Education Track) students will be eligible for hire as a flight instructor. Alumni are not guaranteed employment at Aviator College.

PLAN OF STUDY: Flight Education Track

General Education Courses

English Composition....................................................... 

Introduction to Speech Communication....................... 

College Algebra................................................................ 

Humanities Elective......................................................... 

Social Science Elective .................................................... 

Natural Science Elective ................................................. 

                        Credit Hour Total ................................ 18.0

Aviation Electives (2 required)

AVG1600 - Pilot Career Planning and Interviewing..... 

AVG1700 - Aviation Law ................................................ 

AVG1800 - Aviation Meteorology ................................. 

AVG2100 - Aerodynamics.............................................. 

AVG2200 - Aviation Safety............................................. 

                                  Credit Hour Total ....................... 6.0

                                                                  Degree Credit Hours Needed for Graduation Total 71

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AVIATOR COLLEGE DEGREE PROGRAM

Approved by the FAA

for a Restricted ATP Certificate at 1250 hours

2 year Associates Degree Program

DEGREE PROGRAM PRICING

Flight Fees $58,747

Tuition $30,127

$ 88,874

Prices reflect tuition and minimum flight fees

Program start January,May,September

Students who earned College credit with a C or above or have prior flight experience will have these courses evaluated for transfer credit. Students  who already earned a Bachelor Degree will not require additional General Education courses.

Housing Options

On Campus (Shared Room $550 per month):

12 Months 

$ 6,600

Off Campus (Private Room $650 per month):

12 Months 

$ 7,800

Additional Fees

Books and pilot equipment, Key Card,  Mailbox Fee, Non Refundable Housing Deposit, Wifi, Administrative Fee. FAA written exam and flight test fees.

Additional Fees could be lower based on the materials and subjects that you have already completed.

$ 6,240.00

(approximate)

Achievement scholarship

Up to $15,000.00

 

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VETERANS

Aviator College, Professional flight training in Florida

Financing Available

to those who qualify

Private and Federal Funding

 

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