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AVIATOR COLLEGE DEGREE PROGRAM

4 year Bachelor Degree Program

DEGREE PROGRAM PRICING

Flight Fees $69,045

Tuition $55,620
$124,665

Prices reflect tuition and minimum flight fees

Program start January,May,August

                     

Approved by the FAA for a Restricted ATP Certificate at 1250 hours

Housing Options

Shared Room Starting At $650 per month

12 Months 

$ 6,600

Private Room Starting At $750 per month

12 Months 

$ 7,800

Additional Fees

Books and equipment, FAA Writtens and Checkrides, Key Card,  Mailbox Fee, Non Refundable Housing Deposit, Wifi, Administrative Fee. 

 

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

$ 8,405.00

(approximate)

Achievement scholarship

Up to $5,000.00

Aviator College, Professional flight training in Florida

 

FOR

VETERANS

Financing Available

to those who qualify

AVIATOR COLLEGE DEGREE PROGRAM in Aviator College of Aeronautical Science & Flight Academy. Our Flight School is located in Treasure Coast International Airport, Fort Pierce, Florida, USA.
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AVIATOR COLLEGE

DEGREE PROGRAM

 

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM

The Bachelors of Science in Aeronautical Sciences shares the same core foundation courses offered in our Associate of Science in Aeronautical Sciences. Like the AS Degree the BS degree is centered on the Commercial Pilot certification under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations Part 141 and is designed as a more in depth academic approach to flight training.


The BS degree curriculum permits students to further their subject matter expertise by providing upper level courses in the following subject matter areas:

  • Principles of Flight / Aerodynamics

  • Airplane Performance

  • Basic and Advanced Instrumentation

  • General Navigation

  • Flight Planning

  • Meteorology

  • Mass and Balance

  • Aircraft General Knowledge

  • Radio Navigation

  • Human Performance


For students with existing aviation-related knowledge and skills, this degree recognizes and acknowledges a student’s valuable acquired academic experience through the award of advanced standing for prior-learning credit up to and including an accredited Associate degree that encompasses our AS degree content, or the transfer of a comparable set of courses and FAA ratings from an accredited college of university. The curriculum then builds on that coursework and knowledge and becomes a “2 Plus 2” degree program.


The combination of robust aviation courses, as well as structured curriculum in the humanities, social sciences, mathematics, and physical sciences, including the selection of one-of-three major concentrations – Flight Education; EASA Professional Pilot; Airline Pilot Concentration -- will prepare or enhance graduates’ careers as professional pilots.


Students may elect one of the following concentration:

  • Flight Education: The Flight Education concentration is designed for students interested in pursuing a career as an aviation educator. This concentration is also best suited for the student new to the aviation industry who need to gain additional flight time while acting as a qualified flight instructor.

  • EASA Professional Pilot: This concentration has been designed to provide the additional certification requirements to obtain the “frozen” European Airline Pilot License and act as a commercial pilot under the European Aviation Safety Agency regulations.

  • Airline Pilot Concentration: This concentration applies to students with existing aviation-related knowledge and skills, by acknowledging a student’s valuable acquired experience as a Commercial or Military Pilot through the award of advanced standing prior-learning credit. The curriculum then builds on those skills and knowledge. This concentration also provides an opportunity for those students new to the aviation industry to acquire airline-specific knowledge through aviation-related coursework and experience.

The learning outcomes for the BS 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, and

understanding of meteorology and environmental issues

Aviation Degree: Aviator College degree program.

PLAN OF STUDY                                                                 

General Education Courses                                           

Fundamentals of Speech Communication.................................3

English Composition I....................................................................3

English Composition II...................................................................3

College Algebra...............................................................................3  

Trigonometry...................................................................................3

Introduction to Literature..............................................................3

Current Interest Themes in Literature..........................................3

Introduction to Sociology................................................................3

Life Science.......................................................................................3

Principles of Physics........................................................................3

                                           Credit Hour Total........................... 30.0

BS Degree Upper Division Core Courses

AVG3100 – Principles of Flight.........................................................4

AVG3200 – Airplane Performance...................................................3

AVG3300 – Basic and Advanced Instrumentation.........................4

AVG3400 – General Navigation........................................................5

AVG3500 – Flight Planning................................................................3

AVG3600 - Meteorology..................................................................4.5

AVG3700 – Mass and Balance...........................................................4

AVG4100 – Aircraft General Knowledge..........................................6

AVG4200 – Radio Navigation.............................................................3

AVG4300 – Human Performance......................................................2

                                          Credit Hour Total............................ 38.5

 

Credit Hour Sub-Total Prior to Concentration Selection        98.0

Concentration II: EASA Professional Pilot

(Additional Required Courses)

AVG4400 – EASA Air Law...................................................................3.5

AVG4500 – VFR and IFR Communications......................................1

AVG4600 – EASA Operational Procedures......................................5.5

AVT2050 – EASA Flight Instructor Theory.......................................4.5

AVF2050 – EASA Flight Instructor Certification Course.................2

AVI2100 – Externship/Internship I...................................................3.5

AVI2200 - Externship/Internship II...................................................3.5

                                            Credit Hour Total..........................23.5

AS Degree Aviation Training Courses

AVT1100 - Private Pilot (Part 141) Theory......................................5

AVF1100 - Private Pilot (Part 141) Flight Training..........................3

AVT1300 - Instrument Rating (Part 141) Theory............................5

AVF1300 - Instrument Rating (Part 141) Flight Training................2

AVT1400 - Commercial Pilot (Part 141) Theory..............................5

AVF1400 - Commercial Pilot (Part 141) Flight Training..................6

AVG2500 - Jet Transition and CRJ 200/700/900 Systems...............2

AVG2500L - CRJ Simulator Training..................................................1.5

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

Student shall select one of the following concentrations:

Concentration I: Flight Education

(Additional Required Courses)

AVT2000 – Fundamentals of Instruction.........................................2

AVT2100 –Flight Instructor Airplane Theory...................................3

AVT2200 - Flight Instructor Instrument Theory..............................3

AVF2000 - Flight Instructor Certification Course............................1

AVG1700 - Aviation Law.....................................................................3

AVG2200 - Aviation Safety..................................................................3

AVI2000 - 141 Flight Instructor Standardization Course.............1.5

AVI2100 – Externship/Internship I..................................................3.5

AVI2200 - Externship/Internship II..................................................3.5

                                       Credit Hour Total..........................23.5

Concentration III: Airline Pilot

(Additional Required Courses)

AVG2300 – Airline Transport Pilot Theory.........................................4

AVG4601 – Operational Procedures..................................................6

                             OR 

AVT2500 – Transition to Fixed Wing - Theory....................................2

AVF2500 – Transition to Fixed Wing – Flight Training.......................4

AVF2700 – Advanced Flight Training Qualification...........................6.5

AVI2100 – Externship/Internship I......................................................3.5

AVI2200 - Externship/Internship II.....................................................3.5

                                       Credit Hour Total..........................23.5

Degree Credit Hours Needed for Graduation Total              121.5

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