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AVIATION (AVI)

AVI101 - Aeronautical Knowledge I Credits: 4
This course is designed to provide the student with basic knowledge pertaining to visual flight in the national airspace system. This course is designed to provide the student with knowledge pertaining to the basic principles of flight, aviation weather, air traffic control, and navigating procedures in preparation for the FAA private pilot aeronautical knowledge exam.

Corequisite: AVI 209.

AVI103 - Aeronautical Knowledge II Credits: 3
A detailed study of topics treated only superficially in the introductory course (Aeronautical Knowledge I). The student will apply learned language to the proce­dures used by air traffic controllers & pilots, and will study in depth the operators principles of navigational equipment and services available to system users.

Prerequisite: AVI 101 or instructor permission.

AVI107 - Air Transportation (optional) Credits: 3
This course is designed to give the student a well rounded view of the air transportation system. Topics to be covered are, the heritage of flight, the avia­tion environment, aerospace system vehicles, the community of aviation and the future of advanced aerospace systems.

AVI109 - Instrument Flight Theory Credits: 3
This is an advanced theory course relative to the principles of instrumental flight. The student upon completion will have adequate knowledge to pass the FAA writ­ten examination for Instrument Rating.

AVI201 - Federal Aviation Regulations/Aviation Law Credits: 3
This course is designed to provide the student with the principles of law as applied to business with emphasis on the aviation industry. There will be a de­tailed study on the Federal Aviation Regulations.

AVI204 - Aviation Operations Management (optional) Credits: 3
This course is to provide the student with knowledge about the Aviation/ Aero­space Management function. Topics that shall be addressed are, facilities planning, certification requirements, funding processes, personnel development, training, communications, security/safety programs, and small business operations includ­ing both fixed base operations and private corporate operations.

AVI205 - Commercial Pilot Theory Credits: 3
This is an advanced theory course relative to the principles of commercial avia­tion. The student upon completion will have adequate knowledge to pass the FAA written examination for Commercial Pilot Certificate.

AVI207 - Multi-Engine Flight Theory (optional) Credits: 3
This is an advanced theory course relative to the principles of multi-engined flight. This course will include principles of aircraft structures and power plants. The student upon completion will have the adequate knowledge for Multi-engine Rating.

AVI209 - Aviation Weather Credits: 3
This course is designed to provide the student with the elements of meteorol­ogy which affect aviation. Topics of the course will include air masses, hazardous aviation weather elements, clouds, temperature, pressure, fronts and the analysis of weather data for safe flying.

AVI211 - Aerodynamics Credits: 3
This course will provide the student with principles of the physics of flight, including the application of airfoils and related criteria.

AVI213 - Physiology/Psychology of Flight Credits: 3
This course will study the physical and psychological factors affecting flying personnel. Some elements of study will be hyposia, hyperventilation, decompres­sion sickness, body heat balance, respiration, circulation, spatial disorientation, vision and hearing.

AVI250 - Private Pilot Practical Credits: 3
Estimated cost to student (subject to change) $6,525.90

Cost includes: 32.5 hours of Aircraft Rental
2.5 hours of Simulator Rental
30 hours of Dual Flight Instruction
16.5 hours of Ground Instruction
Course Materials
FAA Written Exam Fee
FAA Practical Exam Fee
State Sales Tax

AVI252 - Instrument Flight Practical Credits: 3
Estimated cost to student (subject to change) $ 6,466.78

Cost includes: 24 hours of Aircraft Rental
14 hours of Simulator Rental
38 hours of Dual Flight Instruction
11 hours of Ground Instruction
Course Materials
FAA Written Exam Fee
FAA Practical Exam Fee
State Sales Tax

AVI254 - Commercial Pilot Practical I Credits: 3
Estimated cost to student (subject to change) $ 10,152.50

Cost includes: 62.5 hours of Aircraft Rental
8 hours of Simulator Rental
42.5 hours of Dual Flight Instruction
3.5 hours of Ground Instruction
Course Materials
State Sales Tax

AVI255 - Commercial Pilot Practical II Credits: 3
Estimated cost to student (subject to change) $ 9,430.96

Cost includes: 18 hours of Aircraft Rental
28.5 hours of Complex Aircraft Rental
3 hours of Simulator Rental
36 hours of Dual Flight Instruction
10.5 hours of Ground Instruction
Course Materials
FAA Written Exam Fee
FAA Practical Exam Fee
State Sales Tax