Minors in Aeronautics
A minor in Aeronautics is compatible with any degree. The course of study consists of the 19 academic credit hours listed below and a minimum of 35 flight hours (The minimum hours required to obtain a Private Pilot certificate from the FAA). Students must also pay a lab fee for the flight instruction and use of the aircraft.
The Aeronautics minor is designed to prepare students for their Private Pilot and Instrument Rating written exams and the Private Pilot FAA Practical Test. The Instrument Flight training is not required for this minor.
The required classes are listed below:
- AVIA - 102 - Aviation Orientation (1)
- AVIA - 210 - Private Ground I (2)
- AVIA - 215 - Private Ground II (2)
- AVIA - 220 - Private Flight I (3)
- AVIA - 225 - Private Flight II (3)
- AVIA - 300 - Aviation Safety (2)
- AVIA - 305 - Airplane Aerodynamics (3)
- AVIA - 310 - Instrument Ground (3)
Airline Flight Attendant Minor
- AVIA 101 Exploring Aviation (3)
- AVIA 103 Flight Attendant Orientation (1)
- AVIA 210 Private Ground I (2)
- AVIA 300 Aviation Safety (2)
- AVIA 400 Aerospace Law/Human Factors/Crew Resource Management (3)
- AVIA 460 Aviation Interview/Etiquette Techniques (3)
- FACS 130 Introduction to Hospitality, Foods, and Food Safety (3)
- HLTH 205 Accident Prevention and Care (First Aid) (3)
For information on how to enroll in an Aviation Minor, please contact our Academic Office.