Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 [Archived Catalog]

School of Aeronautics

Administration

James P. Molloy, B.S., M.A.S., FAA COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI
Dean, School of Aeronautics
Associate Professor of Aviation

Robert L. Hudson, B.A., M.A., FAA ATP, COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI
Assistant Dean, School of Aeronautics
Instructor of Aviation

Mitchell A. Morrison, B.S., M.A.S., Ph.D., FAA ATP, HELO, COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI
Chair, Aviation Management and Flight
Associate Professor of Aviation

Bradley Blank, B.S., M.A., FAA COMM, INST, CFI, A&P
Chair, Aviation Maintenance and Unmanned Aerial Systems
Assistant Professor of Aviation

James M. Mashburn, B.A., M.S., M.C.A., FAA COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI
Online Chair
Assistant Professor of Aviation

Brian Hough, B.S., M.C.A., FAA ATP, COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI
Executive Director of Business Development/Affiliate Operations

Andrew Walton, B.S., M.A., FAA COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, A&P
Director of Safety

Robert Howell, FAA A&P, DME, IA
Director, Aviation Maintenance Technician Program

Anton W. Cihak II, B.S., M.A., FAA ATP, COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI, AGI, IGI
Director of Flight Operations
Advisor and Coach, LU Flight Team, National Intercollegiate Flying Association

Peter Spahr, B.S., M.C.A., FAA COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, A&P
Chief Instructor and Associate Director – Private Pilot Curriculum

Marc Curley, B.S., M.B.A., FAA COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI
Chief Instructor and Associate Director – Commercial Pilot Curriculum

Joshua Clark, B.S., M.S., FAA COMM, INST, ME, CFI, CFII
Chief Instructor and Associate Director – Instrument Rating Curriculum

Jeremy Moore, B.S., FAA COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI
Chief Instructor and Associate Director – Certified Flight Instructor Curriculum

Robert Cooper, B.S., M.A., M.P.M., P.M.P., FAA COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI
Associate Director of Flight Operations, Systems Integration

Daniel Stanchek, B.S., FAA COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME
Associate Director of Flight Operations, Instructor Training

Jason Hammond, FAA ATP, COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI
Associate Director of Flight Operations, Standardization and Evaluation

Kevin Martin, B.S., FAA COMM, INST, CFI, CFII
Associate Director of Flight Operations, Simulator Program Manager

Charles E. Laughlin, FAA A&P
Chief, Integrated Operations Center

Tana Jamison, B.S.
Director of Affiliate Operations


Aviation Qualifications Legend:
A&P Airframe and Powerplant Maintenance Technician
ATP Airline Transport Pilot
CFI Certified Flight Instructor
CFII Certified Flight Instructor Instrument
DME FAA Designated Maintenance Examiner
DPE FAA Designated Pilot Examiner
COMM Commercial Pilot
HELO Helicopter Rated
IA Inspection Authorization
INST Instrument Rated
ME Multi-Engine
MEI Multi-Engine Instructor

Faculty

All faculty are listed at the end of this catalog in the Faculty Roster. There are separate rosters for Full-Time and Part-Time faculty. The entire roster can also be viewed online where faculty can be searched for by Department. Faculty Roster


PURPOSE
The School of Aeronautics equips, mentors, and sends champions for Christ into the aerospace community to serve as exceptional pilots, mechanics, unmanned aerial systems operators, flight attendants, and managers.  The School of Aeronautics grows leaders one at a time who know their identity, thrive in their faith, and love others in Christ to become difference makers.

The School of Aeronautics offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautics with Professional Pilot and Professional Unmanned Aerial Systems Operator cognates.  Additional offerings include: Bachelor of Aviation Administration degrees with Flight and Aviation Safety Management cognates, and Bachelor of Aviation Maintenance with Management and Unmanned Aerial Systems cognates. Additionally, Associate of Arts degrees in Aviation Maintenance Technician and Flight Attendant are available.  Various minors are also offered.

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) CERTIFICATION
The School of Aeronautics is a fully certified FAA Part 141 school authorized to teach Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine, Certified Flight Instructor, Certified Flight Instructor, and Instrument courses.  The FAA has also certified the School as an FAA Part 147 Aviation Maintenance Technician School designed to train and to prepare aircraft technicians for A & P licensure.

FLIGHT TRAINING COURSE FEES
Flight Training Courses have additional fees which vary depending on course requirements.  Additional course fees including aircraft rental prices and lab fees, may vary between residential and online courses.  Fees for online courses vary, based on Flight Training Affiliate location.

BASIC COURSE INFORMATION
Students are responsible for lab fees, in-flight instruction, aircraft rental, A & P mechanical classes, and tools. Internships are available.  All residential-flight training is conducted at Lynchburg Regional Airport.

ADDITIONAL POLICY INFORMATION
For policies concerning missed flights and other flight costs, please refer to www.liberty.edu/aviation.

VETERANS ADMINISTRATION BENEFITS
For those qualified for and using Veterans Benefits, please review: http://www.liberty.edu/index.cfm?PID=32289


Career Opportunities

Certified Flight Instructor Missionary Pilot
Commercial Pilot UAS Operator
Corporate Pilot Aircraft Mechanic
Military Pilot Maintenance Manager
Aviation Safety Manager Other Aviation related careers

DEGREE COMPLETION PLANS (DCP)
Degree Completion Plans for degree programs offered by the School of Aeronautics can be accessed online at http://www.liberty.edu/dcps. Course scheduling for degree programs are available at www.liberty.edu/dcps.


Aeronautics Major (B.S.)

PURPOSE
The purpose of the Aeronautics program is to prepare men and women to become exceptional pilots who possess outstanding knowledge, excellent technical skills, sound judgment, professionalism, leadership, and strong Christian character.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
The student will be able to:

  1. Apply biblical principles within the professional aviation environment.
  2. Apply written and oral communication skills as they pertain to the aviation industry.
  3. Promote a healthy organizational safety culture in aviation.
  4. Mentor others in leadership skills and qualities as it relates to aviation.
  5. Assimilate the healthy lifestyle required to meet the unique physical and cognitive demands of an aviation career.
  6. Apply science, technology, and mathematics to aeronautical disciplines

Programs of Study

Aeronautics Major (B.S.)
General Education: Core Competency Requirements (36-42 hrs)
Christian Life & Thought (22-23 hrs)
Core Courses (22 hrs)
AVIA 102 Aviation Orientation 1
AVIA 210 Private Ground I 3
AVIA 215 Private Ground II 3
AVIA 220 Private Flight I 3
AVIA 225 Private Flight II 3
AVIA 310 Instrument Ground 3
AVIA 315 Commercial Ground 3
AVIA 320 Instrument Flight 3
Aeronautic Sciences and Systems (17 hrs)
AVIA 230 Unmanned Aerial Systems 3
AVIA 240 GPS Navigation 1
AVIA 305 Airplane Aerodynamics 3
AVIA 340 Aviation Weather 3
AVIA 430 Multi-Engine Theory and Advanced Aircraft Systems 3
AVIA 455 Turbine Engines and Jet Transports 3
Leadership, Management, Education and Safety (19 hrs)
AVIA 245 Aviation Leadership 3
AVIA 300 Aviation Safety 3
AVIA 360 Corporate and Business Aviation 3
AVIA 400 Aviation Human Factors 3
AVIA 410 Flight and Ground Instructor Theory 3
AVIA 460 Aviation Interview 3
AVIA 495 Directed Research 1
Cognate Courses (10-16 hrs)
Select from the following cognates: Professional Pilot or Professional Unmanned Aerial Systems Operator
Directed Courses (Required) (1-10 hrs)
MATH 130 Advanced Technical Mathematics 3*
MATH 201 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 3*
PHYS 101 Elements of Physics 3*
PHYS 103 Elements of Physics Lab 1
*These are approved General Education courses and may be counted in the Core Competency Requirements.

Cognates

Aeronautics Major (B.S.) Professional Pilot Cognate
General Education: Core Competency Requirements (36-42 hrs)
Christian Life and Thought (22-23 hrs)
Core Courses in the Major (58 hrs)
Cognate Courses (15 hrs)
AVIA 325 Commercial Flight I 1
AVIA 326 Commercial Flight II 1
AVIA 327 Commercial Flight III 1
Choose 12 credit hours from the following:
AVIA 250 Introduction to Space Flight
AVIA 311 Instrument Lab Theory
AVIA 331 Commercial Pilot, Single Engine Land Add On
AVIA 350 Airline Operations
AVIA 420 Flight Instructor Flight
AVIA 422 Certified Flight Instructor - Instrument (CFII)
AVIA 435 Advanced Jet Systems
AVIA 436 Advanced Jet Training
AVIA 441 Multi-Engine Instructor
AVIA 442 Advanced Aircraft Flight Operations
AVIA 450 Confined Area Operation
AVIA 499 Aeronautics Internship
GLST 200 Introduction to Global Studies
GLST 220 Intercultural Communication and Engagement
GLST 350 World Religions
GLST 385 Career Preparation for Global Workers
GLST 485 Jungle Camp
Directed Courses (Required) (1-10 hrs)
TOTAL HOURS: 132 minimum required; at least 33 hours must be 300-400 level.
Aeronautics Major (B.S.) Professional UAS Operator Cognate
General Education: Core Competency Requirements (36-42 hrs)
Christian Life and Thought (22-23 hrs)
Core Courses in the Major (58 hrs)
Cognate Courses (10-16 hrs)
AVIA 235 Small UAS Ground 3
AVIA 236 Small UAS Flight 1
AVIA 323 UAS Avionics and Powerplants 3
Choose one of the following:
Unmanned Aerial Systems Option (9 hrs)
AVIA 335 Medium UAS Ground and Flight I 3
AVIA 446 Medium UAS Ground and Flight II 3
AVIA 447 Medium UAS Ground and Flight III 3
Commercial Flight Option (3 hrs)
AVIA 325 Commercial Flight I 1
AVIA 326 Commercial Flight II 1
AVIA 327 Commercial Flight III 1
Directed Courses (Required) (1-10 hrs)
TOTAL HOURS: 127 minimum required; at least 32 hours must be 300-400 level.

Aviation Administration Major (B.S.)

PROGRAM Learning Outcomes
The student will be able to:

  1. Apply biblical principles within the aviation profession.
  2. Apply written and oral communications skills to promote effective aviation administration.
  3. Promote a healthy organizational safety culture in aviation.
  4. Mentor others in leadership skills and qualities as it relates to aviation administration.
  5. Adapt sound business practices to the aviation industry.
  6. Apply science, technology, and mathematics to aviation administration.

Programs of Study

Aviation Administration Major (B.S.)
General Education: Core Competency Requirements (36-42 hrs)
Christian Life and Thought (22-23 hrs)
Core Courses (48 hrs)
ACCT 211 Financial Accounting 3
AVIA 102 Aviation Orientation 1
AVIA 230 Unmanned Aerial Systems 3
AVIA 245 Aviation Leadership 3
AVIA 300 Aviation Safety 3
AVIA 314 Principles of Aviation Administration 3
AVIA 340 Aviation Weather 3
AVIA 360 Corporate and Business Aviation 3
AVIA 361 Airport Management 3
AVIA 400 Aviation Human Factors 3
AVIA 460 Aviation Interview 3
AVIA 472 Aviation Organizational Ethics 3
AVIA 495 Directed Research 1
AVIA 496 Advanced Directed Research 1
BUSI 301 Business Law 3
BUSI 330 Principles of Marketing 3
BUSI 340 Organizational Behavior I 3
ECON 214 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
Cognate Courses (15 hrs)
Select from the following cognates: Flight or Aviation Safety Management
Directed Courses (Required) (1-10 hrs)
MATH 130 Advanced Technical Mathematics 3*
MATH 201 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 3*
PHYS 101 Elements of Physics 3*
PHYS 103 Elements of Physics Lab 1
*These are approved General Education courses and may be counted in the Core Competency Requirements.

Cognates

Aviation Administration Major (B.S.) Aviation Safety Management Cognate
General Education: Core Competency Requirements (36-42 hrs)
Christian Life and Thought (22-23 hrs)
Core Courses in the Major (48 hrs)
Cognate Courses (15 hrs)
AVIA 312 Aviation Safety Programs 3
AVIA 409 Safety Management Systems 3
AVIA 419 Aviation Safety Data Analysis 3
Choose two of the following courses: 6
AVIA 250 Introduction to Space Flight
AVIA 455 Turbine Engines and Jet Transports
AVIA 499 Aeronautics Internship
GLST 200 Introduction to Global Studies
GLST 220 Intercultural Communication and Engagement
GLST 350 World Religions
GLST 385 Career Preparation for Global Workers
Directed Courses (Required) (1-10 hrs)
TOTAL HOURS: 122 hours minimum required; at least 31 must be 300-400 level.
Aviation Administration Major (B.S.) Flight Cognate
General Education: Core Competency Requirements (36-42 hrs)
Christian Life and Thought (22-23 hrs)
Core Courses in the Major (48 hrs)
Cognate Courses (15 hrs)
AVIA 210 Private Ground I 3
AVIA 215 Private Ground II 3
AVIA 220 Private Flight I 3
AVIA 225 Private Flight II 3
Choose one of the following courses: 3
AVIA 250 Introduction to Space Flight
AVIA 455 Turbine Engines and Jet Transports
AVIA 499 Aeronautics Internship
GLST 200 Introduction to Global Studies
GLST 220 Intercultural Communication and Engagement
GLST 350 World Religions
GLST 385 Career Preparation for Global Workers
Directed Courses (Required) (1-10 hrs)
TOTAL HOURS: 122 hours minimum required; at least 31 must be 300-400 level.

Aviation Maintenance Major (B.S.)

PURPOSE
The purpose of this degree is to expand on the School of Aeronautics AMTS (A&P) training for FAA aviation mechanic licensure.  It builds on, and strengthens, fundamental skills and principles taught during the AMTS training.  The degree delves into broader topics facing an FAA licensed mechanic such as Human Factors and Safety.  The Management Cognate gives that mechanic the skills and abilities necessary to serve in leadership and management positions of an aviation maintenance business. 

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
The student will be able to:

  1. Apply biblical principles in the aviation maintenance environment.
  2. Apply written and oral communications skills as they pertain to aviation maintenance.
  3. Promote a healthy organizational safety culture in aviation maintenance industry.
  4. Mentor others in leadership skills and qualities.
  5. Solve aviation maintenance issues and problems individually, and within a team environment.
  6. Apply science, technology, and mathematics in the area of aviation maintenance.

Programs of Study

Aviation Maintenance Major (B.S.)
General Education: Core Competency Requirements (36-42 hrs)
Christian Life and Thought (22-23 hrs)
Core Courses (60 hrs)
AVIA 312 Aviation Safety Programs 3
AVIA 314 Principles of Aviation Administration 3
AVIA 409 Safety Management Systems 3
AVMT 101 Maintenance Mathematics 1
AVMT 102 Aircraft Sciences II 3
AVMT 103 Maintenance Physics 1
AVMT 104 Maintenance Practices I 3
AVMT 105 Aircraft Weight and Balance 1
AVMT 106 Maintenance Practices II 3
AVMT 201 Airframe Auxiliary Systems I 1
AVMT 202 Aircraft Electrical Systems 3
AVMT 203 Airframe Auxiliary Systems II 1
AVMT 204 Airframe Structures I 3
AVMT 205 Airframe Auxiliary Systems III 1
AVMT 206 Airframe Structures II 3
AVMT 207 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems 2
AVMT 208 Airframe Assembly and Inspection 3
AVMT 209 Landing Gear Systems 1
AVMT 213 Powerplant Fuel Systems 2
AVMT 214 Engine Electrical Systems 3
AVMT 215 Powerplant Lubrication Systems 1
AVMT 217 Powerplant Auxiliary Systems I 1
AVMT 219 Powerplant Auxiliary Systems II 1
AVMT 221 Propeller Systems 1
AVMT 312 Reciprocating Engine Technology 3
AVMT 320 Turbine Engine Technology 3
AVMX 418 Principles of Troubleshooting 3
AVMX 428 Advanced Electronics 3
Cognate Courses (15 hrs)
Select from the following cognates: Management or UAS
Directed Courses (Required) (1-10 hrs)
MATH 130 Advanced Technical Mathematics 3*
MATH 201 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 3*
PHYS 101 Elements of Physics 3*
PHYS 103 Elements of Physics Lab 1
*These are approved General Education courses and may be counted in the Core Competency requirements.

Cognates

Aviation Maintenance Major (B.S.) Management Cognate
General Education: Core Competency Requirements (36-42 hrs)
Christian Life & Thought (22-23 hrs)
Core Courses in the Major (60 hrs)
Cognate Courses (15 hrs)
AVIA 451 Aviation Maintenance Operations (D) 3
BUSI 301 Business Law 3
BUSI 330 Principles of Marketing 3
BUSI 340 Organizational Behavior I 3
BUSI 472 Organizational Ethics 3
Directed Courses (Required) (1-10 hrs)
MATH 130 Advanced Technical Mathematics 3*
MATH 201 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 3*
PHYS 101 Elements of Physics 3*
PHYS 103 Elements of Physics Lab 1
TOTAL HOURS: 134 hours minimum required; at least 34 hours must be 300-400 level.
*These are approved General Education courses and may be counted in the Core Competency Requirements.
Aviation Maintenance Major (B.S.) UAS Cognate
General Education: Core Competency Requirements (36-42 hrs)
Christian Life & Thought (22-23 hrs)
Core Courses in the Major (60 hrs)
Cognate Courses (15 hrs)
AVIA 300 Aviation Safety 3
AVIA 460 Aviation Interview 3
AVMX 445 Medium UAS Maintenance I 3
AVMX 446 Medium UAS Maintenance II 3
AVMX 447 Medium UAS Maintenance III 3
Directed Courses (Required) (1-10 hrs)
MATH 130 Advanced Technical Mathematics 3*
MATH 201 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 3*
PHYS 101 Elements of Physics 3*
PHYS 103 Elements of Physics Lab 1
TOTAL HOURS: 134 hours minimum required; at least 34 hours must be 300-400 level.
*These are approved General Education Courses and may be counted in the Core Competency Requirements.

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE PROGRAMS

In an effort to meet the educational needs of students who want a university degree, but who do not desire to complete a four-year bachelor’s program, the School of Aeronautics offers the Associate of Arts Degree in Aeronautics in Airline Flight Attendant and Aviation Maintenance Technician.  These two-year degree programs combine courses in the major program of study with General Education courses and graduation requirements.


Airline Flight Attendant Major (A.A.)

PURPOSE
The purpose of the Flight Attendant Program is to train men and women to become exceptional flight attendants who possess outstanding knowledge, excellent technical skills, sound judgment, professionalism, and strong Christian character.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
The student will be able to:

  1. Apply biblical principles within the professional aviation environment.
  2. Apply written and oral communication skills as they pertain to the aviation industry.
  3. Promote a healthy organizational safety culture in aviation.

Program of Study

Aeronautics Major (A.A.) Airline Flight Attendant
General Education: Core Competency Requirements (30-36 hrs)
Christian Life & Thought (16-17 hrs)
Core Courses in the Major (28 hrs)
AVIA 101 Exploring Aviation 3
AVIA 103 Flight Attendant Orientation 1
AVIA 210 Private Ground I 3
AVIA 300 Aviation Safety 3
AVIA 340 Aviation Weather 3
AVIA 350 Airline Operations 3
AVIA 400 Aviation Human Factors 3
AVIA 460 Aviation Interview 3
FACS 130 Introduction to Hospitality, Foods, and Food Safety 3
HLTH 205 Accident Prevention and Care (First Aid) 3
TOTAL HOURS: 74 hours minimum required.

Aviation Maintenance Technician Major (A.A.)

PURPOSE
The purpose of the Liberty University Aviation Technician Program is to train pilots, as well as non-pilots to maintain aircraft in the context of a faith-based missionary organization; however, training is also applicable to those pursuing other careers in general, corporate and commercial aviation.

The Aviation Maintenance Technician Program is an accelerated maintenance training program designed for the FAA portion to be completed as a single block in one year and the additional Associate of Arts degree classes completed in an additional year. The curricula for this program are regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). 

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon successful completion of the Associate of Arts in Aviation Maintenance Technician or Aviation Maintenance Technician Certificate program, the student will be able to:

  1. Apply Biblical principles in the aviation maintenance environment.
  2. Solve aviation maintenance issues and problems individually, and within a team environment.
  3. Apply science, technology, and mathematics in the area of aviation maintenance.

Program of Study

Aviation Maintenance Technician Major (A.A.)
General Education: Core Competency Requirements (30-36 hrs)
Christian Life & Thought (16-17 hrs)
Core Courses in the Major (45 hrs)
AVMT 101 Maintenance Mathematics 1
AVMT 102 Aircraft Sciences II 3
AVMT 103 Maintenance Physics 1
AVMT 104 Maintenance Practices I 3
AVMT 105 Aircraft Weight and Balance 1
AVMT 106 Maintenance Practices II 3
AVMT 201 Airframe Auxiliary Systems I 1
AVMT 202 Aircraft Electrical Systems 3
AVMT 203 Airframe Auxiliary Systems II 1
AVMT 204 Airframe Structures I 3
AVMT 205 Airframe Auxiliary Systems III 1
AVMT 206 Airframe Structures II 3
AVMT 207 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems 2
AVMT 208 Airframe Assembly and Inspection 3
AVMT 209 Landing Gear Systems 1
AVMT 212 Reciprocating Engines 3
AVMT 213 Powerplant Fuel Systems 2
AVMT 214 Engine Electrical Systems 3
AVMT 215 Powerplant Lubrication Systems 1
AVMT 217 Powerplant Auxiliary Systems I 1
AVMT 219 Powerplant Auxiliary Systems II 1
AVMT 220 Turbine Engines 3
AVMT 221 Propeller Systems 1
TOTAL HOURS: 91 hours minimum required.

Aviation Maintenance Technician Certificate

Students pursuing the Aviation Maintenance Technician Certificate complete the 45-hour, FAA Part 147 program in a 12-month accelerated format.  During this period the student will be able to earn a maintenance license with both Airframe and Powerplant ratings.

The Aviation Maintenance Technician Program is an accelerated maintenance training program designed for the FAA portion to be completed as a single block in one year and the additional Associate of Arts degree classes completed in an additional year. The curricula for this program are regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

EVALUATION OF TRANSFER CREDIT
Students may transfer all semester hours earned in the Aviation Maintenance Technician Certificate program to Liberty’s Associate of Arts program and B.S. Aviation Maintenance.


Programs of Study

Aviation Maintenance Technician Certificate (45 hrs)
AVMN 101 Maintenance Mathematics 1
AVMN 102 Aircraft Sciences II 3
AVMN 103 Maintenance Physics 1
AVMN 104 Maintenance Practices I 3
AVMN 105 Aircraft Weight and Balance 1
AVMN 106 Maintenance Practices II 3
AVMN 201 Airframe Auxiliary Systems I 1
AVMN 202 Aircraft Electrical Systems 3
AVMN 203 Airframe Auxiliary Systems II 1
AVMN 204 Airframe Structures I 3
AVMN 205 Airframe Auxiliary Systems III 1
AVMN 206 Airframe Structures II 3
AVMN 207 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems 2
AVMN 208 Airframe Assembly and Inspection 3
AVMN 209 Landing Gear Systems 1
AVMN 213 Powerplant Fuel Systems 2
AVMN 214 Engine Electrical Systems 3
AVMN 215 Powerplant Lubrication Systems 1
AVMN 217 Powerplant Auxiliary Systems I 1
AVMN 219 Powerplant Auxiliary Systems II 1
AVMN 221 Propeller Systems 1
AVMN 312 Reciprocating Engines 3
AVMN 320 Turbine Engines 3
TOTAL HOURS: 45 hours minimum required.

Aeronautics Minor

Aeronautics Minor (22 hrs)
AVIA 102 Aviation Orientation 1
AVIA 210 Private Ground I 3
AVIA 215 Private Ground II 3
AVIA 220 Private Flight I 3
AVIA 225 Private Flight II 3
AVIA 300 Aviation Safety 3
AVIA 305 Airplane Aerodynamics 3
AVIA 310 Instrument Ground 3

Airline Flight Attendant Minor

Airline Flight Attendant Minor (22 hrs)
AVIA 101 Exploring Aviation 3
AVIA 103 Flight Attendant Orientation 1
AVIA 210 Private Ground I 3
AVIA 300 Aviation Safety 3
AVIA 400 Aviation Human Factors 3
AVIA 460 Aviation Interview 3
FACS 130 Introduction to Hospitality, Foods, and Food Safety 3
HLTH 205 Accident Prevention and Care (First Aid) 3


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