Flight Technology Minor
|Major Code: 6110||Degree Awarded: None|
|Delivery Mode(s): Classroom||Age Restriction: No|
|Admission Status: Undergraduate||Location(s): Main Campus - Melbourne|
AVF 1000 Private Pilot CertificateCredit Hours: 2Provides all required flight instruction to prepare the student for the FAA private pilot practical test. FAA private pilot certificate awarded on successful completion of the private pilot written examination, all prerequisites and corequisites, and this course. Noncredit for College of Aeronautics flight majors.Requirement(s):Student pilot certificate, class III or higher medical certificate
AVS 1201 Aviation MeteorologyCredit Hours: 3Initial course in meteorology for flight students and aviation professionals. Includes meteorological codes, charts and aviation bulletins, and identification of potentially hazardous in-flight weather conditions. Also addresses atmospheric circulation, stability, convection, moisture, air masses and fronts.
AVS 1202 Introduction to Aviation PhysiologyCredit Hours: 1Introduces the effects of flight on human functional capability. Explores hypoxia, hyperventilation, self-imposed stress, disorientation and other physical consequences of flight.
AVT 1001 Aeronautics 1Credit Hours: 3Provides basic aeronautics instruction for all students. Prepares flight students for the FAA private pilot written examination. Includes aircraft components, basic aerodynamics, airports, air traffic control, airspace, regulations, performance, weight and balance, aeromedical factors, aviation weather and air navigation.
AVT 4301 Aviation SafetyCredit Hours: 3Explores the historical roots of modern safety organizations and the safety responsibilities and operations of the FAA and the NTSB. Closely examines aviation safety planning, icing and human-centered accidents.
- Restricted Electives* (6 credit hours of approved aviation, engineering, science or technology courses)
*An instrument rating can be earned by selecting Flight 3 (