Nov 29, 2022  
2022-2023 Academic Bulletin 
    
2022-2023 Academic Bulletin

Aviation Flight Certificate


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This certificate program is aimed to meet the needs of several target groups:

Group 1. Students who are not ready for an expensive college degree. These students are generally looking for a local flight school. They want to gain pilot’s licenses and have no intentions of advancement in the industry into leadership positions. These students want only the basic FAA training and licenses. They need an approved program that is eligible for government funding.

Group 2. Adult students who are seeking new careers. They typically already have a degree and desire only the FAA training.

Group 3. Students who are eligible for VA benefits and want a flight career. They need a 14 CFR part 141 approved program.

Group 4. International students who are often sponsored by their local government. Their government is often only willing to pay for the professional certifications and not the associated degree. These students would usually go to a professional flight school, but first they must learn to read and speak English. We are uniquely positioned for this student group because of our ESL programs. These students can come to one school to study English and then transition into the aviation program. We have an excellent reputation in the international market partly because the governments are already familiar with our Adventist school system.

This will be a two-year program but without the additional requirements of the AT degree. It will meet the requirements of the FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with Single and Multi-engine ratings. It will be taught on campus simultaneously with the degree-seeking Flight classes.

Student Learning Outcomes


The student will be able to pass the required FAA tests for the commercial pilot’s certificate with the single and multi-engine ratings.

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