Aviation schools will teach a person how to fly airplanes and about air transportation operations; with typical programs focusing on one aspect or another. In a program for a pilot’s degree, you usually spend some time flying a plane. In an airline management or operations program, you will learn how to work in operational or executive airline careers – or how to begin your own business. You will also spend time in a simulator as well as flying a plane but will not earn a pilot or any other certificate. Some of the topics you could cover in your classes in aviation school include:
- Commercial piloting
- Mechanics and physics of air transportation
- Multi-engine rating
- Instrument rating
- Flight instruction
You can earn a 2-year pilot degree such as an Associate of Science degree in Aviation, Aviation Flight Managing or Private Technology for Pilot; or an Associate in Aviation Flight or Aircraft Operations. These credits earned in an AS Degree can be transferred to a 4-year school, but AAS credits may not. Associate-level airline management degree includes an AS in Aviation Operation or Management an AAS in Aviation, Management or Aviation Technology.
Classes to take?
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has established facility and curriculum requirements for flying schools ensure that pilots aspiringreceive suitable training. In an associate degree pilot program or amanagement and operation associate degree program, will cover some of these classes:
- Aviation transportation
- Theory of flight
- Operations of Multi-engines
- Pilot theory
- Meteorology in aviation
- Airspace information system design and analysis
- Business and Aviation management
About Courses in a bachelor’s Program?
In a bachelor’s degree program, it is possible that you will be responsible for completing an internship. You might also complete simulated flight labs and flight training. Bachelor’s degree mostly covers the following:
- Rating with instrument
- Aviation law
- Weather and aviation
- Aeronautical engineering
- Aviation safety
- Mechanical engineering