The School of Aviation
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School of Aviation Statement of Policy
Only courses with a grade of C or better (including transfer courses) may be used to fulfill a major or minor requirement in any program offered by the School of Aviation.
Students pursuing flight training in their program must hold at least a Second (2nd) Class FAA Medical Certificate before any flight operations may commence.
The number of flight slots varies each semester as they are based on the number of available flight instructors - as a result, there may be delays in degree progress.
Students pursuing flight training may request immediate enrollment in subsequent flight courses at any time during a published term if the prerequisite has been satisfactorily completed.
Flight Courses, Airplane
Aircraft user charges are based on flying time and vary with the type of aircraft. Advance deposits of $500 or more for each course are required. Contact the Department of Aviation or Chief Flight Instructor for current hourly flight fee rates. Additional federal financial aid may be received by students who incur documented costs for aviation flight training.