Division: Science, Mathematics and Engineering
Department: Aviation Technology
Effective as of Fall 2016
Career opportunities are available in airline, corporate and general aviation. Growth in major, regional and low-cost airlines will increase demand for all types of aviation professionals in these companies. In addition, aviation professionals with higher levels of experience and education will have more robust job opportunities. A large number of the positions created in the coming years will be the result of older workers retiring from the industry, prompting the need for new hires.
Formal articulation agreements with other colleges and universities indicate how Sinclair programs and courses will transfer to other institutions.
Students may choose the pilot specialization where they may earn specific Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certifications.
|Any Aviation Course||21|
|AVT 1105||Orientation to Aviation||2|
|AVT 1119||Aviation Meteorology||2|
|AVT 1140||Introduction to Business Aviation||2|
|AVT 1141||Principles of Aviation Leadership||2|
|AVT 1245||Aviation Law||2|
|AVT 2125||Developments in Aviation||2|
|AVT 2146||Introduction to Airline Operations||3|
|AVT 2240||Human Factors in Aviation||3|
|AVT 2242||Aircraft Accident Investigation||3|
|AVT 2700||Aviation Internship||2|
|COM 2206||Interpersonal Communication||3|
|ECO 2160||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|ENG 1101||English Composition I||3|
|MAT 1470||College Algebra||3|
|MET 1131||Personal Computer Applications for Engineering Technology||1|
|PHY 1141||College Physics I||4|