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Aviation Technology:Theory

Aviation Technology:Theory Courses

1100
ATT

Private Pilot Ground School

This course introduces basic subjects pertaining to pilot knowledge including: basic aircraft systems, aircraft operation and performance, aerodynamic principles, human factors, and aeronautical decision making. When this course is taken concurrently with ATT1101, it will prepare students for the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) private pilot knowledge examination and allow them to take the FAA exam (IAP047) upon completion of the course. This course meets the requirements of FAR Part 141 for a ground school for the FAA private pilot certificate.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1101
ATT

Private Pilot Applications

This course, together with ATT 1100, provides the basic knowledge needed by students in the professional piloting technology program. The two courses must be taken concurrently by students majoring in the professional piloting technology program. The areas of study include: aircraft preflight, the planning and preparations prior to flight, airport operations, airspace, federal aviation regulations, flight information publications, air navigation, cross country navigation, radio navigation, and flight safety. When this course is taken simultaneously with ATT1100, it will prepare students for the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) private pilot knowledge examination and allow them to take the ATT exam (IAP047) upon completion of the course.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

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