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Career and Technical Education

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE

The Professional Pilot Airplane Associate of Applied Science and the Professional Pilot Helicopter Associate of Applied Science programs train individuals to work as professional pilots in the air transportation industry.

The Unmanned Aerial Systems Operations Associate of Applied Science trains individuals to work as professional unmanned aerial systems (UAS) operators in the national/international arena.

  • Professional Pilot Airplane

    Aviation Professional Pilot Airplane Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

    The Professional Pilot Airplane Associate of Applied Science trains professional pilots for the air transportation industry. There are many fascinating work opportunities, including piloting a commercial airliner, flying for a corporation providing a service to the leaders of the company, flying as a charter pilot taking passengers point-to-point, and providing flight instruction to student pilots.

    College Catalog iconCatalog Details/Requirements:
    Professional Pilot Airplane - Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • Professional Pilot Helicopter

    Aviation Professional Pilot Helicopter Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

    The Professional Pilot Helicopter Associate of Applied Science trains individuals to work as professional pilots in the air transportation industry. Students in the helicopter track will be eligible to earn the following Federal Aviation Administration ratings/certificates: Private Pilot, Commercial Pilot, Instrument, and Certified Flight Instructor.

    College Catalog iconCatalog Details/Requirements:
    Aviation Professional Pilot Helicopter - Professional Pilot Helicopter Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • Unmanned Aerial Systems

    Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Operations Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

    The Unmanned Aerial Systems Operations Associate of Applied Science trains individuals to work as professional unmanned aerial systems (UAS) operators in the national/international arena. Students will learn to operate UAS, including conducting mission/pre-flight planning, mission briefings, and programming. They will learn how to obtain and evaluate weather forecasts, Notice to Airmen (NOTAMs), Special Instructions (SPINs), and airspace requirements. Students will be taught to perform limited UAS and ground support equipment testing, troubleshooting, and maintenance.

    The UAS degree prepares students for a rapidly growing industry with many civilian applications, including agriculture, search and rescue, monitoring environment and wildlife, border security, fire mapping, surveying structures after natural disasters, real estate photography, and police surveillance.

    College Catalog iconCatalog Details/Requirements:
    Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Operations - Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Aviation Programs

 


TRANSFER

Associate of Science

The Aviation-Technology and Management Associate of Science prepares students to continue to Oregon Institute of Technology's Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology and Management or Bachelor of Science in Operations Management.

Transfer - Associate of Science