Aviation

AIR TRANSPORTATION

AIR TRANSPORTATION CE (AVSC 2150)  |  UVU CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT – SEMESTER - 3 CREDITS

SUGGESTED GRADES: 10-12
PREREQUISITES: NONE

Air Transportation will give students the knowledge to help take and pass the FAA written exam and prepare them for flight. Study areas include a historical and present status of air transportation, air transportation regulations, administration for air transportation, and the different aircraft manufacturers as well as general aviation.

AVIATION HISTORY

AVIATION HISTORY CE (AVSC 1010)  |  UVU CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT - FULL YEAR - 3 CREDITS

SUGGESTED GRADES: 10-12
PREREQUISITES: NONE

Designed for all students interested in aviation careers. Includes a general knowledge of aviation, historical events, & aerospace studies/development opportunities. Studies aviation and aerospace terminology, how aircraft & spacecraft fly, research & development of future systems, government and industry roles in the growth of aviation, & potential careers in aviation.

FLIGHT SIMULATOR

FLIGHT SIMULATOR  - Full Year - 1 Credits

SUGGESTED GRADES: 10-12
PREREQUISITES: NONE

The course will give students hands-on experience, training, and knowledge in preparation for the real-world experiences of flying. Students will learn the basic skills needed to fly an airplane. Some of those skills include takeoffs, climbs, turns, descents, landing, navigating, and much more. Flight simulation provides a safe, low stress and cost-effective way to learn some of the basic aviation skills that you will need as a pilot.

PRIVATE PILOT

PRIVATE PILOT CE (AVSC 1100) | UVU CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT - Full year-3 credits

SUGGESTED GRADES: 10-12
PREREQUISITES: NONE

Introduces the airplane to entry-level student pilots as they prepare for flight training. Stresses airport systems, air traffic control procedures, aviation weather, air navigation, radio comm. procedures, and Federal Aviation Regulations. Prepares students for the FAA Private Pilot Airplane Knowledge Test.

unmanned aerial systems

unmanned aerial systems (drones) - semester ce - .5 credits

SUGGESTED GRADES: 10-12
PREREQUISITES: NONE

This course will introduce students to various aspects of Unmanned Aerial Systems. It will cover basic drone flying operations, safety, useful applications for UAS, and the rules covered under Federal Aviation Regulations Part 107.

 

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