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Associate of Science Programs in Aviation

An Associate of Science degree is often considered an entry-level degree. It is usually perfect for focusing on a specialized skill or preparing for a higher degree. Typically, an associate degree takes two years to complete. What is an Associate of Science in Aviation? Aviation flight technology and aviation maintenance are two popular focus areas for this degree. Typically, these programs teach… Read more

An Associate of Science degree is often considered an entry-level degree. It is usually perfect for focusing on a specialized skill or preparing for a higher degree. Typically, an associate degree takes two years to complete.

What is an Associate of Science in Aviation? Aviation flight technology and aviation maintenance are two popular focus areas for this degree. Typically, these programs teach you the requirements necessary to become a pilot. In addition, classes generally cover instrumentation, safety and maintenance, aviation history, flight techniques, ground operations and electronics. These courses commonly prepare you for a career in commercial or private aviation. Online degrees are becoming popular and may allow you to complete your education from home while learning to fly at your local airport. A traditional classroom setting often has its benefits as well: on-site training, a more traditional setting and comradery of classmates.

Whether you hope to become a pilot or a technician, this degree may equip you with the skills you need. You may learn valuable lessons that go beyond your field, including record keeping, electronics and how to conduct yourself around aircraft.

The costs of training may vary a lot from course to course. Some management programs are even available online. It is best to contact the admissions office of your school of choice.

An Associate of Science in Aviation may prepare you for many jobs in the field. You could become a pilot, work as a service technician for an airline or become a private aircraft mechanic. Most new pilots have a college degree, as well as time logged behind the wheel of an airplane. Be aware that to fly you may need to be licensed by local or federal agencies in the country you work. As an airline technician, you may inspect airplanes prior to takeoff and after landing.

There are usually many choices when it comes to schools offering aviation programs. Before applying, make sure the school you want to attend offers the type of aviation program you wish to pursue. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Glendale Community College
Glendale , USA

This Pilot Training Program prepares men and women of all ages to enter the exciting field of commercial aviation. A comprehensive selection of ground classes and flight labs ... +

This Pilot Training Program prepares men and women of all ages to enter the exciting field of commercial aviation. A comprehensive selection of ground classes and flight labs prepare pilot training students to pass Federal Aviation Administration private pilot, instrument rating, and commercial pilot knowledge and practical examinations. Ground training is conducted at the main campus. -
Associate of Science
Full-time
2 years
English
Campus
 

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