Flight Operations and Aviation Management - Curriculum

Flight Operations Four Year Paradigm

First Year - Fall

 WVS 101  The Good Life
 AVI 131  Basic Ground School
 AVI 145  Safety and Ethics in Aviation
 FLI 131  Flight Training I
 UDMA 112  Algebra
   

First Year - Spring 

 Global Awareness Area A    
 ESC 214  Meteorology
 CIS 101 or 103  Intro to Computers
 COM 101  Speech
 ENG 102  Composition and Rhetoric
 FLI 132  Flight Training - Cross Country
   

 Second Year - Fall 

 FLI 231  Instrument Flight Training
 Social Development  
 AVI 231  Instrument Ground School
 RES 104  Research Writing
UDMA 150  Functions and Trigonometry
   

 Second Year - Spring 

 FLI 334  Flight - Complex/HP Aircraft
 AVI 233  Air Transportation
 Elective  
 AVI 349  Safety and Accident Investigation
 WVS 201  Self and Society
   

Third Year - Fall

AVI 344 Corporate Aviation
PHY 151 Physics
AVI 232 Advanced Ground School
FLI 232 Flight - Commercial Maneuvers
Elective  
Physical Education  
   

Third Year - Spring

FLI 435 Flight - Multi-engine
AVI 435 Multi-engine Ground School
Judeo Christian Traditions    
AVI 401 Applied Aerodynamics
Aesthetics A  
   

Fourth Year - Fall

AVI 434 Human Factors
AVI 447 Crew Resource Management
Elective/Minor  
Aesthetics A  
Global Awareness B Or Elective
   

Fourth Year - Spring

AVI 495 Aviation Senior Seminar
Stewardship  
Elective/Minor  
Elective/Minor  
Aesthetics B  

 

Aviation Management Four Year Paradigm

First Year - Fall

WVS 101 The Good Life
AVI 131 Basic Ground School
  Or AVI 130 Aviation History
ENG 102 Composition and Rhetoric
UDMA 112 Algebra
Physical Education  
   

First Year - Spring

Global Awareness Area A    
RES 104 Research Writing
AVI 233 Air Transportation
COM 101 Speech
CIS 101 Intro to Computers
   

Second Year - Fall

BAC 241 Financial Accounting
Social Development  
UDMA 150 Functions and Trigonometry
ENG 112 Introduction to Literature
AVI 349 Aviation Safety and Accident Investigation
   

Second Year - Spring

Physics or Chemistry  
BAC 242 Managerial Accounting
AVI 341 Aviation Law
BAC 120 Macroeconomics
WVS 201 Self and Society
   

Third Year - Fall

AVI 346 Airline Management
Elective/Minor  
BAC 201 Management
BAC 160 Microeconomics
Judeo-Christian Tradition    
Physical Education  
   

Third Year - Spring

Aesthetics Area B  
BAC 304 Human Capitol
BAC 300 Principles of Finance
WVS 301 World View
Elective/Minor  
   

Fourth Year - Fall

Elective/Minor  
Stewardship  
Elective/Minor  
AVI 445 International Airlines
   

Fourth Year - Spring

AVI 495 Aviation Senior Seminar
Global Awareness Area B    
Elective/Minor  
Elective/Minor  
Elective/Minor  

 

Four-Year Paradigm for BS in Flight Operations, Airline Focus, Minor in Aviation Management

First Year

  • Fall Term  
  • WVS101 The Good Life (3)
  • AVI131 Basic Ground School (6)
  • AVI145 Safety and Ethics (1)
  • FLI131 Flight Training 1 (3)
  • UDMA112 Algebra (4)
  • Spring Term
  • ESC214 Meteorology (3)
  • AVI231 Instrument Ground School (4)
  • FLI231 Instrument Flight (3)
  • ENG101 Comp and Rhetoric (3)
  • COM101 Basic Speech (3)

Second Year

  • AVI233 Air Transportation (3)
  • Social Development (3)
  • CIS101/103 Computer Applications (3)
  • RES104 Research Writing (3)
  • UDMA 150 Functions & Trigonometry(4)
  • FLI334 Flight - Complex/HP Aircraft (2)
  • FLI132 Commercial Cross-Country (2)
  • WVS201 Self & Society (3)
  • BAC241 Principles of Financial Accounting (3)*
  • AVI349 Safety and Accident Investigation (3)
  • Judeo-Christian Tradition (3) 
  • Physical Education (1)   

Third Year

  • AVI346 Airline Management (3)
  • PHY151 General Physics (4)
  • AVI232 Advanced Ground School (3)
  • FLI232 Flight - Commercial Maneuvers (2)
  • BAC120 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)*
  • Physical Education (1)   
  • Social Development (3)
  • BAC201 Principles of Management (3)*
  • AVI435 Multi-Engine Ground School (2)
  • AVI401 Applied Aerodynamics (3)
  • Aesthetics A (3)
  • Stewardship (3)   

Fourth Year

  • AVI434 Human Factors (3)
  • FLI435 Flight Multi-Engine (2)
  • AVI337 or 348 (3)*
  • Aesthetics B (3)
  • Elective (3)
  • AVI332 ATP/Dispatch (3)
  • AVI447 Crew Resource Management (3) 
  • AVI495 Senior Seminar (3)
  • BAC280 or 304 (3)*
  • Global Awareness B (1-3)
  • Electives (5)
 *Management Minor  
    1. Consider AVI430-FOI and AVI431-CFI Knowledge as electives in the Fall
    2. Consider AVI432-CFII Ground in the Spring
    3. 120 credits are minimum to graduate
    4. Consider internship opportunities

 

Four-Year Paradigm for BS in Flight Operations, Corporate Focus, No Minor

First Year   

 Fall Term

  • WVS101 The Good Life (3)
  • AVI131 Basic Ground School (6)
  • AVI145 Safety & Ethics (1)
  • FLI131 Flight Training 1 (3)
  • UDMA112 Algebra (4)

 

 Spring Term

  • ESC214 Meteorology (3)
  • CIS101 or 103 Computer Applications (3)
  • Global Awareness A (3)
  • ENG101 Comp and Rhetoric (3)
  • COM101 Basic Speech (3)
  • FLI132 Flight Training Cross-Country (2)
 Second Year  
  • FLI231 Instrument Flight Training (3)
  • Social Development (3)
  • AVI231 Instrument Ground School (4)
  • FLI131 Flight Training 1 (3)
  • UDMA112 Algebra (4)
  • FLI334 Complex/HP Aircraft (2)
  • AVI233 Air Transportation (3)
  • WVS201 Self & Society (3)
  • AVI349 Safety & Accident Investigation (3)
  • Aesthetics A (3)
  • Physical Education (1)
 Third Year  
  • AVI344 Corporate Aviation (3)
  • PHY151 Physics with Lab (4)
  • AVI232 Advanced Ground School (3)
  • FLI232 Commercial Maneuvers (2)
  • Global Awareness A (3)
  • Physical Education (1) 
  • Judeo-Christian Traditions (3)
  • AVI435 Multi-Engine Ground School (2)
  • AVI401 Applied Aerodynamics (3)
  • Global Awareness B (1-3)
  • Elective (3) 
 Fourth Year  
  • AVI434 Human Factors (3)
  • AVI348 FBO (3)
  • FLI435 Multi-Engine (2)
  • Electives (9)
  • AVI495 Senior Seminar (3)
  • AVI447 Crew Resource Management (3)
  • Electives (3)
  • Stewardship (3)
  • Aesthetics B (3) 
    1. Consider AVI430-FOI and AVI431-CFI Knowledge as electives in the Fall
    2. Consider AVI432-CFII Ground in the Spring
    3. Consider internship opportunities
    4. 120 credits are minimum to graduate