Dec 01, 2022  
2022-2023 General Catalog [Current] 
    
2022-2023 General Catalog [Current]

Program Learning Outcomes: Aerospace/Aviation Sciences/Aviation


Aerospace/Aviation Sciences (BS)

  • Students will demonstrate an increased recognition and respect for aviation safety between the time they join the program and the time they complete the program.
  • Students will be able to intelligibly and accurately discuss aviation industry particulars with industry participants, faculty and staff, and fellow students. They will also be able to inform other interested parties of aviation industry particulars which may not be common knowledge to individuals who are not directly involved in the aviation community.
  • At conclusion of the program graduating students will demonstrate pilot skills and knowledge deemed critical by industry. Students will possess desirable attributes of professional pilots.
  • Students will show evidence that they have acquired skills or knowledge directly related to piloting aircraft within the first year of participation in the program.
  • Students will satisfy the FAA knowledge and skill requirements for Commercial Pilot Certification, Certified Flight Instructor, Certified Flight Instructor Instrument, and various endorsements in aircraft type and operation.

Aviation Administration and Leadership (BA/BS)

  • Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of administrative practices germane to the aviation industry and the ability to apply those principles in leadership contexts.
  • Graduates will demonstrate basic managements skills and the ability to apply those within the aviation industry.
  • Graduates will grasp a conceptual and applied understanding of Total Quality Management (TQM), High Reliability Organization (HRO), and Systems Thinking.
  • Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of Aeronautical-Decision-Making principles and practices.
  • Graduates will understand and apply principles of aviation safety within contexts associated with administration and leadership.
  • Graduates will be able to intelligibly and accurately discuss aviation industry particulars with industry participants, faculty and staff, and fellow students. They will also be able to inform other interested parties of aviation industry particulars which may not be common knowledge to individuals who are not directly involved in the aviation community.

Aviation (AAS)

  • Students will demonstrate an increased recognition and respect for aviation safety between the time they join the program and the time they complete the program.
  • At conclusion of the program graduating students will demonstrate pilot skills and knowledge deemed critical by industry. Students will possess desirable attributes of professional pilots.
  • Students will show evidence that they have acquired skills or knowledge directly related to piloting aircraft within the first year of participation in the program.
  • Students will satisfy the FAA knowledge and skill requirements for Commercial Pilot Certification, Certified Flight Instructor, Certified Flight Instructor Instrument, and various endorsements in aircraft type and operation.

Aviation (Certificate)

  • Students will demonstrate an increased recognition and respect for aviation safety between the time they join the program and the time they complete the program.
  • At conclusion of the program graduating students will demonstrate pilot skills and knowledge deemed critical by industry. Students will possess desirable attributes of professional pilots.
  • Students will show evidence that they have acquired skills or knowledge directly related to piloting aircraft within the first year of participation in the program.
  • Students will satisfy the FAA knowledge and skill requirements for Commercial Pilot Certification, Certified Flight Instructor, Certified Flight Instructor Instrument, and various endorsements in aircraft type and operation.