Aviation Technology/Professional Pilot (AVTP.S.BAS)
- Division: Science, Mathematics and Engineering
- Department: Aviation Technology
The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Aviation Technology/Professional Pilot is designed to enhance the technical skills of students who have earned an associate degree in Aviation Technology/Professional Pilot at Sinclair Community College, or who wish to pursue a complete bachelors degree. The degree builds upon students’ foundational understanding of aviation and pilot training. Students may choose fixed wing (single engine and multi-engine) or helicopter pilot certifications. The student must obtain a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) 3rd class medical certificate prior to enrolling in any of the flight labs. In addition to standard tuition fees there are additional lab fees for each of the flight labs in the program. These lab fees are structured to cover the costs associated with the minimum flying hours required for each FAA certificate. Any additional flying time costs beyond the FAA minimums covered by the lab fee must be borne by the student. See the Department for the latest lab fee costs.