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Professional Pilot, A.A.S.

The Professional Pilot Program prepares students who look forward to careers as air carrier pilots, general aviation pilots, and military pilots. Each student successfully completing the degree program will have obtained a minimum of a commercial pilot certificate with an instrument rating. Classes leading to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification must adhere to FAA guidelines. These guidelines require students to attend a minimum number of classroom hours. Students not meeting these attendance requirements will not be certified. All discipline specific courses must be passed with a grade of “B” or better to complete this degree.

A prerequisite to enter the degree program is possession of a current second class aviation medical certificate. Special Fees apply.

Related Degrees and Certificates

Commercial Pilot Level I Certificate 

Instrument Pilot Level I Certificate 

Multi-Engine Pilot Level I Certificate 

Private Pilot Level I Certificate 

Certified Flight Instructor Level I Preparation Certificate 


Degree Requirements (Total Credit Hours 60)

First Year

Second Year


*Capstone Course
CIP Code: 49.0102
Major Code: PPIL