Bachelor of Aviation Management
Flight Instruction and Training
This four-year program follows the AAS AVT for the first two years (including the flight training), then continues the flight training in the second two years to add Certified Flight Instructor ratings to the student’s credentials.
Flight Instructor, Instrument Instructor and Multi-Engine Instructor are part of the program (flight training costs are in addition to tuition). Classroom training for these licenses, and classes in Adult Instruction and Training are the primary component of the curriculum, along with General Education requirements.
Once employed as a Flight Instructor, entry-level annual wages will range in the mid to upper teens to the mid twenty thousand dollar range.
Flight instruction will allow a pilot to build flight time to qualify for employment with regional airlines, corporate flight departments, or charter operations. Income potential in these fields can range from thirty to forty thousand up to one hundred twenty thousand dollars annually.