Aviation - Spring 2017

Commercial Pilot Grnd Sch I — 3287
AVN 1340 – 1.5 credits
Richard J. Rupprecht

This course, along with AVN 2140: Commercial Pilot Ground School II, prepares students for the FAA Commercial Pilot Written Exam. Topics covered include complex aircraft systems; aircraft performance and control; aerodynamics, air traffic control and the National Airspace System; Federal Aviation Regulations, radio navigation, meteorology, and the physiology of flight (including discussions of hypoxia, hyperventilation, middle ear and sinus problems, spatial disorientation, carbon monoxide poisoning, motion sickness, physiology of night flying, and the effects of alcohol and drugs including over the counter medications). Prerequisite: AVN 1140 and 1150, or Private Pilot Certificate; Corequisite: AVN 1350; Eligibility: ENG 1510; other: current FAA Third Class Medical Certificate. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center
Jan 17 – May 18 TBD
Commercial Pilot Flight I — 3288
AVN 1350 – 1.5 credits
Richard J. Rupprecht

Students will receive commercial flight training in accordance with Part 141, appendix D, of the Federal Aviation Regulations. FAA and college-approved instructors associated with local FAA-approved Fixed Base Operators (FBOs) conduct dual instruction and supervise solo flight. The course consists of a minimum of 49 hours of flight instruction along with briefing and other matters related to commercial piloting. The student will bear all expenses beyond the above flight and instructional time. This course is the first half of a training package (along with AVN 215) that prepares students for the FAA Commercial Pilot Practical Test ASEL (Airplane Single Engine Land). Prerequisite: AVN 1140 and 1150, or Private Pilot Certificate; Corequisite: AVN 1340; Eligibility: ENG 1510; other: current FAA Third Class Medical Certificate. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center
Jan 17 – May 18 TBD
Commercial Pilot Grnd Sch II — 3290
AVN 2140 – 1.5 credits
Richard J. Rupprecht

This course, along with AVN 1340, prepares students for the FAA Commercial Pilot Written Exam. Topics covered include complex aircraft systems; aircraft performance and control; aerodynamics, air traffic control and the National Airspace System; Federal Aviation Regulations, radio navigation, meteorology, and the physiology of flight (including discussions of hypoxia, hyperventilation, middle ear and sinus problems, spatial disorientation, carbon monoxide poisoning, motion sickness, physiology of night flying, and the effects of alcohol and drugs including over the counter medications). Prerequisite: AVN 1340 and 1350; Corequisite: AVN 2150; Eligibility: ENG 1510; other: current FAA Third Class Medical Certificate. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center
Jan 17 – May 18 TBD
Commercial Pilot Flight II — 3291
AVN 2150 – 2.5 credits
Richard J. Rupprecht

Students will receive commercial flight training in accordance with Part 141, appendix D, of the Federal Aviation Regulations. FAA and college-approved instructors associated with local FAA-approved Fixed Base Operators (FBOs) conduct dual instruction and supervise solo flight. The course consists of a minimum of 71 hours of flight instruction along with briefing and other matters related to commercial piloting. The student will bear all expenses beyond the above flight and instructional time. This course is the second half of a training package (along with AVN 1350) that prepares students for the FAA Commercial Pilot Practical Test ASEL (Airplane Single Engine Land). Prerequisites: AVN 1340 and 1350; Corequisite: AVN 2140; Eligibility: ENG 1510; other: current FAA Third Class Medical Certificate. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center
Jan 17 – May 18 TBD
Cert-Flight Instructr-Airplane — 3292
AVN 2250 – 3 credits
Richard J. Rupprecht

This course consists of a minimum of 65 hours of instruction - 25 hours of dual flight and 40 hours of classroom instruction - and prepares students for the FAA Certified Flight Instructor Airplane Practical Test. Flight instruction consists of a comprehensive review of private and commercial flight maneuvers. The class instruction includes an in-depth discussion of the fundamentals of instruction, including lesson plan preparation, laws of learning, and effective communication techniques. Aerodynamics, regulations, procedures, and other topics covered during the private and commercial phases of training are also reviewed. Prerequisites: commercial pilot certificate with instrument rating and current FAA Third Class Medical Certificate. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center
Jan 17 – May 18 TBD