Miramar College's Aviation Operations Program offers two Associate in Science Degrees: Aviation Business Administration and Professional Aeronautics. To receive these degrees, students must successfully pass the following courses as well as meet all general education requirements established by the San Diego Community College District. See below for a list of requirements and recommended course sequences for Aviation Operations Degrees.
For graduation requirements, please see the Miramar College website. This major, along with General Education requirements and electives, (minimum of 60 units), meet the requirements for an Associates Degree.
For those students who may already possess advanced degrees but are interested in adding an aviation specialty to their resume, the Certificate of Achievement focuses exclusively on aviation related courses and can usually be completed in one year.
Two options are available: Aviation Operations-Management and Aviation Operations-Professional Pilot.
To receive a Certificate, students must pass AVIA 133 Human Factors in Aviation and either AVIA 101 Private Pilot Ground School, AVIA 195 Instrument Ground School, AVIA 201 Commercial Pilot Ground School, or AVIA 211 Flight Instructor Ground School.
When passed with a C or better, indicates student qualification to take the FAA Private Pilot Knowledge Examination.
When passed with a C or better, indicates student qualification to take the FAA Instrument Rating Knowledge Examination.
When passed with a C or better, indicates student qualification to take the FAA Commercial Pilot Knowledge Examination.
When passed with a C or better, indicates student qualification to take the FAA Fundamentals of Instruction and the Certified Flight Instructor Knowledge Examination.
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