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1 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Aeronautical Science “Preparation for a Career as a Professional Pilot “ 1

2 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Agenda Overview Curricula Airline Pilot Specialty – A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots Conclusion 2

3 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Aeronautical Science Degree Mission Statement The purpose of the Aeronautical Science degree is to maintain status as the international center of excellence for professional pilot education. The degree blends flight training with rigorous academic study in a unique manner. The degree provides a strong foundation for graduates to assume leadership roles as airline pilots, commercial pilots, or military pilots. The philosophy of the Aeronautical Science degree is that ethical and responsible behavior, within a culture of safety and professionalism, is imperative for the success of its graduates. The goal of the degree is to maintain global leadership in pilot education through a technologically enriched, student-centered environment enabling learning through collaboration and teamwork. 3

4 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Aeronautical Science Degree Mission Statement (continued) The intent of the degree is to accomplish its mission by: – utilizing top quality faculty and instructional staff to educate students – developing skills in mathematics, physics, communications and aeronautics – including FAA certification to become a professional pilot in a multi-crewmember jet transport aircraft – providing innovative directions in aviation education – infusing state-of-the-art flight simulation into the curriculum – employing advanced laboratories, equipment, and other facilities – collaborating with industry leaders and aviation experts worldwide – advancing knowledge through leading-edge research in aviation 4

5 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Overview Accredited Education – AABI – SACS – FAA Part Bachelor of Science Degree in Aeronautical Science Credits General Education Aeronautical Science Core Flight Core Specialty Courses Total Degree Credits 120 Course Content Topics Kept to Date with Environment of Prof. Aviation (e.g., Professional Conduct, SMS, ASAP, FOQA, etc…)

6 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Overview-Rigorous Curriculum Skills: – Mathematics, calculus-based – Physics, with labs – Communications – Business – Aeronautics FAA certification as a multi-engine instrument rated commercial pilot. 6

7 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Overview-Professional Education The last two years include extensive professional level courses that prepare the graduate for a career as a professional pilot, including: – airline flight crew operations in multi-crewmember jet transport aircraft – critical thinking and problem-solving skills developed via computer simulations for aircraft performance navigation aircraft systems operation 7

8 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Overview-Professional Education Effective resource management, human factors, and safety awareness are constantly emphasized throughout the curriculum. Current topics of interest integrated throughout curricula (e.g., SMS, ASAP, FOQA) 8 Cont. Hours of Instruction Per Course 49.5

9 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes Required by Today’s Industry Upon completion of the curriculum, the student will possess an FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with multi-engine and instrument ratings. Advanced flight training includes upset training, certification as a flight instructor and instrument flight instructor, and training as a flight crewmember in a jet transport aircraft. 9

10 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Airline Pilot Specialty The Airline Pilot Specialty is designed for students whose goal is to fly for a scheduled airline. The academic and flight courses are designed to provide exposure to procedures and operations consistent with those found at air carriers. 10 Hours of Instruction Per Course 49.5

11 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida General Ed Core 11 COM 122 (Communications)English Composition and Literature3 COM 219 (Communications)Speech3 COM 221 (Communications)Technical Report Writing3 HU 140 SeriesLower Level Humanities Elective3 HU/SS Upper Level Elective Level OR PSY 3503 PSY 101 (L.L. Social Science)Introduction to Psychology3 EC 200 OR SS 110/120/130/204/210 Lower Level Social Science Elective3 MA 111College Math for Aviation I3 MA 112College Math for Aviation II3 BA 201 (Management Elective)Principles of Management3 IT 109 OR CS 118Computer Science Elective3 PS 103 (Lab Required)Technical Physics I3 PS 104 (Lab Required)Technical Physics II3

12 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Aeronautical Science Core 12 ASC 101Aeronautical Science Success1 AS 121Private Pilot Operations5 AS 221Instrument Pilot Operations3 AS 321Commercial Pilot Operations3 AS 309Aerodynamics3 AS 310Aircraft Performance3 AS 311Aircraft Engines - Turbines3 AS 340 OR FA 417Instructional Design in Aviation or CFI / CFII3 AS 350Domestic & International Navigation3 AS 356Aircraft Systems & Components3 AS 357Flight Physiology3 AS 387Crew Resource Management3 AS 408Flight Safety3 AS 435Electronic Flight Management Systems3 AS 472Operational Applications in Aeronautical Science3 WX 201Survey of Meteorology3 WX 301Aviation Weather3 Catalog

13 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Airline Pilot Specialty 13 AS 254 or AS 405Aviation Legislation or Aviation Law3 AS 380Pilot Career Planning and Interviewing1 AS 402 or AS 410Airline Operations or Airline Dispatch Operations3 AS 411Jet Transport Systems3 AS 420Flight Technique Analysis3 BA 315Airline Management3 FA 420 Airline Flight Crew Techniques and Procedures “CRJ”2 Open Electives/Minor8

14 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots Ab initio model – All training and education occurs at the university – Goal- graduates serve as professional first officers with minimal new hire training from employers 14 Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ)

15 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots Train under FAR Part 142 with a Competency-Based Methodology – Blended approach to flight training live simulation 15

16 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots AS Highlights for Professional Pilot Preparation

17 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots AS Highlights for Professional Pilot Preparation

18 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots AS Highlights for Professional Pilot Preparation

19 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots AS Highlights for Professional Pilot Preparation SMS, ASAP, FOQA Highlighted

20 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots AS Highlights for Professional Pilot Preparation SMS, ASAP, FOQA Highlighted

21 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots AS Highlights for Professionals Preparation

22 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots AS Highlights for Professionals Preparation

23 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots AS

24 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots AS Highlights for Professional Pilot Preparation SMS, ASAP, FOQA Highlighted

25 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots AS Highlights for Professional Pilot Preparation SMS, ASAP, FOQA Highlighted

26 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots AS Highlights for Professional Pilot Preparation SMS, ASAP, FOQA Highlighted

27 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida AS “bridge between material covered previously in the A.S. curriculum and the industry”

28 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida MCO AS

29 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida AS 472 Goals 29 Goals: At the end of the course, students should be able to review the regulations pertaining to flight operations conducted under 14 CFR 91 Subparts F, G & K; 14CFR 119, 14 CFR 135; & 14CFR 121 and using accepted practices to make proper decisions regarding various types of flight operations. In addition, students will apply previous learned knowledge of flight planning, crew resource management, threat and error management, safety, and professional ethics to real-world situations and demonstrate the ability make the decisions necessary to achieve a safe and successful outcome.

30 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida AS 472 Discipline Specific Learning Outcomes Students will demonstrate their understanding of the professional and regulatory standards and ethics expected of pilots in today’s industry by researching and writing the appropriate sections of a flight operations manual for a fictional, yet representative airline. 30 Setting

31 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida AS 472 Discipline Specific Learning Outcomes scenario-based learning threat and error management understanding of the professional and regulatory standards and ethics explaining appropriate threat and error management Scenario-based learning and case studies for making and justifying decisions Part 121 domestic operations – writing appropriate sections of a flight operations manual on de-icing, low visibility ground operations including SMGCS operations, crew rest, transportation of dangerous goods, and diversions and/or delays Part 121 international operations – writing appropriate sections of a flight operations manual on international flights including RNP and RVSM operations, international communications, ICAO flight plans, diversions and reroutes. 31

32 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida The Faculty 32

33 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Labs-AEROSIM 33

34 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Labs-HAL 34

35 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Labs-HAL 35

36 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Labs- Spatial Disorientation Trainer 36

37 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Labs-Turbine Engines 37

38 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Labs-Tutor Lab and Adv. Flight Simulation Center 38

39 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Labs-Tutor Lab and Adv. Flight Simulation Center 39

40 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Labs-Tutor Lab and Adv. Flight Simulation Center 40

41 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Labs- Weather 41

42 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Upset Recovery 42

43 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Career Planning 43

44 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida StandardsBeyond Train to Standards and Beyond! 44

45 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Conclusion 45

46 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Catalog 46

47 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Catalog 47

48 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Catalog 48

49 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Catalog 49

50 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Catalog 50

51 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida Aircraft Dispatcher Training Program AS-221 Instrument Pilot Operations AS-321 Commercial Pilot Operations WX-201 Survey of Meteorology WX-301 Aviation Weather AS-310 Aircraft Performance AT-200 Air Traffic Management I AS-410 Airline Dispatch Operations 51 FAR Part 65 governs the Aircraft Dispatcher Certification process

52 NTAS 2010, Daytona Beach, Florida A Program Tailored to Prepare Airline Transport Pilots 52 FA 418 Airline Transport Pilot Proficiency Development 1 Credit Certified Commercial and Instrument rated multi-engine pilots are provided extensive detailed instrument-oriented training to airline transport pilot proficiency standards. Emphasis is placed on preci­sion attitude flying techniques including configura­tion change procedures, attitude and thrust setting determination, and velocity transitions; precise instrument approach and departure procedures; and integration of applicable emergency procedures dur­ing all phases of instrument flight. Prerequisites: FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with Airplane-Single and Multi-Engine Land and Instrument- Airplane ratings. Highlights for Professional Pilot Preparation


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