Students may now submit applications to World Wide Wings to register and with the Department of Aeronautics at San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) to complete the Associate Science Degree in Flight Operations and Management (2 years)
The Associate Science degree in Flight Operations and Management will prepare the student for employment in the Aviation industry. After completion of the 2 years Associate Science Degree, the student will be eligible to transfer to a 4-year university Bachelor’s degree.
Whilst attending this new program at SBVC, the student may also complete their Private Pilot License, Instrument License and Commercial Pilot license at World Wide Wing’s Flight School located at San Bernardino International Airport. On completion of their Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) License and Certified Flight Instrumentation Instruction license, the student will have the opportunity to earn as an employed working Flight Instructor at World Wide Wing’s Flight School.
- Completion of Secondary High School education educational, preferably with English, Physics and Mathematics.
- Good command of English (Read, Write & Speak)
- Issue of I20 for visa. Click here as we guide you for admission /visa process.
2 years course
- Units covered in each semester are stated below the respective degrees
ASSOCIATE SCIENCE DEGREE IN FLIGHT OPERATIONS & MANAGEMENT
To graduate at SBVC with an Associate Science (AS) Degree in Flight Operations and Management, the student must complete 24 Units of the General Breadth Education requirement courses for the Associate of Science Degree, plus the Required Courses of 36 Units with a minimum grade C. Hence a total of 60 units to graduate.
This AS degree is a two year program . It is designed for students who are interested in a career as a commercial pilot either in general aviation, or in the areas of aviation management. The AS degree prepares students for immediate employment or transfer to other 4 year college degree programs. This is a Gainful Employment program.
This AS degree is designed to prepare students to continue to qualify for the Private Pilot’s License and the Instrument Rating License as per FAA 144 rules. It includes the Federal Aviation Administration approved curricula in Private Pilot Ground School and Instrument Ground school. The written examinations for the Private Pilot License will be administered by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) through their computer testing centers.
Through the San Bernardino Valley College Flying Club and World Wide Wings Flight School the students will have the opportunity to gain additional flight experience at a nominal cost as they prepare for the private pilot, commercial pilot, or instrument pilot ratings. World Wide Wings Flight School is located at the San Bernardino International Airport, and close to SBVC.
GENERAL BREADTH EDUCATION COURSES
|CATEGORY||SUBJECT GROUP||MIN UNITS REQUIRED|
|Category I||Natural science||3|
|Category II||Social & Behavioral Science||3|
|Category IV||Communication & Analytical Thinking||6|
|Category V||Lifelong Learning & Analytical Thinking||2|
* Total units required for General Breadth Education Courses are 24
* Of which the above 17 credits are compulsory, the balance 7 credits can be obtained by choosing further subjects in any of the above categories.
|SUBJECT CODE||SUBJECT NAME||NO OF UNITS|
|AERO 021||Aviation Fundamentals||3|
|AERO 022||FAA Private Pilot Ground School||6|
|AERO 024||Aircraft Power Plants||3|
|AERO 025||Flight Safety||2|
|AERO 026||Airframe Structure||3|
|AERO 027||Aircraft Certifications and Operations||2|
|AERO 034||Civil Aviation Management Laws||3|
|AERO 040||FAA Instrument Ground School||4|
|AERO 046||Aviation Weather||3|
|BUSAD 100||Introduction to Business||3|
|PHYSICS 101||Introductory Physics||4|
|Total Units for Required Courses
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All Payments must be received in time to avoid suspension of flight training and visa status.
This is a guide of the additional costs to be borne in addition to the program cost for students from India and the Indian sub-continent.
Students have the option to apply to start their Associate Science Degree in Flight Operations and Management at SBVC either at the start of the Summer, Fall or Spring semester, as per the following class start dates and application receiving dates at SBVC:
SUMMER SEMESTER 2018:
Classes Start on June 1st, 2018.
All applications to be received before March 1st, 2018
FALL SEMESTER 2018:
Classes Start on Aug 13th, 2018.
All applications to be received before May 1st, 2018
SPRING SEMESTER 2019:
Classes Start on January 14th, 2019.
All applications to be received before October 1st, 2018
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These courses will prepare you for employment in the Aviation industry