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  Feb 25, 2018
 
 
    
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AVSC 110 - Aviation Science I

(3 credits)
Corequisite: AVSC 107
During this course the student will be introduced to the aviation environment including pilot training, aviation opportunities, aeronautical decision making, and single-pilot resource management. The student will become familiar with airplane systems and aerodynamic principles. The student also will obtain a basic knowledge of safety of flight, airports, aeronautical charts, airspace radio communications and air traffic control (ATC) light signals, and air traffic control services, including the use of radar. In addition, the student will learn radio procedures and methods for obtaining flight information.