Aviation Science

The Central Texas College Aviation Science Department offers a two-year program leading to an Associate of Applied Science degree and the Commercial Pilot Certificate with an Instrument Airplane rating. The curriculum includes 14 core aviation classes which are transferable to upper level institutions that offer Baccalaureate degrees in aviation. The Central Texas College Flight Training is conducted under Federal Aviation Association (FAA) regulations for FAR 141 Approved Schools. The local area offers an excellent training environment, which allows for efficient use of flight time. Central Texas College also offers advanced flight training for Flight Instructors and for Multi-Engine ratings. Extra curriculum activities include the Aviation Association, the National Intercollegiate Aviation Fraternity and the Central Texas College Precision Flight Team which competes in the National Intercollegiate Flying Association (NIFA) competitions. Central Texas College is also a member of the University Aviation Association.