The Minor in Air Traffic Control is intended to prepare students with the foundational skills associated with the practice of Air Traffic Control. Lecture content is combined with a state of the art Adacel Air Traffic Control simulator to provide students with both foundational theory and practical application of techniques. (Not available via distance)
|FSCI 1250||Basic Flight Foundations||3|
|ASCI 1300||Aviation Weather||3|
|ASCI 1020||Intro to Air Traffic Control||2|
|ASCI 2020||Air Traffic Control Operations and Procedures||3|
|ASCI 3030||Basic Air Traffic Control: Tower and Radar||3|
|ASCI 3040||Advanced Air Traffic Control: Tower and Radar||3|
A student may remain academically eligible to continue coursework in the department’s academic concentrations by maintaining a minimum GPA of 2.00 or the equivalent of a letter grade of C. Any student receiving a single C-, D, F, or U grade in a course with an ASCI or FSCI prefix that is required for graduation in an Aviation Management or Flight Science concentration or minor will be required to repeat the course in which the C-, D, F, or U grade was received. If the course is a prerequisite to another course in the Aviation Management or Flight Science concentration, the student will be required to repeat the course in which the C-, D, F, or U grade was received. The student will not be allowed to progress into the subsequent course until a grade of C is achieved in the prerequisite course.
Students enrolled in the Flight Science minor are allowed two (2) attempts to earn a grade of C or better in any of the flight courses that are part of the academic concentration. A student receiving a C-, D, F, or U grade in a repeated course is subject to dismissal from the program.
An appeal of a grade, progression in the concentration or minor, or dismissal from the concentration or minor may be made in accordance with the procedures outlined in the Department of Aviation Science Student Appeal Process, a copy of which can be obtained from the department chairperson or from the Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology Office of the Dean.
Students should be aware that situations such as those described above could jeopardize one’s planned graduation date due to the manner in which courses are scheduled each academic year.