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Career Area: Transportation, Distribution and Logistics
Associate Degree
Program Number: 10-402-1
Approximately 2 Years to Complete
Credit Program
Average Annual Tuition: $4167
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Aeronautics - Pilot Training Careers

Recent Wisconsin job postings for this degree:

Flight Instructor
Charter Pilot
Airline Pilot
Aviation Manager
First Officer

Average Median Wage


Aeronautics - Pilot Training Programs

The Aeronautics - Pilot Training program is a two-year associate degree program consisting of four semesters. The primary goal of the Aeronautics - Pilot Training program is to prepare the graduate to compete successfully for entry-level occupations as a pilot or flight instructor within the general occupational category of Aircraft/Air Transportation. It is important to emphasize the concept of entry level in this occupational area, in that as a general rule, graduates of programs of this type cannot expect to qualify immediately for employment in Commercial or Airline Pilot positions. The industry, as a whole, has developed a set of specific levels based on flight hours of experience as a pilot at the different levels, as a prerequisite to the next higher level.

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