Aircraft Pilot Training
About the Program
It is possible to complete all academics, plus most of the flight certificates in approximately two years. Private, commercial, instrumental and either flight instructor or multi-engine certificates are required for the degree, with an enhanced skills certificate offered as an additional option. The Aircraft Pilot (APT) training is administered by FAA-Certified instructors.
Students get first-class, hands-on training and flying time on a variety of aircraft, including Cessna 172s, Diamond DA-20s and a Piper Seminole and a Piper Arrow, as well as training on two Redbird single- and multi-engine capable simulators, worldwide weather terminals and much more.
In approximately five semesters, students quickly rack up more airtime flight hours by obtaining an associate degree through TSTC’s FAA-approved program, becoming certified as flight instructors.
For those who want to continue their education, TSTC offers an Aviation Science program with Baylor University and with Tarleton State University to pursue a Bachelors of Science.
- Associate in Applied Science
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