The Flight Technology major prepares graduates for entry level careers and leadership roles in the aviation community. Students select one of five technical specializations leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Flight Technology. The curriculum in Flight Technology is designed to provide a solid foundation in the liberal arts as well as a thorough education and training in a technical discipline. All FLT courses are by permission. Prerequisites may be waived for students enrolled in the Aviation Management or the Aviation Maintenance Management specializations. Special program rules and procedures as stated in the CWU Flight Technology/Midstate Aviation, Inc Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) apply to the Flight Officer, Commercial Pilot, and Airway Science Aircraft Systems Management specializations.
|Related Career Titles|
|Aviation Maintence||Aviation Inspector||Aviation Mechanic|
|Aviation Technician||Aviation Manager||Charter Pilot|
|Commercial Pilot||Corporate Aviator||Crop Duster|
|Flight Instructor||Pilot||Pipeline Patrol Pilot|
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Lockheed Martin: http://www.lockheedjobs.com/
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