Ensuring College & Career Readiness

Aviation Careers

Description: Aviation students will receive a broad-based introduction to the field of aviation.  Course activities include: familiarization with aviation technology; a historic overview of the field of aviation; exploration of the current aviation environment and careers and employment opportunities in the field. Topics are focused on aircraft manufacturing, airline operations, general aviation, air-freight, airport management, and government service. Second year students will experience actual flight time arranged so that a full schedule at their homeschool is possible.


1st Year Courses:2nd Year Courses:
7214 Principles of Aviation Management (PRIN AVI MAN) 2022: 5524 Aviation Flight (Taught after School Hours)
7217 Private Pilot Theory (PVT PLT THRY)2023: 7218 Aviation Management Capstone  (AVI MGMT CAP)
7207 Aviation Safety and Operations (AVI SAF OPS)
Offered 1st year – AM or PM Session (3 Credits per Semester)1 Semester Course – S1 – Fall or S2 – Spring (choice of the student)

Dual Credits: Vincennes University (95)

First Year Credits – AMNT 100(2), AFT 210(3), AFT 291(3), AFLT 100(4), AFLT 285(3), AFLT 258(3) = 18 Dual Credits

Second Year Credits – AFT 102 = 1 Dual Credit

Certifications: N/A


Career Opportunities

Pilot, Air-Traffic Controller, Aircraft Dispatcher, Grounds Crew 

Instructor – Evan Peele – epeele@nafcs.org