Hampton University
School of Engineering and Technology, Aviation

Flight Education

Flight Education majors cover the knowledge and flight training needed for a professional pilot career, either in airlines, general aviation or the military.  Flight training is conducted in late model Cessna aircraft.

Flight Education students upon completion of this program have a variety of pilot ratings and enter the job market prepared to seek employment as a pilot in the aviation industry.  Students with this degree can go to work in commercial aviation for a company like Continental Express or seek employment as a pilot in the corporate aviation field.

Flight Education - B.S. Degree Curriculum

In addition to the General Education courses listed previously, Flight Education majors are required to complete the following:

Freshman Year Semester 1 Semester 2
English 101, 102 3 3
History 105/107, 106 3 3
Aviation 201, 202 3 3
Aviation 215 1
Chemistry 150 3
Computer Science 120 3
Health 200 2
Biology 101 3
University 101 1
Total: 15 16
Sophomore Year Semester 1 Semester 2
Aviation 203 3
Aviation 216 1
Aviation 311 3
Aviation 315 1
Humanities 201, 202 3 3
Mathematics 117,130 3 3
Physical Education 1 1
Psychology 203 3
Speech 103 3
Total: 14 14
Junior Year Semester 1 Semester 2
Aviation 301,302 3 3
Aviation 312 3
Aviation 325 3
Aviation 310 3
Aviation 335, 336 1 1
Aviation 316 1
Aviation Elective 3
Physics 201 4
Physics 215
Philosophy 210
1 3
Mathematics 205 3
Total: 16 16
Senior Year Semester 1 Semester 2
Aviation 304 3
Aviation 321 3
Aviation 406, 407 3 3
Aviation 415, 416 1 1
Sociology Elective 3
Aviation Elective 3
Management 301 3
Management 400
Weather and Climate 101
3
3
Total: 16 13
     
Total Credit Hours: 120