Aviation Assessment

Department Goals

  1. The highest quality and dynamic aviation curriculum.
  2. Facilities conducive to quality learning.
  3. A supportive environment for students, faculty and staff that models respect for difference.
  4. Faculty involvement in the aviation community.
  5. Student involvement in the aviation student organizations and the aviation community.
  6. Industry involvement in the development and advancement of professional students.
  7. Preparation for successful lifelong learning.

Student Learning Outcomes

April 2006

BS Aviation Professional Flight graduates will :

  • Apply current knowledge and adapt to emerging aviation trends.
  • Conduct themselves professionally and ethically.
  • Understand the attributes and behavior of an aviation professional, career planning, and certification.
  • Analyze the role and regulations regarding aviation safety and human factors.
  • Describe meteorology and environmental issues as they relate to aviation.
  • Independently fly and safely operate airplanes for which they are rated on.
  • Maintain safe operating conditions for all geographical areas and flying conditions.
  • Demonstrate an understanding and the appropriate application of aeronautical principles, design, characteristics, operational limitations, aerodynamic principles and properties for a variety of aircraft as it relates to the student's career goals.
  • Communicate effectively in written and oral exchanges.
  • Demonstrate appropriate and effective decision making skills.
  • Demonstrate effective computer related skills.

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