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Saint Louis University Madrid

Ciencias de la Aviación

Saint Louis University Madrid
En Madrid ()

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Tipología Título propio
Duración 4 Años
  • Título propio
  • Duración:
    4 Años
Descripción

The Global Aviation Option in Aeronautics with a Concentration in Flight Science - Professional Pilot is based in Madrid, Spain and St. Louis, Missouri in the United States. The first of its kind, this program is structured to educate and train pilots to be qualified for minimal transition between any certification standards in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. This new initiative combines the best of U.S. and European training and a U.S. bachelor's degree — in effect, providing the experience that allows for global certification.
SLU students earn more than 200 hours of flight training, including more than 100 hours of solo flight time. Students also gain the flight and ground experience necessary to conduct the transition to the European ATPL theory and CPL-IR licenses, enabling graduates to qualify for worldwide certification with minimal transitional training. Students complete the FAA Instrument and Commercial, Single and Multi-Engine ratings in tandem with Air Transport Pilots License (ATPL) theory courses at the level required by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Small class sizes, personal attention to students by the faculty and staff. Hands-on experience to complement lectures throughout the curriculum. Excellent flight training facilities in St. Louis, Missouri. Students will receive a quality education in aviation science, as well as the added value of international exposure.

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· Titulación

Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics with a concentration in Flight Science - Professional Pilot

· ¿Qué distingue a este curso de los demás?

All courses in Madrid are completely integrated with those offered in St. Louis. The program includes the first year in Madrid followed by three years of undergraduate education and flight training in St. Louis, Missouri at the SLU Midtown campus. The program enables students to earn a bachelor's degree while training to become professional pilots. SLU's Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology and the SLU-Madrid Campus in Spain are the first to offer an international aviation program of this kind. Our graduates are prepared for flight careers across the globe.

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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Aeronáutica
Aviación
Piloto
Piloto comercial
Equipo
Factores Humanos
Vuelo
Tripulación
Ciencias de la aviación
Psicología del piloto

Temario

  1. PARKS COLLEGE CORE REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE COURSES IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
Professional orientation
Jesuit tradition
Knowledge
Communication skills
Cultural diversity

  1. AVIATION SCIENCE CORE REQ
Safety mgmt systems
Aur carrier operations
Human factors
Prof ethics y stds
Team resource mgmt
Aviation law

  1. FLIGHT SCIENCE CORE
Aviation coursework
Pilot coursework


FLIGHT SCIENCE EMPHASIS AREA

Información adicional

SLU's Global Aviation Option in Aeronautics with a Concentration in Flight Science degree - Professional Pilot blends flight training with rigorous academic study in preparation for a leadership career in the aviation industry, including airlines, corporate and commercial aviation. This approach to aviation education gives the student added value compared to traditional flight-training programs by focusing on the skills and knowledge required in today's industry. The curriculum includes mathematics, physics, communications, business and aeronautics, as well as FAA certification as a multi-engine instrument-rated commercial pilot.