E M A 110: Introduction to Private Pilot
- Catalog Description:
The first course of a two-course series to earn a private pilots license. This first course will teach students all of the ground- school subjects necessary to become a private pilot. Lecture topics include aircraft structure, mechanical systems, flight instruments and avionics, aerodynamics, aircraft performance, aviation meteorology, airport operations, navigation, aeromedical factors, rules and regulations. In-class discussion will center around PC-based simulation scenarios that feature classroom demonstrations of the theory taught online. Students will be charged flight fees for this course. Flight fees may vary, dependent on skill of student and instructor fees. See the class notes for information about fees.
- Credits: 4
- Prerequisites: None
- Official Course Description (pdf)
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