Aviation Degrees Information Session Postponed
May 31, 2012
Please contact Jim Taggart at 609-839-0451 for details.
Atlantic Cape Community College will host an information session about its four aviation programs at 6 p.m., Thursday, June 21, in the Walter Edge Theater at the Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.
Anyone interested in learning more about exciting careers in aviation, aerospace engineering and air traffic control should attend the session, which will give an overview on admission to Atlantic Cape’s programs and what the programs cover.
- Aviation Studies (Associate in Science): Prepares students to pursue further education in a variety of fields, such as airport management, aviation business administration, air traffic control and air transportation management.
- Aviation Studies – Option in Professional Pilot (Associate in Science): Leads to Federal Aviation Administration certification as a commercial pilot. Atlantic Cape will offer Private, Instrument and Commercial pilot courses through a partnership with Big Sky Aviation.
- Pre-Aerospace Engineering (Associate in Science): Students can begin their education in aerospace engineering and transfer to a four-year program on completion.
- Air Traffic Control Terminal (Associate in Applied Science): Through the use of simulation, learn the rules, regulations and procedures relating to a career in air traffic control.
To register for the information session, visit www.atlantic.edu/aviation. For more information, call Jim Taggart at (609) 343-4950.