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Prepare for a career in Sea and Air Transportation!

Aviation and marine modes of transportation interface with, and complement, the rail and truck/road modes of commerce. Both sectors move freight and passengers commercially. These important sectors employ stewards, cooks, operators, and mechanics.

We offer exciting aviation credit courses that can lead to Associates Degrees or Credit Certificates in a variety of aviation programs. We are also planning to roll out marine-based, non-credit programs in the near future so check back for more details on our marine programs!

Aviation and Marine Courses

TWIC Application Preparation

The Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC) enables access to secure transportation facilities (e.g., port facilities). Our half-day course helps you to understand the application process and the necessary documentation.

Aviation Programs - AAS Degree Tracks

  • Air Traffic Control
  • Aircraft Dispatcher
  • Flight Operations Management
  • Professional Pilot – Airplane
  • Professional Pilot - Helicopter
  • Professional Pilot – Unmanned Aircraft Systems

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Aviation Programs - Credit Certificates

Air Traffic Control Certificate (18 credits)
Learn the fundamentals of Air Traffic Control operations and procedures.

Flight Attendant Certificate (12 credits)
Learn the skills required for employment as a flight attendant for a regional airline, major airline, or corporate flight department.

Flight Training Certificate (20 credits)
Obtain certification for the FAA private, instrument, and commercial pilot (airplane) licenses.

Aviation Management Certificate (18 credits)
Learn the fundamentals of air transportation, airline and airport management.

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Marine Courses

Under development in the following areas (check back soon):
  • Terminal Tractor Operator
  • Roll-on/Roll-off Tractor Operator