Professional Piloting


Graduates from this program have received a commercial pilot's certification with a multi-engine and instrument rating, and may look forward to careers as airline pilots, industrial pilots, instructional and agricultural pilots as well as preparation to go into the military as a pilot. Although graduates have the education training they need, many hours of flying need to be accrued in order to be marketable. Some possible ways of logging flight hours may be to work as a corporation or cargo pilot, to join the military, or to work for a commuter airline. A large number of students continue on to get their instructor's rating. As an instructor, the students can earn an income and increase their flight hours.