Professional Pilot – Instrument Pilot Certificate Degree Course Requirements, 2022
|Course Hours Per Week||
|FIRST SEMESTER (Spring)|
|AER-112||Aviation Laws and FARs||2||0||2|
|AER-160||Instrument Flight Theory||2||2||3|
|SECOND SEMESTER (Fall)|
|Total Required Minimum Semester Hours Credit||15|
*The Instrument Pilot Certificate program will provide the student with the opportunity to qualify for a FAA Instrument Pilot Rating. The student must complete their Private Pilot Certificate and receive credit for AER-151 prior to entering the instrument flight training portion of the certificate program. SCC does not offer the flight training for the Private Pilot certificate. Students must go to a FAA approved flight training school and qualify under FAR Part 61 or Part 141 to receive their FAA Private Pilot Certificate.
^The flight portion of AER-161 is not offered on campus, however, there is an Advanced Aviation Training Device that the student can train in AER-115 and credit up to 20 instrument flight hours toward their instrument rating. The flight portion of the Instrument Rating must be taken at a Part 61 or Part 141 flight school and the student must receive their FAA Instrument Rating through the flight training and FAA testing and evaluation process.