|Field of Study:||Aeronautics/Aviation/Aerospace Science and Technology, General
|Description:||This interdisciplinary major covers basic geography and environmental science, mathematics and computer science, and physics, and upper level courses from these disciplines plus credit for aviation courses studied at Moncton Flight College.
As an aviation student, you will complete more than 200 hours of flying, receive hundreds of hours of ground training, and graduate with a commercial pilot license, a multi-engine class rating, and a Group 1 instrument rating. You may also qualify to write the Airline Transport Pilot License exam.
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