This specialization prepares graduates for commercial aviation employment opportunities. Students must earn a minimum grade of B- in CWU’s FAA approved ground school courses to receive an FAA course graduation certificate as required by FAR141.
To be eligible for the FAA Restricted ATP certificate, students must complete the instrument/commercial pilot course with CWU in-house flight training and in the manner approved by the FAA under FAR Part 141 and the R-ATP LOA.
Professional Pilot Core Requirements
The Professional Pilot major prepares graduates for entry level careers and leadership roles in the aviation community. Students select one of two technical specializations leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Professional Pilot. The Aviation curriculum is designed to provide a solid foundation in the liberal arts as well as a thorough education and training in a technical discipline.