Associate of Applied Science

Fourteen core courses in aviation leading to a commercial pilot certificate in a single-engine land airplane along with traditional college classes can help you land the flying job you desire.

Why Central Texas College?

  • FAA 141-approved flight school
  • Examining authority private pilotCessna152
  • Instrument approaches into Killeen / Robert Grey; including VOR, RNAV, and ILS
  • Local military approach control 
  • Uncongested airspace allows easy access to practice area
  • Cross-country flights to Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas airspace
  • National Intercollegiate Flying Association (NIFA) member
  • University Aviation Association (UAA) member

Texas A&M University - Central Texas, an upper-level university, offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Airway Science with a choice from two different options: professional pilot or aviation management.  While earning your Bachelor's Degree, you can continue to get advanced flight ratings from CTC that will apply towards your upper-level electives.

Programs of Study

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Aviation Science [AAS]
60 credit hours; two years full time
 Central Campus
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