Aerospace/Aviation and Related Technologies

Salt Lake Community College has offered the Professional Pilot program since 1992 and prepares students for a successful and exciting career in the aerospace and aviation industry. The program includes classroom academics, simulator training, and in-flight instruction. All academic and flight training is certified under the Federal Aviation Administration PAR's Part 141 standards. Graduates of SLCC’s Aerospace/Aviation Pilot program are well prepared for successful and exciting careers in the aerospace industry. SLCC also caters to future pilots who may not be seeking a degree.

There are a few degrees available within Aerospace/Aviation-Pilot Technology. These degrees include an Associate of Science in Aerospace/Aviation Technology with four different tracks (Fixed-Wing, Rotor-Wing, Aviation Administration, or Dispatch Track), Associate of Applied Science degrees (Fixed-Wing and Rotor-Wing) and Certificates of Completion (Fixed-Wing and Rotor-Wing).