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Aviation Studies, B.S. (AAST)
Sequence Sheet for 2013-2014
About Aeronautical Science - About the Department of Applied Aviation Sciences - Major Program
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First Semester - Fall 201315 hours
AERO3823Aviation Management (L) (Fall only)
BIBL1043Biblical Foundations For Living (L)
ENGL1013English Composition I
KINE1512Concepts Of Lifetime Fitness
LETU1101Cornerstones Of Life And Learning (L)
MATH1203College Algebra With Applications
Second Semester - Spring 201418 hours
AERO2423Aviation Human Factors (Spring only)
AERO4163Aviation Law
BIBL1033Biblical Literature
ENGL1023English Composition II
  Lab Science Elective (4 hours) (1)
Third Semester - Fall 201418 hours
AERO4153Aviation Safety Factors
AERO Aeronautical Science Elective (3 hours)
BIBL Jr.-Sr. Level Elective (3 hours)
BUSI3403Business Ethics (Fall only)
COMM1113Introduction To Speech Communication
ENGL Literature Elective (3 hours)
Fourth Semester - Spring 201517 hours
AERO4823Aviation Management Capstone
BIBL Jr.-Sr. Level Elective (3 hours)
BUSI3723Financial Analysis for Managers (GAPS Online Course)
HIST History Elective (3 hours)
KINE Physical Activities (1 hour)
PHYS1111General Physics I Laboratory (Spring only)
PHYS1113General Physics I (Spring only)
Fifth Semester - Fall 201515 hours
AERO Aeronautical Science Elective (3 hours) (2)
  General Elective (12 hours) (3)
Sixth Semester - Spring 201615 hours
AERO Aeronautical Science Elective (3 hours) (2)
  General Elective (12 hours) (3)
Seventh Semester - Fall 201613 hours
AERO Aeronautical Science Elective (3 hours) (2)
  General Elective (10 hours) (4)
Eighth Semester - Spring 201715 hours
AERO Aeronautical Science Elective (6 hours) (2)
  General Elective (9 hours) (5)
Total Hours: 126
1: BIOL 1014 (Life Science), GEOL 1114 (General Geology 1), and PHYS 1014 (Physical Science) are not allowed for this lab science elective.
2: The course work to meet this requirement should come from a focused area in the aeronautical sciences and the majority of the work should be completed before the courses listed in the sequence are started.
3: 12 hours required.
4: 10 hours required.
5: 9 hours required.