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AERF 4603   Flight Instructor Theory
A study in the fundamentals of instructing, flight maneuvers, advanced instrument flight, and Federal Aviation Regulations pertaining to flight instructor. A person successfully completing the course may take written examinations required for the flight instructor - airplane and equipment, and for the ground instructor - basic, advanced, and instrument. Class 3. Prerequisite or Corequisite: AERF 3512 or AERF 3522.
 
AERF 4621   Flight Instructor Single Engine Flight (CFI SEL add-on to CFII)
Provides the flight and ground training necessary to add the Single Engine Airplane to the Single Engine Instrument Flight Instructor Certificate (CFII). Includes approximately 20 hours of single engine airplane (Skyhawk-16 OR Citabria-16, and Arrow-4). Lab 3. Prerequisite or Corequisite: Instrument Flight Instructor Certificate for Single-Engine airplanes (CFII).
 
AERF 4622   Flight Instructor Initial Instrument Flight (Single Engine CFII)
Provides flight and ground training required for the initial Single-Engine Flight Instructor Certificate which will be the Instrument Flight Instructor Certificate. Additional Flight Instructor Ratings that can be added to this certificate are the Airplane Single-engine Land (AERF 4621) and the Airplane Multi-engine Land Flight Instructor Certificates (AERF 4631). Includes approximately 18 hours of flight time (Skyhawk-15, Citabria-3) and 8 hours of simulator time. Lab 4. Prerequisites: AERF 4603, a Commercial Single-engine Certificate with Instrument Rating, and the recommendation of senior flight department staff..
 
AERO 2112   Aerodynamics For Pilots
An in-depth study of low and high speed aerodynamics related to piloting aircraft. Class 2. Prerequisite: AERF 1113.
 
AERO 2203   Meteorology for Pilots
A study of meteorology as it relates to pilots. Covers low and high altitude weather, weather forecasting, and in-flight weather observations and decision making. Class 3. Prerequisite: AERF 1113.
 
      Aeronautical Science Elective
Any AERF, AERO,AVTC, or AATC course for which the student has the prerequisites. 7 total hours needed.
 
Total Hours: 18
Notes: An additional 7 hours from any AERF, AERO, AVTC, or AATC course for which they have the prerequisites for a total of 18 hours. Students with a multi-engine certificate may take AERF 4631 to add the multi-engine instructor certificate to the CFI, CFII.