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AERO 3510 - Instrument Operations in the National Airspace Systems
Prerequisite: AERO 2230 with minimum grade of C (2.0). (Not open to Professional Pilot majors or students who have completed AERO 3210.) Introduces non-Professional Pilot students to flight in the instrument flight rules (IFR) environment. Topics include flight instrument systems, instrument navigation concepts, IFR communications, instrument charts and procedures (departure, enroute, arrival, and approach), and aviation weather in the IFR environment. A flight demonstration experience at the university Flight School is required at student expense. Fee required.
3.000 Credit hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Aerospace Department

Course Attributes:
College of Basic & Applied, Flight Experience Fee, Credit from 4-Year College, Upper-Division Work

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