Aviation Programs

Aviation Sciences

Housed in the TCC Riverside Community Campus and Aviation Center, TCC’s Aviation Sciences academic programs offer students hands-on experience with a fleet of technically advanced aircraft, a $1.4 million air traffic control simulator, and a simulation lab that includes a full-motion flight training simulator. Aviation programs offered include: Professional Pilot, Air Traffic Control, and Aviation Logistics. The learning facility also offers TCC general education classes, and classes for high school students concurrently enrolled in college classes.

Aviation Programs offered by TCC

Aviation Student

Professional Pilot Degree AAS

TCC’s Professional Pilot program will help your aviation career take flight. Employment opportunities for professional pilots may be found with regional and major airlines, charter operations, cargo operations, agricultural flying flight schools, corporate flight departments, or with a government agency.

Air Traffic Controller Program at TCC

Aviation Sciences Technology - Air Traffic Control, AAS

If you aspire to a career as an Air Traffic Controller, directing aircraft safely into and out of the nation’s airports, the FAA approved Air Traffic-Collegiate Training Initiative program at TCC is a great place to start.

Aircraft in hangar

Aviation Sciences Technology - Aircraft Dispatch, Certificate

The Aircraft Dispatch Certificate program is designed for students who desire to become a licensed FAA Aircraft Dispatcher. The program prepares students with the required FAA knowledge and training in order to test for the FAA Aircraft Dispatch Certificate.