Concentration: FLIGHT DISPATCH AND SCHEDULING The Flight Dispatch and Scheduling concentration offers instruction designed to meet
the aviation industry's needs by preparing professional, corporate, and airline flight
dispatchers and schedulers. Selected general studies and minor courses are interwoven
with required aerospace courses to provide students with a foundation for careers
in this area. This concentration requires the completion of:
40 semester hours in aerospace courses listed below;
A minor of 18 semester hours to be selected from one of the following: Geography/Geology,
Computer Science, Information Systems or other science or business-related field;
The mission of the Aircraft Dispatch concentration is to prepare students for the
aircraft dispatch profession. In addition to obtaining the FAA certification, students
receive a broad-based education in the areas of knowledge necessary to perform dispatcher
functions to ensure their ability to operate at the highest level of safety.
MTSU Aerospace had been accredited since 1992. The Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI) has accredited all five of the Aerospace concentrations! For more information, click here.
Air Traffic Control
Click here for more information on MTSU's AT-CTI program.
Click herefor Flight Scheduling at the Murfreesboro Airport.
To apply for a flight lab, follow the steps below.
Step 2: Print and read the “Lab Request Form” for the semester you wish to enroll in a flight lab. Sign and submit it to the flight school secretary within the application period specified. Neither early nor late submissions will be accepted or considered.
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