Cypress College ATC students have many transfer options, including the B.S. Aviation Administration Program at California State University, Los Angeles: http://www.calstatela.edu/ecst/tech/bs-aviation-administration
If you are interested in transferring and earning a 4-year degree, please visit the Counseling Center or make an appointment with our CTE Counselor Jane Jepson at email@example.com.
Students are also encouraged to visit the Cypress College Transfer Center website at http://www.cypresscollege.edu/services/transfer
What are my options? How long will it take?
- Aviation Certificate I – Private Pilot = 17 – 18 units (1-2 semesters)
- Aviation Certificate II – Instrument Pilot = 24-26 units (2 semesters)
- Aviation Certificate III – Commercial Pilot = 31-34 units (2-3 semesters)
- Aviation Certificate IV – Advanced Pilot = 35 units (2-3 semesters)
- Associate in Science Degree – Commercial Pilot = (2 years)
How much will it cost? How much financial aid can I get?
Cost of Attendance ($46 per unit for CA residents + books, fees)
What is the job and salary outlook?
- CareerOneStop (US Dept. of Labor)
Where do students work?
At all major airlines, including Express Jet, Delta, Sunrise Aviation, Flight Safety, South Bay Aviation, United, Gulfstream and more!
Quick links to get you started:
- Apply to Cypress College
- Apply for Financial Aid
- Enroll: Start with basic certificate classes*
- International Students
- Student Services
- Work Study (jobs on campus)
* If you will be taking general education classes toward a degree, you’ll want to take the placement tests, but these tests are not necessary to start this program.
Note: Students may receive course credit for FAA certifications or military experience toward their degree. Please see the Credit by Examination section of the Cypress College Catalog and meet with the Department Coordinator.