PPT 101 - Private Pilot Ground Instruction. Three credit hours. An entry level study of aviation subjects designed to prepare students for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) administered Private Pilot Written Examination. Covers fundamentals of flight, aircraft operation, navigation, communications, Federal Aviation Regulations, and aviation weather. Laboratory fee required. Prerequisites: students must be at least 17 years of age and have satisfied the university skills requirements.

AFR 114 - Theory of Flight and Aerodynamics for Fixed and Rotary Winged Aircraft and Lab. Two credit hours. Study of powered flight as related to fixed and rotary winged aircraft.

ATC 101 - Aviation Weather. Three credit hours. This course develops basic meteorological concepts which apply to aviation. Emphasis is on the use of national weather service reports and forecasts to evaluate flight conditions.

ATC 105 - Aviation Fundamentals. Three credit hours. Fundamentals of aviation for the beginning student. Includes a study of the airplane and its components, aerodynamics, basic aircraft systems, the airport environment, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations, and the basic elements of air navigation.

PPT 103 - Professional Pilot Ground Instruction I. Three credit hours. An advanced course of aviation subjects designed to prepare students for the FAA administered Commercial Pilot and Instrument Pilot Examinations. Includes an expanded discussion of the topics contained in the Private Pilot Ground course plus the instrument traffic system, IFR flight rules, IFR charts and flight plans. Laboratory fee required. Prerequisites: students must be at least 18 years of age and have completed the Private Pilot Ground Instruction Course or hold an FAA Private Pilot Certificate.

ATC 115 - Fundamentals of Air Traffic Control. Three credit hours. Basic overview of Air Traffic Control responsibilities, communications, record keeping, regulations and handling of air traffic emergencies.

ATC 294 - Co-op/Internship. Three to six credit hours. Practical applications in Air Traffic Control. May be repeated for a maximum of six credit hours.

ATC 121 - Introduction to Aviation Security. Three credit hours. Overview of aviation security. Will assess elements of the Transportation Security Administration and the Department of Homeland Security oversight, and the role local authorities play in aviation security.

ATC 122 - Human Factors in Aviation. Three credit hours. A comprehensive discussion of human factors known about all facets of air travel. Examines human physiology, stress issues related to flying, stress and conflict management techniques, and interaction between people and their work environment.

CAS 210/CTE 210 - Employability Skills and Customer Service. Three credit hours. This course is designed to help students/potential employees recognize and develop positive personal qualities in preparation for successful employment. It also focuses on the communication skills, customer service skills, effective interpersonal skills, productivity, ethical standards, and career development that are in demand by employers.

ATC 200 - Air Traffic Control Seminar. Three credit hours. Selected professional topics designed for students nearing completion on the Air Traffic Control program. Designed as a capstone course. Will include preparation strategies for the AT-SAT exam.

The Air Traffic Control Program at ENMUR may be completed in three semesters if there has been previous college credit awarded, this will be decided on a case by case basis.

Contact Dusty Heritage (Dusty.Manion@roswell.enmu.edu) or Deborah Abingdon (Deborah.Abingdon@roswell.enmu.edu) for more information