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Flight training requires that the accumulation of aeronautical knowledge be accompanied by the simultaneous acquisition of skills essential to the profession. The curriculum is stressful requiring both emotional stability and physical stamina.

Candidates seeking enrollment into the Pro-Pilot program at Farmingdale State College must meet the safety and technical standards in the following areas: Communication Skills, Sensory Observation Skills, Motor Skills, Intellectual-Conceptual (Thinking) Skills, Behavioral-Social Skills, and Environmental Tolerance Skills. In addition students must be able to obtain and maintain a FAA Medical Certificate as specified in the Medical Standards in the Code of Federal Regulations Title14 Part 67, and provide acceptable United States Citizenship Documentation or acceptance by the Transportation Security Administration Flight School Security Program for legal Aliens in the Code of Federal Regulations Title14 Part 1552.

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COMMUNICATION SKILLS:

MOTOR SKILLS:


INTELLECTUAL-CONCEPTUAL (THINKING) SKILLS:


BEHAVIORAL-SOCIAL SKILLS:


ENVIRONMENTAL TOLERANCE SKILLS:


FAA MEDICAL CERTIFICATE STANDARDS:


ALIEN FLIGHT STUDENT PROGRAM (AFSP):


DISABILITY ACCOMODATIONS:


GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS:


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