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Santiago, Chile

About the Course

This program was developed with three learning objective in mind; 1. Because our Professional Pilot and Aviation Administration students have a big concern about job placement in a highly competitive sector in the US, elite airlines like Lan-Chile and others, are constantly seeking to recruit US pilots and are offering US based work, like New York, Florida, and California. Today, US Commercial Pilots are in high demand in many countries, and since the international language in aviation is English it makes it more attractive for many US Pilots. 2. One of the classes being taught in Santiago is Specialty Flying, where the students will learn different sectors of the aviation industry outside the Airlines. It is very hard, if not impossible, to have a field trip to the US Airforce Base, with this tour and military demonstration the students will learn all the additional possibilities in work placing after graduation. 3. Many students never traveled outside the US, this program will also be a cultural learning experience.

Academics

  • 3 or 6 credits
  • Students will be registered for:
    • AVN 443 Specialty Flying and/or
      • taught by Dr. Ramon Gonzalez
    • SPA 141 Spanish I or
    • SPA 142 Spanish II
      instructed by INACAP professor
  • Students must be a matriculated student at Farmingdale State College.

Housing

  • Students stay in local hotel accommodations in shared rooms.
    • Single rooms available at an additional cost.
  • Faculty will be staying at the same location as the students.

Program requirements

  • GPA Requirement: 2.75
  • Student must be in good disciplinary standing
  • Program offered to sophomores, juniors and seniors

Application requirements

  • Complete the Preliminary Study Abroad Application
    • After this application is submitted a study abroad advisor will be in touch to go over the next steps in the application process. 
  • All FSC students studying abroad are required to meet with a study abroad advisor in the Office of International Education and Programs prior to completing their program specific application.
    • OIEP is located on the 3rd floor of Laffin Hall, room 320

Important Dates

Semester

FSC Professor

Application Deadline

Program Start Date

Program End Date

Intersession 2018

Professor Ramon-Osvaldo Gonzalez

September 28th

January 3rd

January 28th

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Additional Information

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