Aircraft Dispatch Minor

This minor prepares students to take the written, oral and practical exams leading to the issuance of an aircraft dispatch license. An aircraft dispatcher plans for, coordinates and disseminates information concerning daily flight schedules while establishing and maintaining rapport with flight crews, pilots, passengers, ground handlers, and customers.

Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the program will be able to:

  1. Pass the written, oral and practical exams to earn the aircraft dispatch license.
  2. Demonstrate operational knowledge of domestic air travel, including industry and governmental agencies, airport identifiers, scheduling protocol, flight planning procedures and the application of weather theory to develop the skills of a professional dispatcher.
  3. Exemplify a high standard of ethical and professional behavior.

View Overview (including Admission Requirements) and Program Requirements for the Minor in Aircraft Dispatch