Aircraft Dispatch Program

12 Credits
  • Enables students to sit for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Aircraft Dispatcher certificate exam
  • Program can be continued with specific associate and bachelor’s degrees at Vaughn
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The Role of an Aircraft Dispatcher

Aircraft dispatchers share the ultimate responsibility of a flight’s commencement and completion with the pilot. Our aircraft dispatch program is designed to prepare students to take on these kinds of roles and responsibilities.

Vaughn College’s aircraft dispatch program exposes students to the industry’s most current technology and developments, enabling them to sit for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Aircraft Dispatcher certificate exam upon completing the program.

 

99% of Vaughn grads are employed or continue their education within one year.*
of Vaughn grads are employed or continue their education within one year.*
89% of Vaughn grads are employed in their field or continue their education within one year.*
of Vaughn grads are employed in their field or continue their education within one year.*

WHAT YOU'LL STUDY

Are you passionate about becoming an aircraft dispatcher? Vaughn’s aircraft dispatch program was designed to help everyone―from new students pursuing the area for the first time to industry professionals―with the ability to be successful in this field. The 12-credit program has flexible hours and courses which are fit for the diverse schedules of our students.

Vaughn’s aircraft dispatch program can also be applied toward a bachelor’s degree in aircraft operations, airport management and general management. We see many students either continue on to a bachelor’s degree immediately after finishing the program or shortly afterwards to expand their knowledge and future career opportunities.

 

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*Outcomes include data within one year of graduation for graduates who reported via survey. There were a total of 304 graduates in 2019. 168 reported an outcome for a 55% response rate. The 2019 graduate class includes September 2018, December 2018 and May 2019 graduates.