View Bachelor's Programs in Pilot Training in Georgia
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Bachelor in Pilot Training in Georgia
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Faculty of Engineering prepares specialists of Bachelor, Master and Doctor degrees with major in: Technical Exploitation of Aircraft Avionics and Electrical Systems (Engineer).
Faculty of air transport flight exploitation prepares aviation specialists of bachelor degree major in flight exploitation of aircraft (commercial pilot). Vocational educational programs in private and commercial pilot training are also available.