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The flight training portion of the program is offered by the Professional Flight Centre at Boundary Bay Airport. You'll get enough flight experience to obtain your Commercial Pilot License and Multi-engine Instrument Rating in two years.
If moving into a bachelor's degree is more your speed, you can apply all the credits you get from this program to transfer to a Bachelor of Arts program at another institution. So even if you decide flying isn't for you, you'll be halfway to a bachelor's degree.
For information about admission requirements, courses, intake dates and more, visit the Program and Course Catalogue.