Math, Computers, Geology & Physics (MCGP)
Department Chair: Dr. Ian Clough
Office: Snyder S252D
Program Manager: Carol Adams
Office: Snyder S264
We are the Mathematics, Computers, Geography/Geology, & Physics (MCGP) department of the University of Cincinnati's Clermont College. We constitute three program areas and three service areas.
We offer an exciting and diverse range of excellent programs, certificates and courses that include both traditional and distance learning options. Our faculty are located in 3 different locations: Clermont’s Batavia campus, UC East and the Clermont County airport. Our programs are regularly refreshed and are designed to provide important knowledge and develop valuable workforce skills in their respective areas.
MCGP is student centered and we desire to inspire our students to achieve their goals and educational potential. Please see our strategic map below for our Mission, Vision, Values and Culture statements. We welcome your questions and feedback and invite you to become part of our MCGP family.
Latest News From MCGP!
Steven Butler Jr. earned his Instrument Rating on his pilot certificate October 26, 2015. With his Instrument Rating, Steven is now approved by the Federal Aviation Administration to fly aircraft solely by reference to instruments. Steven is enrolled in the Aviation Technology: Professional Pilot Program at the University of Cincinnati - Clermont College. The laboratory portion of the Professional Pilot Program is taught at the Clermont County Airport.
Steven is the son of Steven and Robin Butler of Lynchburg, OH. When Steven completes the two-year program through the University of Cincinnati - Clermont College, he will have earned an Associate of Applied Science degree and a Commercial pilot certificate.
Jay Williams soloed in a single-engine aircraft on September 16, 2015. This was Jay's first flight as a student pilot without his instructor in the aircraft. Jay is enrolled in the Aviation Technology: Professional Pilot Program at the University of Cincinnati - Clermont College. The laboratory portion of the Professional Pilot Program is taught at the Clermont County Airport.
View the video from Jay's first solo flight.
When Jay completes the two-year program through the University of Cincinnati - Clermont College, he will have earned an Associate of Applied Science degree and a Commercial pilot certificate.
For more information about professional pilot training in the Professional Pilot Program at the University of Cincinnati - Clermont visit www.ucclermont.edu or call 513.732.5200.
Congrats to Jonathan Clark and his wife Sarah on the birth of their baby girl Audrey!
The UC Clermont College Aviation Technology Program announced a new internship opportunity with Executive Jet Management (EJM) for fall semester 2015 - continuing a long history of mutual support.
EJM, a NetJets company owned by Berkshire Hathaway, is offering a part time, paid co-op position in its Flight Center at Cincinnati Lunken Airport. The co-op position provides flexible scheduling to work around students’ academic schedule. The duration is approximately six months and will provide quality, first-hand experience in a world-class business aviation organization.
EJM is a private jet charter and aircraft management company. EJM operates one of the largest managed fleets and its aircraft are strategically based across the U.S and include Citations, Falcons, Gulfstreams, Hawkers, Learjets and Challengers. EJM aircraft log more than 63,000 flight hours and over 28 million miles per year, with a safety record and commitment to customer service that continues to set industry standards.
To be eligible for this opportunity, students must be a second year Aviation Technology student in good academic standing at UC Clermont College with a track record of quality work, professionalism and punctuality. Final selections for this opportunity are made by EJM following an interview process that affords the students first-hand experience at resume and cover letter preparation as well as interviewing skills.
For more information about the Aviation Technology Program, click here