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Seventh Edition

University Aviation Association

Collegiate Aviation Guide

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Collegiate Aviation Guide Seventh Edition Reference of Collegiate Aviation Programs

Editorial Team Editor Dawn Vinson Publications Design and Layout Geoff Ware Institution Data Management Laura Swanson University Aviation Association - Board of Trustees Dr. David Ison, Dr. Samuel Pavel, Dr. Michael Robertson, Dr. Mary Johnson, Dr. C. Daniel Prather, Stacey Bechdolt, Dr. Todd Hubbard, Chaminda Prelis, Greg Robbins, Martin Rottier, Dr. Jose Ruiz, Tyler Tenbrink, Dr. Ryan Wallace, Dr. Douglas Williams

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Contents

University Aviation Association

Abbreviations

Contents

Certifications/Ratings A&P............... Airframe and Powerplant ATP................ Air Transport Pilot ATP-R.......... Air Transport Pilot – Restricted CFI................. Certified Flight Instructor (Airplane) CFII................ Certified Flight Instructor (Instrument) Com.............. Commercial Instrument IR, Inst......... Instrument Rating ME.................. Multi-engine MEComm..Multi-engine Commercial PPL, Priv.... Private Pilot

About the University Aviation Association.................. 1 General Information.....................................................................2 UAA Member Institutional Listings (by State) Alabama...........................................................................................4 Alaska.................................................................................................5 Arizona......................................................................................... 6-8 Arkansas...........................................................................................8 California................................................................................10-16 Colorado....................................................................................... 18 Delaware....................................................................................... 19 District of Columbia..............................................................20 Florida......................................................................................21-28 Georgia...........................................................................................28 Illinois...................................................................................... 29-32 Indiana..................................................................................... 32,34 Iowa...........................................................................................35,36 Kansas............................................................................................ 37 Kentucky.......................................................................................38 Louisiana.......................................................................................39 Maryland................................................................................ 40,41 Massachusetts.........................................................................42 Michigan.................................................................................42,44 Minnesota....................................................................................45 Mississippi....................................................................................46 Missouri.................................................................................. 47,48 Montana................................................................................ 49,50 Nebraska...............................................................................52,54 Nevada...........................................................................................55 New Hampshire.......................................................................55 New Jersey..........................................................................55,56 New Mexico................................................................................57 New York.......................................................................................58 North Carolina.......................................................................... 60 North Dakota............................................................................ 60 Ohio..........................................................................................61-65 Oklahoma............................................................................66-69 Pennsylvania........................................................................70,71 Puerto Rico..................................................................................72 South Dakota.............................................................................73 Tennessee................................................................................... 74 Texas........................................................................................76-79 Utah..........................................................................................79-82 Vermont.........................................................................................82 Virginia.................................................................................... 83,84 Washington........................................................................ 85,86 Wisconsin..............................................................................87,88 UAA Institutional Listings (outside continental U.S.) Canada..................................................................................88-90 Germany...................................................................................... 90 Pakistan......................................................................................... 91 Switzerland................................................................................. 91 Spain................................................................................................92 Non-UAA Institutional Listings...............................94-100 Colleges by Location..................................................102-107

Aviation Membership Associations AAAE............ American Association of Airport Executives ALPA............ Air Line Pilots Association, International ATEC............ Aviation Technical Education Council AWAM......... Association for Women in Aviation EAA............... Experimental Aircraft Association HAI................. Helicopter Association International IATA............... International Air Transport Association LPA................ Latino Pilots Association NBAA........... National Business Aviation Association NGPA........... National Gay Pilots Association NIFA.............. National Intercollegiate Flying Association OBAP........... Organization for Black Airline Pilots RAA............... Regional Airline Association UAA............... University Aviation Association WAI............... Women in Aviation, International Accreditation and Certification Bodies Accrediting Commission for Schools Western Association of Schools and Colleges Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Applied and Natural Science Accreditation Commission Aviation Accreditation Board International Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Federal Aviation Administration (Part-141 and Part-147) Higher Learning Commission Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Northeast Association of Colleges and Schools Northeast Commission on Colleges and Universities Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities Southern Association of Colleges and Schools U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

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UAA Institutional Members

Introduction

Introduction The University Aviation Association (UAA) is a nonprofit organization that represents colleges and universities that offer academic degree programs in aviation at both the undergraduate and graduate level. We are pleased to offer this 2018 edition of the Collegiate Aviation Guide. The Guide is a directory of departments in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Canada, and abroad that offer academic degrees and/or majors in aviation. The institutions listed in this Guide are accredited by a regional or national accrediting organization as a degree granting institution and/or are listed in the 2016 edition of the Higher Education Directory. The intent of this Guide is to serve as a useful reference to prospective undergraduate and graduate students, as well as educators, and industry and government personnel. For high school students and parents in search of a college or university, we suggest using the Guide as an initial screening device to identify those institutions and locales that are appropriate for the student’s educational goals and individual needs. Students should then contact the institutions directly for detailed, current information. As part of the process of finding the perfect program, study the information available from several institutions, then follow-up with a personal visit to the institutions. The final decision should be based on consideration of all factors that relate to the individual student. In order to ensure accuracy of the data, extensive cross checking was performed with the surveys, earlier UAA publications and online sources. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of all listings. Representatives of institutions that find an error in the listing are requested to send a corrected version of their listing to uaamail@uaa.aero. New programs and institutions that qualify for a listing based on the criteria stated above may forward a request in writing requesting inclusion in the next edition of the Guide. This Guide is one of the many publications and services offered by the University Aviation Association. For more information, visit the UAA website at www.uaa.aero.

Index Of Advertisers Auburn University......................................................3

Piedmont .................................................Back Cover

Aims Community College..................................17

Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics...............71

Air Line Pilots Association...................................51

Precison Flight Controls..................................... 67

Alsim................................................................................ 75

PSA Airlines................................................................. 93

Baylor University...................................................... 75

Purdue University................................................... 33

California Aeronautical University............... i,11

Republic Airline.........................................................41

Contrail Bags.............................................................. 93

Simulate........................................................................ 16

CTI Professional Flight Training..................... 25

Sinclair Community College............................63

Endeavor Air..............................Inside Cover, 108

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale...31

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University........21

United Airlines........................................................... 92

Florida Institute of Technology...................... 23

University of North Dakota................................ 59

Frasca International, Inc.........................................9

University of Oklahoma.......................................69

MESA Airlines........................................................... 101

Talon................................................................................ 53

NBAA............................................................................... 35

Western Michgan University............................ 43

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the Voice of Collegiate Aviation

University Aviation Association

University Aviation Association is located in Memphis, TN. UAA is comprised of 525 members from more than 115 colleges and universities in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Europe, and Asia. The organization and its members are poised to meet the ever-changing needs of the aviation industry and address the challenges of the 21st century. Through the collective expertise of our members, UAA plays a pivotal role in the advancement of degree granting aviation programs that represent all segments of aviation. A professional association & unifying voice for promoting and furthering aviation education as a collegiate academic discipline. What does UAA offer? • Educational conferences • Quarterly newsletter • Professional journal • 25 one-of-a-kind publications • Institutional program reviews • Research opportunities • Scholarships and internships • Convention and trade show representation • Professional networking opportunities Who should join? • Institutions offering academic degrees in aviation at accredited institutions of higher learning • Individuals involved in the collegiate academic community, such as faculty, administrators, or staff, and others interested in promoting collegiate aviation education • Corporations interested in and concerned about promoting collegiate aviation education • Students enrolled in collegiate aviation programs or interested in pursuing an aviation career Our Mission To promote and foster excellence in collegiate aviation education by providing a forum for students, faculty, staff and practitioners to share ideas, to enhance the quality of education, and to develop stronger programs and curricula. To influence aviation education policy at all governmental levels. To provide and nurture the linkage between college aviation education, the aviation industry, and government agencies. Our Objectives • To be an open forum for all collegiate aviation education • To create and influence national policies related to aviation education • To assist students, faculty, and institutions in defining and achieving their aviation education aspirations • To encourage individuals to choose aviation-related careers • To assist in the professional development of individual members • To promote awareness of collegiate aviation through interaction with the aviation industry & government • To assist institutions in meeting the needs of the aviation industry and government • To be a media resource for accurate aviation education information

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UAA Institutional Members

General Information

The 2018 edition of the Collegiate Aviation Guide is a comprehensive listing of 223 postsecondary institutions that offer non-engineering aviation programs in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, and abroad. The listings are alphabetical by state. The following general information is provided as a supplement to the details provided herein. Credit for FAA Certificates Some colleges and universities will grant credit for pilot, mechanic and other Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) airman certificates toward aviation degree requirements. Many institutions will award credit for a private pilot certificate. Some institutions will award credit for advanced ratings and certificates. Institutions have varying credit award policies, credit amounts and rules about how and where credit can apply. Credit will usually be awarded once the student is in attendance and he or she passes any required competency examinations. Credit for Formal Military Coursework For people who began their careers in the military, an academic degree program may be the next step toward pursuing a civilian aviation career. Most formal, technical coursework offered by the military has been evaluated by the American Council on Education for academic credit. Some institutions accept this credit upon satisfactory documentation such as military transcripts, certificates of training and the DD 214. The military credit accepted varies with each individual institution. Credit for Work Experience Some institutions may accept credit for aviation-related work experience—military or civilian. Documentation of the experience from the student’s employer is key to obtaining credit. Typically, the greater an individual’s career progression and the closer it is related to the degree being pursued, the larger the credit awarded. Transferring Credit Students who have earned an associate degree, or finished some academic coursework toward a degree, may want to pursue a bachelor’s degree. If not returning to their original institution, some coursework may not transfer to the new institution. The transfer credits accepted varies by institution. The key to getting as much credit as possible for previous coursework is to provide as much documentation of the coursework as possible. A transcript that documents coursework will need to be provided to the new institution for evaluation. If enrolling in a program with a desire to transfer at a later date, it is recommended that you verify which courses will transfer. Be aware that there may be a minimum number of credit hours required in order to receive a degree from the institution. Financial Aid Approximately two-thirds of all aviation students receive some form of financial aid. Some sources of financial aid include: Federal and State grants and loan programs; Collegiate institution-supported grant, foundation, tuition-waiver, scholarship and student-work programs; departmental scholarships; and Alumni Association scholarships for children of alumni from specific institutions or for specific majors. To obtain information on these and other sources of financial aid, students should contact the financial aid office at the institution they are planning to attend. Complete the financial aid application and any related institutional applications. This should result in a financial aid package with the forms of financial aid available for which the student is eligible. Some institutions have incentive scholarships for highly qualified applicants. Applicants should also contact the department within the university to which they are enrolling to determine if there are any scholarships, flight instructor positions (if qualified), or paid internships available through the department/school. Collegiate Aviation Scholarships There are a multitude of collegiate aviation scholarships available in addition to the ones stated above. The UAA’s annually updated Collegiate Aviation Scholarship Listing provides information about more than $1,430,000 in scholarships. www.uaa.aero


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Alabama

UAA Institutional Members

Auburn University 2150 Mike Hubbard Blvd Opelika, AL 36801 Telephone: (334) 844.4606 Website: www.uc.auburn.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Dr. Bill Hutto 2150 Mike Hubbard Blvd Opelika, AL 36801 Telephone: (334) 844.4606 Email Address: huttowt@auburn.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 23,772; Graduate: 4,518 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 237; Graduate: N/A Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT Calendar System: Semester or Quarter: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $10,968 Non-resident: $29,640 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1941 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: University College Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI) Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Course credit for pilot certification/ratings held at time of enrollment. Advanced pilot or flight instructor certification/ rating MUST be accomplished at Auburn. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), 1000-hour R-ATP

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Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141, part 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $14,331; Commercial $35,213; Instrument: $13,974; CFI-Airplane: $10,703; CFI- Instrument: $ 6,359; Multi-engine: $12,342; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $ n/a; Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum n/a; Average 350; Maximum n/a Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Co-op education and internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: www.auburn.edu/ administration/business-finance/finaid Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: AABI; NBAA, UAA, WAI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Management

BS

123

106

Professional Flight

BS

123

131

Programs

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Alaska

University of Alaska - Anchorage 2811 Merrill Field Drive Anchorage, AK 99501 Telephone: (907) 786-7208 Website: www.uaa.alaska.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Holly Johanknecht, Academic Advisor 2 811 Merrill Field Drive, Anchorage, AK 99501 Telephone: (907) 786-7200 Email Address: Holly@uaa.alaska.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate FT-6,200; PT-9,500 Graduate 525 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 405; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,000 (30 credits); Non-resident: $20,000 (30 credits) Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1975 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Community & Technical Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: None Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission; Credit only for Private Pilot Certificate at time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), A&P Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 without Examining Authority

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Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $11,000 incl FAA test and Examiner Fee; Commercial and Instrument: $15,000 Instrument, $18,000 Commercial; CFI-Airplane: $8,000; CFI- Instrument: $6,000; Multi-engine: $9,000; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $53,000 through Commercial Instrument & Multieng; Non-flight-Airframe and Power plant: $1,500; Other: ATC Lab fee totals $2,500 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 165; Average 200; Maximum 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: see website; Total Annual Value: est $100,000; Website: http://www.uaa.alaska. edu/scholarships/ Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ATCA, ATEC, UAA Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Air Traffic Control

AAS

62

55

Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Management

AAS Airframe & Power plant Mechanic - 103 AAS

Aviation Management/ AAS & Airway Science BS Management

Certified Airframe or Power plant Mechanic 60/88

AAS - 60 BS - 120

55

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Arizona

UAA Institutional Members

Arizona State University 7442 E. Innovation Way North Mesa, AZ 85212 Telephone: (480) 727-1595 Website: www.poly.engineering.asu.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Mary Niemczyk, PhD 7442 E. Innovation Way North, Mesa, AZ 85212 Telephone: (480) 727-1595 Email Address: mary.niemczyk@asu.edu Institutional Information IInstitution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Assn of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Masters Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 67,000; Graduate 16,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 400; Graduate 25 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT Comments: English: ACT 21, SAT530 Critical Reading; Mathematics: ACT 24, SAT 540; Science: ACT 20, SATII Chemistry 600; Biology 590; Physics 620; Social Science: SAT II American History 560; World History 580; 2 years Foreign Language; 2 semesters Fine Arts Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $9,484; Non-resident: $22,248 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1957 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Engineering Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), R-ATP Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61 Instruction conducted by: Contractor Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $ 17.000; Commercial and Instrument: $42,000; CFI-Airplane: [No information]; CFI- Instrument: $12,000; Multi-engine: [No information]; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $ 72,000; Non-flight-Airframe

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Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 400; Average 1,000; Maximum Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: [No information]; Website: https://students.asu. edu/financialaid Administration: Advisory committee; Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AABI; ATCA, NBAA, UAA, WAI Articulation Agreements: ASU has articulation agreements with the Maricopa Community Colleges Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Air Traffic Control

BS, Aeronautical Management Technology

120

100

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS, Aeronautical Management Technology

120

90

MS

33

Flight Education

BS, Aeronautical Management Technology

120

160

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

BS, Aeronautical Management Technology

120

40

Aviation Management and Human Factors

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Arizona

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Cochise Community College 4190 W Highway 80 Douglas, AZ 85607 Telephone: (520) 364-7943 Website: www.cochise.edu Point of Contact: Name: Belinda Burnett 4190 W Highway 80, Douglas, AZ 85607 Telephone: (520) 417-4092 Email Address: burnettb@cochise.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Community college Accreditation: HLC Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 4500 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 40 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Start dates July and January Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $77.00 credit hour; Non-resident: $250.00 credit hour Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1966 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Douglas, AZ Specialized Program Accreditation: FAA Part 141

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No FAA Certificate Offerings: PAR, CAX, IRA, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI, ATP Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, Other Instruction conducted by: Cochise Comm College Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $6,242.00; Commercial $17,459.00 and Instrument: $7,556.00; CFI-Airplane: $4,859.00; CFI- Instrument: Call Dept. for pricing; Multi-engine: $3,963.00; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $45,007.00 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 300; Average 350 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled with various regional airlines. Aviation Affiliations: RAA and WAI Articulation Agreements: Embry-Riddle and Arizona State University Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Aircraft Dispatcher

AGS

60

Flight Education

AGS & AAS

60

Programs

Enrollment

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Arizona/ Arkansas

UAA Institutional Members

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Prescott 3700 Willow Creek Rd Prescott, AZ 86301 Telephone: (928) 777-6600 Website: www.erau.edu Point of Contact: Dr. Juan Merkt 3700 Willow Creek Rd, Prescott, AZ 86301 Telephone: (928) 777-6061 Email Address: merktj@erau.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: n/a Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 1,986; Graduate 24 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 576; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, Essay or resume and letters of recommendation Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $30,720; Non-resident:$ 30,720 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1928 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aviation Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), R-ATP, Rotorcraft Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $15,300; Commercial and Instrument: $36,800; CFI-Airplane: $ 12,800; CFIInstrument: Incl. w/CFI- airplane; Multi-engine: incl w/Commercial Rating; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $52,100; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: n/a

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Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 190; Average 230; Maximum no set maximum Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number 886; Total Annual Value: $3,620,041; Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: AABI, NBAA, NIFA, UAA, WAI, ALPA Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Air Traffic Control

BS

120

34

BS, Aeronautical Management Technology

120

90

Aeronautical Science: Fixed-wing or Helicopter Flight, Flight Education

BS

120

401

Aeronautics

BS

120

27

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

Henderson State University Box 7611, Arkadelphia, AR 71999 Telephone: (870) 230-5012 Website: www.hsu.edu Point of Contact: Mr. Troy Hogue Telephone: (870) 230-5012 Email Address: hoguet@hsu.edu [No additional information]

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California

UAA Institutional Members

California Baptist University 6865 Airport Drive Riverside, CA 92504 Telephone: (951) 552-8800 Website: www.calbaptist.edu/aviationscience Point of Contact: Dr. Daniel Prather, Chair & Professor Department of Aviation Science 6865 Airport Drive Riverside, CA 92504 Telephone: (951) 552-8800 Email Address: dprather@calbptist.edu; kroper@calbaptist.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: Western Assn of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 8,000; Graduate 1,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 100; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, SAT, ACT; 1) Application 2) Essay 3) Application Fee 4) Two Letters of Recommendation 5) Official Transcripts 6) Test Scores. The minimum requirement for admission into CBU is a cumulative 2.5 GPA (weighted). Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $28,574 Non-resident: $28,574 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 2013 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Business Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: None Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), MEI Instruction offered under FAA: 61, Pursuing Part 141 Instruction conducted by: Institution

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Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $12,350 ; Commercial and Instrument: $30,950; CFI-Airplane: $8,000; CFI- Instrument: $4,100; Multi-engine: $6,800; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $58,100; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: [No information] Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 200; Average 250; Maximum 300 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Co-Op education; Bridge agreements with ExpressJet and Skywest Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number 5; Total Annual Value: 5,000;Website: http://www. calbaptist.edu/explore-cbu/offices/fina Other: Presidental, Dean’s , Trustees Scholarships Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AEA, NBAA, NIFA, RAA, UAA, AAAE Articulation Agreements: Numerous two-year community college articulation agreements in place. Comments: Enjoy outstanding, southern California flying weather. Gain flight experience in some of the nation’s busiest and complex airspace. Learn from faculty with industry experience. Experience a unique, private Christian education. Enjoy small student-faculty ratios and one-on-one interaction, averaging only 22 students per class. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS

124

16

Flight Education

BS

124

72

Unmanned Aircraft Systems

BS

124

Programs

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Learn, fly, and live aviation With a purpose-built training facility located on an international airport in Southern California, CAU students live, eat, and breathe aviation. In this immersive aviation environment, our students gain valuable experience you just can’t get from off-airport or online instruction. CAU holds FAA Part 141 approval, and graduates of the University qualify for a 500 flight-hour reduction when seeking their ATP certificate.

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California

UAA Institutional Members

California Aeronautical University 1450 Boughton Drive Bakersfield, CA 93308 Telephone: (661) 615-5915 Website: www.calaero.com Point of Contact: Matthew Johnston, President 1450 Boughton Drive, Bakersfield, CA 93308 Telephone: (661) 615-5915 Email Address: Mattj@calaero.com Institutional Information Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: Accreditation Council for Independent Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Masters Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 1000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 71 Graduate: Now Enrolling Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment- (www.calaero.com/catalog) Calendar System: Quarter Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: See Current Catalog (www.calaero.com/catalog) Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 2014 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Aviation Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at time of admissions. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, CFI (airplane), CFI (Instrument), Multi-Engine Instruction offered under FAA part 61 and FAA part 141 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: See catalog for current tuition and fees Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 250; Average 300; Maximum 350 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: On Campus Work Study, Airline and Industry agreements (SkyWest, Piedmont, GoJet, Trans States, Compass, Envoy, Air Wisconson Others in progress) www.uaa.aero

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Various-including Private (banks, Institutional) and Public Federal Student Aid for those who qualify (FASFAPell, FSEOG, and Cal Grants, Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford, Perkins and FFEL PLUS and Consolidation Loans. Total Annual Value: Various by Scholarship or Funding type and source. website: www.calaero.com/catalog Administration: Program Advisory Committees; Graduate Placement Services, Student Services Aviation Affiliations: UAA, RAA, AOPA, NBAA, FAPA, EAA, WAI, FAPA, NIFA, FSANA Comments: Training aircraft Primary: Cessna 172S G1000, Complex: Cessna 172RG, Multi Engine: Beechcraft Baron B55, Spin/Aerobatic: American Champion 8KCAB. On airport (KBFL) southern California purpose built aviation campus with over 22 Acres of education, recreation, dining, housing and hangar facilities dedicated to aeronautical studies focused on students seeking to become an aviation profession in the air or on the ground. Our staff, including our admissions office, welcomes the opportunity to assist high schools, industry and/or individuals with assessment for the many different aviation education options. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Science

Masters

56

Open

Aeronautics (Flight)

Bachelor of Science

184

Open

Aviation Business Administration

Bachelor of Science

182

Open

Aviation Studies (Flight)

Associate of Science

96

Open

Aviation Maintenance Technician

Associate of Science

96

Open

Certificate

16

Open

Dispatch

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California

University Aviation Association

Orange Coast College 2701 Fairview Rd. Costa Mesa, CA 92626 Telephone: (714) 432-5986 Website: www.orangecoastcollege.edu Point of Contact: Dr. Stanley Harriman Address: 2701 Fairview Rd. Costa Mesa, CA 92626 Telephone: (714) 432-5986 Email Address: sharriman2@occ.cccd.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public 2yr Accreditation: Western Assn of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 25,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 300 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $46/ Credit Hour Non-resident: $110/Credit Hour Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1947 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Technology Division – Aviation Science Department Specialized Program Accreditation: ADX Aircraft Dispatcher Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given under articulation agreements with local high school aviation courses. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multiengine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), MEI, Aircraft Dispatcher Instruction offered under FAA Part 141 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $12,000 Commercial and Instrument: $23,500 CFI-Airplane: $10,000 CFI- Instrument: $7,200 Multi-engine: $6,800 Total cost of certificate in flight major: $36,000 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 200; Average 250; Maximum 300 Opportunities – Industry/Employment / Learning: Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 10; Total Annual Value: $30,000 Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: NIFA, UAA, NBAA, ALPA, WAI, AABI, AAAE Articulation Agreements: Local Aviation High Schools, UC/CAL Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Science

AS

61

300

Unmanned Aircraft Systems

AS

61

300

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California

UAA Institutional Members

San Diego Christian College 200 Riverview Parkway, Santee, CA 92071 Telephone: (619) 201-8758 Website: www.sdcc.edu Point of Contact: Dr. John Marselus Email Address: john.marselus@sdcc.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Western Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 950; Graduate 10 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 45; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, SAT, ACT, High School Average Grade, Essay-Letters of Recommendation; SDCC is a Christian College – Evidence of Christian Testimony is required. Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $26,850; Non-resident: $26,850 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1970 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Science Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Courses will be added 2015-16 school year Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- Engine, CFI(airplane), CFI(instrument), UAS; PPL, IR, CPL & CFI are required for the degree. However, we may make substitutions as appropriate for the Emphasis. There is an option to include ME within the CPA syllabus whereby the “complex” aircraft in the CPL syllabus is a multi-engine aircraft. Student complete CPL with single and multi-engine ratings at their discretion. Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 with Examining Authority; 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution, Contractor

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Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $13,750-all FAA written and DPE fees included; Commercial and Instrument: $37,600 for both ($16,600 IR) ($20,900 CPL SE); CFI-Airplane: $7,800; CFI- Instrument: $3,500; Multiengine: $5,250 when taken independently from CPL-ME; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $59,000 includes PPL, IR, CPL(SE) & CFI; Non-flight- Airframe and Powerplant: $ n/a; Other: Lab fees include FAA DPE, exam and pilot supplies Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 275; Average 290; Maximum 300 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled; Airline pipeline agreements in place with Envoy Airlines & ExpressJet Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 7; Total Annual Value: $52,500; Website: http://sdcc.edu/ student-accounts/ sdc-grants-and-sc ; Other: Federal/State/Pvt grants, loans, VA & scholarships Administration: Advisory committee; Airline Pipeline in place for job placement with airlines and UAS companies Aviation Affiliations: NIFA, UAA, WAI Articulation Agreements: Currently pursuing articulation agreement to allow students to obtain Airframe and Powerplant FAA rating. It is not in place at this time. Comments: San Diego Christian Collee Aviation staff is highly experienced in military, airline and general aviation flying. Airline pipeline agreements combined with ATP-R letter of agreement with FAA gives our students an advantage in the job market. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS

124-128

Flight Education

BS

124-128

Certificate

12

Programs

Aviation Management

Enrollment

3

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California

San Jose State University One Washington Square San Jose, CA 95192 Telephone: (408) 924-3190 Website: www.engr.sjsu.edu/avtech Point of Contact: Dr. Wenbin Wei Department of Aviation & Technology One Washington Square San Jose, CA 95192-0061 Telephone: (408) 924-3206 Email Address: wenbin.wei@sjsu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Western Association of Colleges and Schools (WASC) Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 27,000; Graduate 6,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 235; Graduate: N/A Freshman Admissions Requirements: Minimum eligibility indices: 2900 SAT-based or 694 ACTbased for CA residents. 3502 SAT-based or 842 ACT-based for non-residents. For more information, visit http://info.sjsu.edu/web-dbgen/narr/static/ admission/freshman-req.html Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $7,417; Non-resident: Additional $372 per unit. For more information, visit http://www.sjsu.edu/faso/ Applying/Cost_of_Attendance/ Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1939 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Engineering Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: n/a Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial. Instruction is offered under: FAA Part 61 and Part 141

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Flight instruction conducted by: Contractor (Part 141 affiliated flight schools) Cost of Lab Fees (estimated): Private: $13,300; Instrument: $12,400; Commercial: $21,800 Total cost of certificates and ratings for the Professional Flight major: $47,500 Flight Hours at graduation: Dependent on degree program selected but required for Professional Flight program. Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Co-Op education Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number 4; Total Annual Value: $7,800 Website: http://avtech.sjsu. edu/scholarships Other: Aero Club of Northern California, Vincent Morine, Jason Dahl Memorial, Women in Aviation, Santa Rosa Ninety-Nines Administration: Industrial Advisory Board Aviation Affiliations: AEA, NBAA, NIFA, RAA, UM, WE, WiA, AHP, UAA, AAAE Articulation Agreements: Numerous two-year community college articulation agreements in place. For more information, visit http://info.sjsu. edu/web-dbgen/artic/all-course-to-course.html and https://avtech.sjsu.edu/transfer_students Comments: Enjoy outstanding northern California flying weather. Gain flight experience in some of the nation’s busiest and complex airspace. Learn from faculty with 30+ years of aviation industry experience. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

*Professional Flight

BS

120

15%

**Flight Operations

BS

120

45%

Aviation Mgt

BS

120

35%

Maintenance Mgt

BS

120

5%

Programs

*FAA Part 141,**FAA Part 61

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California

UAA Institutional Members

University of Southern California 6033 W. Century Blvd, Ste 920 Los Angeles, CA 90045 Telephone: (310) 342-1345 Website: www.viterbi.usc.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Daniel Scalese 6033 W. Century Blvd, Ste 920 Los Angeles, CA 90045 Telephone: (310) 342-1345 Email Address: scalese@usc.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Private Accreditation: n/a Highest Degree Offered: Certificate Program Student Body: Co-Educational Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1953 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Engineering

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Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Degrees or courses offered at satellite locations FAA Certificate Offerings: n/a Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147, Other Instruction conducted by: Institution; contractor Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: UAA, ISASI, Flight Safety Foundation, IFALPA Articulation Agreements: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Aviation Safety/Security

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Certificate Program

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Colorado

UAA Institutional Members

Aims Community College 5401 W. 20th St, P O Box 69 Greeley, CO 80632 Telephone: (970) 339-6645 Website: www.aims.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Dusty L. Mosness, Director of Aviation 5401 W. 20th St, Greeley, CO 80632 Telephone: (970) 339-6472 Email Address: aviation@aims.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 1,395; Graduate n/a Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 24 Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT/SAT scores, transfer credit, or Accuplacer test scores. Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $128.75$226.72 per credit hour Non-resident: $$51.00 per credit hour Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1968 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Division II Specialized Program Accreditation: ATC-CTI approved school Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI(airplane), CFI(instrument), R-ATP, Rotorcraft, CFI(Rotorcraft) Instruction offered under FAA part 141 Instruction conducted by: Institution, Contractor Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $13,200 FW/$38,977 RW; Commercial and Instrument: $31,195 FW/$82,956 RW; CFI-Airplane: $ 7,319; CFI- Instrument: $3,840 ; Multi-engine: $ 5,435; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $52,030-$60,585 FW/$147,943 RW; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: $ n/a; Other: Simulator fee Instrument Trainer Course - $200

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Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 50; Average 250 ; Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: Total Annual Value; Other: FAFSA Financial Aid. We accept alternative loans. Website: http://www.aims. edu/student/finaid/scholarships/ Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: ATCA, UAA Articulation Agreements: The Aviation Department at Aims Community College provides a collegiate education to prepare motivated aviation students with the best training possible for demanding careers in aviation as professional pilots and air traffic controllers. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Air Traffic Control

AAS

64

24

Flight Education: General Aviation Pilot

AAS

60

8

Flight Education; Professional Pilot

AAS

75

36

Helicopter Pilot

AAS

67

33

Metropolitan State University of Denver 1250 7th Street, Campus Box 30, P O Box 173362, Denver, CO 80217-3362 Website: www.msudenver.edu Point of Contact: Dr. Jeffrey Forrest Email Address: forrestj@msudenver.edu [No additional information]

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Delaware

Delaware State University 1200 N. DuPont Highway Dover, DE 19901 Telephone: (302) 857-6710 X 6713 Website: www.desu.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Lt.Col.(R) Michael A. Hales Bank of America (BOA) Bldg Telephone: (302) 857-6713 Email Address: mhales@desu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Four-year degree institution Accreditation: Other Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral degree Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate; Graduate Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 87 Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $8,500 Non-resident: $22,000 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1987 School /College/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Business Specialized Program Accreditation: FAA Part-141 / US Veteran’s Affairs Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: FAA Part-61 Flight Training only FAA Certificate Offerings: PPL/INST/COMM/CFI/ CFII/ME/MEI

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Instruction conducted by: Full-time and Part-time Faculty and Professional Staff Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $7,353; Instrument: $7,503; Commercial: $20,482; CFI-Airplane: $4,958 ; CFI- Instrument: $3,255; Multi-engine: $6,319; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $49,870; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant:$ n/a Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum: 300; Average: 350; Maximum: 375; Opportunities – Industry/Employment / Learning: Internships while enrolled; employment upon graduation and minimum hourly requirements; we customarily hire our student-CFIs back into our program to build hours. Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: website: www.desu.edu/admissions/tuition-financial-aid Aviation Affiliations: OBAP, CAP, NIFA, UAA, AABI Articulation Agreements: University of Delaware; Delaware Technical Community College

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Aviation Studies

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

B

120

Aviation Management/ Professional Pilot

120

Enrollment

61

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District of Columbia

UAA Institutional Members

University of the District of Columbia Community College 801 N. Capitol St. NE, Washington DC, 20002 Telephone: (202) 274-5800 Website: http://cc.udc.edu Point of Contact: Mr. William Russo 2801 Thomas Ave, Hangar #2, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Washington DC, 20001 Telephone: (202) 274-6205 Email Address: william.russo@udc.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Land Grant Institution, Historically Black College/University (HBCU) Accreditation: Middle States Commission on Higher Education Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 700 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 35 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: cc.udc.edu/fees

Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1978 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Math, Engineering, and Computer Science Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No FAA Certificate Offerings: FAA Mechanic Certificate, Airframe, Powerplant, or Airframe & Powerplant Instruction offered under FAA Part 141: 147 Instruction conducted by: Full-Time Faculty Cost of Lab Fees: Certificate and ratings-Airframe and Powerplant: $9,000 (resident), $16,000 (nonresident) Scholarship/ Financial Aid: www.udc.edu/ financial_aid/office_financial_aid Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: ATEC, UAA, AWAM Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Aviation Maintenance / Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Type of Degree

Associate of Applied Science

Credit Enrollment Hours

72

28th Aviation Policy Seminar Washington, DC

For students and faculty January 8-11, 2019

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Florida

Broward College Aviation Institute 7200 Pines Boulevard Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Telephone: (954) 201-8080 Website: www.broward.edu Point of Contact: Jan Shakespeare, Associate Dean Telephone: (954) 201-8084 Email Address: jshakesp@broward.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public State College Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 68,000; Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 250; Graduate: n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,405.00, Non-resident: $10,215.00 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1966 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Transportation Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit may be awarded for certificates earned prior to enrollment. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi- Engine, CFI, CFII Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 (pilot), 61 (pilot) and 147 (maintenance) Instruction conducted by: Pilot training conducted by on-site contracted flight training provider. Maintenance training conducted by certificated airframe and powerplant mechanics. Cost of Lab Fees: Private: varies; Commercial and Instrument: varies; CFI-Airplane: [No information]; CFI- Instrument: varies; Multi-engine: varies; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: varies based on proficiency. See advisor.; Non-flightAirframe and Powerplant: $ 10,665.31 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 190; Average 210; Maximum 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled 21

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Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 10; Total Annual Value: $50,000; Website: www.broward. edu/scholarships. All programs eligible for federal financial aid and VA funding. Aviation Affiliations: ATEC, UAA, AHP, AEA, ISTAT, PAMA, WIA Articulation Agreements: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Florida Atlantic University Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Credit Enrollment Hours

Programs

Type of Degree

Aviation Maint./ Aircraft Maint. Mgt

Associate of Science in Aviation

83

Aviation Studies

Associate of Science in Aviation

60

Associate of Science in Professional Pilot Technology

64

Flight Education

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Florida

UAA Institutional Members

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide

600 South Clyde Morris Blvd Daytona Beach, FL 32128 Telephone: (386) 226-6849 Website: www.erau.edu

600 South Clyde Morris Blvd Daytona Beach, FL 31124 Telephone: 800-522-6787 Website: worldwide.erau.edu

Point of Contact: Dr. Tim Brady Email Address: tim.brady@erau.edu

Institutional Information Institution Type: Private, 4 year Accreditation: SACS Other AABI Highest Degree Offered: PhD Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 15,000; Graduate 7,500 Calendar System: 9 week terms Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $9,000 Non-resident: $9,000

Institutional Information Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 4,967; Graduate 571 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 1,168; Graduate 4 Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $45,100; Non-resident: $45,100 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1926 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aviation Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See website: www.erau.edu FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), R-ATP Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority, 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $23,200; Single Instrument: $13,400; Single Commercial 19,100; CFIAirplane: $15,500; CFI- Instrument: $6,100; Multiengine: $10,700; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $66,800 Flight Hours at graduation: 225 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Co-op education, Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AIAA, ATCA, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, RAA, UAA, WAI, IS-BAO Articulation Agreements: Atlantic Cape CC in NJ, Bergen CC in NJ, Harbin Engineering University www.uaa.aero

Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1970 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aviation Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

A, B, M

Varies

*Online Program

A, B, M, D

Varies

*Online Program

A, B, M

Varies

*Online Program

*Safety Management

B

Varies

*Online Program

*Aviation Security

B

Varies

*Online Program

*Aviation Business Admin.

A, B, M

Varies

*Online Program

*Aerospace Engineering

A, B, M

Varies

*Online Program

Programs

*Aviation Maint. /Aircraft Maint. Management *Aviation Studies *Unmanned Systems

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admission@fit.edu | 800-888-4348 Florida Institute of Technology is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s, education specialist and doctoral degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Florida Institute of Technology. Florida Institute of Technology does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or any other protected minority in the admission of students, administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, employment policies, and athletic or other university sponsored programs or activities. Contact the Title IX Coordinator at (321) 674-8700.

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Florida

UAA Institutional Members

Everglades University 5002 T-Rex Avenue, Suite 100, Boca Raton, FL 33431 Telephone: (561) 912-1211 Website: www.evergladesuniversity.edu Point of Contact: Dr. Jayne Moschella, Vice President of Academic Affairs 5002 T-Rex Avenue, Suite 100, Boca Raton, FL 33431 Telephone: (561) 912-1211 x 109 Email Address: jmoschella@everglades university.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Private Non-Profit Accreditation: SACSCOC (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges) Highest Degree Offered: Masters Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 1300; Graduate 250 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 200, Graduate 50 Freshman Admissions Requirements: HS or Equiv. and Wonderlic Testing Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $7524, Non-resident: $7524 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1990 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: All EU Campuses and Online Division Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA Certificates and Ratings, Online Course Offerings FAA Certificate Offerings: Credit given for completed FAA Certificates and Ratings Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147

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Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: n/a Flight Hours at graduation: n/a Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: n/a Administration: Advisory Committee, Graduate Placement Service. Aviation Affiliations: UAA, AABI, NBAA, Florida Airports Council Articulation Agreements: Aviator College of Aeronautical Science and Technology, Mountain State University, Broward College Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Bachelor of Science Degree with a Major in Aviation/ Aerospace

123

200

Masters in Aviation Science

120

90

Aviation Studies

Florida Institute of Technology 150 West University Boulevard Melbourne, FL 32901-6975 Telephone: (321) 674-8120 Website: www.fit.edu Point of Contact: Dr. Donna Wilt Email Address: tgray@fit.edu [No additional information]

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Florida Memorial University 15800 NW 42nd Avenue Miami Gardens, FL 33054 Telephone: (305) 623-4277 Website: www.fmuniv.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Captain Arnold J. Tolbert Email Address: Arnold.tolbert@fmuniv.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools (SACS) Highest Degree Offered: Masters Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 1200; Graduate 20 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 80; Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $12,100; Non-resident: $12,280 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1993 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: School of Arts & Sciences Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI (Aviation Management Degree); Authorized Cessna Pilot Center Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No

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FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot; Instrument; Commercial Instruction offered under FAA part 141: None Instruction conducted by: Faculty and contract provider Cost of Lab Fees: n/a Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 250; Average 300 Opportunities – Industry/ Employment/ Learning: Several local Internship Opportunities enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 10; Total Annual Value: $150,000 Aviation Affiliations: AHP, WAI, OBAP, TAI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Studies: Aviation Operations/ Air Traffic Control

AS

60

60

Flight Education: Professional Pilot Technology

AS

64

120

Aerospace Sciences

BS

60

30

Programs

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Florida

UAA Institutional Members

Florida State College At Jacksonville 13450 Lake Fretwell Street Jacksonville, FL 32221 Telephone: (904) 317-3844 Website: www.fscj.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Sam Fischer, Aviation Degrees Manager Email Address: sfischer@fscj.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 45,000; Graduate n/a Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 300; Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: HS Diploma or GED; We are an open enrollment institution. All students are accepted. Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,700; Non-resident: $12,280 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1978 Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Although some classes are available online, the full programs are resident only. Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), MEI Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147, FAA AT-CTI approved Instruction conducted by: Contractor Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $8,800; Commercial $23,000 and Instrument: $8,770; CFI-Airplane: $6,240; CFI- Instrument: $4,210; Multi-engine: $ 5.250; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $ 56,270; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: $9,500

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Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 208; Average 250; Maximum no max, appr 315 w/CFII and MEI Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: Genl scholarships, Pell Grants, Student Loans; Total Annual Value: n/a; Website: http://www.fscj.edu/ admissions-aid/financial-aid Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: ATEC. NIFA, UAA Articulation Agreements: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Maintenance / Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

AS

83

120

Aviation Studies: Aviation Operations/Air Traffic Control

AS

60

60

Flight Education: Professional Pilot Technology

AS

64

120

Programs

Lynn University 3960 Airport Road Boca Raton, FL 33431-5598 Telephone: (561) 237-7333 Website: www.lynn.edu/academics/colleges/ aeronautics Point of Contact: Dr. Jeff Johnson Email Address: jjohnson@lynn.edu [No additional information]

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Miami Dade College 500 College Terrace Homestead, FL 33030 Telephone: (303) 237-5956 Point of Contact: Tom Jargiello Email Address: tjargiel@mdc.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 165,000; Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT; Other: CPT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $118/ credit hour; Non- resident: $229/credit hour Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1961 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Homestead Campus Non-Traditional Offerings: Degrees or courses offered at satellite locations; Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admissions. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multiengine, CFI (airplane) Instruction offered under FAA part 141 Instruction conducted by: Independent FBO Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $4,242; Commercial and Instrument:$9,760; CFI-Airplane: $2,700; Multi-engine: $1,700; Other:$2,000; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $30,000

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Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 220; Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Co/Op education, Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 1 Total Annual Value: $5,000-$7,000 Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: AHP, NIFA, UAA Articulation Agreements: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Jacksonville University 2800 University Boulevard North Jacksonville, FL 3221 Telephone: (904) 256-7247 Website: www.ju.edu Point of Contact: Capt. Matthew Tuohy Email Address: mtuohy@ju.edu [No additional information]

Pasco-Hernando State College 36727 Blanton Road Dade City, FL 33523 Telephone: (352) 518-1387 Website: www.phsc.edu Point of Contact: Mark Aragon Email Address: aragonm@phsc.edu [No additional information]

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Florida/ Georgia

UAA Institutional Members

Polk State College 999 Ave H NE Winter Haven, FL 33881 Telephone: (863) 297-1000 Website: www.polk.edu Point of Contact: Eric Crump 2949 Airside Center Dr. Lakeland, FL 33811 Telephone: (863) 298-6858 Email Address: ecrump@polk.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: 2yr/4yr Accreditation: SACS Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 20,000+; Graduate 0 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 150+; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $2,700 (full time); Non- resident: $9,900 (full time) Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 2012 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Business, Engineering, and Technology Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: College credit awarded for prior certification upon program entry; online, hybrid, and face-to-face course offerings; courses available on multiple campuses

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FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi- Engine, Flight Instructor Airplane, Flight Instructor - Instrument, Flight Instructor - Multi-Engine Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private through Flight Instructor Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

AS

60

Aerospace Administration

AS

60

50

Professional Pilot Science

AS

64

70

Aerospace Sciences

BS

60

30

Programs

Enrollment

Middle Georgia State University 71 Airport Road Eastman, GA 31023-3900 Telephone: (478) 374-6980 Website: www.mga.edu Point of Contact: Dr. Ed Steigerwald Executive Director of Aviation Operations Email Address: ed.steigerwald@mga.edu [No additional information]

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Illinois

Lewis University One University Parkway Romeoville, IL 60446 Telephone: (815) 836-5559 Website: www.lewisu.edu Point of Contact: R. Eric Jones, Chair Aviation Telephone: (815) 836-5434 Email Address: jonesrt@lewisu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Masters Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 4,700; Graduate 2,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 600; Graduate 70 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, ACT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $28,940; Non-resident: $28,940 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1932 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Arts & Sciences Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission; Degrees or courses offered at satellite locations; courses offered through distance learning FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), FAA letter of Authorization to certify its graduates for an ATP Certificate with reduced aeronautical experience. 1,000 hours for a graduate who holds B.S. degree in Aviation Flight Management and meets the remaining requirements of 61.160 Instruction offered under FAA part 141 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $19,205.00 (80 flt hours includes grd/flt inst); Commercial and Instrument: $36,747.00 (140 flt hours includes grd/flt inst); CFI-Airplane: $9,340.00 (25 flt hours includes grd/

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flt inst); CFI- Instrument: $4,440.00 (15 flt hours includes grd/flt instr); Multi-engine: $$6,228.00 (15 flt hours includes grd/flt inst); Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $75,960.00 (275 flt hours includes grd/flt inst); Non-flightAirframe and Powerplant: $1,500 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 160; Average 220; Maximum n/a Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Co-op education; internship while enrolled; internship post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: website: http://www.lewisu.edu/ admissions/finaid/index.htm Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Articulation Agreements: ATCA, ATEC, NBAA, NIFA, RAA, UAA, WAI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Air Traffic Control

AS & BS

AS-75 BS-128

80

Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Management

AS & BS

AS-75 BS-128

100

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

AS & BS

AS-75 BS-128

Aerospace Sciences

AS & BS

AS-75 BS-128

Flight Education

AS & BS

AS-75 BS-128

Safety/Security

BS

128

Unmanned Aircraft Systems

BS

128

Transportation Administration

BS

128

70

*Aviation & Transportation

MS

36

*Online Program

200

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Illinois

UAA Institutional Members

The Institute of Aviation at Parkland College 1 Airport Road Savoy, IL 61874 Telephone: (217) 244-8606 Website: www.aviation.parkland.edu Point of Contact: Wendy L. Evans 1 Airport Road Savoy, IL 61874 Telephone: (217) 353-2171 Email address: aviation@parkland.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Community College Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 4,500 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 52 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $164 per credit hour Non-resident: $370 to 529.00 per credit Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1946 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Parkland College Specialized Program Accreditation: R-ATP Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI, CFII, MEII Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147, Other Instruction conducted by: Parkland Faculty

www.uaa.aero

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $15,200; Commercial and Instrument: $35,700; CFI-Airplane: $6,500; CFIInstrument: $3,600; Multi-engine: $8,900; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $ 59,800; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant:$ n/a Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 220; Average 250; Maximum 300 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: _varies n/a ; Total Annual Value: varies n/a; website: www. aviation.parkland.edu Aviation Affiliations: Republic, Trans States Articulation Agreements: Lewis University, Western Michigan University Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

*Aviation

AS

64

52

*R-ATP, part 141

Quincy University 1800 College Avenue Quincy, IL 62301 Telephone: (217) 228-5432 X3232 Website: www.quincy.edu Point of Contact: Andrew Dow Email Address: dowan@quincy.edu [No additional information]

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Illinois/ Indiana

UAA Institutional Members

Southern Illinois University 545 N Airport Rd Murphysboro, IL 62966 Telephone: (618) 453-9244 Website: www.aviation.siu.edu Point of Contact: Michael Burgener 545 N Airport Rd. Murphysboro, IL 62966 Telephone: (618) 453-9204 Email Address: burgener@siu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Masters Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 12,182; Graduate 3,805 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 441; Graduate 5 Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,639; Non-resident: $9,205 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1965 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Applied Sciences and Arts Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), Rotorcraft, Mechanic, Airframe and Powerplant Instruction offered under FAA part 141: part 141, 61, 147 Instruction conducted by: Institution

www.uaa.aero

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: Private: $16,603; Commercial and Instrument: $49,483; CFI-Airplane: $11,333; CFI- Instrument: $2,461; Multi-engine: $8,012; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $74,148; Non-flight-Airframe & Powerplant: $825 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum n/a; Average n/a; Maximum n/a Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled, Others Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a; Website: n/a Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: UAA, WAI Articulation Agreements: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Maintenance / Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

B

120

130

Flight Education

A

70

132

Programs

Indiana State University 650 Cherry St, John T Myers Bldg, Room 216 Terre Haute, IN 47809 Telephone: (812) 237-2647 Website: www.indstate.edu Point of Contact: Mr. Azhar Hussain Email Address: Azhar.Hussain@indstate.edu [No additional information]

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PURDUE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF AVIATION AND TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS » Aeronautical Engineering Technology » Aerospace Financial Analysis » Airline Management and Operations » Airport Management and Operations

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Indiana

UAA Institutional Members

Purdue University 1401 Aviation Drive West Lafayette, IN 47907 Telephone: (765) 494-2884 Website: www.polytechnic.purdue.edu Point of Contact: Vicki Gilbert 1401 Aviation Drive West Lafayette, IN 47907-2015 Telephone: (765) 494-9967 Email Address: vgilbert@purdue.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central – Higher Learning Commission Highest Degree Offered: PhD Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 31,006; Graduate 9,626 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 695 Graduate 111 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $10,574 Non-resident: $29,376 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1953 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Polytechnic Institute Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI (flight and management); ABET (engineering technology) Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes- Masters in Aviation & Aerospace Management 0nline Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), R-ATP Instruction offered under FAA: Part 141 (flight), 147 (engineering technology) Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $10,055; Commercial and Instrument: $29,620; CFI-Airplane: $2,204; CFIInstrument: $1,986; Multi-engine: $3,030; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $54,175 (including turbine course)

www.uaa.aero

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 200; Average 500; Maximum no max Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled; Co-op education program; research opportunities for UG and GR Scholarship/ Financial Aid: website: www.purdue. edu/dfa Administration: Industry Advisory Board Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AIAA, ATEC, NBAA, NIFA, UAA, ABET Articulation Agreements: Ivy Tech Community College, Vincennes University Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

BS

120

224

BS

120

143

*Professional Flight

BS

120

270

**Unmanned Aerial Systems

BS

120

40

Programs

* Aeronautical Engineering Technology **Aviation Management/ Aerospace Financial Analysis/ Airline Management & Operations/ Airport Management & Operations

*ABET accredited; Part 147 A&P prep **AABI accredited *Part 141; R-ATP **New degree as of fall 2015

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Iowa

University Aviation Association

Iowa Lakes Community College 300 South 18th Street Estherville, Iowa 51334 Telephone: (712) 362-8363 Website: www.iowalakes.edu Point of Contact: Ron Duer Telephone: (712) 362-7961 Email Address: rduer@iowalakes.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Community College Accreditation: Other Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 2,574 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 24; Graduate 6 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $5,500.00+ fees; Non- resident: $5,815.00+ fees

Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1980 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Estherville Campus FAA Certificate Offerings: SPL, PPL, CPL, CFI, CFII, MEI Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61 Instruction conducted by: Iowa Lakes Aviation Department Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $6,275.00; Commercial and Instrument: $24,170.00; CFI-Airplane: $2,775.00; CFI- Instrument: $1,550.00; Multi-engine: $5,350.00; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $40,120.00 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 209; Average 239; Maximum 269 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: Total Annual Value: n/a; Website: www.iowalakes.edu Aviation Affiliations: UAA Articulation Agreements: University of Dubuque

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Iowa

UAA Institutional Members

University of Dubuque 2000 University Ave Dubuque, IA 52001 Telephone: (563) 589-3000 Website: www.dbq.edu Point of Contact: Yahaira “Yaya” M. Lugo Ruiz 2000 University Ave. Dubuque, IA 52001 Telephone: (563) 589-3201 Email Address: ylugoruiz@dbq.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Master’s Degree Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 1,965; Graduate: 410 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 250 Graduate: 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $39,150 Non-resident: $39,150 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1973 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Professional Programs Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and rating held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Airplane (Part 141/61): Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI, CFI-I Helicopter (Part 61): Private, Instrument, Commercial, CFI, CFI-I Unmanned Aircraft Systems Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examination Authority, 61

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Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Airplane: Private: $12,798; Commercial and Instrument: $29,899; CFI-Airplane: $6,624; CFI- Instrument: $1,300; Multi-engine: $7,480; Total cost of certificate and ratings in airplane flight major: $58,301 Helicopter: Private: $26,020; Commercial and Instrument: $43,995; CFI: $43,995 Total cost of certificate and ratings in helicopter flight major: $70,015 Flight Hours at graduation: Airplane: Minimum: 243; Average: 297; Maximum: 354 Helicopter: Minimum 160; Average 190; Maximum: 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled, Internships post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 20+; Total Annual Value: >$50,000/year Administration: Advisory committee, Gradate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AAAE, Alpha Eta Rho, NBAA, NIFA, RAA, UAA, WAI Articulation Agreements: Iowa Central C.C. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Management

BS

120

77

Flight Operations

BS

120

185

Applied Aviation Technologies

BS

120

10

Programs

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Kansas

Kansas State University at Salina 2310 Centennial Rd Salina, KS 67401 Telephone: (785) 826-2679 Website: www.sal.ksu.edu Point of Contact: Barney King Telephone: (785) 826-2683 Email Address: kingb@ksu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 20,327; Graduate 3,963 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 338 Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, SAT, ACT; 2.0 GPA, 980 SAT, 21 ACT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $ 8,775; Non-resident: $22,083 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1967 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Technology Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission; Courses offered through distance learning; Incoming students must test out of ratings held. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- Engine, CFI(airplane), CFI(instrument), ATP, Rotorcraft Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Instruction conducted by: Institution

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Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $8,240; Commercial and Instrument: $24,070; CFI-Airplane: $6,260; CFIInstrument: $3,970; Multi- engine: $6,172; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $48,712, includes PVT, IRA, COM,CFI, ME, and CFII; Nonflight-Airframe and Powerplant: $270; iPad $600 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum241; Average 270 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled; Internship post-graduate Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 37; Total Annual Value:$63,650 ; Other: Pell Grants, KS Comprehensive Grants, scholarships; Website: n/a Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AEA, ATEC, NBAA, NIFA, PAMA, UAA, WAI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Management

Bachelor in Aeronautical Tech

124-128

46

Avionics/ Electronics

Bachelor in Aeronautical Tech

124-128

7

Flight Bachelor in Education: Prof Aeronautical Pilot, Helicopter Tech Pilot

124-128

203/14

UAS

Bachelor in Aeronautical Tech

124-128

51

Airport Management

Bachelor in Aeronautical Tech

124-128

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Kentucky

UAA Institutional Members

Eastern Kentucky University Whalin 307, 521 Lancaster Ave. Richmond, KY 40475 Telephone: (859) 622-1014 Website: www.aviation.eku.edu Point of Contact: Mr. Dennis Sinnett, Coordinator Whalin 307, 521 Lancaster Ave. Richmond, KY 40475 Telephone: (859) 622-1010 Email Address: Dennis. Sinnett@eku.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: PhD Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 16,567 Graduate: 2,171 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 200 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, ACT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $8,996 Non-resident: $18,774 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1983 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Business and Technology Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Selected Courses Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), MEI Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $8,615; Instrument: $11,150; Commercial: $13,600; Multi-engine: $7,900; CFI-Airplane: $4,200; CFI- Instrument: $3,150; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $41,565 (Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI Written)

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Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum: 229; Average 250 Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: Varies; Total Annual Value: Varies; website: Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, KAA, NBAA, UAA Articulation Agreements: Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aerospace Management

BS

120

35

Professional Flight

BS

120

165

Programs

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Louisiana

Louisiana Tech University P O Box 3181 Ruston, LA 71272 Telephone: (318) 257-2691 Website: www.liberalarts.latech.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Jordan G. Lyons P O Box 3181, Ruston, La 71272 Telephone: (318) 257-2691 Email Address: jlyons@latech.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 11,o00; Graduate 2,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 200; Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT, GPA Calendar System: Quarter system awarding semester credit Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $5,553; Non-resident: $5,553 (ACT 23 composite) Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1967 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Liberal Arts Specialized Program Accreditation: AAABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-engine, CFI-A, CFI-I, MEI, R-ATP, ATP Instruction offered under FAA part 141:Yes Instruction conducted by: Institution

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Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $9,942; Commercial and Instrument: $32,309; CFI-A: $3,160; Total cost of all certificate and ratings in flight major: $46,404 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 190 hours; Average 230 hours Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internships Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Department and industry scholarships available Administration: n/a Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ALPA, EAA, LAMA, NBAA, NIFA, UAA, WAI Articulation Agreements: Various in-state agreements Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Professional Aviation

BS

120

40

Aviation Management

BS

120

140

Programs

Southern University at Shreveport 3050 Dr Martin Luther King Dr Shreveport, LA 71107 Telephone: (318) 676-5596 Website: www.susla.edu Point of Contact: Timothy Banks, Aviation Instructor Email Address: tbanks@susla.edu [No additional information]

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Maryland

UAA Institutional Members

Community College of Baltimore County 800 South Rolling Road Catonsville, MD 21228 Telephone: (443) 840-4157 Website: www.ccbcmd.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Douglas Williams, Aviation Program Director Telephone: (443) 840.5498 Email Address: dwilliams@ccbcmd.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 43,000; Graduate 0 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 425; Graduate: n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: High School Average Grade/GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,500 plus applicable lab fees (flight training); Non-resident: $6,900 plus applicable lab fees (flight training) Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1974 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Technology Specialized Program Accreditation: FAA Collegiate Training Initiative (CTI) Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission; Degrees or courses offered at satellite locations; Courses offered through distance learning; Credit for military licenses/training FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI(instrument), Rotorcraft, Unmanned Aircraft System Instruction offered under FAA part 141; 141 Examining Authority, 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution, Contractor www.uaa.aero

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $10,200 Airplane; $14,200 Helicopter; Commercial and Instrument: $24,400 Airplane; $32,400 Helicopter; CFI-Airplane: $5,000; CFI- Instrument: $5,000; Multi-engine: $6,000; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $45,000 Airplane; $60,000 Helicopter; Other: ATC $4,400 (simulator/flight) Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 260; Average 280; Maximum 300 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Co-op education; Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 12; Total Annual Value:$25,000; Website: http://www. ccbcmd.edu/aviation; Other: PELL, Standard Financial Aid Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ATCA, NBAA, OBAP, RAA, UAA, WI, AOPA Articulation Agreements: CCBC credit (60 min) will transfer to any public university in the Maryland systems. CCBC credits successfully transfer to most aviation colleges and universities. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Air Traffic Control

AAS

65

75

Aircraft Dispatcher

AAS

65

75

Flight Operations Management

AAS

65

75

Pilot Flight Training

AAS

65

75

*Air Traffic Control

Certificate

30

*Online Program

*Aviation Management

Certificate

30

*Online Program

*Flight Attendant

Certificate

30

*Online Program

*Flight Training Certificate

30

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Maryland

University of Maryland Eastern Shore 30925 College Backbone Rd Princess Anne, MD 31853 Telephone: (410) 651-6365 Website: www.umes.edu Point of Contact: Christopher Hartman Email Address: chartman@umes.edu [No additional information]

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Massachusetts/ Michigan

UAA Institutional Members

Bridgewater State University 95 Grove Street Bridgewater, MA 2325 Telephone: (508) 531-2654 Point of Contact: Greg Bongiorno 95 Grove Street Bridgewater, MA 2325 Telephone: (508) 531-2654 Email Address: gbongiorno@bridgew.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: New England Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 11,000; Graduate 7,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 220; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $9,000; Non-resident: $15,000 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1980 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Business Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument) Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $9,000; Commercial and Instrument: $22,000; CFI-Airplane: $8,000; CFIInstrument: $4,000; Multi- engine: $4,000 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum CFI requirements; Average n/a; Maximum n/a Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Website: bridgew.edu/ aviation; www.microsites.bridgew.edu/financialaid

www.uaa.aero

Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AABI, NBAA, RAA, UAA, WAI, Articulation Agreements: Jetblue/Cape Air University Gateway Program Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS

40

120

*Flight Education

BS

40

100

Programs

* Flight only AABI accreditation

North Shore Community College One Ferncroft Road Danvers, MA 01923 Telephone: (978) 762-4068 Website: www.northshore.edu Point of Contact: A. Singerw Email Address: ASinger@NorthShore.edu [No additional information]

Andrews University 8975 Old U.S. 31 Berrien Springs, MI 49104 Telephone: (269) 471-7771 Website: www.andrews.edu Point of Contact: Dina Simmons Email Address: SimmonsD@Andrews.edu [No additional information]

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Michigan

UAA Institutional Members

Eastern Michigan University 122 Sill Hall Ypsilanti, Mi 48197 Telephone: (734) 487-1161 Website: www.emich.edu Point of Contact: Dr. Philip Tartalone Email Address: ptartalone@emich.edu [No additional information]

Western Michigan University College of Aviation 237 N Helmer Rd, Battle Creek, MI 49037 Telephone: (269) 964-6375 Website: www.wmich.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Mr. Tom Thinnes, Director of Recruitment and Outreach 237 N Helmer Rd, Battle Creek, MI 49037 Telephone: (269) 964-6375 Email Address: tom.thinnes@wmich.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate17,936; Graduate 4,958 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 991 Graduate Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $11,943 Non-resident: $14,699 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1939 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aviation Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No www.uaa.aero

Non-Traditional Offerings: Degrees or courses offered at satellite locations. Courses offered through distance learning. Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at time of admission. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), CFI (mulit-engine Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $21,535.07; Commercial and Instrument: $41,942; CFI-Airplane: $9,944.50; CFI- Instrument: $2,820; Multi-engine: $3,001; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $63,478; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: $2,745 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 192; Average 200-250; Maximum Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled, internship post graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a ; website: http://wmich. edu/aviation/scholarships-fs.html Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AAAE, AHP, NIFA, NGPA, OBAP, UAA, WAI and AWAM Articulation Agreements: Any Michigan Community College, AIM, MIAT College of Technology, Parkland College, SMAT, Ivy Tech Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

*Aviation Maintenance / Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Baccalaureate

126

83

**Aviation Studies

Baccalaureate

123

160

*Flight Education

Baccalaureate

123

500

Programs

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Minnesota

Academy College 1600 E 82nd Street, Ste 100 Bloomington, MN 55431-1411 Telephone: (952) 851-0066 Website: www.academycollege.edu Point of Contact: Ms. Nancy Grazini Olson, President Email Adddress: academy@academy college.edu [No additional information]

Minnesota State University, Mankato 328 Armstrong Hal Mankato, Mn 56001 Telephone: (507) 389-6116 Website: www.ed.mnsu.edu/aviation Point Of Contact: Tom Peterson 328 Armstrong Hall Mankato, MN 56001 Telephone: (507) 389-6116 Email Address: aviation@mnsu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association Of Colleges And Schools Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 14,000; Graduate 3,500 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 186; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $4,352; Non-resident: $7,324

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Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1969 School/College/division in which the aviation program is located: College Of Education Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: credit given for FAA certificates/ratings held at time of admission; credit given for specific military courses. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commerical, MEI, CFI, CFII. Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61 Instruction conducted by: Contractor Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $12,600; Commercial and Instrument: $49,500; CFI-Airplane: $2,740; CFI- Instrument: $3,105; Multi- engine Instructor: $9,179; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $77,000 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 220; Average 250; Maximum 270 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number:10; Total Annual Value: $14,000 Administration: Industry Advisory Board Aviation Affiliations: AABI, UAA, WAI, NIFA, AHP Articulation Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Professional Flight

BS

120

141

Flight Education

BS

120

45

Programs

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Mississippi

UAA Institutional Members

Delta State University 1003 W Sunflower Rd. Cleveland, MS 38733 Telephone: (662) 846-4205 Website: www.aviation.deltastate.edu Point of Contact: Julie Speakes PO Box 3203 DSU Cleveland, MS 38733 Telephone: (662) 846-4205 Email Address: jspeakes@deltastate.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 2,308; Graduate 326 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 75; Graduate 77 Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1968 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Other Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), R-ATP, Rotorcraft Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution, Contractor Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: ATCA, UAA

www.uaa.aero

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Air Traffic Control

A

60

Flight Education

A

60

Enrollment

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Missouri

Saint Louis University, Parks College of Engineering, Aviation & Technology 3450 Lindell Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103 Telephone: (314) 977-8251 Website: www.aviation.slu.edu Point of Contact: Mr. Stephen G. Magoc 3450 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63103 Telephone: (314) 977-8333 Email Address: stephen.magoc@slu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 8,113; Graduate 4,836 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 113 Graduate 30 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT: 1030, ACT: 20, GPA: 2.5 Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Private - $41,540 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1927 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Saint Louis University/Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology/ Department of Aviation Science Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI) B.S. in Aeronautics with concentrations in Aviation Management and Flight Science Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes - B.S. in Aeronautics with concentration in Aviation Management, Masters in Aviation, Doctor of Philosophy in Aviation Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and/or ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot with Single and Multiengine Ratings, Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII), and Certified Flight Instructor Multi-Engine (CFI-MEI)

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Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Without Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $14,420; Commercial and Instrument: $21,630; CFI-Airplane: $7,210; CFIInstrument: $3,605; Multi-engine: $3,605; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $43,260; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: N/A Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum190; Average 230; Maximum 260 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Cooperative Education and Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: Several; Total Annual Value: N/A; website: http://parks.slu. edu/academics/scholarships-financial-aid/ Administration: Industry Advisory Board, Graduate Placement Service Aviation Affiliations: Alpha Eta Rho, Women in Aviation, NIFA Flying Billikens, NBAA, UAA _ Articulation Agreements: St. Louis Community College District Other Opportunities: Pathway agreements with the following airlines: “Aviators Program” with Trans States Airlines, “RJet Cadet” program with Republic Airline, “Pilot Pipeline Agreement” with Envoy Air, and “Pilot Pathway Agreement” with ExpressJet Airlines. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

*Aviation Management Concentration

BS in Aeronautics

121

44

Flight Science Concentration

BS in Aeronautics

120

80

Aviation

MS

32

3

Aviation

PhD

60

27

Programs

* Traditional and Online

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Missouri

UAA Institutional Members

University of Central Missouri T.R. Gaines Tech Complex, Ste 210 Warrensburg, MO 64093 Telephone: (660) 543-4969 Website: www.ucmo.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Mr. Tony Monetti, Assistant Dean of Aviation Email Address: tmonetti@ucmo.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission (formerly North Central Association of Colleges and Schools) Highest Degree Offered: Education Specialist Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 8,120; Graduate 2,176 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 230; Graduate 12 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Curriculum Requirements, Residency Requirements and Test Score Percentile Chart Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $214.85 per credit hour; Non-resident: $429.70 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1968 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International (Professional Pilot, Flight Operations Management, Airport Management) Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes, M.S., Aviation Safety Non-Traditional Offerings: Master’s degree offered on-line, courses offered at Satellite locations and off-schedule. Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147, Other: Private Pilot Certificate, Instrument Rating, Commercial Multi Engine, Commercial Single

www.uaa.aero

Engine, Certified Flight Instructor, Certified Flight Instructor – Instrument, Multi-Engine Instructor, ATP; No Certificate offered for 147. Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $ 11,920; Commercial and Instrument $ 37,060; CFI-Airplane: $4600; CFIInstrument: $2550; Multi engine: $3850; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $48,980 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 120; Average 124; Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internships Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 23; website:ucmo.edu/ aviation https://www.ucmo.edu/aviation/scholarships.cfm Administration: LTC Tony Monetti, Assistant Dean of Aviation and Executive Director of Skyhaven Airport Aviation Affiliations: Alpha Eta Rho, Women in Aviation, Aviation Student Leadership, AAAE, Flight Team Articulation Agreements: Linn Tech (2 +2 Program), Envoy, GoJets, Republic, Express Jet Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Professional Pilot

BS

120

170

Flight Operations Management

BS

120

Airport Management

BS

120

Aviation Management

BS

120

Aviation Maintenance Management

BS

120

Aviation Safety

MS

32

Programs

57

12

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Montana State University Gallatin College 101 Hamilton Hall P.O. Box 170515 Bozeman, MT 59717 Telephone: (406) 994-5523 Website: www.montana.edu/gallatincollege Point of Contact: Ryan Haskins 101 Hamilton Hall P.O. Box 170515 Bozeman, MT 59717 Telephone: (406) 994-6151 Email Address: ryan.haskins@montana.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities Highest Degree Offered: Associate - Gallatin College; Doctorate – Montana State University Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 528 Gallatin College; 16,664 MSU; Graduate 2040 MSU Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 85 Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,280 GC Non-resident: $11,500

Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 2005 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Gallatin College Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-engine, CFI, CFI-I, MEI Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Instruction conducted by: Gallatin College/ Summit Aviation Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $11,800; Instrument: $12,400; Commercial including Multi-engine $33,600; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $57,800 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 190; Average 200 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 10; Total Annual Value: $30,000; Financial Aid Available Administration: Aviation Advisory Board, Graduate Services Aviation Affiliations: UAA, NBAA Articulation Agreements: Montana State University Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship, Rocky Mountain College Traditional Aviation Degree Programs

More than 25,000 students are earning degrees at the University Aviation Association’s 100+ member institutions. While enrolled at these accredited colleges and universities, the students receive a well-rounded education that equips them with the knowledge and employability skills for success in today’s ever changing environment.

Programs

*Flight Education

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

AAS

60

85

* 2+2 agreement for BS in Business Administration

Student membership entitles you to these benefits and more: • • • • •

Career Forum Eligibility for a variety of scholarships Seminars on Establishing Aviation Policy Discounts on UAA conferences and publications A monthly UAA Connect e-newsletter

A dues investment of $30 is one of the best you can make toward your future in aviation. Call the University Aviation Association today for more information! (901) 563-0505 or visit us online at www.uaa.aero, under membership. Join today!

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Montana

UAA Institutional Members

Rocky Mountain College 1511 Poly Drive Billings, MT 59102-1996 Telephone: (406) 657-1060 Website: www.aviation.rocky.edu Point of Contact: Professor Dan Hargrove Email Address:dan.hargrove@rocky.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and University Highest Degree Offered: Masters Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 1000; Graduate 75 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 105, Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $26,136; Non-resident: $26,136 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1988 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Professional Studies Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: None Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, ME, CFI, CFII, MEI

www.uaa.aero

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Examining Authority approved Part 141 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $11,900; Commercial and Instrument: $30,200; CFI-Airplane: $4,800; CFIInstrument: $3,800; Multi- engine: $7,300; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $49,400 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 205 Average 400 ; Maximum 1000 hours above 205 are as a paid flight instructor. Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled. Formal Bridge Programs with multiple airlines. Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number significant institutional aid available 12; Total Annual Value: $12,000 Administration: Advisory Committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AHP, AOPA, NAFI, NBAA, NIFA, UAA Articulation Agreements: Green River Community College, Gallatin College Other information: Minors in Unmanned Aerial Systems and Dispatch Certification. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

BS

120

Aviation Studies

BS

120

Programs

Enrollment

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Nebraska

UAA Institutional Members

University of Nebraska at Kearney 905 W 25th St. Kearney, NE 68849 Telephone: (308) 865-8309 Website: www.unk.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Terry Gibbs 905 W 25th St., Kearney, NE 68849 Telephone: (308) 865-8309 Email Address: gibbst@unk.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 7,000; Graduate 500 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 60; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,584; Non-resident: $12,741.50 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1983 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Business Specialized Program Accreditation: Other Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), MEI Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 without Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $10,200; Commercial and Instrument: $19,895; CFI-Airplane: $2,580; CFIInstrument: $2,440; Multi- engine: $14,450; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $44,545 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 190; Average 500; Maximum 800

www.uaa.aero

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 10; Total Annual Value: $25,000; Website: n/a Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: NBAA, RAA, UAA Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS

120

20

Flight Education

BS

120

40

Programs

University Aviation Association Aviation Policy Seminar for Students & Faculty

Students and faculty facilitators will spend the week on-site in the nation’s capital attending briefings & seminars from the NTSB, the FAA, Congressional staff, and industry associations agencies. Students will be able to network with others from across the country and gain valuable exposure to leaders in these organizations. Students will have the opportunity to gain a better understanding of how these agencies interact in establishing aviation policy and what job opportunities may be available in the aviation industry. Faculty and students will gain valuable insight into how they can participate in the process now and in the future.

January 8-11, 2019 | Washington, DC Visit us on the web: www.uaa.aero | (901) 563-0505 | E-mail: uaamail@uaa.aero

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RMS – Resource Maintenance  Electronic Workorder Management  Maintenance Event Tracking  Discrepancy Tracking/Management  Inventory Control/Management  Integrates with ETA for Availability/Utilization

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Nebraska

UAA Institutional Members

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs

University Of Nebraska Omaha Aviation Institute

Point of Contact: Scott Vlasek Email Address: svlasek@unomaha.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 12,221; Graduate 3,006 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 145; Graduate 17 Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT, Class rank Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,750; Non-resident: $18,070 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1990 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: School of Public Adminstration Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-engine, CFI Instruction conducted by: Contractor Cost of Lab Fees: Private: n/a; Commercial and Instrument: n/a; CFI-Airplane: n/a; CFI- Instrument: n/a; Multi-engine: n/a; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $40,000 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 230; Average 300; Maximum 400 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Co-op education, Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 15; Total Annual Value: $30,000; Financial Aid Available Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: AABI, NBAA, NIFA, RAA, UAA, WAI, Alpha Eta Rho, NeBAA, AOPA, ExpressJet. www.uaa.aero

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS

120

50

Flight Education

BS

120

80

*Aviation Studies

BS

120

*Online Program

Programs

6001 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68182 Telephone: (402) 554-3424 Website: www.ai.unomaha.edu

*The BGS Degree is a flexible, individualized baccalaureate degree program designed especially for the adult learner. Awarded to over 23,000 students since 1951, the BGS Degree is one of the nation’s oldest bachelor’s degrees for adult learners and is part of UNO’s longstanding, rich tradition serving military and veteran students.

Fly with us. Careers in aviation include air transport administration, professional flight, and more Find out more about UNO’s collegiate award winning aviation program at ai.unomaha.edu.

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Nevada/ New Hampshire/ New Jersey

College of Southern Nevada 700 College Drive # H3A Henderson, NV 89002 Telephone: (702) 651-3522 Website: www.csn.edu Point of Contact: Sandra Kingma Email Address: Sandra.Kingma@CSN.edu [No additional information]

Southern New Hampshire College of Aeronautics 20 University Drive Nashua, NH 03063 Telephone: 603-577-6414 Website: www.snhu.edu Point of Contact: Southern New Hampshire College of Aeronautics [No additional information]

Mercer County Community College 1200 Old Trenton Road Trenton, NJ 8550 Telephone: (609) 570-3489 Website: www.mccc.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Professor Joan Jones 1200 Old Trenton Road Trenton, NJ 8550 Telephone: (609) 570-3436 Email Address: jonesj@mccc.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate n/a

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Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 50; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Other Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $227; Non-resident: $651 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1968 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Other Specialized Program Accreditation: Other Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: n/a FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), R-ATP, Rotorcraft Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution, Contractor Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $13,200; Commercial and Instrument: $31,195; CFI-Airplane: $7,361; CFIInstrument: $3,840; Multi- engine: $5,435; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $60,585 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 250; Average 250; Maximum n/a Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a; Website: http://www.aims. edu/student/finaid/ scholarships/ Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: ATCA, UAA Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Air Traffic Control

A

64

24

Flight Education

A

75

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New Jersey

UAA Institutional Members

Atlantic Cape Community College 5100 Black Horse Pike Mays Landing, NJ 08330-2623 Telephone: (609) 343-4959 Website: www.atlantic.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Bojan Zilovic Interim STEM Division Chair Email Address: bzilovic@atlantic.edu [No additional information]

Thomas Edison State University 111 West State Street Trenton NJ 08608 Telephone: 888-442-8372 Website: www.tesu.edu Point of Contact: Donald S. Cucuzzella 111 West State Street Trenton NJ 08608 Telephone: (609) 984-1130 Email Address: dcucuzzella@tesc.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: University Accreditation: Regionally Accredited by Middle States on Higher Education Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 17,500; Graduate 1100 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 400; Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $425 per credit; Non- resident: $520 per credit Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1985 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: School of Applied Science and Technology

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Online Aviation Programs: Aviation Flight Technology, Aviation Maintenance Technology, Air Traffic Control, Aviation Management Non-Traditional Offerings: Online courses Instruction conducted by: Thomas Edison State University Mentors Scholarship/Financial Aid: Scholarship website: http://www.tesu.edu/tuition/scholarships.cfm Financial Aid website: http://www.tesu.edu/ tuition/Financial-Aid. Administration: Dean and School of Applied Science and Technology Staff Aviation Affiliations: See Articulation Agreements Articulation Agreements: FSANA, Flight School Association of North America; Jet Blue Airways Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

*Aviation Maintenance Technology

A, BS

A-60 BS-120

**Air Traffic Control

A, BS

A-60 BS-120

*Aviation Flight Technology

A, BS

A-60 BS-120

BS

120

**Aviation Management

Enrollment

*Credit in major awarded for Airframe and Powerplant License **Credit in major awarded for CTO certificate *Credit in major awarded for a variety of FAA flight certifications Private-ATP, CFI, CFII and others. **Major is composed from FAA certificates combined with online Aviation Management

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New Mexico

Eastern New Mexico University 1500 S Ave K STA 5 Portales, NM 88130 Telephone: 800-367-3668 Website: www.enmu.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Alice J. Harshey-Bischoff, MAS Aviation Science Program Coordinator 1500 S. Ave K STA 33 Portales, NM 88130 Telephone: (575) 562-2732 Email Address: alice.harshey-bischoff@enmu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Highest Degree Offered: n/a Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate Under 5,000; Graduate Under 2,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate Under 20 Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT: 4299/ ACT: 2636/ FAFSA: 002651 Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $152.54 credit hour, Non-resident: $393.16 credit hour Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 2007 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences / Physical Science Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes, Non-Traditional Offerings: Credits given for A&P licenses, aircraft maintenance training and nonresidents may qualify for resident tuition Instruction conducted by: Institution Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Grants, Loans, scholarships

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Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

*Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science (BAAS)

120

100

Bachelor Science (BS))

*We offer two degree programs, the BAAS and the BS, the BAAS is designed for the student who has been working in aircraft maintenance. The BS is designed for the student who is new to aviation and would like a solid knowledge to begin their career. An unlimited number of credit hours may be transferred from accredited institutions. As few as 30 credit hours of the last 60 hours are required to be completed through ENMU Portales, NM

Eastern New Mexico University Rosswell P.O. Box 6000 Roswell , NM 88202-6000 Telephone: (575) 624-7023 Website: www.roswell.enmu.edu Point of Contact: Alice J. Harshey-Bischoff Email Address: alice.harshey-bischoff@ enmu.edu [No additional information]

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New York

UAA Institutional Members

Dutchess Community College 53 Pendell Road, Poughkeepsie NY 12601 Telehone: (845) 431-8000 Website: www.sunydutchess.edu Point of Contact: John Trosie Telephone: (845) 431-8411 Email Address:trosie@sunydutchess.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Community College Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 4600 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 50 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3200 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 2005 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: n/a Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: no Non-Traditional Offerings: no FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument Commercial Fixed Wing and Helicopter

CUNY Aviation Institute at York College 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd. Academic Core Bldg., Rm 4G04E Jamaica, NY 11451 Telephone: (718) 262-2513 Website: www.york.cuny.edu Point of Contact: Dr. Chun-Pin Hsu Email Address: CHsu@York.Cuny.edu [No additional information]

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Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Instruction conducted by: Westfield Flight Academy/ Independent Helicopter Cost of Lab Fees: Private fixed wing: $9100; Instrument fixed wing: $9000; CFI-Airplane: n/a CFI- Instrument: n/a Multi-engine: n/a; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: [not provided]; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: Pending Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 195; Average 250; Maximum 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a; website: [No information] Aviation Affiliations: UAA Articulation Agreements: Pending Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

A

60

Aviation Studies

A

60

Flight Education

A

60

Programs

Enrollment

Vaughn College of Aeronautics & Technology 86-01 23rd Avenue, Flushing, NY 11369 Telephone: (718) 429-6600 X139 Website: www.vaughn.edu Point of Contact: Domenic Proscia Email Address: Domenic.proscia@vaughn.edu [No additional information]

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North Carolina/ North Dakota

UAA Institutional Members

Elizabeth City State University 1704 Weeksville Rd 122 Dixon-Patterson Hall Elizabeth City, NC 27909 Telephone: (252) 335-3846 Website: www.ecsu.edu/academics/ department/technology/ aviation Point of Contact: Dr. Kuldeep Rawat Email Address: ksrawat@ecsu.edu [No additional information]

University of North Dakota 3980 Campus Rd. Grand Forks, ND 58202 Telephone: (701) 777-3922 Website: www.und.edu Point of Contact: Elizabeth Bjerke Email Address: ebjerke@aero.und.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 13,000; Graduate 2,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 1,400; Graduate 39 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT, GPA, High School Average Grade Calendar System: Semesters Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $7,965 Non-resident: $18,899 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1968 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: John D. Odegard School of Aeronautics Sciences Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI, AACSB Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes, M.S. Non-Traditional Offerings: Only the Master’s of Science in Aviation is offered online

www.uaa.aero

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), MEI, ATP, R-ATP, Rotorcraft Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution, Contractor, Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $12,607; Commercial and Instrument: $22,803; CFI-Airplane: $8,262; CFIInstrument: $5,261; Multi- engine: $10,447; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $64,448 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 197; Average 222; Maximum depends on degree. Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Co-op education, Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 124; Total Annual Value: $264,000 Administration: Advisory committee, Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AAAE, AEA, AIAA, ATCA, ATEC, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, PAMA, RAA, UAA, WAI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Mgt/ Airport Mgt

BBA

125

250

Aviation Traffic Mgt

BSA

125

250

Air Traffic Mgt

BSA

125

250

Flight Education

BSA

125

250

Commercial Aviation (Helicopter)

BSA

125

250

Aviation Technology Mgt

BSA

125

250

Master of Science in Aviation

MS

Aerospace Sciences

PhD

Programs

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University Aviation Association

Bowling Green State University 1001 East Wooster Street Bowling Green, OH 43403 Telephone: (419) 372-2531 Website: www.bgsu.edu/Aviation Point of Contact: Carl Braun 264 Technology Building Bowling Green, OH 43403 Telephone: (419) 372-0554 Email Address: braunc@bgsu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: 4-year public university Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D. Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 14,492; Graduate 2,231 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 238 Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester or Quarter Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $10,606 Non-resident: $ 18,142 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1978 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering Specialized Program Accreditation: ATMAE Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: n/a FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot Asel, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot Asel/Amel, Cfi, Cfii, Meii

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141, 61 Instruction conducted by: Bowling Green Flight Center Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $14,015; Commercial and Instrument: $48,775; CFI-Airplane: $6,936 ; CFIInstrument: $4,084; Multi-engine: $5,700; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $62,790; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: $ n/a Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 193.6; Average n/a Maximum 233.6; Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a Administration: n/a Aviation Affiliations: UAA Articulation Agreements: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Flight Technology & Operations

B.S. Aviation

122

195

Aviation Management & Operations

B.S. Aviation

122

25

Aviation Engineering Technology

B.S. Aviation

122

18

Programs

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UAA Institutional Members

Kent State University P.O. Box 5190 Kent, OH 44242 Telephone: (330) 672-4449 Website: www.kent.edu/caest/aeronautics Point of Contact: Dr. Maureen McFarland P.O. Box 5190 Kent, OH 44240 Telephone: (330) 672-9867 Email Address: mmcfar12@kent.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Research University Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools; Higher Learning Commission Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 34,000+; Graduate 6,267 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 578; Graduate 10 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $20,928; Non-resident: $29,460 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1967 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aeronautics and Engineering Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI & ABET Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No FAA Certificate Offerings: Commercial, Instrument, Multiengine, CFI, CFII, Aircraft Dispatch Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141; 61, 147, Other Part 65 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $8,960; Commercial and Instrument: $36,590(4 courses); CFI-Airplane: $7,361 CFI- Instrument: $3,840; Multi-engine: $4,710; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $61,461; Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 250; Average 600-800; Maximum 900

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Ohio

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Co-op education, Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: varies; Total Annual Value: varies; website: http://www.kent.edu/ financialaid/ scholarships Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AIAA, ATCA, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, RAA, UAA, WAI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Air Traffic Control

BS

121

Aeronautical Studies

BS

121

Aviation Management

BS

121

Flight Technology (professional pilot)

BS

121

Aeronautical Systems Engineering Technology

BS

121

Aerospace Engineering

BS

121

Enrollment

Ohio University Department of Aviation 51 Columbia Road Albany OH 45710 Telephone: (740) 597-2657 Website: www.ohio.edu/engineering/aviation Point of Contact: Bryan Branham Email Address: branham@ohio.edu [No additional information]

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UAA Institutional Members

Sinclair Community College 444 W. Third St Dayton, OH 45401 Telephone: (937) 512-2570 WEBSITE: https://www.sinclair.edu/academics/ divisions/sme/avt Point of Contact: Clay Pittman, Chair/Josh Sprague, Program Coordinator 444 W. Third St, Dayton, OH 45401, Office 3134 Telephone: (937) 512-4134/(937) 512-2473 Email Address: clay.pittman@sinclair.edu/ joshua.sprague@sinclair.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Community College Accreditation: Other Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 15,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 110 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,785.92 in-county, $9,809.92 in-state (complete 64 credit hour program, excludes flight labs) Non-resident: est. $18,521.60 (complete 64 credit hour program, excludes flight labs) Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 2001 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Sinclair CC (academics, A&P, Flight Attendant, Aircraft Dispatch, UAS), ASI Flight Academy (fixed-wing & helicopter) Specialized Program Accreditation: FAA Air Agency Certificate for A&P program. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Select UAS courses offer online options. FAA Certificate Offerings: A&P, Aircraft Dispatch, Fixed Wing PPL, IR, COMM SEL, SEL add-on & MEL, CFI, CFII, MEI, ATP, Helicopter PPL, IR, COMM, CFI, CFII Instruction offered under FAA part 141: All flight ratings listed above

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Ohio

Instruction conducted by: ASI Flight Academy Cost of Lab Fees: (all estimated) Private: $7,830.31; Commercial and Instrument: $29,087.81; CFIAirplane: $7,574.69; CFI-Instrument: $4,261.56; Multi-engine: $5,749.06; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $50,241.87; Non-flightAirframe and Powerplant: $360 Flight Hours at graduation: (Part 141) Minimum 245 (airplane) 228.5 (helicopter) Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: PSA Airline Pilot Cadet Program. Industry internship required for the Aviation Technology and UAS degrees. Aviation Affiliations: UAA, NBAA Articulation Agreements: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

*Airframe MX

A

71

*Powerplant MX

A

67

*Aviation Technology

A

64

*Professional Pilot/Airway Science

A

63-64

*Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

A

61

Aircraft Dispatcher

Certificate

24

**Airline Flight Attendant

Certificate

16

Programs

Enrollment

*One-year and short-term certificates available, Above degrees transfer to ERAU-Worldwide **Short-term certificate program, can be completed in one semester.

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The Ohio State University 2036 Neil Avenue, 228 Bolz Hall Columbus, OH 43210 Telephone: (614) 292-7339 Website: www.aviation.osu.edu Point of Contact: Matthew Dreher, Outreach and Recruitment Coordinator 2036 Neil Avenue, 228 Bolz Hall Telephone: (614) 292-2405 Email Address: Dreher.60@osu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (HLC/NCA), Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI) Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 66,046; Graduate 10,529 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 260 Graduate: n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, ACT, SAT, High School Ranking considered. Visit OSU Admissions site for specific information. Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $10,591 Non-resident: $29,695 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1917 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Engineering Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI) Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at time fo admission. Courses offered at Ohio State’s regional campuses. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI-A, CFII, MEI, ATP, RATP Instruction offered under FAA part 141: with examining authority Instruction conducted by: Institution

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Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $14500; Commercial and Instrument: $32,700 ; CFI-Airplane: $7,500; CFIInstrument: $3000; Multi-engine: $7,500; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $54,000 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 230; Average 250; Maximum 500 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Numerous internal and external scholarships available. Out of state students may be eligible for the National Buckeye Scholarship. Administration: Industry and Faculty Oversight Committees Aviation Affiliations: AABI, NBAA, NIFA, NGPA, OBAP, UAA, Career Eagles Aviation Initiative, Ohio Regional Business Aviation Association, AAAE, WIA Articulation Agreements: Cadet or Pipeline agreements with PSA Airlines, Piedmont Airlines, Envoy Air, Republic Airline, Cape Air, Skywest Airlines. Airport Operations Co-Ops available with the Columbus Regional Airport Authority Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Enrollment Hours

Air Transportation (Professional Pilot Specialization)

BA

124

50

Aviation Engineering (Professional Pilot Specialization)

BS

124

15

Air Transportation

BA

124

50

Aviation Engineering

BS

124

15

BS Business 121 Administration

30

Business Administration, Aviation Management Special Major Aviation Minor

Minor

17

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Oklahoma

UAA Institutional Members

Oklahoma State University 316 Willard Hall Stillwater, OK 74078 Telephone: (405) 744-5000 Website: www.okstate.edu Point of Contact: Jon Loffi 316 Willard Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078 Telephone: (405) 744-9892 Email Address: jon.loffi@okstate.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 26,000; Graduate 10,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 325 Graduate 75 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment, SAT, ACT Calendar System: Semester or Quarter Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: n/a Non-resident: n/a Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1987 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Education, Health and Aviation Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission, degrees offered at satellite locations, courses offered through distance learning FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), R-ATP Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147, Other 141 Examining Authority

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Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $n/a; Commercial and Instrument: $n/a; CFI-Airplane: $n/a; CFIInstrument: $n/a; Multi-engine: $n/a; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $n/a; Nonflight-Airframe and Powerplant: $n/a Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 250; Average 300; Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Co-Op education, Internship while enrolled, internship post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 35 Endowed Internships; Total Annual Value: $65,000; website: www.flyosu.okstate.edu Aviation Affiliations: AABI, NIFA, UAA, WAI, AAAE Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aerospace Security

BS

120

20

Aerospace Logistics

BS

120

20

Professional Pilot

BS

120

160

Technical Services Management

BS

120

55

Aviation & Space

MS

33

40

Flight Education

BSA

125

900

Applied Educational Studies: Aviation and Space

EdD

60

35

Programs

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Oklahoma

UAA Institutional Members

Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Aviation Sciences Institute 1405 N 4th Ave. PMB 4136 Durant, OK 74701-0609 Telehone: (580) 745-3252 Website: www.aviation.se.edu Point of Contact: Dr. Stanley Alluisi x3241 or George Jacox x3245 Email Address: salluisi@se.edu or gjacox@se.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Masters Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 2500; Graduate 230 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 150; Graduate 90 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $4,780 Non-resident: $11,690 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1967 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Massey School of Business Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Professional Pilot & Aviation Management Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Master’s degree Non-Traditional Offerings: Aviation Management programs @ Tinker AFB, Rose State College, OCCC FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multiengine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument) Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 & 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $4360; Commercial and Instrument: $23,440; CFI-Airplane: $3,450; CFIInstrument: $2,730; Multi- engine: $4,967; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $38,947 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 248; Average 300; Maximum 350

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Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 10; Total Annual Value: $26,000; website: http://homepages.se.edu/ aviation/costs/ scholarship-information/ Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: UAA, AABI, NBAA, NIFA, WAI Articulation Agreements: Oklahoma City Community College Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

*Aviation Studies

BS

55

70

**Flight Education

BS

64

75

*Aviation Mgmt with four options **Professional Pilot with Envoy Pipelines

Spartan College of Aeronautics & Technology 8820 E. Pine Street Tulsa, OK 74115 Telephone: (918) 831-5379 Website: www.spartan.edu Point of Contact: Craig Lindholm Email Address: clindholm@mail.spartan.edu [No additional information]

Tulsa Community College 801 East 91st Street Tulsa, OK 74132 Telephone: (918) 828-4089 Website: www.tulsacc.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Dr. Matthew Wise Email Address: matthew.wise@tulsacc.edu [No additional information]

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University of Oklahoma 1700 Lexington Ave., Norman, OK 73069 Telephone: (405) 325-7231 Website: www.aviation.ou.edu Point of Contact: Ken Carson or Shelly Ainsworth 1700 Lexington Ave. Norman, OK 73069 Telephone: (405) 325-7231 Email Address: kencarson@ou.edu or sainsworth@ou.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: 4 year public Research University Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission Highest Degree Offered: PHD Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 21,200; Graduate 3707 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 190 Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment/admissions.ou.edu Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $11,285 Non-resident: $26,777 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1947 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: PACS (Professional and Continuing Studies) Specialized Program Accreditation: ABBI (Aviation Accreditation Board International) Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: No FAA Certificate Offerings: Yes, (PPL, Instrument, Commercial, Multi, CFI, CFII and MEI)_ Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147, Instruction conducted by: Faculty & CFI Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $6240.00 ; Commercial $5581.00 and Instrument: $5873.00; CFI-Airplane: $3979.00; CFI- Instrument: $ 2625.00 ; Multi-engine: $ 8835.00 ; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $ 37.990.00 ; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: $ n/a Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 200; Average 250; Maximum 300; 69

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Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a; website: aviation.ou.edu Administration: Professional & Continuing Studies Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, NBAA, ATCA, WAI, UAA Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Professional Pilot

BS

125

108

Aviation Management Flying

BS

125

29

Aviation Management Non Flying

BS

125

36

Air Traffic Management

BS

125

15

Programs

Fly, Control, and Manage Like a Champion There are great aviation career opportunities besides just flying!

Air Traffic Management • Learn from OU Air Traffic Control Instructors who have real-world experience as former FAA or US Military Air Traffic Controllers • Experience ALL options of Air Traffic Control using full-scale Tower and Radar Simulation • Low instructor/student ratios and high quality at competitive tuition and fee rates • OU is a partner in the FAA AT-CTI Program Aviation Management (Non-Fly) • Gain the skills you need to hold key management positions in aviation/ aerospace • Option to participate in primary flight training • Take aviation classes and learn about flight operations at OU’s own Westheimer Airport Both concentrations are accredited by Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI) and include a General Business minor for no additional hours!

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Pennsylvania

UAA Institutional Members

Community College of Beaver County 125 Cessna Drive Monaca, PA 15061 Website: www.ccbc.edu Point of Contact: Dana Donati, Dean of Aviation Aviation Sciences Center 125 Cessna Drive Beaver Falls, PA 15010 Telephone: (724) 480-3617 Email Address: bill.pinter@ccbc.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 2,500; Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 327; Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,300 Out of County: $ 6,500 Non-resident: $9,800 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1967 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Aviation Sciences Center, Beaver County Airport Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument) Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Contractor Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $165/hr; Commercial and Instrument: $165/hr; CFI-Airplane: $165/hr; CFI- Instrument: $165/hr; Multi- engine: $325/hr; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $40,000

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Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 225; Average 250; Maximum 280 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 100; Total Annual Value: $700,000; Website: Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: AIAA, ATCA, NBAA, RAA, UAA Articulation Agreements: Geneva College, Clarion University, Franklin University, Southern Illinois University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Penn State, Robert Morris Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Air Traffic Control

AAS

70

90

Professional Pilot

AAS

63

220

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

AAS

65

20

Aerospace Management

AAS

61

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Marywood University 2300 Adams Avenue Scranton, PA 18509-1598 Telephone: (570) 348-6274 Website: www.marywood.edu Point of Contact: Name Joseph A. McDonald Email Address: Jmcdonald@maryu. marywood.edu [No additional information]

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Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics 5 Allegheny County Airport West Mifflin, PA 15122 Telephone: (412) 346-2100 Website: www.pia.edu Point of Contact: Steve Sabold P.O. Box 10897 Pittsburgh, PA 15236 Telephone: (412) 346-2122 Email Address: ssabold@pia.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Private - Not for profit Accreditation: ACCSC Highest Degree Offered: Associate in Specialized Technology Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 375 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 375 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Calendar System: Quarter Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $15,990; Non-resident: $15,990 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1929 Specialized Program Accreditation: ACCSC, FAA, Part 147 (Approved) Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Aviation Electronics Technology FAA Certificate Offerings: Aviation Maintenance Technology Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 147

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Instruction conducted by: PIA Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Aviation Affiliations: UAA Articulation Agreements: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Aviation Management

Associate in Specialized Technology

79

Enrollment

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Puerto Rico

UAA Institutional Members

Inter American University of Puerto Rico School of Aeronautics 500 Dr. John Will Harris Rd Bayamon, PR 00966 Telephone: (787) 279-1912 Website: www.interamerican.aero Point of Contact: Jorge E. Calaf, Dean of School of Aeronautics P O Box 9023952 San Juan, PR 00902-3952 Telephone: (787) 724-1912 Ext 2401 Email Address: jcalaf@bayamon.inter.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 4,300; Graduate 75 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 330; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, College Board Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $5,850; Non-resident: $5,850 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1985 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Deanship of Academic Affairs Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), MEI Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $9,600; Commercial and Instrument: $29.500; CFI-Airplane: $3,495; CFI- Instrument: $2,800; Multi- engine: Included in the Commercial and Instrument cost; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $50,300; www.uaa.aero

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 275; Average 300; Maximum 375 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: $2,000 Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ATCA, OBAP, UAA, WAI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS

125

325

Flight Education

BS

125

325

Programs

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South Dakota

South Dakota State University 1015 Campanile Ave Brookings, SD 57007 Telephone: (605) 688-5196 Website: www.sdstate.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Dr. Cody Christensen 143 Wagner Hall Telephone: (605) 688-4983 Email Address: cody.christensen@sdstate.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission Highest Degree Offered: B.S. Student Body: 12,527 Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 10,736; Graduate 1,791 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 90 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $16,570 (total cost) Non-resident: $19,810 (total cost) Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1999 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Education and Human Sciences; Department of Consumer Sciences Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International (Aviation Education Specialization) Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: n/a FAA Certificate Offerings: Private through MEI Instruction offered under FAA part 141: All courses Instruction conducted by: South Dakota State University

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Cost of Lab Fees: Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $72,200 includes Private through MEI and all check rides; Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 200; Average 400; Maximum 800 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 13; Total Annual Value: $16,000 aviation specific scholarships; website: https://www.sdstate.edu/consumersciences/aviation-jobsinternshipsopportunities Administration: n/a Aviation Affiliations: UAA Articulation Agreements: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Air Traffic Control

B

125

226

BA

125

121

Flight Education

B

120

60

Commercial Aviation

B

125

226

Unmanned Aircraft Systems

B

125

154

Airport Management

A

125

50

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

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Tennessee

UAA Institutional Members

Middle Tennessee State University MTSU Box 67 Murfreesboro, TN 37132 Telephone: (615) 898-2788 Website: www.mtsu.edu/aerospace Point of Contact: Wendy Beckman Telephone: (615) 898-2788 Email Address: mtsuaerospace@mtsu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: PhD Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 20,260; Graduate 2,470 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 670; Graduate 40 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, ACT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $8,200; Non-resident: $25,000 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1942 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Basic and Applied Sciences Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission; Courses offered through distance learning FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), MEI, A&P certificate, Dispatch Certificate Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Part 141, but not with examining authority Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $11,000; Commercial and Instrument: Instrument-$9,500; Commercial-$13,500; CFI-Airplane: $4,800; CFIInstrument: $1,500; Multi-engine: $4,700; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $38,900 (required courses only Pvt to Comm/Multi); Other: ATC has $1,800/per course lab fee (4 courses) www.uaa.aero

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 180; Average 220; Maximum; no maximum Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Co-op education, Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 40 Aerospace Department scholarships; Total Annual Value: $67,000 through Aerospace Dept; website: http://www.mtsu.edu/aerospace/scholarship.php Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AIAA, ATCA, ATEC, NBAA, NIFA, PAA, RAA, UAA, WAI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

*Aviation Maintenance Management

BS

132

102

*Aviation Administration

BS MS

BS-120 MS-36

BS-75 MS-40

*Professional Pilot

BS

120

348

*Flight Dispatch

BS

120

78

*Aerospace Technology

BS

120

46

*Unmanned Aerial Systems

BS

120

27

**Aviation

MS

36

**Online Program

Programs

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Texas

UAA Institutional Members

Baylor University One Bear Place #97413 Waco, TX 76798 Telephone: (254) 710-3563 Website: www.baylor.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Kelley Oliver Email Address: kelleyoliver@baylor.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACSCOC) Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral Student Body: Co-educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 14,316; Graduate 2,743 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 74 Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: n/a Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $41,194 Non-resident: $41,194 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1991 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Arts & Sciences Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: n/a FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-engine, CFI (airplane) Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private Pilot, Instrument, Commercial, CFI (airplane) Instruction conducted by: Baylor University and Texas State Technical College

www.uaa.aero

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled, pilot pipeline with airlines Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a ; website: www.baylor.edu/sfs Administration: n/a Aviation Affiliations: AABI, RAA, UAA, WAI Articulation Agreements: Yes, with Texas State Technical College (TSTC) Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Sciences - Air Traffic Control

BSA

136

3

Aviation Sciences/ Aircraft Dispatch

BSA

127

3

Aviation Sciences/ Professional Pilot

BSA

125

47

Aviation Administration

BSA

126

11

Aviation Sciences

Secondary Major

33

4

Aviation Sciences

Minor

18

4

Programs

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Texas

UAA Institutional Members

LeTourneau University 200 Airpark Dr., Longview TX 75603 Telephone: (903) 233-4200 Website: www.letu.edu Point of Contact: Mr. Fred Ritchey 200 Airpark Dr., Longview TX 75603 Telephone: (903) 233-4210 Email Address: Fredritchey@letu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Masters Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 1287; Graduate 55 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 193; Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT/ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $28,770 Non-resident: $28,770 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1956 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aviation and Aeronautical Science Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission. Aviation Management degree offered at satellite locations and online. FAA Certificate Offerings: Pilot- Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, MEI, CFI, CFII; Mechanic- A&P; Aircraft Dispatcher Instruction offered under FAA part: 141- self examining authority, 147

Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $16,350; Commercial and Instrument: $42,055; CFI-Airplane: $2,495; CFIInstrument: $1,865; Multi-engine: $11,665; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $58,405; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: $4,000 Flight Hours at graduation: Average 200-250 Opportunities: Co-Op, Internships, Cadet Program with Envoy and PSA, Bridge agreement with Skywest and Express Jet Scholarship/ Financial Aid: website: http://www.letu.edu/opencms/ opencms/_Admissions/financial-aid/ Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: UAA, IAMA, NATA, NIFA Articulation Agreements: Numerous agreements with community colleges Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Maintenance Science

B

127

31

Aviation Studies:

B

120

5

Mission Aviation

B

144

23

Professional Flight

B

127

65

Remotely Piloted Aircraft

A B

A-63 B-120

70

Aviation Management

A B

A-63 B-120

70

Programs

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Texas/ Utah

Texas A & M University – Central Texas 1001 Leadership Place Killeen, TX 76549 Telehone: (254) 867-2647 Website: www.tamuct.edu Point of Contact: James Fullingim Email Address: fullingim@tamuct.edu [No additional information]

Texas Southern University 3100 Cleburne Ave Houston, TX 77004 Telehone: (713) 313-7995 Website: www.tsu.edu Point of Contact: Dr. John Sapp Email Address: sapp_jb@tsu.edu [No additional information]

Texas State Technical College Waco 3801 Campus Drive Waco, TX 76705 Telehone: (254) 867-2600 Website: www.waco.tstc.edu Point of Contact: Angel Newhart Email Address: angel.newhart@tstc.edu [No additional information]

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Salt Lake Community College 2150 W. Dauntless Ave. SLC, Utah 84116 Telehone: (801) 957-2140 Website: www.slcc.edu/professionalpilot Point of Contact: Fiona Silcox Telehone: (801) 957-2144 Email Address: Fiona.Silcox@SLCC.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities Highest Degree Offered: Associate of Science Student Body: Co-Educational Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,568; Non-resident: $11,336 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1992 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: School of Technical Specialties Specialized Program Accreditation: Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Aerospace/ Aviation Technology Maintenance Aircraft Electronics

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

AAS

72

CP

17

Enrollment

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UAA Institutional Members

Utah

Utah State University

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at time of admission. *some restrictions FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Single-engine, Multi-Engine, CFI, CFII, MEI Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147 Instruction conducted by: Institution Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 215; Average 230; Maximum n/a Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 4; Total Annual Value: $4,400; website: aviation.usu. edu Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: NIFA, UAA, WAI, Articulation

6000 Old Main Hill Logan, UT 84321 Telephone: (435) 797-2758 Website: www.usu.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Aaron Dyches 2500 North 900 West Box 4 Logan, Utah 84321 Telehone: (435) 797-7897 Email Address: Aaron.Dyches@usu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 15,823; Graduate 1,130 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 243; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,332; Non-resident: $9,567 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1936 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Agriculture and Applied Science

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Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Maintenance / Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

AAS

69

96

Flight Education

AAS

70

99

Programs

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Utah

Southern Utah University 351 West University Blvd. Cedar City, UT 84720 Telephone: (435) 865-8148 Website: www.suu.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Sean Heiner 351 West University Blvd., BU 303D Cedar City, UT 84720 Telephone: (435) 865-8067 Email Address: seanheiner@suu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public University Accreditation: Northwest Commission for Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) Highest Degree Offered: Associate Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 6,279; Graduate 209 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 192 Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,675; Non-resident: $20,287 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 2013 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Department of Aviation Sciences Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Night Vision Goggle rotor-wing, Longline – rotor-wing, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Educational Certificates of Proficiency and Completion FAA Certificate Offerings:Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot, Flight Instructor, Flight Instructor Instrument – all of these in both rotorwing and fixed-wing, Multiengine Instructor Rating – only for fixed-wing, Remote Pilot Certificate for Unmanned Aircraft Systems.

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Instruction offered under Part 141: only fixed-wing Private Pilot, Instrument, and Commercial; Part 61:Rotor-wing_and other fixed-wing courses not already mentioned_ Instruction conducted by: Southern Utah University Cost of Lab Fees: See Fee Charts on SUU Aviation website – http://www.suu.edu/aviation These charts are found under the Pricing link of the main Aviation menu Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 192: fixedwing, 180: rotor-wing; Average 220; Maximum 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: nternship while enrolled, SkyWest Airlines Pilot Pathway Program Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a; website: https://www.suu. edu/finaid/aviation.html Administration: n/a Aviation Affiliations: University Aviation Association (UAA), Women in Aviation International (WAI), Utah Flight Training Consortium Articulation Agreements: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Professional Rotor-wing Pilot

AAS

69

96

Professional Fixed-wing Pilot

AAS

70

99

Unmanned Aircraft Operator

AAS

64

Programs

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Utah/ Vermont

UAA Institutional Members

Utah Valley University 1185 Mike Jense Parkway Provo, UT 84601 Telephone: (801) 863-7830 Website: www.FlyUVU.com Point of Contact: Ryan Tanner 1185 Mike Jense Parkway Provo, UT 84601 Telephone: (801) 863-7840 Email Address: aviation@uvu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities Highest Degree Offered: Master’s Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 35,000; Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 700 Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $2,826 Non-resident: Varies Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1988 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Health & Public Services Specialized Program Accreditation: Part 141, LOA for R-ATP Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Online option available for all degree offerings. Courses offered at satellite locations. Transfer credit granted for previously earned FAA fixed-wing pilot certificates. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, CFI, CFII, MEI Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141, 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution staff or affiliated school, depending on location Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $12,650; Commercial and Instrument: $38,060; CFI-Airplane: $Varies (paid per hour); CFI- Instrument: $Varies (paid per hour); Multi-engine: $14,885; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $65,595;

www.uaa.aero

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 250; Average 280 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled, CFI while enrolled Administration: Advisory Committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: UAA, WAI, NBAA, NIFA Articulation Agreements: All schools included in the Utah System of Higher Education Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Aviation Degrees

AAS/AS

120

Aviation Administration

BS

120

Professional Pilot

BS

120

Enrollment

Westminster College 1840 S 1300 East Salt Lake City, UT 84105 Telephone: (801) 488-4137 Web Address: www.westminster.edu Primary Contact: Gail Avendano Email Address: ganvendanowestminster college.edu [No additional information]

Vermont Technical College 201 Lawrence Place Williston, VT 05495 Telephone: (802) 879-2323 Web Address: www.vtc.edu Primary Contact: D. Smith Email Address: dsmith4@vtc.vsc.edu [No additional information]

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Virginia

Averett University 420 West Main Street Danville, VA 24541-3692 Telephone: (434) 791-5755 Website: www.averett.edu Point of Contact: Thomas Vick Email Address: thomas.vick@averett.edu [No additional information]

Hampton University 100 E. Queens St Hampton, VA 23668 Telephone: (757) 727-5418 Website: www.aviation.set.hamptonu.edu Point of Contact: Beverly Byrdsong Email Address: aviation@hamptonu.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 3,504; Graduate 893 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 96; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, SAT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $19,548; Non-resident: $19,548 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1987 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Engineering and Technology Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission; Degrees or courses offered at satellite locations; Courses offered through distance learning 83

University Aviation Association

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- Engine, CFI(airplane), CFI (instrument) Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Contractor Cost of Lab Fees: Private: Fees charges by flight school; Commercial and Instrument: Fees charges by flight school; CFI- Airplane: Fees charges by flight school; CFI- Instrument: Fees charges by flight school; Multi-engine: Fees charges by flight school; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $40,000; +lab fees: $250 air traffic control lab fee Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum n/a; Average 250; Maximum n/a Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Co-op education; Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a; website: n/a; Other info: Presidential Scholarship Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ATCA, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, UAA, WAI, AAAE Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Air Traffic Control

AS BS

AS-60 BS-120

AS-6 BS-19

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS

124

Flight Education

AS BS

AS-60 BS-120

AS-44 BS-21

Airport Administration

BS

120

9

*Air Traffic Control

AS

60

*Online Program

*Flight Education

AS

60

*Online Program

* Aviation Management, Airport Administration

BS

120

*Online Program

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Virginia

UAA Institutional Members

Liberty University 1971 University Blvd. Lynchburg, VA 24515 Telephone: (434) 582-2183 Website: www.liberty.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Mr. James Mashburn Email Address: jmashburn@liberty.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 14,500; Graduate 2,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 380 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $21,000; Non-resident: n/a

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

A-60 B-120

80

Aviation Studies

B

120

Flight Education

B

120

Enrollment

Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 2003 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: School of Aeronautics Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- Engine, CFI, CFII Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141, 147 Instruction conducted by: School of Aeronautics Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $14,000; Commercial and Instrument: $35,500; CFI-Airplane: $7,000; CFIInstrument: $4,000; Multi- engine: $6,500; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $56,000; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: $20,000 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 190; Average 240; Maximum 280 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: NIFA, UAA, WAI

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Washington

Central Washington University 400 East University Way Ellensburg, WA 98926-7515 Telehone: (509) 963-2378 Website: www.cwu.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Barbra Hodges, Aviation Secretary 400 East University Way, Ellensburg, WA 98926 Telehone: (509) 963-2364 Email Address: aviation@swu.edu21

University Aviation Association

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 220; Average 240; Maximum dependent on student progress Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Co-op education; Internship while enrolled; Internship post-graduate; Express JetAP3 and Horizon Air Direct Hire Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: Dependent on student FAFSA and other factors; Total Annual Value: Dependent on student FAFSA and other factors; website: www. cwu.edu/aviation/scholarships-and-grants; Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: NBAA, UAA, WAI

Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Schools Type of Credit Programs Degree Hours Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Aviation Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 11,479; Graduate 557 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Maintenance/ BS 91 Aircraft Program: Undergraduate 160; Graduate 0 Maintenance Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA Calendar System: Quarter Aviation Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $7,245 Management/ BS 124 Non-resident: $18,882 Airway Science Management Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1974 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Education and Professional Studies Specialized Program Accreditation: AABIcandidate Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument) Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 without Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Contractor Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $13,000; Commercial and Instrument: $25,500; CFI-Airplane: $6,500; CFIInstrument: [no information]; Multi-engine: $9,000; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $45,000-$54,000 depending on specialization; Non-flight- Airframe and Powerplant: n/a 85

Enrollment

160

160

Flight Education

BS

110

160

*Aviation Management

AS

91

*Online Program

*Aviation Maintenance Management

BS

91

*Online Program

Moody Aviation 6719 East Rutter Ave Spokane, WA 99212 Telehone: (254) 867-2600 Website: www.moody.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Jim Conrad Email Address: jim.conrad@moody.edu [No additional information]

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Washington

UAA Institutional Members

Walla Walla University 204 S College Ave College Place, WA 99324 Telephone: (509) 527-2615 Website: www.wallawalla.edu Point of Contact: Michael Gref 124 W Boeing Ave, Ste 3A Walla Walla, WA 99362 Telephone: (509) 527-2323 Email Address: michael.gref@wallawalla.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 1653; Graduate 182 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 45 Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Quarter Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $25,587; Non-resident: $25,587 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1967 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Department of Technology Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: Aviation Technology, Aviation Management Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Mission/Humanitarian

Flight Training FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- Engine, CFI (airplane), CFII, MEI Instruction offered under FAA part: 61 Instruction conducted by: Self Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $8,993; Commercial and Instrument: $21,978; CFI-Airplane: $7,793; CFIInstrument: $2,025; Multi- engine: $5,475; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $53,314 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 300; Average 550; Maximum 1,500 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled, Internship post Graduate, Co-op Education Aviation Affiliations: UAA Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Studies

B

192

20

A, B

192

20

Flight Education

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Wisconsin

Fox Valley Technical College 3601 Oregon Street Oshkosh, WI 54902 Telephone: (920) 232-6001 Website: www.fvtc.edu Point of Contact: Jared Huss, Aeronautics Pilot Training Telehone: (920) 232-6024 Email Address: huss@fvtc.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate n/a Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT; Completion of ACT or ACCUPLACER, High School Diploma or equivalent Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: varies for program; Non-resident: varies for program Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1991 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Technology Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Privates, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument)

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University Aviation Association

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141, 147, 61; Other: R-ATP qualified at the 1250 hr exemption Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: varies; Commercial and Instrument: varies; CFI-Airplane: varies; CFIInstrument: varies; Multi-engine: varies; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: varies; Nonflight-Airframe and Powerplant: n/a Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 271; Average n/a; Maximum n/a Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship post graduate; work study available to enrolled students Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: varies; Total Annual Value: varies Administration: Advisory Committee, Graduate Placement Service Aviation Affiliations: UAA Articulation Agreements: Contact institution for list. Comments: Cutting edge technology is used throughout the aviation programs. Pilot Training is FAA Approved under part 141, and we are also R-ATP qualified at the 1250-hour exemption. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

A

70

72

Avionics/ Electronics

A

72

36

Flight Education

A

70

32

Programs

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Wisconsin/ Canada

UAA Institutional Members

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh 800 Algoma Blvd Oshkosh, WI 54901 Telephone: (920) 424-0234 Website: www. oce.uwosh.edu/onlinedegree/ certificateprograms/aviation-management Point of Contact: Jacob Leichtnam 800 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh, WI 54901 Telephone: (920) 424-1463 Email Address: leichtnamj@uwosh.edu Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 12,623; Graduate 945 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 42 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: $360 per credit for online courses Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 2012 School/college division in which the aviation program is located: Online and Continuing Education (OCE) Specialized Program Accreditation: None Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes – 100% online Non-Traditional Offerings: Degree is designed for students that have an associates or technical diploma with and aviation emphasis Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147 Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $ n/a; Commercial and Instrument: $ n/a; CFI-Airplane: $ n/a; CFIInstrument: $ n/a; Multi-engine: $ n/a; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $ n/a; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: $ n/a

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Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a; website: https://oce.uwosh. edu/future-students/tuition-and-financial-aid/ Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: UAA, ATC, Talent Solutions Coalition Articulation Agreements: Fox Valley Technical College, Gateway Technical College Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

*Aviation Management

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

BA

120

*Online Program

Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology PO Box 60 443 Northern Avenue Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada P6A 5L3 Telephone: (705) 759-2554 x2518 Website: www.saultcollege.ca Point of Contact: Mr. John Porter, Professor Email Address: john.portas@saultcollege.ca [No additional information]

Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology 1750 Finch Avenue East Toronto, Ontario, Canada M2J 2X5 Telephone: (416) 491-5050 x44237 Website: www.senecacollege.ca Point of Contact: Lynne McMullen Email Address: lynn.mcmullen@senecacollege.ca [No additional information]

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Canada

Western University - University of Western Ontario Social Science Centre 4330 London, Ontario, Canada, N6A 5C2 Telephone: (519) 661-2051 Website: www.mos.uwo.ca/undergraduate/cam/ index.html Point of Contact: Joan Finegan, Associate Dean Social Science Centre 4330 London, Ontario, Canada, N6A 5C2 Telehone: (519) 661-2053 Email Address: finegan@uwo.ca Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Province of Ontario Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 23,139; Graduate 5514 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 115; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Grade 12 English, two grade 12 math courses, and three other grade 12 courses. Applicants need to fill out a supplementary application Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $8017 + 24629 (CDN) flight fees per year; Non-resident: $28,715 + 24629 (CDN) flight fees per year Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 1999 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: DAN Management and Organizational Studies, Social Science Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Multi Engine, Instrument. We offer an Integrated Commercial with Multi-Engine and Instrument Ratings in accordance with Transport Canada Canadian Aviation Regulations.

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Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Transport Canada Approved Integrated Commercial Pilot Course. Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) 406.75 – 406.77 and CARs Standard 426.75 – 426.77. Instruction conducted by: A partnership with Diamond Flight Centre London Inc. Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum: 190.0 hours; Average: 203.8 hours; Maximum: 224.1 hours. Total time Including FTD: Minimum 222.0 hours; Average: 289.6; Maximum: 318.5 hours. Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: rolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 8; Total Annual Value: $10,000; website: www.registrar.uwo.ca/student_finances/; www. mos.uwo.ca/undergraduate Aviation Affiliations: UAA Comments: The CAM council, composed of flight and non flight students, is very active. Last year they organized a charity jet plane pull, our annual banquet, speakers and tours of various flight facilities Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

*Aviation Management

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Bachelor of Management/ Organizational Studies

200

115

*Commercial Aviation Management with or without flight (Honors Specialization, Honors Double Major). The CAM program was developed in response to the needs of the Canadian aviation industry. The program provides a general business education with additional courses specifically related to aviation. Students can also work towards their integrated commercial pilots’ license. Whether pursuing a position as a pilot or a manager within the industry, the skills acquired in this program are highly sought in the aviation industry.

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Canada/ Germany

UAA Institutional Members

University of Waterloo PO Box 60 200 University Avenue West Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 3G1 Telephone: (519) 888-4567 Website: www. uwaterloo.ca/aviation.ca Point of Contact: Dr. Suzanne Kearns Email Address: suzanne.kearns@uwaterloo.ca [No additional information]

University of Applied Sciences Worms Erenburgerstr. 19 67549 Worms, Germany Telephone: +49 6241 5090 Website: www.hs-worms.de Point of Contact: Prof. Dr. Richard Klophaus Telephone: +49 6241 509375 Email Address: klophaus@hs-worms.de Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Other Highest Degree Offered: baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 3,500 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 250 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Numerus Clausus; The final grade for non-EU citizens will be calculated using the Bavarian formula Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: No tuition fee applies; only a semester contribution. Flight training totals to approximately €75,900 (only for Aviation Management & Piloting)

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 200 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: http://www.hs-worms.de/studieren/ unterstuetzung-und-beratung/finanzen/ Articulation Agreements: UAA Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

* Aviation Management

BA

210

30

** Aviation Management and Piloting

BS

180

30

Programs

*Offered in English only ** ATPL (A or H) included. German language skills are mandatory

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Pakistan/ Switzerland

University of Management and Technology C-II Johar Town, Lahore, Pakistan Telephone: 0092 42 35212816 Point of Contact: Membership Address: C-II Johar Town, Lahore. Telephone: 0092 3008430982 Email Address: ias.principal@umt.edu.pk Institutional Information Institution Type: University Accreditation: Aero-Bildung, Higher Education Commission (HEC) Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 450+ Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 450 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment: 150+ Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $11,400 Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 2011 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: UMT, Lahore Specialized Program Accreditation: Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: No FAA Certificate Offerings: No Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147 Instruction conducted by: Assistant Professors, Lecturers and Industry Professionals Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $ ; Commercial and Instrument: $ n/a ; CFI-Airplane: $ n/a; CFIInstrument: $; Multi-engine: $; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $; Non-flight-

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Airframe and Powerplant: $1,640 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 3; Total Annual Value: 50%; website: n/a Administration: n/a Aviation Affiliations: Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) Govt. of Pakistan, European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Higher Education Commission (HEC) Govt. of Pakistan Articulation Agreements: Turkish Aviation Academy (TAA) Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

B

126

350+

Aviation Studies

B

126

150+

Programs

Rockfield College of Management Rautistrasse 12, P O Box 620 Zurich, Switzerland CH-8040 Telephone: (4143) 534-6561 Website: www.rcmedu.ch Point of Contact: Dr. Jeremiah Agboola Email Address: admin@rcmedu.ch [No additional information]

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Spain

UAA Institutional Members

Centro de Estudios Superiores de La Aviacion P O Box 481, Reus 43201 Spain Telephone: +34 977 300 027 Website: www.cesda.com Point of Contact: Miquel Traveria P O Box 481, Reus 43201 Spain Telephone: +34 977 300 027 Email Address: mtraveria@gmail.com Institutional Information Institution Type: Public Accreditation: AQU Catalunya Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 100 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 80; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: University access requirements at the Spanish Universities Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: n/a

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Aviation Program Year aviation program established: 2001 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: CESDA college Specialized Program Accreditation: EASA & AQU Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Aviation Affiliations: UAA Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Aviation Maint./ Aircraft Maint. Mgt

B

120

Avionics/ Electronics

B

120

Flight Education

B

120

Programs

Enrollment

92


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Non-UAA Institution

UAA Institutional Members

Alabama Community College of the Air Force 100 South Turner Boulevard Montgomery, AL 36114 (334) 649-5000 www.au.af.mil/au/barnes/ccaf Enterprise State Community College at Ozark Alabama Aviation Center at Ozark 3405 Highway 231 South Ozark, AL 36360 www.escc.edu Jay Harbert, Division Director (334) 774-5113 x3692 jharbert@escc.edu

Ozarka College P O Box 10 Melbourne, AR 72556 www.fly.ozarka.edu Mr. Nicholas Lenczycki, Director of Aviation (870) 368-7926 nick.lenczycki@gmail.com

City College of San Francisco Aeronautics 50 Phelan Ave San Francisco, CA 94112 www.ccsf.edu Tanya Lyles, Chair (650) 821-0220 tlyles@ccsf.edu

Pulaski Technical College Aviation School 600 W Maryland Ave Sherwood, AR 72120 www.pulaskitech.edu Raymond Dubuc, Professor (501) 835-5420 aerospace@pulaskitech.edu

Cypress College 9200 Valley View St Cypress, CA 90630 www.cypresscollege.edu Kathleen Reiland, Chair (714) 484-7411 kreiland@cypresscollege.edu

Wallace State Community College 801 Main Street Northwest Hanceville, AL 35077 www.wallacestate.edu Bert Mackentepe, Department Head (256) 737-3040 bert.mackentepe@wallacestatx

Southern Arkansas University Tech 6415 Spellman Road Camden, AR 71701 www.sautech.edu Bill Archer, Aviation Program (879) 574-4593 barcher@sautech.edu

Arizona

California

Chandler-Gilbert Community College 2626 E Pecos Rd Chandler, AZ 85225 www.cgc.maricopa.edu Clarence Hutto, Division Chair (480) 988-8116

Antelope Valley College 3041 W Ave K Lancaster, CA 93536 www.avc.edu Jack Halliday, Professor, Aeronautics 616-722-6300 x6736 jhalliday@avc.edu

Prima Community College 1255 N Stone Ave Tucson, AZ 85709 www.pima.edu Thomas Hinman, Program Manager (520) 206-5907 thinman1@pima.edu

California State University Los Angeles 5151 State University Dr Los Angeles, CA 90032 www.calstatela.edu Dr. Keith Mew, Professor 323-343-4550 kmew@calstatela.edu

Arkansas Black River Technical College PO Box 468 Pocahontas, AR 72455 www.blackrivertech.org Norma Ashburn, Aviation Specialist (870) 248-4000, x 4151 normaa@blackrivertech.org

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Chaffey College 5885 Haven Ave Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737 www.chaffey.edu Russ Baty, Instructor (909) 652-6869 russell.baty@chaffey.edu

Gavilan Community College 5055 Santa Teresa Blvd Gilroy, CA 95020 www.gavilan.edu Travis Flippen, Instructor (408) 852-2818 tflippen@gavilan.edu Glendale Community College 1500 N Verdugo Rd Glendale, CA 91208 www.glendale.edu Scott Rubke, Div. Chair (408) 852-2818 x5541 srubke@glendale.edu Long Beach City College Aviation Department 1305 E Pacific Coast Hwy Long Beach, CA 90806 www.lbcc.edu Kenneth Tsuji, Instructor (562) 938-3216 ktsuji@lbcc.edu Mt. San Antonio College 1100 N Grand Ave Walnut, CA 91789 www.mtsac.edu Robert Rogus, Co-Chair 909-274-5006 rrogus@mtsac.edu

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Non-UAA Institution

California Palomar Community College 1140 W Mission Rd San Marcos, CA 92069 www.palomar.edu Paul Langston (760) 744-1150 x5241 plangston@palomar.edu Reedley College 995 N Reed Ave Reedley, CA 93654 www.reedleycollege.edu Jason Asman, Instructor (559) 638-3641 x3243 jason.asman@reedleycollege.edu Sacramento City College 3835 Freeport Blvd Sacramento, CA 95822 www.scc.losrios.edu Donnetta Webb, Dean (916) 558-2491 webbd@scc.losrios.edu San Bernardino Valley College 701 S Mt Vernon Ave San Bernardino, CA 92410 www.valleycollege.edu Allen Moore, Professor (909) 384-4400 x8270 almoore@sbccd.cc.ca.us San Diego Miramar College 10440 Black Mountain Road San Diego, CA 92126 www.sdmiramar.edu David Buser, Instructor (619) 388-7663 dbuser@sdccd.edu San Joaquin Valley College 4985 E Andersen Ave Fresno, CA 93727 (559) 453-0123 Solano Community College 4000 Suisun Valley Rd Fairfield, CA 94534 www.solano.edu Marie Morinec, Dean (707) 864-7155 maire.morinec@solano.edu

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West Los Angeles College 9000 Overland Ave Culver City, CA 90230 www.wlac.edu Jack Moy, Division Chair (310) 287-4514 moyjm@wlac.edu

Colorado

Delaware Wilmington University 320 N Dupont Hwy New Castle, DE www.wilmu.edu Audrey M. Parajon, Business Chair (302) 356-6746 audrey.m.parajon@wilmu.edu

Colorado Northwestern Community College Rabgely Campus 500 Kennedy Dr Rangely, CO 81648 www.cncc.edu Jason Krueger (970) 675-3223 Jason.krueger@cncc.edu

Florida

Redstone College- Denver 10851 W 120th Ave Broomfield, CO 80021 www.redstone.edu Tim Braa, Avionics Chair (303) 410-2469 tbraa@redstone.edu

Palm Beach State College 4200 S Congress Ave Lake Worth, FL 33461 www.palmbeachstate.edu Judy Maxwell, Aeronautical Science Department Chair (561) 868-3577 maxwelja@palmbeachstate.edu

Connecticut Naugatuck Valley Community College 750 Chase Pkwy Waterbury, CT 06708 (203) 575-8000 www.nv.edu Quinebaug Valley Community College 742 Upper Maple St Danielson, CT 06239 www.qvcc.edu Jayne Battye, Dean (860) 932-4050 jbattye@qvcc.commnet.edu Three Rivers Community Technical College 7 Mahan Drive Norwich, CT 06360 www.threerivers.edu Patrick Knowles, Chair (860) 215-9445 pknowles@trcc.commnet.edu

Eastern Florida State College 3865 N Wickham Rd Melbourne, FL 32935 www.easternflorida.edu Denise Johnson, Student Advisor (321) 433-7754 johnsonde@easternflorida.edu

University of Miami 1251 Memorial Drive #MEB205 Coral Gables, FL 33146 www.welcome.miami.edu P. Bevilauq (305) 284-2571 P.Bevilaqua@Miami.edu St. Petersburg College 6605 5th Ave N St Petersburg, FL 33710 www.spcollege.edu Lara Sharp, Program Director (727) 398-8256 sharp.lara@spcollege.edu Santa Fe College 3000 NW 83 St Gainesville, FL 32606 www.sfcollege.edu Louis Kalivoda (352) 271-2925 louis.kalivoda@sfcollege.edu

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UAA Institutional Members

Georgia Georgia Northwestern Technical College 127 Capitoline Drive N.E. Rome, GA 30165 www.gntc.edu Jon Byrd, Program Director (706) 802-5086 jbyrd@gntc.edu Central Georgia Technical College 3300 Macon Tech Dr Macon, GA 31206 www.centralgatech.edu Mike Pace, Program Chair (478) 218-3360 mpace@centralgatech.edu

Idaho Idaho State University 921 S 8th Ave Pocatello, ID 83201 www.isu.edu Gary Shipley, Program Coordinator (208) 232-8485 shipgary@isu.edu

Illinois Kishwaukee College 21193 Malta Rd Malta, IL 60150 www.kishwaukeecollege.edu Steve Durin, Program Coordinator (815) 825-2086 x2850 steve.durin@kishwaukeecollege.edu Lewis and Clark Community College 5800 Godfrey Rd Godfrey, IL 62035 www.lc.edu Alan Foster (618) 468-7000 acfoster@lc.edu Lincoln Land Community College 5250 Shepherd Rd. Springfield, IL www.llcc.edu Dave Pietrzak, Aviation Maintenance david.pietrzak@llcc.edu

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Rock Valley College 6349 Falcon Rd Rockford, IL www.rockvalleycollege.edu Mark Adolphson, Academic Chair (815) 921-3013 m.adolphson@rockvalleycollege.edu Southwestern Illinois College 201 N Church St Belleville, IL 62220 www.swic.edu Keith Mueller, Program Coordinator (618) 235-2700 Keith.mueller@swic.edu Vincennes University 1002 N 1st St Vincennes, IN 47591 www.vinu.edu Jason Ritchie, Chief Instructor (317) 328-7171 jritchie@vinu.edu Waubonsee Community College Route 47 Waubonsee Drive Sugar Grove, IL 60554 Kerri Wilson, Administrative Specialist (630) 466-7900 x2319 kwilson@waubonsee.edu

Iowa Indian Hills Community College 525 Grandview Avenue Ottumwa, IA 52501 www.indianhills.edu Darren Graham (641) 683-5232 dgraham@indianhills.edu Iowa Western Community College 2700 College Rd Council Bluffs, IA 51503 www.iwcc.edu Eugene Jedlicka, Program Chair (712) 325-3370 ejedlicka@iwcc.edu

Kansas Central Christian College of Kansas 1200 S Main St McPherson, KS 67460 www.centralchrustuan.edu Quinn Bowers, Aviation Instructor (620) 241-0723 quinn.bowers@centralchristian.edu Fort Hays State University 600 Park St www.fhsu.edu Kim Stewart, Executive Director (785) 628-4305 kstewart@fhsu.edu Hesston College 325 S College Dr Hesston, KS 67062 www.hesston.edu Amy Birdsell, Chief Flight Instructor (316) 283-6161 amy.birdsell@hesston.edu Wichita State University 845 Fairmount St Wichita, KS 67260 www.niar.twsu.edu John Tomblin, Executive Director (316) 978-5234 tomblin@niar.wichita.edu

Kentucky Somerset Community College 808 Monticello St Somerset, KY 42501 www.somerset.kctcs.edu David Deaton, Program Coordinator (606) 451-6772 davida.deaton@kctcs.edu

Louisiana Northwestern State University 175 Sam Sibley Dr Natchitoches, LA 71457 www.nsula.edu Austin Temple, Dean (318) 357-6699 temple@nsula.edu

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Non-UAA Institution

Louisiana Sowela Technical Community College 3820 Sen J Bennett Johnston Ave Lake Charles, LA 70615 www.sowela.edu Troy Fontenot (337) 421-6592 x4343 troy.fontenot@sowela.edu

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Northland Community & Technical College 1101 State Hwy 1 Thief River Falls, MN 56701 www.northlandcollege.edu Richard Chapman, Aviation Instructor (218) 683-8806 richard.chapman@northland college.edu

University of Louisiana at Monroe 700 University Ave Monroe, LA 71209 www.ulm.edu David King, Program Director (318) 342-1784 dking@ulm.edu

St. Cloud State University 720 4th Avenue South - HH 107 St. Cloud, MN 56301 www.stcloudstate.edu Dr. Steve Anderson SLAnderson@StCloudState.edu

Michigan

Hinds Community College 3925 Sunset Dr Jackson, MS 39213 www.hindscc.edu Marion Eifling, AMT Instructor (601) 857-3822

Lansing Community College 610 N Capitol Ave Lansing, MI 48933 www.lcc.edu Mark Cosgrove, Program Director (517) 483-1345 cosgrom1@lcc.edu Northern Michigan University 1401 Presque Isle Ave Marquette, MI 49855 www.nmu.edu Michael Andary, Assistant Professor (906) 227-1573 mandary@nmu.edu

Minnesota Inver Hills Community College 2500 80th St E Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076 www.inverhills.edu Anand Vyas (651) 450-3668 AVyas@inverhills.mnscu.edu Lake Superior College 2101 Trinity Rd Duluth, MN 55811 www.lsc.edu Dan Traska, Interim Director (218) 733-7737 daniel.traska@lsc.edu

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Mississippi

Northwest Mississippi Community College 1310 Belk Blvd Oxford, MS 38655 www.northwestms.edu Calvin Cooper, Program Director (662) 280-6183 ccooper@northwestms.edu

Missouri Linn State Technical College One Technology Dr Linn, MO 65051 www.statetechmo.edu Robert Grosvenor, Chair (573) 897-5199 robert.grosvenor@statetechmo.edu

Nebraska Grace University 1311 S 9th St Omaha, NE 68108 www.graceuniersity.edu Joel Padin, Program Director (402) 449-2829 jpadin8451@graceu.edu

Western Nebraska Comm College 371 College Dr Sidney, NE 69162 www.wncc.edu Jon Leever, Aviation Instructor (308) 254-7448 leeverj@wncc.edu

New Hampshire Daniel Webster College 20 University Drive Nashua, NH 30630 www.dwc.edu Glenn Carter GCarter@dwc.edu New Hampshire Community Technical College - Nashua 505 Amherst St Nashua, NH 03063 www.nashuacc.edu Bob Donadio, Aviation Professor (603) 578-8900 x1761 bdonadio@ccsnh.edu

New Mexico Northland Community & Technical College 13892 Airport Drive Thief River Falls, NM 56701 www.northlandcollege.edu Curtis Zoller Curtis.Zoller@Northland College.edu

New Jersey County College of Morris 214 Center Grove Rd Randolph, NJ 07869 www.ccm.edu Venancio Fuentes, Chair vfuentes@ccm.edu

New York Farmingdale State College 2350 Broad Hollow Rd Farmingdale, NY 11735 www.farmingdale.edu Michael Trzaska, CFI (631) 420-2532 trzaskm@farmingdale.edu College Aviation Guide


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UAA Institutional Members

New York

Oklahoma

Schenectady County Community College 78 Washington Ave Schenectady, NY 12305 www.sunnysccc.edu Tania Cabrera, Associate Professor (518) 381-1328 cabrert@sunysccc.edu

Western Oklahoma State College 2801 N Main St Altus, OK 73521 www.wosc.edu Jeri Dulaney, Dean (580) 477-7767 jeri.dulaney@wosc.edu

North Carolina

Central Oregon Comm College 2600 NW College Way Bend, OR 97701 www.cocc.edu Karl Baldessari, Program Coordinator (541) 318-3702 kbaldessari@cocc.edu

Guilford Technical Comm College 601 E Main St Jamestown, NC 27282 www.home.gtcc.edu Joseph Badick, Instructor (336) 334-4822 x59004 jrbadick@gtcc.edu

North Carolina Robeson Community College 5160 Fayetteville Rd Lumberton, NC 28360 www.robenson.edu Louis Mclntyre, Chair Math/Science (910) 272-3381 lmcintyre@robeson.edu

Ohio Cincinnati State Technical 3520 Central Pkwy Cincinnati, OH 45223 www.cincinnatistate.edu Austin Weichold, Instructor (513) 569-4974 austin.weichold@cincinnatistate.edu Columbus State Comm College 550 E Spring St Columbus, OH 43215 www.cscc.edu Jeffrey Gruber, Associate Professor (614) 287-7105 jgruber@cscc.edu University of Cincinnati Clermont College 4200 Clermont College Drive Batavia, OH 45103 www.ucclermont.edu Point of Contact: Eric Radtke Eric.Radtke@uc.edu www.uaa.aero

Oregon

Greenville Technical College 506 S Pleasantburg Dr Greenville, SC 29607 www.gvtec.edu James Crocker, Program Coordinator (864) 422-1762 James.Crocker@gvltec.edu Trident Technical College

7000 Rivers Ave North Charleston, SC 29406 (843) 574-6111 www.tridenttech.edu Barry Franco, Dean

(843) 574-6796 barry.franco@tridenttech.edu South Dakota

Lane Community College 4000 E 30th Ave Eugene, OR 97405 www.lanecc.edu Paul Lancaster, Instructor (541) 463-4316 lancasterp@lanecc.edu

Lake Area Technical Institute 1201 Arrow Ave NE Watertown, SD 57201 www.lakereatech.edu Michael Cartney, President (605) 882-5284

Portland Community College 12000 SW 49th Ave Portland, OR 97219 www.pcc.edu Larry Altree, Department Chair (971) 722-7457 laltree@pcc.edu

Christian Brothers University 650 East Parkway South Memphis, TN 38104 www.cbu.edu Dr. Eric Welch (901) 321-3425 ewelch@cbu.edu

Pennsylvania

North Central Institute 168 Jack Miller Blvd Clarksville, TN 37042 www.nci.edu John McCurdy (931) 431-9700 jmccurdy@nci.edu

Pennsylvania College of Technology 1 College Ave Williamsport, PA 17701 www.pct.edu Jim Doebler, Associate Professor (570) 320-2400 x3629 jdoebler@pct.edu

South Carolina Bob Jones University 1700 Wade Hampton Blvd Greenville, SC 29614 (864) 242-5100 www.bju.edu

Tennessee

Southwest Tennessee Community College 737 Union Ave Memphis, TN 38103 www.southwest.tn.edu Tennessee State University 3500 John A. Merritt Boulevard Nashville, TN 37209 www.tnstate.edu (615) 963-5000

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Texas Amarillo College 1314 S Polk St Amarillo, TX 79101 www.actx.edu James Faustina, Instructor (806) 335-4381 j0451071@actx.edu Del Mar College 101 Baldwin Blvd Corpus Christi, TX 78404 www.delmar.edu Christopher Burnette, Instructor (361) 698-2721 cburnette@delmar.edu Hallmark University 8901 Wetmore Rd San Antonio, TX 78216 www.hallmarkuniversity.edu Randy Chapko, Program Chair (210) 690-9000 x116 rchapko@hallmarkuniversity.edu Central Texas College

PO Box 1800 Killeen, TX 76540 www.ctcd.edu Curtis.Gibson@CTCD.edu Lee College 200 Lee Dr Baytown, TX 77520 www.lee.edu Layton Childress, Dean (281) 425-6440 lchildress@lee.edu Palo Alto College 1400 W Villaret Blvd San Antonio, TX 78224 www.alamo.edu John Aken, Department Advisor (210) 486-3077 jaken1@alamo.edu San Jacinto College 8060 Spencer Hwy Pasadena, TX 77505 www.sanjac.edu Travis Barker travis.barker@sjcd.edu

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St. Philips College 1801 Martin Luther King Dr San Antonio, TX 78203 www.alamo.edu Rod Cotter (210) 486-7201 rcotter@alamo.edu

Everett Community College 2000 Tower St Everett, WA 98201 www.everettcc.edu Dana Prigmore, Program Specialist (425) 388-9584 dprigmore@everettcc.edu

Tarrant County College District 1500 Houston St Fort Worth, TX 76102 www.tccd.edu Joseph McCourt, Aviation Director (817) 515-7250 joseph.mccourt@tccd.edu

Green River Community College 12401 SE 320th St Auburn, WA 98092 www.greenriver.edu George Comollo (253) 833-9111 x4336 gcomollo@greenriver.edu

Texas State Technical College - Harlingen North N Street Harlingen, TX 78550 www.tstc.edu Thomas Cross, Instructor (956) 364-4787

South Seattle Community College 6000 16th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98106 www.southseattle.edu Wendy Nagasawa (206) 934-5311 wendy.nagasawa@seattle colleges.edu

Virginia Aviation Institute of Maintenance

4455 South Blvd Virginia Beach, VA 23452 www.aviationmaintenance.edu Blue Ridge Community College 1 College Ln Weyers Cave, VA 24486 www.community.brcc.edu Fred Dyen, Professor (540) 453-2306 dyenf@brcc.edu

Washington Big Bend Community College 7662 Chanute St NE Moses Lake, WA 98837 www.bigbend.edu John Gillespie, Chief Flight Instructor (509) 793-2246 johng@bigbend.edu Clover Park Technical College 4500 Steilacoom Blvd SW Lakewood, WA 98499 www.cptc.edu Greg Doyon, Instructor greg.doyon@cptc.edu

Spokane Community College 1810 N Greene St Spokane, WA 99217 www.scc.spokane.edu Karl Bawden (509) 533-8494 karl.bawden@scc.spokane.edu

West Virginia Aviation Institute of Maintenance

4455 South Blvd Virginia Beach, VA 23452 www.aviationmaintenance.edu Wisconsin Gateway Technical College 3520 30th Ave Kenosha, WI 53144 www.gtc.edu Bryan Albrecht, President (262) 564-3610 albrechtb@gtc.edu

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Non-UAA Institution

UAA Institutional Members

International Griffith University GPO Box 3040 Brisbane 4001 Australia +617 3735 6425 www2.griffith.edu.au Swinburne University of Technology PO Box 218 Mail H38 Hawthorn VIC 3122 Australia +61 3 9214 8444 www.swinburne.edu.au Pontificia University Catolica Do RS Rua Marques São Vicente 225 Rio de Janeiro 22453-900 Brazil +55 21 3527 1577 www.pucrs.br Concordia University MB 12-125, 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W. Montreal QC Canada +1 514-848-2424 www.concordiaeducation.org Confederation College 1450 Nakina Drive Thunder Bay ON P7C 4W1 Canada +1 807-475-6110 www.confederationcollege.ca CQFA (Centre quebecois de formatiion aeronautique) 112 Ave De Yonge Crescent Point-Claire, Quebec H9R 2L9 Canada +1 866-833-2114 www.cqff.com Georgian College 1450 8th Street East, Box 700 Owen Sound, Ontario N4K 5R4 Canada +1 705-728-1968 www.georgiancollege.ca

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Universidad Federico Santa Maria Escuela de Vuelo AeroSantaMaría Av. Santa María 6.400 - Vitacura Santiago, Chile +56 32 2277 773 www.aerosantamaria.cl Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics 29 Yudao Street Nanjing 210016, PR China regmi@nuaa.edu.cn www.iao.nuaa.edu.cn Korea Aerospace University 76, Hanggongdaehang-ro, Deogyang-gu, Goyang-si Gyeonggi-do 412-791 Korea +82 2 300 0451 www.hangkong.ac.k Modern College of Business & Sciences PO 133 Muscat 100 133 Oman +968 24 583583 www.mcbs.edu.om Lahore School of Aviation, University of Lahore UOL, Raiwand Road Lahore 34000 Pakistan +92 42 111-865-865 info@uol.edu.pk

Campus Universitario Aeronautico Carretera de Segovia s/n 47012 Valladolid, Spain + 983228505 www.uemc.edu United Tanzania Aeronautics College PO Box 62050 Dar es Saalam 255 Tanzania +255 22 284 4000 www.utac.ac.tz Girne American University University drive Girne Mersin 10 Turkey +90 392 650 20 00 www.gau.edu.tr Kocaeli University Kocaeli izmit Kocaeli 41000 Turkey +90 262 303 10 00 www.kocaeli.edu.tr Yeditepe University Ticari Bilimler Faculty 203 Kayisdag Istanbul, Turkey + 90-216-578-0972 www. yeditepe.edu.tr London Metropolitan University Centre for Civil Aviation 166-220 Holloway Rd Holloway, London N7 8DB, United Kingdom +44 20 7423 0000 www.londonmet.ac.uk

Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá Aeropuerto Internacional Miguel A. Gelabert Hangar 11B Albrook, Panama +507 560 3179 www.alas.ac.pa Prince Sultan University PO Box 66833, Rafha Street Riyadh 11586 Saudia Arabia (1196611) 494-8537 www.psu.edu

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Wallace State Community College - Hanceville

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Black River Technical College

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Henderson State University

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Ozarka College

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Pulaski Technical College Aviation School

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Southern Arkansas University Tech

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City College of San Francisco Aeronautics

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Cypress College

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Gavilan Community College

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Glendale Community College

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Long Beach City College

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Mt. San Antonio College

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Orange Coast College

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Pacific Union College

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Palomar Community College

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Reedley College

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Sacramento City College

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San Bernardino Valley College

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San Diego Christian College

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San Diego Miramar College

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San Jose State University

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Rocky Mountain College

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Southern University at Shreveport

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Bridgewater State University

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Andrews University

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CUNY Aviation Institute at York College

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Farmingdale State College

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Inter American University of Puerto Rico - Bayamon

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Bob Jones University

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Greenville Technical College

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Lake Area Technical Institute

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South Dakota State University

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Trident Technical College

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Christian Brothers University

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Del Mar College

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Hallmark University

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Lee College

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Tarrant County College District

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Texas A&M University – Central Texas

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Texas Southern University

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Texas State Technical College - Waco

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Green River Community College

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Moody Bible Institute

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South Seattle Community College

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Walla Walla University

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2018 Collegiate Aviation Guide  

Seventh Edition Reference of Collegiate Aviation Programs 100+ Colleges and Universities Offering Aviation Majors

2018 Collegiate Aviation Guide  

Seventh Edition Reference of Collegiate Aviation Programs 100+ Colleges and Universities Offering Aviation Majors