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COLLEGIATE AVIATION GUIDE Reference of Collegiate Aviation Programs SIXTH EDITION

UNIVERSITY AVIATION ASSOCIATION EDITORIAL TEAM Dawn Vinson, Executive Director Mary Chandler, Advertising Coordinator David McAlister, Layout and Production Specialist Emerald Media, Survey Specialists University Aviation Association 2415 Moore’s Mill Road Suite 265-216 Auburn, AL 36830 (334) 528-0300 uaamail@uaa.aero

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All rights reserved. No part of the Collegiate Aviation Guide may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means include photocopying, recording, or by information storage and retrieval systems without permission in writing from the publisher. Additional copies may be obtained by writing to the University Aviation Association at the address below. Copyright @ 2016 University Aviation Association 2415 Moore’s Mill Road Suite 265-216 Auburn, AL 36830 (334) 528-0300 Email: uaamail@uaa.aero Web address: www.uaa.aero ISBN 0-9678602-3-7

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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 2016 edition of the Collegiate Aviation Guide. The Guide is a directory of departments in the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada 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 Aims Community College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 ALPA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Baylor University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 California Baptist University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Empire Airlines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 ERAU-Daytona Beach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22, 92 FAPA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Frasca International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Henderson State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 HotSeat Chassis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Kent State University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Middle Georgia State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 www.uaa.aero

Regional Airline Association (RAA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 California Aeronautical University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Simulate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Southern Illinois University Carbondale . . . . . . . . . 30 Southern Utah University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Spartan College. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Talon Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 The University of Oklahoma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 University of North Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 UNO Aviation Institute. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Upper Limit Aviation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

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GENERAL INFORMATION

University Aviation Association

General Information

The 2016 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 other countries. 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. For additional information, visit the UAA Web site at www.uaa.aero or call the organization at (334) 528-0300.

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University Aviation Association University Aviation Association

ABBREVIATIONS Certifications/Ratings A&P.............. Airframe and Powerplant ATP............... Air Transport Pilot CFI................ Certified Flight Instructor Airplane CFII............... Certified Flight Instructor Instrument CFIME........... Certified Flight Instructor Multi-engine Comm........... Commercial Instrument Inst............... Instrument ME................ Multi-engine MEComm..... Multi-engine Commercial Priv............... Private Rec............... Recreational SEComm...... Single Engine Commercial Associations AAAE............. American Association of Airport Executives AABI.............. Aviation Accreditation Board International AAE............... Association for Avionics Education AEA............... Aircraft Electronics Association AHP............... Alpha Eta Rho AIAA.............. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics ATEC............. Aviation Technical Education AOPA............. Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association ATCA............. Air Traffic Control Association EAA............... Experimental Aircraft Association FAA............... Federal Aviation Administration HAI................ Helicopter Association International HMΣ.............. Eta Mu Sigma IATA............... International Air Transport Association NAAA............ National Agricultural Aviation Association NATA............. National Air Transportation Association NBAA............ National Business Aviation Association NCAE............ National Coalition for Aviation Education NGPA............ National Gay Pilots Association NIFA.............. National Intercollegiate Flying Association OBAP............ Organization for Black Airline Pilots PAMA............ Professional Aviation Maintenance Association RAA............... Regional Airline Association UAA............... University Aviation Association WAI............... Women in Aviation, International Aviation Degrees A ................... Associate Acft............... Aircraft Arwy.............. Airway Avn............... Aviation B . ................. Baccalaureate C . ................. Certificate D Doctorate M.................. Master’s Maint............ Maintenance Mgt............... Management O Other Sci................ Science Other n/a............... Not available

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OHIO CONTENTS

Contents Introduction.............................................................................. 5 General Information................................................................. 6 Abbreviations............................................................................ 7 About the University Aviation Association.............................. 9

State Listings by Page

Alabama..............................................................................10 Alaska.................................................................................10 Arizona................................................................................11 Arkansas.............................................................................15 California.............................................................................15 Colorado.............................................................................19 Delaware.............................................................................21 Florida.................................................................................23 Georgia...............................................................................26 Hawaii...............................................................................N/A Illinois..................................................................................27 Indiana................................................................................31 Iowa.....................................................................................32 Kansas................................................................................35 Kentucky.............................................................................35 Louisiana............................................................................36 Maryland.............................................................................37 Massachusetts...................................................................39 Michigan.............................................................................40 Minnesota........................................................................... 41 Mississippi..........................................................................43 Missouri..............................................................................44 Montana.............................................................................46 Nebraska............................................................................ 47 Nevada................................................................................49 New Hampshire..................................................................50 New Jersey..........................................................................52 New Mexico......................................................................N/A New York.............................................................................52 North Carolina....................................................................55 North Dakota......................................................................55 Ohio.....................................................................................57 Oklahoma...........................................................................59 Pennsylvania......................................................................63 Puerto Rico.........................................................................65 South Dakota......................................................................65 Tennessee..........................................................................66 Texas...................................................................................67 Utah.....................................................................................69 Vermont..............................................................................73 Virginia................................................................................ 74 Washington......................................................................... 76 West Virginia.....................................................................N/A Wisconsin...........................................................................77 UAA Institutional Listings (outside continental U.S.) Canada................................................................................78 Germany.............................................................................79 Pakistan..............................................................................79 Spain...................................................................................80 Switzerland.........................................................................80 Non - UAA Institutional Listings......................................... 82 Alphabetical Listing with Options and Degrees............... 88

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University Aviation Association

Who is UAA? The University Aviation Association (UAA) is the voice of collegiate aviation education to its members, the industry, government and the general public. Through the collective expertise of its members, this nonprofit organization plays a pivotal role in the advancement of degree-granting aviation programs that represent all segments of the aviation industry. Today, UAA has more than 500 members, including approximately 105 institutions. 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.

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

Vision A professional association and unifying voice for promoting, and furthering aviation education as a collegiate academic discipline.

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 collegiate aviation education, the aviation industry, and government agencies To be an open forum for all collegiate aviation education

Objectives • • • • • • •

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 and 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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ALABAMA | ALASKA

Auburn University 700 Airport Road, Auburn University, AL 36849-0001 Telephone: (334) 844-5466 Website: www.auburn.edu

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 2811 Merrill Field Drive, Anchorage, AK 99501 Telephone: (907) 786-7200 E-mail 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 credit hrs); Non-resident: $20,000 (30 credit hrs)

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1975 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Community and Technical College Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below 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, MultiEngine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), A&P

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University Aviation Association

Point Of Contact: Mr. F. Dale Watson

Address: 700 Airport Road, Auburn University, Al 36849-0001 Telephone: (334) 844-5766 E-mail Address: watsofd@auburn.edu [No information]

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 without Examining Authority 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; Multiengine: $9,000; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $53,000 through Commercial Instrument & Multieng; Non-flightAirframe and Powerplant: $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 Articulation Agreements: [not submitted]

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Air Traffic Control Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Management

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

Type of Degree Credit Hours AAS 62 AAS AAS Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic – 103 Cert Airframe OR Powerplant Mech – 60; Cerf Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic – 88 AAS and BS

AAS-60 BS-120

Enrollment Remarks 55 55

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ARIZONA

University Aviation Association

Arizona State University 7442 E. Innovation Way North Mesa, AZ 85212 Telephone: (480) 727-1595 Website: http://poly.engineering.asu.edu/aviation/ Point of Contact: Mary Niemczyk, PhD Address: 7442 E. Innovation Way North, Mesa, AZ 85212 Telephone: (480) 727-1595 E-mail Address: mary.niemczyk@asu.edu

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 400; Average 1,000; Maximum Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: [No information]; 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

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 below Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, MultiEngine, 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 and Powerplant: [No information]

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Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Air Traffic Control Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management Aviation Management and Human Factors Flight Education

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

Type of Degree BS, Aeronautical Management Technology BS, Aeronautical Management Technology MS BS, Aeronautical Management Technology BS, Aeronautical Management Technology

Credit Hours

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ARIZONA

University Aviation Association

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 E-mail 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 per credit hour; Non-resident: $250.00 per 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 and RAFT LOA

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 E-mail Address: merktj@erau.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: [No information] 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 below Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission www.uaa.aero

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: [No information] FAA Certificate Offerings: PAR, CAX, IRA, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI, ATP Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, Other Instruction conducted by: Cochise Community 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. Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a; Website: [No information] Administration: [No information] Aviation Affiliations: RAA and WAI Articulation Agreements: Embry-Riddle and Arizona State University Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Aircraft Dispatcher AGS Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS, Aeronautical Management Technology

Flight Education

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Credit Hours

Enrollment

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FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, MultiEngine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), R-ATP, Rotorcraft Instruction offered under FAA part 141 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $15,300; Commercial and Instrument: $36,800; CFI-Airplane: $ 12,800; CFI- Instrument: Incl. w/CFIairplane; Multi-engine: incl w/Commercial Rating; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $52,100; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: n/a 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; Website: [No information] Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: AABI, NBAA, NIFA, UAA, WAI, ALPA Articulation Agreements: [No information] Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

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Aeronautical Science: Fixedwing or Helicopter Flight, Flight Education

BS

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Aeronautics

BS

120

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Programs Air Traffic Control Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

Remarks

A degree in Aviation Business Administration is offered through the College of Arts and Sciences.

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You Aspire

Dreams drive each of us. Whether you want to be a professional pilot, manage aviation maintenance or combine the business and flying aspects of aviation, your ambitions can become a reality at Henderson State University.

We Empower

At Henderson, we empower you with the tools to excel. Our students have access to top-notch flight simulators and aircraft, as well as internships with airlines, major airports, and corporate flight departments. In fact, Henderson State University aviation students have the exclusive opportunity to complete internships with Tyson Foods. Our aviation school is also FAA–approved to certify qualified graduates for the R-ATP Certificate, which means our graduates are eligible to fly for airlines with only 1,000 flight hours instead of 1,500.

You Achieve

A student-centered focus makes Henderson more than a university. We’re a community that prepares you for a successful career and life. Through an agreement with ExpressJet Airlines, our aviation students have a clear pathway from school to a career as an airline pilot.

Visit hsu.edu/aviation to learn how Henderson State can help transform your dreams into a lifetime of achievement. Arkadelphia 800-228-7333 hsu.edu/aviation Alex Kieffer

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ARKANSAS | CALIFORNIA

University Aviation Association

Henderson State University Hsu Box 7611 Arkadelphia, AR 71999-0001 Telephone: (870) 230-5012 Website: www.hsu.edu

Ozarka College P O Box 10 Melbourne, AR 72556 Telephone: (870) 368-7926 Website: fly.ozarka.edu

Point of Contact: Mr. Nicholas Lenczycki, Director of Aviation Address: P O Box 10, Melbourne, Ar 72556 Telephone: (870) 368-7926 E-mail Address: nick.lenczycki@gmail.com

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Assn of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 1,326 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate Program begins Fall 2015 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open-door admission policy Calendar System: Semester or Quarter Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $2,562; Non-resident: $5,551

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2015

California Aeronautical University 5777 Olivas Park Drive, Ventura, CA 93003 Telephone: (805) 339-6370 Website: SBBCollege.edu

Point of Contact: Matthew Johnston

5777 Olivas Park Drive, Ventura, CA 93003 Telephone: (805) 339-6370 E-mail Address: MattJ@SBBCollege.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 1,077; Graduate 11 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 8; Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: High School Diploma or GED Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: n/a Non-resident: n/a

Aviation Program www.uaa.aero

School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Aviation Specialized Program Accreditation: [No information] Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: Flight Education-Prof Pilot Online Aviation Programs: No FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147, Other Pending Prt 141 approval Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $6,067.50 Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $ 6,067. Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Grants, loans, scholarships, and work study Articulation Agreements: Students who have earned an Associate of Science in Professional Pilot-Aviation from Ozarka College will be admitted to the Bachelor of Science in Aviation – Professional Pilot Track upon admission to Henderson State University, subject to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requirements.

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Flight Education

Credit Type of Degree Hours AS 61

Enrollment Remarks n/a Prof Pilot

Year aviation program established: 2014 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Aviation Specialized Program Accreditation: BPPE Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below 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, MultiEngine, CFI(airplane), CFI(instrument) Instruction offered under FAA: n/a Instruction conducted by: Institution, Contractor

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Studies

Type of Degree AS

Credit Hours 1140

Flight Education

AS

1140

Online Aviation Degree Programs

Aviation Studies

AS

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Enrollment 8

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CALIFORNIA

California Baptist University

University Aviation Association

Institutional Information

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.

Aviation Program

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs

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 E-mail Address: dprather@calbptist.edu; kroper@albaptist.edu

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 Year aviation program established: 2013 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Business Specialized Program Accreditation: Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below 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, MultiEngine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), MEI Instruction offered under FAA: 61, Pursuing Part 141 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $12,350 ; Commercial and Instrument: $30,950; CFI-Airplane: $8,000; CFI- Instrument: $4,100; Multiengine: $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

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Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

BS

124

16

Flight Education: Aviation Flight Major

BS

124

72

Unmanned Systems: Aviation Unmanned Systems major

BS

124

Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management: Aviation Management major

Remarks

Fall 2016

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CALIFORNIA

University Aviation Association

San Diego Christian College 200 Riverview Parkway Santee, CA 92071 Telephone: (619) 201-8758 Website: www.sdcc.edu

Point of Contact: Dr. John Marselus

E-mail 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

$ 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-grantsand-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. San Diego is an amazing training area with weather and opportunity unlike any other. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours 124-128 for degree; 49-65 for aviation courses

Enrollment

Year aviation program established: 1970 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Science Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below 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, MultiEngine, 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 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; Multi-engine: $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:

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

San Jose State University

Point of Contact: Dr. Seth P. Bates

One Washington Square, San Jose, CA 95192-0061 Telephone: (408) 924-3190 Website: www.engr.sjsu.edu/avtech

www.uaa.aero

BS

Flight Education

BS

124-128 for degree; 49-65 for aviation courses

Aviation Management courses

n/a

12

45

3

Remarks

Pilots wishing to comply with FAR 61.160 Reduced Aeronautical Experience must take 60 of the approved units.   SCD currently offeres Aviatiion degree emphasis in Missionary, Military, and Commercial aviation. Starting 2015-2016 we will be offering certification courses in UAS theory and flight. We will be expanding to include traditional aviation technology courses 2015-16

One Washington Square San Jose, CA 95192-0061 Telephone: (408) 924-3190 E-mail Address: seth.bates@sjsu.edu [No information]

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AIMS AVIATION TA K I N G F L I G H T S I N C E 1 9 6 8 The Aims Community College Aviation program provides a collegiate education to prepare motivated aviation students with the best training possible for demanding careers in aviation as professional pilots (airplane and helicopter) and air traffic controllers. Take command of your life, contact us, and see how Aims can help your future soar!

970.339.6472 | aviation@aims.edu | www.aims.edu/takeflight


CALIFORNIA | COLORADO

University Aviation Association

University of Southern California Aviation Safety & Security Program 6033 W. Century Blvd, Ste 920 Los Angeles, CA 90045 Telephone: (310) 342-1345 Website: Viterbi.usc.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Daniel Scalese 6033 W. Century Blvd, Ste 920 Los Angeles, CA 90045 Telephone: (310) 342-1345 E-mail Address: scalese@usc.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: n/a Highest Degree Offered: n/a Student Body: Co-Educational

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-Brailsford, Esq., Director of Aviation 5401 W. 20th St, Greeley, CO 80632 Telephone: (970) 339-6472 E-mail 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: College ready; Aims Aviation requires students to be college ready to be accepted in to one of our programs, in other words, able to take College Algebra and English Composition I. This is determined by 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 below Online Aviation Programs: None www.uaa.aero

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1953 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Engineering Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: None Non-Traditional Offerings: Degrees or courses offered at satellite locations FAA Certificate Offerings: 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: Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Safety/Security Other

Type of Degree Certificate Program Certificate Program

Credit Hours

Enrollment

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Remarks

Non-Traditional Offerings: 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 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 050 FW; Average 250 FW; Maximum 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 Type of Degree AAS

Credit Hours 64

Enrollment 24

Flight Education: General Aviation Pilot

AAS

60

8

Flight Education; Professional Pilot

AAS

75

36

Helicopter Pilot

AAS

613

33

Programs Air Traffic Control

Remarks

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CALIFORNIA AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY WHERE CAREERS TAKE FLIGHT From its unparalleled purpose-built flight training facility at Bakersfield International Airport, California Aeronautical University offers professional pilot degree programs as well as other aviationrelated programs. Part of a school group founded back in 1888, CAU is FAA Part 141 approved. Graduates of the University also qualify for a 250-500 flight hour reduction when seeking their ATP certificate.

calaero.com

(661) 615-5915 /CALAEROUNIV


COLORADO | DELAWARE | FLORIDA

University Aviation Association

Metropolitan State University of Denver 1250 7th Street Campus Box 30, P O Box 173362, . Denver, CO 80217-3362 Telephone: (303) 556-4380 Website: www.msudenver.edu

Delaware State University

Point of Contact: Dr. Jeffrey Forrest 1250 7th Street, Campus Box 30 P O Box 173362, Denver, CO 80217-3362 Telephone: (303) 556-4380 E-mail Address: forrestj@msudenver.edu [No information]

Point of Contact: Lt. Col. (Ret.) Michael Hales, Director of Aviation Programs

1200 North Dupont Highway BOA Bldg #31, Rm 211F Dover, DE 19901 Telephone: (302) 857-6712 Website: www.desu.edu

1200 North Dupont Highway BOA Bldg #31, Rm 211F Dover, DE 19901 Telephone: (302) 857-6712 E-mail Address: mhales@desu.edu

Broward College Aviation Institute

varies; CFI-Airplane: [No information]; CFI- Instrument: varies; Multiengine: varies; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: varies based on proficiency. See advisor.; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: $ 10,665.31 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 190; Average 210; Maximum 250 Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled 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. Administration: [No information] Aviation Affiliations: ATEC, UAA, AHP, AEA, ISTAT, PAMA, WIA Articulation Agreements: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Florida Atlantic University

7200 Pines Boulevard Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 Telephone: (954) 201-8080 Website: (954) 201-8088

Point of Contact: Jan Shakespeare, Associate Dean Telephone: (954) 201-8084 E-mail Address: jshakesp@broward.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public State College Accreditation: Southern Association of Schools and Colleges Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 68,000; Graduate: N/A Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 250; Graduate: N/A Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,405.00, Non-resident: $10,215.00

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Associate of Science Aviation Maintenance / in Aviation Aircraft Maintenance Mgt Maintenance Management

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1966 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Transportation Specialized Program Accreditation: [No information] Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit may be awarded for certificates earned prior to enrollment. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, MultiEngine, CFI, CFII Instruction offered under FAA part 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: www.uaa.aero

Credit Type of Degree Hours

Aviation Studies

Flight Education

Enrollment

83

Associate of Science in Aviation Administration (with concentrations in Air Traffic Control, Airport Management, Aviation Business)

60

Associate of Science in Professional Pilot Technology

64

Remarks

Authorized to certify graduates for an ATP certificate with reduced aeronautical experience at 1,250 hours.

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FLORIDA

University Aviation Association

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Daytona Beach 600 South Clyde Morris Blvd, COA#102, Daytona Beach, FL 32128 Telephone: (386) 226-6849 Website: www.erau.edu

Point of Contact: Dr. Tim Brady

E-mail Address: tim.brady@erau.edu

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 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Other Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $45,100; Non-resident: $45,100

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: n/a School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aviation Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: Aeronautical Science, Aeronautics, Air Traffic Management, Aviation Maintenance Science, Aviation Security, Aviation Business Administration, Homeland Security, Aerospace Engineering, Meteorology, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Online Aviation Programs: n/a Non-Traditional Offerings: n/a FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multiengine, 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; CFI-Airplane: $15,500; CFI- Instrument: $6,100; Multi-engine: $10,700; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $66,800 Flight Hours at graduation: Median 225 Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Co-op education, Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: [no information]: http://news.erau.edu/media-resources/facts-figures/financialassistance/index.html Administration: n/a 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 in China

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide 600 South Clyde Morris Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL 31124 Telephone: (702) 526-5175 Website: www.erau.edu Point of Contact: Dr. Kenneth Witcher. E-mail Address: kenneth.witcher@erau.edu [no inforfmation] www.uaa.aero

Everglades University Address: 5002 T-Rex Avenue, Suite 100, Boca Raton, FL 33431 (Main Campus) 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 (Main Campus) Telephone: 561-912-1211 ext. 109 E-mail Address: jmoschella@evergladesuniversity.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 Online 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, Other: n/a Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: [no information] Flight Hours at graduation: [no information] Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: [no information] 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 Credit Hours

Enrollment

Bachelor of Science Degree with a Major in Aviation/ Aerospace

123

200

Masters in Aviation Science

120

90

x

x

Programs

Type of Degree

Aviation Maintenance / Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Aviation Studies Flight Education

Remarks

Concentrations in: _ Aviation Operations Management _ Aviation Maintenance Management _ Aviation Safety _ Aviation Security _ Flight Operations _ Management Concentrations in: _ Aviation Security _ Aviation Operations Management _ Business Administration

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University Aviation Association University Aviation Association

FLORIDA

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

E-mail Address: tgray@fit.edu [no information]

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 E-mail 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: $12,100

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1993 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: School of Arts & Sciences (Continued, next column, top)

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 E-mail 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 24

Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI (Aviation Management Degree); Authorized Cessna Pilot Center Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: None Non-Traditional Offerings: None 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: None 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 Administration: [no information] Aviation Affiliations: AHP, WAI, OBAP, TAI Articulation Agreements: None Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

AS

60

Appr 60

Flight Education: Professional Pilot Technology

AS

64

Appr 120

Aerospace Sciences

BS

60

30

Programs Aviation Studies: Aviation Operations/Air Traffic Control

Remarks

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1978 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: n/a Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below; GI Bill Approved 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, MultiEngine, 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 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: [no information] (Continued, next page, top left))

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FLORIDA

University Aviation Association

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Remarks

83

Appr 120

Hours includes 60 credits for the A&P certificates

AS

60

Appr 60

AS

64

Appr 120

Aviation Maintenance / Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

AS

Aviation Studies: Aviation Operations/ Air Traffic Control Flight Education: Professional Pilot Technology

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 E-mail Address: jjohnson@lynn.edu [No information.]

Miami Dade College EIG Watson School of Aviation 500 College Terrace. Homestead, FL 33030 Telephone: (303) 237-5956 Website: [no information]

Point of Contact: Tom Jargiello E-mail 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; Nonresident: $229/credit hour

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1961 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Homestead Campus Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: [No information] Online Aviation Programs: n/a 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: Contractor 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 (Continued, next column, top) www.uaa.aero

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 220; Average 250; Maximum n/a 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

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); Nonresident: $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 below Online Aviation Programs: Y 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 FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, MultiEngine, Flight Instructor - Airplane, Flight Instructor - Instrument, Flight Instructor - Multi-Engine Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private through Flight Instructor Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

AS

60

*

Aerospace Administration, AS

AS

60

50

Professional Pilot Science, AS

AS

64

70

Aerospace Sciences

BS

60

30

Remarks *New Program; starts Fall 2016

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GEORGIA | ILLINOIS

University Aviation Association

Middle Georgia State University 71 Airport Road Eastman, GA 31023-3900 Telephone: (478) 374-6980 Website: www.mga.edu

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

Point of Contact: Dr. Ed Steigerwald Executive Director of Aviation Operations

Terry L. Coleman Center for Aviation and Technology 71 Airport Road Eastman, GA 31023-3900 Telephone: (478) 448-4709 E-mail Address: ed.steigerwald@mga.edu [No information.]

flt hours includes grd/flt inst); Non-flight-Airframe 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

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 Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below 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, MultiEngine, 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: $$19,205.00 (80 flt hours includes grd/ flt inst); Commercial and Instrument: $36,747.00 (140 flt hours includes grd/flt inst); CFI-Airplane: $9,340.00 (25 flt hours includes grd/flt inst); CFI- Instrument: $4,440.00 (15 flt hours includes grd/ flt instr); Multi-engine: $$6,228.00 (15 flt hours includes grd/flt inst); Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $75,960.00 (275

www.uaa.aero

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours AS-75 BS-128

Enrollment

Air Traffic Control

AS & BS

Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Management

AS & BS

AS-75 BS-128

100

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

AS & BS

AS-75 BS-128

x

Remarks

80

Aviation Studies Avionics/ Electronics

AS & BS

Flight Education

As & BS

Safety/Security

BS

AS-75 BS-128 AS-75 BS-128 128

Unmanned Aircraft Systems

BS

128

Transportation Administration

BS

128

MS

36

200

70

Online Aviation Programs Aviation & Transportation

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Student Seminar on Establishing Aviation Policy

College and university aviation students gather in Washington, D.C. the first week in January each year for the Seminar on Establishing Aviation Policy. The seminar explores how the development of aviation is influenced by Congress, the FAA, the DOT, industry associations, and other groups. It is an exciting week of interaction with the policy makers. The seminar is open to all faculty and students from UAA member institutions. Information, including registration materials, is available at www.uaa.aero>For Students>Aviation Policy Seminar. There are typically about 55 students that attend the seminar each year. They work in small teams with a faculty facilitator to explore one of the current issues in detail. For more information, call UAA at (334) 528-0300.


ILLINOIS

University Aviation Association

The Institute of Aviation at Parkland College 1 Airport Road Savoy, IL 61874 Telephone: (217) 353-2171 Website: www.aviation.parkland.edu

Point of Contact: Sybil Phllips, Director and Chief Pilot

1 Airport Road Savoy, IL 61874 Telephone: (217) 244-8606 E-mail address: sybilp@parkland.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 5,000; Graduate 0 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 20; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Admission Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $4,500; Non-resident: $9,000

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1946 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Institute of Aviation

Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument rating, Multiengine rating, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), CFI (multiengine) Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $14,900; Commercial and Instrument: $34,500; CFI-Airplane: $6,300; CFI-Instrument: $3,500; CFIMultiengine ($8,800); Multiengine ($8,800); Total cost of certificates and ratings in flight major: $58,100 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 226; Average 250; Maximum 250+ Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Website: http://www.parkland.edu/ studentservices/financialaid Administration: n/a Aviation Affiliations: NBAA, NIFA, UAA, WAI Articulation Agreements: n/a

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Flight Education

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

AS

64

n/a

Remarks The A.S. degree is designed as a transfer degree

Quincy University 1800 College Avenue, Quincy, IL 62301 Telephone: (217) 228-5432 X3232 Website: www.quincy.edu

Point of Contact: Andrew Dow

E-mail Address: dowan@quincy.edu [No information]

www.uaa.aero

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ILLINOIS | INDIANA

University Aviation Association

Southern Illinois University Southern Illinois University 545 N Airport Rd. Murphysboro, IL 62966 Telephone: 618-453-9244 Website: http://aviation.siu.edu

Point of Contact: John Voges 545 N Airport Rd. Murphysboro, IL 62966 Telephone: 618-453-9244 E-mail Address: jvoges@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 n/a; Graduate n/a Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 500; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $2,789; Non-resident: $9,205

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2013 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Business Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below 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, Commercial, Instrumental, Multiengine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), Rotorcraft Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $15,549; Commercial and Instrument: $41,468; CFI-Airplane: $5,163; CFI- Instrument: $3,298; Multiengine: $23,460; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $62,180 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 Programs Flight Education

Type of Degree A

Credit Hours 70

Enrollment 180

Remarks

Indiana State University 650 Cherry St, John T Myers Bldg, Rm 216 Terre Haute, IN 47809-1939 Telephone: (812) 237-2647 Website: www.indstate.edu

Point of Contact: Mr. Azhar Hussain Azhar.Hussain@indstate.edu [No information]

www.uaa.aero

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INDIANA | IOWA

Purdue University 1401 Aviation Drive West Lafayette, IN 47907-2015 Telephone: (765) 494-2884 Website: https://polytechnic.purdue.edu

Point of Contact: Shannon Cassady Telephone: (765) 494-5782 E-mail Address: scassady@purdue.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 27,510; Graduate 8,163 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 622; Graduate 90 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $10,002; Non-resident: $18,802

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1920 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Technology Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI, ABET Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: Yes-MS-AAM

Indian Hills Community College 525 Grandview Avenue, Ottumwa, IA 52501 Telephone: (641) 683-5232 Website: www.indianhills.edu

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 E-mail Address: rduer@iowalakes.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Community College Accreditation: Other Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational 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; Nonresident: $5,815.00 + fees 32

University Aviation Association

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, MultiEngine, CFI(airplane), CFI(instrument), ATP Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $10,169; Commercial and Instrument: $25,193; CFI-Airplane: $2,520; CFI- Instrument: $2,055; Multiengine: $2,996; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $54,439 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 200; Average 500; Maximum no max Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Co-op education, Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Website: https://polytechnic.purdue.edu/ departments/aviation Administration: Industrial Advisory Board Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AIAA, ATEC, NBAA, NIFA, UAA Comments: AET degree is accredited by ABET Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

BS

120

219

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS

120

172

Flight Education

BS

120

231

Programs Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Remarks

Point of Contact: Darren Graham

525 Grandview Avenue, Ottumwa, IA 52501 E-mail Address: dgraham@indianhills.edu [No information]

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1980 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Estherville Campus Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: [not provided] Online Aviation Programs: No 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: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a; Website: www.iowalakes.edu Aviation Affiliations: UAA Articulation Agreements: UND, University of Dubuque Collegiate Aviation Guide


IOWA

University Aviation Association

University Of Dubuque 2000 University Avenue Dubuque, IA 52001 Telephone: 563-589-3835 Website: http://www.dbq.edu/

Point of Contact: Kevin Bradford Department 2000 University Avenue Dubuque, IA 52001 Telephone: 563-589-3806 E-mail Address: KBradford@dbq.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 1,700; Graduate 200 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 230; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $35,500; Non-resident: $35,500

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1973 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Professional Programs

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Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multiengine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument) Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority, 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $13,073; Commercial and Instrument: $26,286; CFI-Airplane: $9,056; CFI- Instrument: $1,300; Multiengine: 5,710; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $50,000 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 250; Average 315; Maximum 400 Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number 20+; Total Annual Value >$50,000/year Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AAAE, Alpha Eta Rho, NBAA, NIFA, RAA, UAA, WAI, Articulation Agreements: Iowa Central Community College Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management Flight Education

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

B

120

70

B

120

165

Remarks

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KANSAS | KENTUCKY

University Aviation Association

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 E-mail 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 below Online Aviation Programs: Y or N 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, MultiEngine, CFI(airplane), CFI(instrument), ATP, Rotorcraft Instruction offered under FAA part 141 Instruction conducted by: Institution

Eastern Kentucky University Whalin 307 Richmond, Kentucky 40475 Telephone: (859) 622-1014 Website: www.eku.edu

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Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $8,240; Commercial and Instrument: $24,070; CFI-Airplane: $6,260; CFI- Instrument: $3,970; Multiengine: $6,172; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $48,712, includes PVT, IRA, COM,CFI, ME, and CFII; Non-flightAirframe and Powerplant: $270; Other: 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 Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Bachelor in Aeronautical Tech

124-128

46

Avionics/ Electronics

Bachelor in Aeronautical Tech

124-128x

7

Flight Education: Prof Pilot, Helicopter Pilot

Bachelor in Aeronautical Tech

124-128

Programs Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Management

UAS Airport Management

Bachelor in Aeronautical Tech Bachelor in Aeronautical Tech

Remarks

Prof Pilot-203 Helicopter Pilot-14

124-128

51

124-128

17

Point of Contact: Mr. Anthony Adams Telephone: (859) 622-1015 E-mail Address: tony.adams@eku.edu [No information]

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LOUISIANA

Louisiana Tech University P O Box 3181 Ruston, LA 71272 Telephone: (318) 257-2691 Website: liberalarts.latech.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Jordan G. Lyons, Head, Department of Professional Aviation P O Box 3181, Ruston, La 71272 Telephone: (318) 257-2691 E-mail Address: jlyons@latech.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 9,600; Graduate1,800 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 180; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, SAT, ACT, High School Avg Grade: In-State Students 1. GPA on the Core 2.5 minimum with ACT 15 or SAT 450 English/460 Math 2. ACT composite of at least 23 or SAT 450/460 HS GPA 2.0 No developmental courses needed. Out-of-State Students One of the following: 1. ACT/SAT: ACT 26 or SAT 450/460 HS GPA 2.0 2. ACT/ SAT and HS Core GPA: ACT 23 or SAT 450/460 HS GPA on 17 credits of the Core at least 2.5 3. Meet In-State Requirements No developmental courses needed. Calendar System: Quarter Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: 12 or more hours; $1,812.93/quarter; Non-resident: 12 or more hours; $5,944.00/ quarter

University Aviation Association

Engine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), ATP, R-ATP Instruction offered under FAA part: 61; FAA Part 141 No Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $9,254; Commercial and Instrument: $29,859; CFI-Airplane: $3,220; CFI- Instrument: $500; Multi-engine: $3,500; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: avg. $43,139 Flight Hours at graduation: Average 230 Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Co-op education, Internship while enrolled Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 16; Website: http:// liberalarts.latech.edu/aviation Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: AABI, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, RAA, UAA, WAI, Alpha Eta Rho, Eta Mu Sigma, AAAE Articulation Agreements: [No information]

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

BS

120

40

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 below 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-

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Flight Education

BS

120

140

Remarks Aviation Management - Solo flight required to graduate. Minor in Business Administration Professional Aviation - Private, Instrument, Commercial and Certified Flight Instructor required to graduate. Minor in Aviation Management.

Collegiate Aviation Guide


MARYLAND

University Aviation Association

Community College of Baltimore County Aviation Department 800 South Rolling Road, Catonsville, MD 21228 Telephone: (443) 840-4157 Website: http://www.ccbcmd.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Douglas Williams, Aviation Program Director E-mail 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 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 below 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, MultiEngine, CFI(airplane), CFI(instrument), Rotorcraft, Unmanned Aircraft Systems 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. Comments: International Students welcome!

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree AAS

Credit Hours 65

Enrollment 75

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

AAS

65

65

Flight Education

AAS

65

235

Safety/Security

AAS

65

50

Programs Air Traffic Control

Remarks

Aircraft Dispatch Online Aviation Degree Programs

200

Air Traffic Control

30

Professional Pilot

30

Aviation Safety

30

Airline Management

30

Airport Management

30

*See CCBS Aviation Studies website

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69 Annual Collegiate Aviation Conference & Expo th

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Investing in the Business of Aviation September 28-30, 2016

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MASSACHUSETTS

University Aviation Association

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 E-mail Address: gbongiorno@bridgew.edu

Institutional Information

Unique Opportunities for UAA Student Members Student membership entitles you to these benefits and more: u

Eligibility for a variety of scholarships

u

Career Forum

u

Seminars on Establishing Aviation Policy

u

Discounts on UAA conferences and publications

u

A quarterly e-newsletter

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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 below Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multiengine, 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; CFI- Instrument: $4,000; Multiengine: $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 Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AABI, NBAA, RAA, UAA, WAI, Articulation Agreements: Jetblue/Cape Air University Gateway Program

(334) 528-0300 or visit www.uaa.aero

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Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS

40

120

Flight Education

BS

40

100

Remarks

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MASSACHUSETTS | MICHIGAN

Eastern Michigan University 122 Sill Hall Ypsilanti, Mi 48197 Telephone: (734) 487-1161 Website: www.emich.edu

Point of Contact: Dr. Philip Tartalone E-mail Address: ptartalone@emich.edu [No information]

Western Michigan University College of Aviation Address: 237 N Helmer Road, Battle Creek, Mi 49037 Telephone: (269) 964-6375 Website: www.wmich.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Mr. Tom Thinnes,

Director of Recruitment and Outreach E-mail Address: tom.thinnes@wmich.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 23,556; Graduate 4,423 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 863; Graduate Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $10,106; Non-resident: $24,790

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: Planned for fall 2017

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University Aviation Association

Eastern Michigan University Eagle Flight Center 830 Willow Run Airport Ypsilanti, Mi 48197 Telephone: (734) 487-1161 Website: www.emich.edu

Point of Contact: Tom Simon

E-mail Address: tom@eagleflighttraining.com [No information]

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, Multiengine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument) Instruction offered under FAA part 141, 61, 147 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $20,308; Commercial and Instrument: $39,045; CFI-Airplane: $9,145; CFI- Instrument: $2,585; Multiengine: $2,731; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $59,35; Non-flight-Airframe and Powerplant: $2,050 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 192; Average 200-250; Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Co-op education, internship while enrolled, internship post graduate. Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 11; Total Annual Value: $200,000; website: http://wmich.edu/aviation/scholarships-fs.html Administration: Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AHP, NIFA, OBAP, PAMA, UAA, WAI, AAAE and AWAM Articulation Agreements: Any Michigan Community College, MIAT College of Technology, SMAT, Ivy Tech

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Baccalaureate

126

119

Aviation Studies

Baccalaureate

125

238

Flight Education

Baccalaureate

123

506

Remarks

Collegiate Aviation Guide


MINNESOTA

University Aviation Association

Academy College 1600 E 82nd Street, Ste 100 Bloomington, MN 55431-1411 Telephone: (952) 851-0066 Web Address: www.academycollege.edu

Minnesota State University, Mankato 328 Armstrong Hall, Mankato, Mn 56001 Telephone: 507-389-6116 Website: http://ed.mnsu.edu/aviation/

Point Of Contact: Tom Peterson

328 Armstrong Hall Mankato, MN 56001 Telephone: 507-389-6116 E-mail Address: aviation@mnsu.edu

Point of Contact: Ms. Nancy Grazini Olson, President E-mail Adddress: academy@academycollege.edu [No information]

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 Agreements: None

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

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 below 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-

www.uaa.aero

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Professional Flight Flight Education

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

B

120

141

B

120

45

Remarks

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MISSISSIPPI

University Aviation Association

University Aviation Association Program Review Service What is a UAA program review? A UAA program review is an in-depth evaluation and/ or safety audit of an institutional program. The review, conducted at the request of the institutions, reports on those areas that contribute to or are a factor in a viable aviation program. Each review is tailored to meet the needs of the individual institution. The review will include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following areas:. u u u u u u u u u u u u

Administration Financial Resources Learning Resources Faculty Support Personnel Student Services Facilities, Equipment and Services Student Body Admissions, Transfer and Life Experience Credit Curricula Cooperative Education and Internship Programs Relations with Industry

To initiate a review, send a letter to UAA indicating the purpose, the items to be included in the review, and the proposed timeframe. UAA will respond with a proposal and cost estimate. To schedule your Program Review, please call (334) 528-0300, or email dawn.vinson@uaa.aero.

Delta State University 1003 W Sunflower Rd. Cleveland, MS 38733 Telephone: 662-846-4205 Website: http://aviation.deltastate.edu

Point of Contact: Julie Speakes

PO Box 3203 DSU Cleveland, MS 38733 Telephone: 662-846-4205 E-mail 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 Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: n/a; Non-resident: n/a

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1968 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Other Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs:, n/a Non-Traditional Offerings: n/a FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multiengine, 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: 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: n/a Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum n/a; Average n/a; Maximum n/a Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: n/a Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a; Website: n/a Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: ATCA, UAA Articulation Agreements: n/a

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs

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Programs Air Traffic Control

Type of Degree A

Credit Hours n/a

Enrollment n/a

Flight Education

A

n/a

n/a

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MISSOURI

St. Louis University Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology 3450 Lindell Blvd. Saint Louis, MO 63103 Telephone: 314-977-8251 Website: aviation.slu.edu

Point of Contact: Mr. Stephen G. Magoc 3450 Lindell Blvd. Saint Louis, MO 63103 Telephone: 314-977-8333 Email: magocsg@slu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 8,600; Graduate 4,900 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 102; Graduate 19 Freshmen Admission Requirements: SAT, ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Private $38,750

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1927 School / college / division in 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) – Flight Science; Aviation Management in candidate status. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: B.S. in Aeronautics with concentration in Aviation Management, Masters of Science in Aviation Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and/or

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ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot, Instrument rating, Commercial Pilot with Single and Multi-Engine ratings, Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII) and Certified Flight Instructor Multi-Engine (CFI-ME) Instruction Offered under FAA Part 141: 141 without Examining Authority Instruction Conducted By: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private Pilot $10,815; Commercial Pilot SE $7,210; Commercial Pilot ME $7,210; Instrument rating $7,210; Certified Flight Instructor $7,210; Certified Flight Instructor Instrument and Certified Flight Instructor Multi-Engine $3,605. Total cost of certificates and ratings in flight major $32,445 Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 190; Average 230; Maximum 260 Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Co-operative Education; Internship while Enrolled Scholarship / Financial Aid: Total Number Several; Total Annual Value n/a 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: “Aviators Program” with Trans States Airlines; “Aviators Career Pipeline Interview Agreement” with Republic Airways Holdings; “Pilot Pipeline Program” with Envoy Air; and “Pilot Pathway Agreement” with ExpressJet Airlines.

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

BS

121

42

BS

121

60

Aviation

MS

32

2

Aviation

PhD

60

19

Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management Flight Science

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MISSOURI

University Aviation Association

University of Central Missouri T.R. Gaines Tech Complex, Ste 210 Department of Aviation Warrensburg, MO 64093 Telephone: (660) 543-4969 Website: www.ucmo.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Mr. Tony Monetti, Assistant Dean of Aviation E-mail 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: Y, M.S., Aviation Safety Non-Traditional Offerings: Master’s degree offered on-line, courses offered at Satellite locations and off-schedule.

FAA Certificate Offerings: Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147, Other: Private Pilot Certificate, Instrument Rating, Commercial Multi Engine, Commercial Single-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; CFI- Instrument: $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

Professional Pilot (554)

BS

120

Flight Operations Management (553)

BS

120

1 (Full-time) 0 (Part time)

Airport Management (552)

BS

120

0 (Full-time) 1 (Part-time)

Aviation Management (570)

BS

120

57 (Full-Time) 6 (Part-time)

Aviation Maintenance Management: 2+2 (562)

BS

120

2 (Full-time) 2 (Part-time)

Aviation Safety (158)

MS

32

12 (Full-time) 37 (Part-time)

Programs

Enrollment Remarks 170 (Full14 (Part-time) time)

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MONTANA

Montana State University – Gallatin College

101 Hamilton Hall P.O. Box 170515 Bozeman, MT 59717 TELEPHONE: 406-994-5536 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: NWCCU Highest Degree Offered: Associate – Gallatin College; Doctorate – Montana State University Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 467 Gallatin College; 15,238 MSU; Graduate 1320 - MSU Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 71; Graduate NA Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,150 GC; Nonresident: $10,480 GC

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Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2005 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Gallatin College Specialized Program Accreditation: Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: na Non-Traditional Offerings: na FAA Certificate Offerings: Private (SE,ME), Instrument, Commercial (ME) Instruction offered under FAA part 141 Instruction conducted by: Gallatin College/ Summit Aviation Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $11,400; Instrument: $11,750; Commercial Multi Engine with Single Engine Commercial add on: $29,300; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $52,450 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 190; Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 10; Total Annual Value: 30,000 approx; Yes = Financial aid Administration: Aviation Affiliations: University Aviation Association Articulation Agreements: Montana State University Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Studies

Type of Degree

Flight Education

Rocky Mountain College

Credit Hours x

Enrollment

Remarks

x

Institutional Information

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission. FAA Certificate Offerings: [No information] Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $11,900; Commercial and Instrument: $30,200; CFI-Airplane: $4,800; CFI- Instrument: $3,800; Multiengine: $7,300; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $49,400 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 205; Average 400; Maximum 1,000 Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled 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.

Aviation Program

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs

1511 Poly Drive, Billings, Mt 59102-1996 Telephone: (406) 657-1060 Website: www.aviation.rocky.edu

Point of Contact: Professor Dan Hargrove E-mail Address:dan.hargrove@rocky.edu

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 [No information] Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $26,136; Non-resident: $26,136 Year aviation program established: 1988 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Other Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: None 46

Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management Flight Education

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

B

56

20

B

56

80

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NEBRASKA

University Aviation Association

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 E-mail 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: n/a Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multiengine, 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; CFI- Instrument: $2,440; Multiengine: $14,450; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $44,545 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 190; Average 500; Maximum 800 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 Articulation Agreements: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management Flight Education

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

B

120

20

B

120

40

Remarks

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Fly with us. Did you know that degrees in Aviation are just some of the over 200 majors and programs offered at the University of Nebraska at Omaha? 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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NEBRASKA | NEVADA

University Aviation Association

University Of Nebraska Omaha Aviation Institute 6001 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68182 Telephone: 402-554-3424 Website: ai.unomaha.edu/

Point of Contact: Scott Vlasek

6001 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68182 Telephone: 402-554-3424 E-mail Address: svlasek@unomaha.edu

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management Flight Education

Type of Degree

Credit Hours Enrollment

BS

120

50

BS

120

80

Online Aviation Degree Programs Aviation Studies

BS

120

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 Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multiengine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument) Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 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, Envoy Air, ExpressJet Articulation Agreements: n/a (Continued, next column)

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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.

College of Southern Nevada 700 College Drive, HNA104 Henderson, NV 89002 Telephone: (702) 651-3522 Website: www.csn.edu

Point of Contact: Sandra Kingma

E-mail Address: Sandra.kingma@csn.edu [No information]

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NEW HAMPSHIRE

Daniel Webster College 20 University Drive Nashua, NH 3063 Telephone: (603)577-6000 Website: www.dwc.edu

Point of Contact: Glenn Carter 20 University Drive Nashua, NH 3063 Telephone: (603) 577-6414 E-mail Address: GCarter@dwc.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Proprietary Accreditation: New England Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Masters Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 650; Graduate 98 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 110; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, SAT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $15,630; Non-resident: $15,630

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1965 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: School of Aviation Sciences Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI-pending Review 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; Military credits FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61 Instruction conducted by: Other: Pilgrim Aviation Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $6.700; Commercial and Instrument: $12,900; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $n/a; Other: AT: $300 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 195; Average 220; Maximum 250

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Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled; Internship post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 10; Total Annual Value: $150,000; website: www.dwc.edu; Other: Presidential Scholarship; FIRST Scholarship Administration: Advisory Committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: NBAA, UAA, ATCA, AAAE Articulation Agreements: Transfer articulation with Pilgrim Aviation program allows up to 39 semester hours to BS degree except for Engineering degree; Additional academia articulation agreements in place with other college/universities Comments: (1) Air Traffic Management Program is affiliated with the FAA Collegiate Training Initiative Program. (2) Unmanned Systems Science (Drone) program development in progress expected 2016-17 (3) Servicemen Opportunity College (4) Designated school for SEVISStudent Exchange Visitor Information

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs

Air Traffic Control

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

Type of Degree A, BS, MBA

A, BS, MBA

Credit Hours A-60 BS-120 MBA-Aviation Concentration - 39 A-60 BS-120 MBA-Aviation Concentration - 39

Enrollment Remarks A-2 BS-110 MBA-A-0

A-2 BS-110 MBA-A-0

n/a

Online Aviation Degree Programs MBA Aviation Concentration

MBA

39

0

The BMA-Aviation Concentration degree program emphasized three fundamental aspects of management: leadership, communication and effective decision-making based on quantitative and qualitative data

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NEW JERSEY

University Aviation Association

Atlantic Cape Community College

Point of Contact: Bojan Zilovic Interim STEM Division Chair

5100 Black Horse Pike Mays Landing, NJ 08330-2623 Telephone: (609) 343-4959 Website: www.atlantic.edu/aviation

E-mail Address: bzilovic@atlantic.edu

Mercer County Community College

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: n/a Non-Traditional Offerings: n/a FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multiengine, 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; CFI- Instrument: $3,840; Multiengine: $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 Articulation Agreements: n/a

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 E-mail 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; Graduate 0 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 50; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Other Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $226.72; 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

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Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Air Traffic Control

Type of Degree A

Credit Hours 64

Enrollment 24

Flight Education

A

75

36

Other

A

61

33

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NEW JERSEY | NEW YORK

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

Address: 111 West State Street Trenton NJ 08608 Telephone: 609-984-1130 E-mail 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; Nonresident: $520 per credit

University Aviation Association

Non-Traditional Offerings: Online courses FAA Certificate Offerings: N/A Instruction offered under FAA part 141: N/A 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. cfm 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 Associate/ 60/120 Technology Bachelors

Enrollment X

Air Traffic Control

Associate/ 60/120 Bachelors

X

Credit in major awarded for CTO certificate

Aviation Flight Technology

Associate/ Bachelors

120

x

120

x

Credit in major awarded for a variety of FAA flight certifications Private-ATP, CFI, CFII and others. Major is composed of credit earned from FAA certificates combined with online Aviation Management

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1985 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: School of Applied Science and Technology Online Aviation Programs: Aviation Flight Technology, Aviation Maintenance Technology, Air Traffic Control, Aviation Management

Remarks Credit in major awarded for Airframe and Powerplant License

Aviation Management Bachelors

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 E-mail Address: CHsu@York.Cuny.edu [No information]

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NEW YORK

University Aviation Association

Dutchess Community College Address: 53 Pendell Road, Poughkeepsie, New York 12601 Telehone: 845 431-8000 WEBSITE: www.sunydutchess.edu

Point of Contact: John Trosie

Telephone: 845 431-8411 E-mail Address:trosie@sunydutchess.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Community College Accreditation: Middle States 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: Specialized Program Accreditation: [not provided] Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: no Non-Traditional Offerings: no

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument Commercial Fixed Wing and Helicopter 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] Administration: [No information] Aviation Affiliations: UAA Articulation Agreements: Pending

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Pending

x

Aviation Studies

x

Flight Education

x

Enrollment

Remarks

Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology 86-01 23rd Avenue, Flushing, NY 11369 Telephone: (718) 429-6600X139 Website: www.vaughn.edu

Point of Contact: Domenic Proscia

E-mail Address: Domenic.proscia@vaughn.edu [No information]

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NORTH CAROLINA | NORTH DAKOTA

University Aviation Association

Elizabeth City State University 1704 Weeksville Rd 122 A Dixon-Patterson Hall Elizabeth City, NC 27909-7977 Telephone: (252) 335-3846 Website: www.ecsu.edu/academics/department/technology/ aviation

University Of North Dakota 3980 Campus Rd. Grand Forks, ND 58202 Telephone: 701-777-3922 Website: www.und.edu/

Point of Contact: Elizabeth Bjerke E-mail 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 below Online Aviation Programs: See table below, n/a Non-Traditional Offerings: Only the Master’s of Science in Aviation is offered online FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multiengine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), MEI, ATP, R-ATP, Rotorcraft Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution, Contractor, Other Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $12,607; Commercial and Instrument:

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Point of Contact: Dr. Kuldeep Rawat E-mail Address: ksrawat@ecsu.edu [No information]

$22,803; CFI-Airplane: $8,262; CFI- Instrument: $5,261; Multiengine: $10,447; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $64,448 This is based on student average cost, not FAA minimum cost Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 197; Average 222; Maximum depends on whether or not the student worked as a CFI while finishing up their degree. Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Co-op education, Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate, Other Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 124; Total Annual Value: $264,000; Website: http://www.aviation.und.edu/currentStudents/ employment/scholarships.aspx Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AAAE, AEA, AIAA, ATCA, ATEC, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, PAMA, RAA, UAA, WAI, Other Articulation Agreements:

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Air Traffic Control

Type of Degree BSA

Credit Hours 125

Enrollment 250

BBA

125

150

BSA

125

900

Remarks

Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Management Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management Aviation Studies Avionics/Electronics Flight Education Safety/Security Other

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Have you been dreaming of becoming a professional pilot? Are you fascinated with how aircraft operate? Do you want to design one for yourself? Do you have an affinity for business and management decisions and like the idea of working in the hustle and bustle of one of the nation’s busiest airports? If any of these sound like you, Kent State University’s Aeronautics Program can help your dreams soar. As the only aeronautics program in Ohio accredited by the Aviation Accreditation Board International, and the only one with a federally approved air traffic control curriculum, Kent State University’s Aeronautics Program offers Bachelor of Science degrees in the following areas:

“Kent State’s Aeronautics Program has not only been one of the best experiences of my life, but also ingrained into my daily life the academics that give me the specialized knowledge of my trade.”

Aeronautical Studies Aeronautical Systems Engineering Technology Air Traffic Control Aviation Management Flight Technology Pair any of these with one of our minors in Aircraft Dispatch (in which you will gain the FAA Dispatcher’s License) Aviation Weather or Unmanned Aircraft Systems and you’ve made yourself an even more powerful contender for that career you’ve always wanted. Starting salaries for graduates can be as high as $65,000 a year! Come take a tour of our brand new academic building, see our state-of-the-art air traffic control simulators, and hop into one of our brand new G1000 equipped training aircraft and talk to us about what it will take to get your dreams off the ground. We look forward to visiting with you soon.

- David Lochner, Air Traffic Control Specialist, 2007 B. S. Aeronautics Major

For more information, contact us at 330-672-2892 or visit www.kent.edu/caest/aeronautics. To schedule a campus tour, visit http://www.kent.edu/admissions/undergraduate/schedule-visit. Kent State University, Kent State and KSU are registered trademarks and may not be used without permission. Kent State University is committed to attaining excellence through the recruitment and retention of a diverse student body and workforce. 15-CAEST-00020-032


OHIO

University Aviation Association

Kent State University Aeronautics and Technology Building P O Box 5190 Kent, OH 44242 Telephone: (330) 672-4449 Website: https://www.kent.edu/caest/aeronautics

Point of Contact: Ms. Maureen McFarland 800 E. Summit St Kent, OH 44240 Telephone: (330) 672-9867 E-mail Address: mmcfar12@kent.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools; Higher Learning Commission Highest Degree Offered: Masters Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 32,808; 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: $10,012; Non-resident: $17,972

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Applied Engineering and Technology Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: n/a

Ohio University Department of Aviation 51 Columbia Road Albany OH 45710 Telephone: (740) 597-2657 Website: www.ohio.edu/engineering/aviation

www.uaa.aero

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, MultiEngine, 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: $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 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 Type of Degree BS

Credit Hours 121

Enrollment x

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS

121

x

Aviation Studies

BS

121

x

Flight Education

BS

121

x

Aeronautical Systems Engineering Technology

BS

121

x

Programs Air Traffic Control

Remarks

Point of Contact: Bryan Branham E-mail Address: branham@ohio.edu [No information]

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OHIO OHIO

The Ohio State University 2036 Neil Avenue 228 Bolz Hall Columbus, OH 43210 Telephone: (614) 292-7339 Website: http://aviation.osu.edu

Point of Contact: Center for Aviation Studies Telephone: (614) 292-2405 E-mail Address: aviation@osu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 64,868 Graduate10,461 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 200; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, SAT, ACT, High School Average Grade, Other elements found on OSU Admissions website: http://undergrad.osu.edu/admissions/freshman/index. html?expandable=0 Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $10,037; Non-resident: $26,537

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1917 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Business, Engineering Specialized Program Accreditation: Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission; Decrees or courses offered at satellite locations

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University Aviation Association FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, MultiEngine, CFI(airplane), CFI(instrument), ATP, R-ATP Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $14,500; Commercial and Instrument: $32,700; CFI-Airplane: $7,500; CFI- Instrument: $3,000; Multiengine: $7,500; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $54,000 (CFI or Multi required); Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum200; Average 250; Maximum 500 Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 6 internal; Total Annual Value: $10,000; Others available thru website: https://aviation.osu. edu/students/scholarships Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: AABI, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, RAA, UAA, Career Eagles Aviation Initiative Articulation Agreements: Current agreements with SkyWest Airlines and PSA Airlines Inc. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Remarks

Aviation Studies Flight Education

Flight Training conducted at university-owned The Ohio State University Airport

Safety/Security See website for more information about course offerings through each degree

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OHIO | OKLAHOMA

University Aviation Association

University of Cincinnati – Clermont College 4200 Clermont College Drive Batavia, OH 45103 Telephone: (513) 732-5200 Website: www.ucclermont.edu

Oklahoma State University 230 Scott Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078 Telephone: (405) 744-8215 Website: www.okstate.edu

Point of Contact: Dr. Steve Marks

E-mail Address: steve.marks@okstate.edu

Point of Contact: Eric Radtke

Institutional Information

2001 Sportys Drive Batavia, OH 45103 Telephone: (513) 735-9100 Ext. 352 E-mail Address: Eric.Radtke@uc.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor’s Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 3,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 55 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester or Quarter: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $2,658; Non-resident: $6,274

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1992 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Clermont College Specialized Program Accreditation: [No information] Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: No Non-Traditional Offerings: FAA Certificate Offerings: Recreation, Private, Instrument, Commercial (single & multi), CFI, CFI-I, ATP Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147, Other Instruction conducted by: Sporty’s Academy, Inc. Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $ 14,000; Commercial and Instrument: $22,000; CFI-Airplane: $ varies; CFI- Instrument: $ varies; Multiengine: $ 2,500; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $ 36,000; Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 230; Average 230; Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled: internships, co-op, experiential learning opportunities Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 10; Total Annual Value: $50,000; website: www.ucclermont.edu Administration: Industry Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: AHP, NIFA, UAA Articulation Agreements: Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, University of Cincinnati (BS, BBA, BTS)

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Doctorate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 25,000 Graduate 10,000 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 250; Graduate 50 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $147.50/credit hr; Nonresident: $567/credit hr

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1987 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Education Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below 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, MultiEngine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), R-ATP Instruction offered under FAA part 141; 141 Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution 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 aviation scholarships; Total Annual Value: $65,000 Aviation Affiliations: AABI, NIFA, UAA, WAI, AAAE Articulation Agreements: Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management Flight Education Safety/Security Aerospace Logistics

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Flight Education

www.uaa.aero

Type of Degree A

Credit Hours 61

Enrollment 15

Remarks

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Remarks

x

BS EdD BS EdD BS EdD

120 61 120 61 120 61

MS

120 61

x

MS

33

30

x x

Online Aviation Degree Programs Aviation and Space

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OKLAHOMA

Southeastern Oklahoma State University – Aviation Sciences Institute 1405 N 4th Ave. PMB 4136 Durant, OK 74701-0609 Telehone: (580) 745-3252 WEBSITE: aviation.se.edu

Point of Contact: Dr. Stanley Alluisi (x3241) or Mr. George Jacox (x3245) E-mail 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: John Massey School of Business Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI - Professional Pilot &

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University Aviation Association

Aviation Management Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: Master’s degree only 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 and 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $4360; Commercial and Instrument: $23,440; CFI-Airplane: $3,450; CFI- Instrument: $2,730; Multiengine: $4,967; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $ 38,947 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 248; Average 300; Maximum 350 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 Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Aviation Studies

BS

55

70

Flight Education

BS

64

75

Programs

Remarks Aviation Mgmt with four options Professional Pilot with Envoy Pipelines

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OKLAHOMA

University Aviation Association

Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology 8820 E. Pine Street, Tulsa, OK 74115 Telephone: (918) 831-5379 Website: www.spartan.edu

Point of Contact: Craig Lindholm

E-mail Address: clindholm@mail.spartan.edu

Accelerate

your professional aviation career with Spartan’s innovative Professional Pilot programs as well as their groundbreaking Aviation Electronics and Maintenance programs.

Programs Include: Aviation Electronics Technology (Work with Drones) 13 Month Diploma or 16 Month Associate Degree

What’s up?

Nondestructive Testing (NDI, NDE) 11 Month Diploma

Quality Control Management (QC) 17 Month Associate Degree

Aviation Maintenance Technology (A&P Mechanic) 15 Month Diploma or 18 Month Associate Degree

Aviation Flight (Professional Pilot) 12 Month Diploma or 17 Month Associate Degree

Bachelor of Science Aviation Technology Management 16 Months after completion of Associate Degree

Contact us today

We’d really like to know. Is UAA on the press release list for your institution or organization? Please forward the information below to the appropriate person(s) so that we can provide the coverage you deserve. University Aviation Association ATTN: Collegiate Aviation News 2415 Moore’s Mill Road, Ste. 265-216 Auburn, AL 36830

1.800.632.1921 | spartan.edu Follow us on Facebook: fb.com/SpartanCollege

“Licensed by OBPVS. Consumer Information available at www.spartan.edu/consumerinformation”

www.uaa.aero

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UniversityAviation AviationAssociation Association University

OKLAHOMA

The University of Oklahoma 1700 Lexington NC 101, RM 209 Norman, OK 73069 Telehone: (405) 325-7231 WEBSITE: aviation.ou.edu

Point of Contact: Shelly Ainsworth Email Address: sainsworth@ou.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 18,892; Graduate 3,120 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 167; Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, SAT, ACT, High School Average Grade, Common Application Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $10,090 (30 hrs); Non-resident: $23,476 (30 hrs)

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Air Traffic Control

Type of Degree BS

BS (Flying) Aviation BS (NonManagement/ flying) Airway Science Management: Flying and Non-Flying options BS Professional Pilot

Credit Hours Enrollment 125 15 125 125

125

Remarks

21 32

98

*  *  *  * 

FAA Restricted-ATP approval for 500 flight hours Pipeline Pilot Programs to Regionals FAA AT-CTI Approved School 3 of 4 Degree options have a General Business Minor through the Michael F. Price College of Business incorporated into the actual degrees. *  Numerous dept. scholarships available

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1947 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: College of Continuing Education Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI, Air Traffic-Collegiate Training Initiative School Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: None (OU Aviation offers a few online classes, but no online degree programs.) Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, MultiEngine, CFI(airplane), CFI(instrument), R-ATP (FAA R-ATP approval for up to 500 flight hours.) Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $5,738; Commercial and Instrument: $21,046; CFI-Airplane: $3,690; CFI- Instrument: $2,583 Multiengine: $3,900; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: Professional Pilot ($35,721) & Av Mgmt-Flying ($26,784); Non-flightAirframe and Powerplant: $ n/a; Other: Adv. Flight Maneuvers-$891 & MEI-$7,801 (both opt) Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 120/230; Average 230/250; Maximum 320 Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled; Field Trips, Industry Travel Scholarships Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number:15+; Total Annual Value: varies; website: www.ou.edu/scholarships Administration: College of Continuing Education Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ATCA, NBAA, NIFA, RAA, UAA Articulation Agreements: Comments: The OU Sooner Flight Academy offers summer flight camps for students ages 6-18 to learn the principles of flight using science and mathematics. Campers engage in hands-on activities which demonstrate the science, technology, engineering and math of the exciting world of flight. For more information, visit: flightcamp. ou.edu

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Fly, Control and Manage Like a Champion! Bachelor of Science areas of concentration in: Professional Pilot Aviation Management (Flying and Non-flying Option) Air Traffic Management

Other Highlights: FAA R-ATP approval for 500 flight hours Pipeline Pilot Programs to Regionals FAA AT-CTI Controller Training

(405) 325-7231 • aviation.ou.edu facebook.com/OUaviation • flightcamp.ou.edu

Collegiate Aviation Guide


OKLAHOMA | PENNSYLVANIA

University Aviation Association

Tulsa Community College 801 East 91st Street, Tulsa, OK 74132 Telephone: (918) 828-4089 Website: tulsacc.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Dr. Matthew Wise

E-mail Address: matthew.wise@tulsacc.edu [No information]

Community College of Beaver County Address: 1 Campus Drive, Monaca, PA 15061-2588 Telephone: (724) 480-3604 Website: www.ccbc.edu

Point of Contact: Col (R) William E. Pinter Aviation Sciences Center 125 Cessna Drive, Beaver Falls, PA 15010-1060 E-mail 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; Graduate Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 225; Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: County-$3,30; 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 Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: none Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission

www.uaa.aero

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multiengine, 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; Multiengine: $325/hr; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $40,000; 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: [No information] 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 Comments: The community College of beaver County has the distinction of being the first college to offer actual tower training at a Municipal airport as a required part of our terminal training.

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree AAS

Credit Hours 70

Enrollment 80

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

AAS

61

5

Flight Education

AAS

63

120

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

AAS

65

20

Programs Air Traffic Control

Remarks

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PENNSYLVANIA

Community College of Beaver County 1 Campus Drive Monaca, PA 15061 Telephone: 724-480-3604 Website: www.ccbc.edu

Point of Contact: Col (R) William E. Pinter Aviation Sciences Center 125 Cessna Drive Beaver Falls, PA 15010 Telephone: (724) 480-3604 E-mail 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; Graduate 0 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 225; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,500; Non-resident: $9,800

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1967 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Other Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a

Marywood University 2300 Adams Avenue Scranton, PA 18509-1598 Telephone: (570) 348-6274 Website: marywood.edu Point of Contact: Name Joseph A. McDonald 2300 Adams Avenue Scranton, PA 18509-1598 Telephone: (570) 348 6274 Ext 2350 E-mail Address: Jmcdonald@maryu.marywood.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: 4 year Accreditation: middle states commission on higher education, accreditation council for business schools, FAA part 141 Highest Degree Offered: BBA degree in Business, PHD in other fields Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 2100 Graduate 1500 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 35; Graduate xx Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $30,942; Non-resident: $60,942 64

University Aviation Association

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below 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, Commercial, Instrumental, Multiengine, 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; Multiengine: $325/hr; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $40,000 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 Type of Degree A

Credit Hours 70

Enrollment 80

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

A

61

5

Flight Education

A

63

120

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

A

65

20

Programs Air Traffic Control

Remarks

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1999 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Business Specialized Program Accreditation: FAA Part 141, Middle states commission of higher education Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below FAA Certificate Offerings: private, instrument and commercial Instruction offered under FAA part 141: private, instrument and commercial, reduced ATP Instruction conducted by: [not provided] Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $9,500; Commercial and Instrument: $33,000 Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled Articulation Agreements: pending Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

BBA

x

x

x

x

x

x

Aviation Studies Flight Education

BBA

Remarks

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PUERTO RICO | SOUTH DAKOTA

University Aviation Association

Inter American University of Puerto Rico

South Dakota State University 303 Wagner Hall Brookings, SD 57007 Telephone: 605-688-4983 Website: www.sdstate.edu/aviation

School of Aeronautics 500 Dr. John Will Harris Road Bayamon, PR 00966 Telephone: (787) 279-1912 Website: www.interamerican.aero

Point of Contact: Cody Christensen

303 Wagner Hall Brookings, SD 57007 Telephone: 605-688-4983 E-mail Address: cody.christensen@sdstate.edu

Point of Contact: Jorge E. Calaf, Dean of School of Aeronautics P O Box 9023952 San Juan, PR 00902-3952 Telehone: (787) 724-1912 Ext 2401 Email Address: jcalaf@bayamon.inter.edu

Institutional Information

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 below 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; Multiengine: Included in the Commercial and Instrument cost; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $50,300; Other: $1,200 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 Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management Flight Education www.uaa.aero

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

BS

125

325

BS

125

325

Remarks

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 10,792; Graduate 1,332 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 60; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $7,741; Non-resident: $ 18,409

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1999 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Other Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI and Other Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Non-Traditional Offerings: None FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multiengine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument), MEI Instruction offered under FAA part 141: All flight training Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $12,000; Commercial and Instrument: $4,800; CFI-Airplane: $6,000; CFI- Instrument: $3,000; Multi-engine: n/a; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: (Private through MEI): $60,800 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 205; Average 226; Maximum n/a Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Co-op education, Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 120; Total Annual Value: $200,000; Website: http://www.sdstate.edu/admissions/financing/ index.cfm Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ATCA, NBAA, NIFA, RAA, UAA, WAI Articulation Agreements: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree B

Credit Hours 125

Enrollment 226

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BA

125

121

Flight Education

B

120

60

Commercial Aviation

B

125

865

Unmanned Aircraft Systems

B

125

154

Airport Management

A

125

50

Programs Air Traffic Control

Remarks

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University University Aviation Aviation Association Association

TENNESSEE

Middle Tennessee State University Address: MTSU Box 67, Murfreesboro, TN 37132 Telephone: (615) 898-2788 Website: www.mtsu.edu/aerospace

Point of Contact: Wendy Beckman

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

Telephone: (615) 898-2788 E-mail 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 below Online Aviation Programs: Y or N 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 Instruction conducted by: 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) Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 180; Average 220; Maximum; no maximum

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Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

BS

132

102

Aviation Administration

BS MS

120 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

Programs Aviation Maintenance Management

Remarks

Air Traffic Control is an add-on program that may be taken with any degree program.

Online Aviation Degree Programs 20 (Grad students only) MS in Aviation Administration. Three concentrations are available - Aviation Management, Aviation Education, and Aviation Safety and Security Management. Aviation

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TEXAS

University Aviation Association

Baylor University Baylor University One Bear Place #97413 Waco, TX 76798 Telephone: (254) 710-3563 Website: baylor.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Kelley Oliver

E-mail Address: kelley_oliver@baylor.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 16,000; Graduate 2,500 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 65 Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: n/a Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $38,560 Non-resident: $38,560

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1991 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Arts & Sciences Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation n/a Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission.

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, MultiEngine, CFI(airplane) Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Partnering Collegiate Aviation program Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $15,800; Commercial $18,400 and Instrument: $14,700; CFI-Airplane: $10,800; Multi-engine: $11,500; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $81,500; Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum n/a; Average n/a; Maximum n/a Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled; Internship post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a; website:n/a; Other:90% of Baylor students receive financial aid Administration: n/a Aviation Affiliations: AABI, RAA, UAA, WAI Articulation Agreements: Articulation Agreement with Texas State Technical College - Waco

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree BS

Credit Hours 24

Enrollment 5

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS

124

2

Flight Education

BS

124

10

Aircraft Dispatch

BS

124

10

18

4

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Aviation Sciences Minor

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University University Aviation Aviation Association Association

TEXAS

LeTourneau University Address: P O Box 7011, Longview, TX 75607 Telephone: (903) 233-4210 Website: www.letu.edu

Point of Contact: Mr. Fred Ritchey E-mail Address: fredritchey@letu.edu [No information]

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 information]

Texas Southern University Address: 3100 Cleburne Avenue Telehone: (713) 313-7995 WEBSITE: http://www.tsu.edu/

, Houston, TX 77004

Point of Contact: Dr. David Olowokere Email Address: olowokered@tsu.edu [No information]

Texas State Technical College Waco Address: 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 information]

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UTAH

University Aviation Association

Salt Lake Community College 2150 W. Dauntless Ave. SLC, Utah 84116 Telehone: (801) 957-2140 WEBSITE: http://www.slcc.edu/professionalpilot/

Point of Contact: Fiona Silcox

Address: Same as above 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 below Online Aviation Programs: No

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Maintenance / Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Type of Degree

Aviation Studies Flight Education

Southern Utah University 351 West University Blvd BU 303D Cedar City, UT 84720 Telephone: (435) 865-8067 Website: http://www.suu.edu/business/aviation/ Point of Contact: Sean Heiner E-mail Address: seanheiner@suu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 7,500; Graduate 850 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 180; Graduate n/a Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, SAT, ACT, High School Average Grade; http://www.suu.edu/prostu/admissionindex.html Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $2,789, Non-resident: $9,205

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2013 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Business Specialized Program Accreditation: Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission

www.uaa.aero

A

Credit Hours

Enrollment

x

x

x

x

x

x

Remarks

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, MultiEngine, CFI(airplane), CFI(instrument), Rotorcraft Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: Rotor-wing: $33,476, Fixed-wing: $25,549; Commercial and Instrument: Rotor-wing: $81,643; Fixedwing: $41,468; CFI-Airplane: $5,163 ; CFI- Instrument: Rotor-wing: $29,970; Fixed-wing: $3,298; Multi-engine: $23,460; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: Rotor-wing: $129,960, Fixedwing $62,180 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum: FAA minimums; Average: n/a; Maximum: n/a Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled; Flight instructor opportunities possible Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: n/a; Total Annual Value: n/a; website: n/a; Other: Various throughout institution Administration: Advisory committee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: UAA, WAI Articulation Agreements:

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Flight Education

Type of Degree AS

Online Aviation Programs Professional Pilot

Credit Hours Min 70

Enrollment 180

Remarks

Available Summer 2016

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UTAH

Utah State University 6000 Old Main Hill Logan, UT 84321 Telephone: 435-797-2758 Website: www.usu.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Aaron Dyches

Address: 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 N/A 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 Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below

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Online Aviation Programs: None Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at time of admission. *some restrictions FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Singleengine, 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 Agreements: [No information]

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Maintenance / Aircraft Maintenance Mgt Flight Education

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

Bachelors

120

178

Bachelors

120

65

Remarks

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UTAH

Utah Valley University

Online Aviation Programs: Yes Non-Traditional Offerings: Degrees or courses offered at satellite locations. Courses offered through distance learning. Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission. FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, MultiEngine, all CFI ratings. Instruction offered under FAA part 141, 61 Instruction conducted by: Institution Contractor, depending on location Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $11,000; Commercial and Instrument: $34,000; Multi-engine: $13,000; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $58,000 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 250; Average 270; Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled Administration: Advisory Committee, Graduate Placement Service Aviation Affiliations: UAA Articulation Agreements: All schools included in the Utah System of Higher Education

Address: 800 West University Parkway, Orem, UT 84058 Telehone: 888-901-7192 WEBSITE: www.flyuvu.com

Point of Contact: Gregory Schwab

Address: 1185 Mike Jense Parkway, Provo, UT 84601 – MS 114 Telehone: 801-863-7884 Email Address: Gschwab@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 30,000+ Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 1,200 Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $2,693; Non-resident: Cost varies

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1989 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aviation and Public Services Specialized Program Accreditation: Part 141 Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table.

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

A

65

x

Aviation Administration

B

120

x

Professional Pilot

B

120

x

Programs AAS/AS Aviation Degrees

Remarks

FIXED WING & ROTOR WING FLIGHT TRAINING

PROFESSIONAL FLIGHT TRAINING PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL MOUNTAIN FLYING

TO LEARN MORE CALL OR VISIT 855-435-4338 WWW.SUU.EDU www.uaa.aero

SOTA AVIONICS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES DEGREE PROGRAMS (AAS, BIS , BGS) FINANCIAL AID & STUDENT LOANS

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VERMONT

University Aviation Association

Westminster College Bill & Vieve Gore School of Business 1840 S 1300 E Salt Lake City, UT 84105 Telephone: (801) 832-2671 Website: www.westminstercollege.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Gail Avendaño

E-mail Address: gavendano@westminstercollege.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 2,233; Graduate 752 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 114 Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, ACT; We look at student applications from a holistic perspective and do not publish minimum GPA or test score requirements. Aver student high school GPA is 3.5; average student ACT is 25 Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $30,364; Non-resident: $38,082

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2000 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Business Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: None Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission

Vermont Technical College 201 Lawrence Place Williston, VT 05495 Telephone: (802) 879-2323 Web Address: www.vtc.edu

www.uaa.aero

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, instrument, MultiEngine, CFI(instrument), ATP, R-ATP, MEI Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 without Examining Authority Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $12,500 incl supplies and exam fees; Commercial and Instrument: Commercial-$18,000; Instrument-$13,500; CFI- Instrument: $5,000; Multi-engine: $7,500; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: n/a; Other: Sim lab fee $150 Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum – None due to our proficiencybased FAA approval; Average 300; Maximum n/a Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled; Internship post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: Most of our students receive scholarships/aid; Total Annual Value: varies; check out true cost calculator on website; website: www.westminstercollege.edu/ aviation/scholarships Administration: Advisory committee; Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: AABI, NBAA, NIFA, UAA, WAI Articulation Agreements: SLCC Comments: We fly 300 days per year, have established bridge programs with Regional Carriers, and personalized student support through graduation. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management Flight Education

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

BS

124

13

BS

124

101

Remarks

Part 141, approved to offer R-ATP (1,000 hours), FITS-approved Commercial course that is proficiency-based rather than hours-based—resulting in significant flight cost savings

Primary Contact: D. Smith

Telephone: (802) 324-5464 E-mail Address: dsmith4@vtc.vsc.edu [No information]

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OHIO VIRGINIA

Averett University 420 West Main Street Danville, VA 24541-3692 Telephone: (434) 791-5755 Website: http://www.averett.edu/

Hampton University 100 E. Queens St Hampton, VA 23668 Telephone: (757) 727-5418 Website: http://aviation.set.hamptonu.edu/

Point of Contact: Beverly Byrdsong

E-mail 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, ACT 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 below 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, MultiEngine, 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

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Point of Contact: Thomas Vick

Address: 420 West Main Street Danville, VA 24541-3692 Telephone: (434)791-5755 E-mail Address: thomas.vick@averett.edu [No information]

certificate and ratings in flight major: appr $40,000; Other 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 Administration: Advisory committee Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ATCA, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, UAA, WAI, AAAE Articulation Agreements: [not provided]

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Air Traffic Control Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

Type of Credit Degree Hours Enrollment 120AS-6 AS/BS 124 BS 19 BS

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Aviation Studies Flight Education Airport Administration

Remarks

120AS/BS 124 120BS 124

x AS-44 BS-21 9

Online Aviation Degree Programs Air Traffic Control

AS

60-120

Flight Education

AS

60-120

Aviation Management, Airport Administration

BS

60-120

Air traffic control programs have residency requirements for simulation courses.

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VIRGINIA

University Aviation Association

Liberty University 1971 University Blvd. Lynchburg, VA 24515 Telephone: 434-582-2183

Website: www.liberty.edu/aviation Point of Contact: Mr. James Mashburn Address: Same As Above Telephone: Same As Above E-mail Address: jmashburn@liberty.edu

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 Articulation Agreements: n/a

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: [not provided]

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, MultiEngine, CFI, CFII Instruction offered under FAA part 141 and 147 Instruction conducted by: School of Aeronautics Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $14,000; Commercial and Instrument: $35,500; CFI-Airplane: $7,000; CFI- Instrument: $4,000; Multi-

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Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

A, B

60/120

80

Aviation Studies

B

n/a

Flight Education

B

125

Remarks

n/a

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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

Address: 400 East University Way, Ellensburg, WA 98926-7515 Telehone: (509) 963-2364 Email Address: aviation@swu.edu21

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Schools Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 11,479; Graduate 557 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 160; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA Calendar System: Quarter Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $7,245 Non-resident: $18,882

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: AABI-candidate Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below 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, MultiEngine, CFI (airplane), CFI (instrument) Instruction offered under FAA part 141: FAR 141 without Examining Authority

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Instruction conducted by: Contractor Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $13,000; Commercial and Instrument: $25,500; CFI-Airplane: $6,500; CFI- Instrument: [no information]; Multi-engine: $9,000; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $45,000-$54,000 depending on specialization; Non-flightAirframe and Powerplant: [no information] 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; Other: Tuition waivers for high achieving students Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: NBAA, UAA, WAI

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

BS

77-91

160

Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

BS

77-91

160

Flight Education

BS

90-110

160

Programs Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance

Online Aviation Degree Programs

Remarks

Launched Fall 2015

Aviation Management

BS

91

Aviation Maintenance Management

BS

91

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WASHINGTON | WISCONSIN

University Aviation Association

Walla Walla University

Fox Valley Technical College

204 S College Ave College Place, WA 99324 Telephone: (509) 527-2615 Website: www.wallawalla.edu

3601 Oregon Street Oshkosh, WI 54902 Telephone: (920) 232-6001 Website: www.fvtc.edu

Point of Contact: Michael Gref

124 W Boeing Ave, Ste 3A Walla Walla, WA 99362 Telephone: 509-527-2323 E-mail Address: michael.gref@wallawalla.edu

Point of Contact: Jared Huss, Aeronautics Pilot Training

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, Second Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: varies for program; Non-resident: varies for program

Telehone: (920) 232-6024 E-mail Address: huss@fvtc.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

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: None Non-Traditional Offerings: Mission/Humanitarian Flight Training FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, MultiEngine, 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; CFI- Instrument: $2,025; Multiengine: $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 Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Type of Degree

Credit Hours

Enrollment

n/a

n/a

n/a

Aviation Studies

B

192

20

Flight Education

A, B

192

25

www.uaa.aero

Remarks n/a Aviation Management Aviation Technology

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 below Online Aviation Programs: [no information] Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission FAA Certificate Offerings: Privates, Commercial, Instrument, Multiengine, CFI(airplane), CFI(instrument) Instruction offered under FAA part 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; CFI- Instrument: varies; Multi-engine: varies; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: varies; Nonflight-Airframe and Powerplant: [no information] 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; website: [no information] 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

A

70

72

Avionics/Electronics

A

72

36

Flight Education

A

70

32

Programs Aviation Maintenance/ Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Remarks

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CANADA

University Aviation Association

Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology PO Box 60 443 Northern Avenue Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., P6A 5L3 Canada Telephone: (705) 759-2554 x2518 Website: http://www.saultcollege.ca/

Point of Contact: Mr. John Porter, Professor Telephone: Same as above E-mail Address: john.portas@saultcollege.ca [No Information]

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Province of Ontario Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 23,383; Graduate 5003 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 110; Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Grade 12 English, Two grade 12 maths, and three other grade 12 courses. Flight students need to fill out a supplementary application. Calendar System: Semester Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $7,271.93 + flight fees $22,833.00 per year; Non-resident: $23,853.95 +$22,833.00 flight fees

Aviation Program

Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology 1750 Finch Avenue East Toronto, Ontario M2J 2X5 Canada Telephone: (416) 491-5050 x44237 Website: www.senecacollege.ca

Point of Contact: Lynne McMullen

E-mail Address: lynn.mcmullen@senecacollege.ca [No information]

University of Western Ontario Social Science Centre 4330 London, Ontario N6A 5C2 Canada Telephone: (519) 661-2051 Website: www.mos.uwo.ca/undergraduate/cam/index.html

Point of Contact: Dr. Suzanne Kearns

Social Science Centre 4330, London, Ontario N6A 5C2 Telehone: (519) 661-2111 Ext 81465 E-mail Address: skearns4@uwo.ca Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Management/ Airway Science Management

Year aviation program established: 1999 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: DAN Management and Organizational Studies, Social Science Specialized Program Accreditation: Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: None Non-Traditional Offerings: [no information] FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine; We offer an Integrated Commercial Program with Multi-Engine Instrument Rating as per Transport Canada, Canadian Aviation Regulations Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Transport Canada: Canadian Aviation Regulations 406.75-77 - Integrated Program Instruction conducted by: partnership with Diamond Flight Centre Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum; 190.0 270.7 including flight training device Average 04 284.7 including flight training device; Maximum 224 304.7 including flight training device 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/ Administration: Aviation Affiliations: UAA, WAI Articulation Agreements: 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.

Type of Degree Honours Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies – Commercial Aviation Management (with or without flight)

Credit Hours 200 per term (5 courses a term, approximately 3 hours of class Specialization Bachelor of Management and Organizational time per week per Studies – Commercial Aviation Studies – Management course) (with or without flight) Honours Double Major BMOS – CAM with or without flight

Flight Education

78

B

120 — 121

Enrollment 108 total

Remarks Commercial Aviation Management with or without flight (Honours Specialization, Specialization, Honours Double Major)

The CAM program was developed in response to the changing Canadian aviation industry, which is increasingly requiring a university degree. Whether pursuing a position as a pilot, manager, or other professional career; the aviation industry values the skills acquired through a university education.

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GERMANY | PAKISTAN

University Aviation Association

Worms University of Applied Sciences Erenburgerstrasse 19, Worms 67549 Germany Telephone +49 6241 5090 Website: http://hs-worms.de/index. php?id=274&L=1

Point of Contact: Dr. Richard Klophaus Telephone: +49 6241 509375 E-mail Address: klophaus@hs-worms.de

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Other Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 3,000, Graduate Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 100; Graduate Freshman Admissions Requirements: Numerus Clausus; The final grade for non-EU citizens will be calculated using the Bavarian formula

University Of Management and Technology Address: C-II, Johar Town, Lahore, Pakistan. Telehone: 92 42 35212801-10 WEBSITE: www.umt.edu.pk

Point of Contact: Imran Saeed

Telephone: 0333-7775737 E-mail Address: aviation.cod@umt.edu.pk

Institutional Information

Institution Type: W4 Accreditation: EASA ATO, Aerobildung, Germany Highest Degree Offered: BS Aviation Management & BS Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technology. Student Body: Co-Educational Full-time Enrollment: Daily- Monday to Saturday (From 0800hrs1800hrs) Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Daily- Monday to Saturday (From 0800hrs-1800hrs) Freshman Admissions Requirements: Intermediate Calendar System: Spring-Summer-Fall. Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Approximately Pak Rs. 260000/= For BS Aviation Management. Approximately Pak Rs. 260000/=for BS Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technology & Part-66 License.

Aviation Program

BS Aviation Management & BS Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technology Year aviation program established:2011 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Institute of Applied Sciences.

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Calendar System: Semester

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2010 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: Business Specialized Program Accreditation: n/a Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table below Online Aviation Programs: No Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number; Total Annual Value website: http://hs-worms.de/Stipendien.5200.0.html Administration: [no information] Aviation Affiliations: UAA Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Type of Degree

Programs

Aviation Management

BA–Aviation Management BS–Aviation Management

Credit Hours Enrollment

180

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Remarks The program Bachelor of Arts in Aviation Management is offered entirely in English.

Specialized Program Accreditation: Part-66, Ground trainings for PPL, CPL, IR, FOO/FD, ELPT Flight Simulator Training Course. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Online Aviation Programs: N/A Non-Traditional Offerings: N/A FAA Certificate Offerings: N/A Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147; Other. N/A Instruction conducted by: [no information] Cost of Lab Fees: PAK Rs.6000 For Flight Simulator Training Course. Opportunities – Industry / Employment / Learning: Internship while enrolled Aviation Affiliations: Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority. Traditional Aviation Degree Programs Programs Aviation Maintenance / Aircraft Maintenance Mgt

Type of Degree BS Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technology with EASA Part-66. BS Aviation Management

Credit Hours 134

Enrollment 178

Remarks

126

Aviation Studies Flight Education

Part-66, Ground trainings for PPL, CPL, IR, FOO/FD, ELPT. Flight Simulator Training Course

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SPAIN | SWITZERLAND

Centro de Estudios Superiores de La Aviacion P O Box 481, Reus 43201 Spain Telephone: +34 977 300 027 Website: www.cesda.com

University Aviation Association

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2001 School / college / division in which the aviation program is located: CESDA college Specialized Program Accreditation: EASA and AQU Catalunya Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table Aviation Affiliations: UAA

Point of Contact: Miquel Traveria P O Box 481, Reus 43201 Spain Telephone: (3497) 730-0027 E-mail 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; Graduate 0 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 80 Graduate 0 Freshman Admissions Requirements: University access requirements at the Spanish Universities Calendar System: Semester

Rockfield College of Management Rautistrasse 12, P O Box 620, Zurich CH-8040 Switzerland Telephone: (4143) 534-6561 Website: www.rcmedu.ch/

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Remarks

Point of Contact: Dr. Jeremiah Agboola

Address: Rautistrasse 12, P O Box 620, Zurich CH-8040 Switzerland E-mail Address: admin@rcmedu.ch [No information]

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NON-UAA INSTITUTIONS

University Aviation Association

Non-UAA Aviation Programs 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 334-774-5113 www.escc.edu Jay Harbert, Division Director 334-774-5113 x3692 jharbert@escc.edu

Wallace State Community College 801 Main Street Northwest Hanceville, AL 35077 256-352-8000 www.wallacestate.edu Bert Mackentepe, Department Head. 256-737-3040 bert.mackentepe@wallacestate.edu

ARIZONA Chandler-Gilbert Community College 2626 E Pecos Rd Chandler, AZ 85225 480-732-7000 www.cgc.maricopa.edu Clarence Hutto, Division Chair 480-988-8116 Email address: [no information]

Prima Community College

1255 N Stone Ave Tucson, AZ 85709 520- 206-7171 www.pima.edu Thomas Hinman, Aviation Program Manager 520-206-5907. thinman1@pima.edu

ARKANSAS Black River Technical College

PO Box 468 Pocahontas, AR 72455 870- 248-4000 www.blackrivertech.org Norma Ashburn, Administrative Specialist for Aviation (870) 248-4000, x 4151 normaa@blackrivertech.org

Aviation School 600 W Maryland Ave Sherwood, AR 72120 501-835-5420 www.pulaskitech.edu Raymond Dubuc, Instructor 501-835-5420 aerospace@pulaskitech.edu

9200 Valley View St Cypress, CA 90630 714-484-7000 www.cypresscollege.edu Kathleen Reiland, Chair 714-484-7411 kreiland@cypresscollege.edu

Southern Arkansas University Tech

5055 Santa Teresa Blvd Gilroy, CA 95020 408-848-4800 www.gavilan.edu Travis Flippen, Instructor 408-852-2818 tflippen@gavilan.edu

6415 Spellman Road Camden, AR 71701 870-574-4500 www.sautech.edu Bill Archer, Aviation Program 879-574-4593 barcher@sautech.edu

CALIFORNIA

Antelope Valley College 3041 W Ave K Lancaster, CA 93536 661-722-6300 www.avc.edu Jack Halliday, Professor, Aeronautics 616-722-6300 x6736 jhalliday@avc.edu

California State University – Los Angeles 5151 State University Dr Los Angeles, CA 90032. 323-343-3000 www.calstatela.edu Dr. Keith Mew, Professor 323-343-4550 kmew@calstatela.edu

Chaffey College

5885 Haven Ave Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737 909-652-6000 www.chaffey.edu Russ Baty, Instructor 909-652-6869 russell.baty@chaffey.edu

City College of San Francisco Aeronautics 50 Phelan Ave San Francisco, CA 94112 415-239-3000 www.ccsf.edu Tanya Lyles, Chair 650-821-0220 tlyles@ccsf.edu

Gavilan Community College

Glendale Community College 1500 N Verdugo Rd Glendale, CA 91208 818- 240-1000 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 562-938-3069 www.lbcc.edu Kenneth Tsuji, Instructor 562-938-3216 ktsuji@lbcc.edu

Mt. San Antonio College 1100 N Grand Ave Walnut, CA 91789 909-274-7500 www.mtsac.edu Robert Rogus, Co-Chair 909-274-5006 rrogus@mtsac.edu

Orange Coast College

2701 Fairview Rd Costa Mesa, CA 92626 714-432-5072 www.orangecoastcollege.edu Stanley Harriman, Instructor 714-432-5986 Email address: [no information]

Palomar Community College

Cypress College

Pulaski Technical College www.uaa.aero

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NON-UAA INSTITUTIONS 1140 W Mission Rd San Marcos, CA 92069 760-744-1150 www.palomar.edu Paul Langston 760-744-1150 x5241 plangston@palomar.edu

Reedley College

995 N Reed Ave Reedley, CA 93654 559-638-3641 www.reedleycollege.edu Jason Asman, Instructor 559-638-3641 x3243 jason.asman@reedleycollege.edu

Sacramento City College

3835 Freeport Blvd Sacramento, CA 95822 916-558-2148 www.scc.losrios.edu Donnetta Webb, Dean Adv. Technology 916-558-2491 webbd@scc.losrios.edu

San Bernardino Valley College 701 S Mt Vernon Ave San Bernardino, CA 92410 909-384-4400 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 619-388-7800 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 www.sjvc.edu Point of Contact: Department: Telephone: Email address:

Solano Community College

4000 Suisun Valley Rd Fairfield, CA 94534 707-864-7000 www.solano.edu Marie Morinec, Dean of Applied Technology 707-864-7155 maire.morinec@solano.edu

University Aviation Association Culver City, CA 90230. (310) 287-4200 www.wlac.edu Jack Moy, Division Chair 310-287-4514 moyjm@wlac.edu

COLORADO Colorado Northwestern Community College

Wilmington University

320 N Dupont Hwy New Castle, DE 302-356-4636 www.wilmu.edu Audrey M. Parajon, Business Chair 302-356-6746 audrey.m.parajon@wilmu.edu

WASHINGTON, DC

Rabgely Campus 500 Kennedy Dr Rangely, CO 81648 800-562-1105 www.cncc.edu Jason Krueger 970-675-3223 Jason.krueger@cncc.edu

University of the District of Columbia

Redstone College- Denver

FLORIDA

10851 W 120th Ave Broomfield, CO 80021 877-348-9708 www.redstone.edu Tim Braa, Avionics Chair 303-410-2469 tbraa@redstone.edu

4200 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, DC 20008 202-274-5000 www.udc.edu Jacqueline Jackson, Dean Academic Affairs 202-274-5830 jsjackson@udc.edu

Eastern Florida State College

CONNECTICUT

3865 N Wickham Rd Melbourne, FL 32935 321-632-1111 www.easternflorida.edu Denise Johnson, Student Advisor 321-433-7754 johnsonde@easternflorida.edu

Naugatuck Valley Community College

Palm Beach State College

Quinebaug Valley Community College

St. Petersburg College

Three Rivers Community Technical College

Santa Fe College

750 Chase Pkwy Waterbury, CT 06708 203) 575-8000 www.nv.edu Point of Contact: Department: Telephone: Email address: [no information] 742 Upper Maple St Danielson, CT 06239 860-412-7200 www.qvcc.edu Jayne Battye, Dean 860-932-4050 jbattye@qvcc.commnet.edu

7 Mahan Drive Norwich, CT 06360 860-215-9000 www.threerivers.edu Patrick Knowles, Chair 860-215-9445 pknowles@trcc.commnet.edu

DELAWARE

4200 S Congress Ave Lake Worth, FL 33461 561-967-7222 www.palmbeachstate.edu Judy Maxwell, Aeronautical Science Department Chair 561-868-3577 maxwelja@palmbeachstate.edu 6605 5th Ave N St Petersburg, FL 33710 727-341-4772 www.spcollege.edu Lara Sharp, Program Director 727-398-8256 sharp.lara@spcollege.edu 3000 NW 83 St Gainesville, FL 32606 352-395-5000 www.sfcollege.edu Louis Kalivoda 352-271-2925 louis.kalivoda@sfcollege.edu

GEORGIA Georgia Northwestern Technical

West Los Angeles College 9000 Overland Ave 82

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NON-UAA INSTITUTIONS

University Aviation Association

College

Aviation Training Center 127 Capitoline Drive N.E. Rome, GA 30165 706-802-5085 www.gntc.edu Jon Byrd, Program Director 706-802-5086 jbyrd@gntc.edu

Central Georgia Technical College 3300 Macon Tech Dr, Macon, GA 31206 478-757-3400 www.centralgatech.edu Mike Pace, Program Chair 478-218-3360 mpace@centralgatech.edu

IDAHO Idaho State University

921 S 8th Ave Pocatello, ID 83201 208-282-0211 www.isu.edu Gary Shipley, Program Coordinator 208-232-8485 shipgary@isu.edu

ILLINOIS Kishwaukee College

21193 Malta Rd Malta, IL 60150 815-825-2086 www.kishwaukeecollege.edu Steve Durin, Program Coordinator 815825-2086 x2850 steve.durin@kishwaukeecollege.edu

Lewis and Clark Community College 5800 Godfrey Rd Godfrey, IL 62035 618-468-7000 www.lc.edu Alan Foster acfoster@lc.edu

Lincoln Land Community College 5250 Shepherd Rd. Springfield, IL 217-786-2200 www.llcc.edu Dave Pietrzak, Aviation Maintenance 309-922-1134 david.pietrzak@llcc.edu

Moody Bible Institute 820 N La Salle Dr Chicago, IL 60610

800-356-6639 www.moody.edu Cecil Bedford, Program Manager Telephone: [no information] Email address: [no information]

Quincy University

1800 College Ave Quincy, IL 62301 217-222-8020 www.quincy.edu Andrew Dow, Program Coordinator 217-228-5432 x3232 dowan@quincy.edu

Rock Valley College

6349 Falcon Rd Rockford, IL 815-921-7821 www.rockvalleycollege.edu Mark Adolphson, Academic Chair 815-921-3013 m.adolphson@rockvalleycollege.edu

Southwestern Illinois College

201 N Church St Belleville, IL 62220 618-234-4410 www.swic.edu Keith Mueller, Program Coordinator 618-235-2700 Keith.mueller@swic.edu

Vincennes University

1002 N 1st St Vincennes, IN 47591 800-742-9198 www.vinu.edu Jason Ritchie, Chief Instructor 317-328-7171 jritchie@vinu.edu

Waubonsee Community College

Route 47 Waubonsee Drive Sugar Grove, IL 60554 603-466-7900 Kerri Wilson, Administrative Specialist 630-466-7900 x2319 kwilson@waubonsee.edu

IOWA Iowa Western Community College 2700 College Rd Council Bluffs, IA 51503 712-325-3200 www.iwcc.edu Eugene Jedlicka, Program Chair 712-325-3370 ejedlicka@iwcc.edu

Central Christian College of Kansas 1200 S Main St McPherson, KS 67460 620-241-0723 www.centralchrustuan.edu Quinn Bowers, Aviation Instructor quinn.bowers@centralchristian.edu

Fort Hays State University

600 Park St Hays, KS 67601 785-628-3478 www.fhsu.edu Kim Stewart, Executive Director 785-628-4305 kstewart@fhsu.edu

Hesston College

325 S College Dr Hesston, KS 67062 620-327-4221 www.hesston.edu Amy Birdsell, Chief Flight Instructor 316-283-6161 amy.birdsell@hesston.edu

Wichita State University

NIAR 845 Fairmount St Wichita, KS 67260 316-978-6427 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 606-679-8501 www.somerset.kctcs.edu David Deaton, Program Coordinator 606-451-6772 davida.deaton@kctcs.edu

LOUISIANA Louisiana Tech College

305 Wisteria St Ruston, LA 71272 318-257-2000 www.latech.edu Gary Odom, Department Head 318-257-2691 godom@latech.edu

Northwestern State University 175 Sam Sibley Dr

KANSAS

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NON-UAA INSTITUTIONS

Natchitoches, LA 71457 318-357-6011 www.nsula.edu Austin Temple, Dean 318-357-6699 temple@nsula.edu

Southern University at Shreveport 3050 Dr Martin Luther King Dr Shreveport, LA 71107 318-670-6000 www.susla.edu Banks, Timothy, Aviation Instructor 318-676-5596 tbanks@susla.edu

Sowela Technical Community College 3820 Sen J Bennett Johnston Ave Lake Charles, LA 70615 337-421-6565 www.sowela.edu Troy Fontenot 337-421-6592 x4343 troy.fontenot@sowela.edu

University of Louisiana at Monroe 700 University Ave Monroe, LA 71209 318-342-1000 www.ulm.edu David King, Program Director 318-342-1784 dking@ulm.edu

MICHIGAN Andrews University

8975 Old U.S. 31 Berrien Springs, MI 49104 269-471-7771 www.andrews.edu Duane Habenicht, Airport Manager 269-471-3265 duaneh@andrews.edu

Lansing Community College

610 N Capitol Ave Lansing, MI 48933 800-644-4522 www.lcc.edu Mark Cosgrove, Program Director cosgrom1@lcc.edu

Northern Michigan University

1401 Presque Isle Ave, Marquette, MI 49855 (906) 227-1000 www.nmu.edu Michael Andary, Assistant Professor 906-227-1573

MINNESOTA

University Aviation Association

Inver Hills Community College 2500 80th St E Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076 651-450-3000 www.inverhills.edu Anand Vyas 651-450-3668 AVyas@inverhills.mnscu.edu

Lake Superior College

2101 Trinity Rd Duluth, MN 55811 218-733-7600 www.lsc.edu Dan Traska, Interim Director 218-733-7737 daniel.traska@lsc.edu

Northland Community & Technical College 1101 State Hwy 1 Thief River Falls, MN 56701 218-683-8800 www.northlandcollege.edu Richard Chapman, Aviation Instructor 218-683-8806

richard.chapman@northlandcollege.edu

MISSISSIPPI Hinds Community College 3925 Sunset Dr Jackson, MS 39213 601-366-1405 www.hindscc.edu Marion Eifling, Instructor 601-857-3822

Northwest Mississippi Community College 1310 Belk Blvd Oxford, MS 38655 662-236-2023 www.northwestms.edu Calvin Cooper, Program Director 662-280-6183 ccooper@northwestms.edu

MISSOURI Linn State Technical College

One Technology Dr Linn, MO 65051 573-897-5000 www.statetechmo.edu Robert Grosvenor, Chair 573-897-5199 robert.grosvenor@statetechmo.edu

NEBRASKA

Grace University

1311 S 9th St Omaha, NE 68108 402-449-2800 www.graceuniersity.edu Padin, Joel Program Director 402.449.2829 jpadin8451@graceu.edu

Western Nebraska Community College 371 College Dr Sidney, NE 69162 308-254-5450 www.wncc.edu Jon Leever, Aviation Instructor 308-254-7448 leeverj@wncc.edu

NEW HAMPSHIRE New Hampshire Community Technical College — Nashua 505 Amherst St Nashua, NH 03063 603-578-8900 www.nashuacc.edu Bob Donadio, Aviation Professor 603-578-8900 x1761 bdonadio@ccsnh.edu

NEW JERSEY County College of Morris 214 Center Grove Rd Randolph, NJ 07869 973-328-5000 www.ccm.edu Venancio Fuentes, Chair 973-328-5766 vfuentes@ccm.edu

NEW YORK Dutchess Community College

53 Pendell Rd Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 845-431-8000 www.sunydutchess.edu William F. Anderson, Dean 845-431-8961 william.anderson@sunydutchess.edu

Farmingdale State College

2350 Broad Hollow Rd Farmingdale, NY 11735 631-420-2000 www.farmingdale.edu Michael Trzaska, Chief Flight Instructor 631-420-2532 trzaskm@farmingdale.edu

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University Aviation Association

College

78 Washington Ave Schenectady, NY 12305 518-381-1200 www.sunnysccc.edu Tania Cabrera, Associate Professor 518-381-1328 cabrert@sunysccc.edu

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

Robeson Community College

5160 Fayetteville Rd Lumberton, NC 28360 910-272-3700 www.robenson.edu Louis Mclntyre, Chair Math/Science 910-272-3381 lmcintyre@robeson.edu

OHIO Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

3520 Central Pkwy Cincinnati, OH 45223 513-569-1500 www.cincinnatistate.edu Austin Weichold, Instructor 513-569-4974 austin.weichold@cincinnatistate.edu

Columbus State Community College 550 E Spring St Columbus, OH 43215 614-287-5353 www.cscc.edu Jeffrey Gruber, Associate Professor 614-287-7105 jgruber@cscc.edu 

OKLAHOMA Western Oklahoma State College 2801 N Main St Altus, OK 73521 580-477-2000 www.wosc.edu Jeri Dulaney, Dean 580-477-7767 jeri.dulaney@wosc.edu

OREGON

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Central Oregon Community College 2600 NW College Way Bend, OR 97701 541-383-7700 www.cocc.edu Karl Baldessari, Program Coordinator 541-318-3702 kbaldessari@cocc.edu

Lane Community College 4000 E 30th Ave Eugene, OR 97405 541-463-3000 www.lanecc.edu Paul Lancaster, Instructor 541-463-4316 lancasterp@lanecc.edu

Portland Community College

Greenville, SC 29607 864-250-8000 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 Lake Area Technical Institute

12000 SW 49th Ave Portland, OR 97219 971-722-6111 www.pcc.edu Larry Altree, Department Chair 971-722-7457 laltree@pcc.edu

1201 Arrow Ave NE Watertown, SD 57201‎ 605-882-5284 www.lakereatech.edu Michael Cartney, President

PENNSYLVANIA

North Central Institute

Pennsylvania College of Technology 1 College Ave Williamsport, PA 17701 570-326-3761 www.pct.edu Jim Doebler, Associate Professor 570-320-2400 x3629 jdoebler@pct.edu

Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics

TENNESSEE 168 Jack Miller Blvd Clarksville, TN 37042 931-431-9700 www.nci.edu John McCurdy 931-431-9700 jmccurdy@nci.edu

TEXAS Amarillo College

5 Allegheny County Airport West Mifflin, PA 15122 412-346-2100 www.pia.edu Steven Sabold, Director of Admissions 412-346-2122 ssabold@pia.edu

1314 S Polk St Amarillo, TX 79101 806-371-5000 www.actx.edu James Faustina, Instructor 806-335-4381

SOUTH CAROLINA

101 Baldwin Blvd Corpus Christi, TX 78404 361-698-1200 www.delmar.edu Christopher Burnette, Instructor 361-698-2721 cburnette@delmar.edu

Bob Jones University

1700 Wade Hampton Blvd Greenville, SC 29614 864-242-5100 www.bju.edu Point of Contact: Department: Telephone: Email address:

Del Mar College

Hallmark University 8901 Wetmore Rd

Greenville Technical College 506 S Pleasantburg Dr

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San Antonio, TX 78216 210-826-1000 www.hallmarkuniversity.edu Randy Chapko, Program Chair 210-690-9000 x116 rchapko@hallmarkuniversity.edu

Lee College

200 Lee Dr Baytown, TX 77520 281-427-5611 www.lee.edu Layton Childress, Dean 281-425-6440 lchildress@lee.edu

Palo Alto College

1400 W Villaret Blvd San Antonio, TX 78224 210-486-3000 www.alamo.edu John Aken, Department Advisor 210-486-3077 jaken1@alamo.edu

San Jacinto College 8060 Spencer Hwy Pasadena, TX 77505 281-476-1501 www.sanjac.edu Travis Barker 281-478-2789 travis.barker@sjcd.edu

St. Philips College

1801 Martin Luther King Dr San Antonio, TX 78203 210-486-2000 www.alamo.edu Rod Cotter 210-486-7201 rcotter@alamo.edu

Tarrant County College District

1500 Houston St Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-515-8223 www.tccd.edu Joseph McCourt, Director of Aviation 817-515-7250 joseph.mccourt@tccd.edu

Texas Southern University 3100 Cleburne St Houston, TX 77004 713-313-7011 www.tsu.edu David Olowokere, Professor 713-313-7995 olowokeredo@tsu.edu

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Texas State Technical College – Harlingen

South Seattle Community College

Texas State Technical College – West Texas

Spokane Community College

North N Street Harlingen, TX 78550 800-852-8784 www.tstc.edu Thomas Cross, Instructor 956-364-4787

6000 16th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98106 206-934-5300 www.southseattle.edu Wendy Nagasawa, Executive Assistant 206-934-5311 wendy.nagasawa@seattlecolleges.edu

VIRGINIA

1810 N Greene St Spokane, WA 99217 509-533-7000 www.scc.spokane.edu Karl Bawden 509-533-8494 karl.bawden@scc.spokane.edu

Blue Ridge Community College

WISCONSIN

650 E Hwy 80 Abilene, TX 79601 325-672-7091 www.tstc.edu

College Ln Weyers Cave, VA 24486 540-234-9261 www.community.brcc.edu Fred Dyen, Professor 540-453-2306 dyenf@brcc.edu

Gateway Technical College

WASHINGTON

3520 30th Ave Kenosha, WI 53144 800-247-7122 www.gtc.edu Bryan Albrecht, President 262-564-3610 albrechtb@gtc.edu

Big Bend Community College

INTERNATIONAL

7662 Chanute St NE Moses Lake, WA 98837 509-793-2222 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 253-589-5800 www.cptc.edu Greg Doyon, Instructor 253-583-8915 greg.doyon@cptc.edu

Everett Community College

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 Trushar Adatia, Associate Dean t.adatia@londonmet.ac.uk

Prince Sultan University

College of Business Administration PO Box 66833, Rafha Street Riyadh, 11586 SAUDI ARABIA (1196611)494-8537 danlwong888@gmail.com

2000 Tower St Everett, WA 98201 425-388-9100 www.everettcc.edu Dana Prigmore, Program Specialist 425-388-9584 dprigmore@everettcc.edu

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

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x

x

x

x

x

x x

x

x x x

x

CUNY Aviation Institute at York College

NY

x

x

Daniel Webster College

NH

x

x

Delaware State University

DE

x

x

Delta State University

MS

x

x

Dutchess Community College

NY

x

Eastern Kentuky University

KY

x

Eastern Michigan University - Eagle Flight Centre

MI

x

x

Eastern Michigan University

MI

x

x

Elizabeth City State University

NC

x

x

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Daytona Beach

FL

x

x

x

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide

FL

x

x

x

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Memphis

TN

x

x

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Prescott

AZ

x

Everglades University

FL

x

x

Florida Institute of Technology

FL

x

x

Florida Memorial University

FL

x

x

Florida State College at Jacksonville

FL

Florida Tech College of Aeronautics

FL

88

x

x

x

x

x x x x

x x

CAN

Concordia University

x

x x

Baylor University

Community College of Beaver County

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x x

x x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

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UAA MEMBER INSTITUTIONS: ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH OPTIONS & DEGREES er th O S UA y rit cu Se t y / Pilo fet Sa Pro g c / rin d u ne e t E ngi mt gh E g Fli s / nM t nic tio tro via Mgm A ec El s / aint h / M patc di e ics Stu nt / Dis ion Av tion Mai C / line n ia O AT Av ion te iat ua Av ad Gr rs elo ch tes cia Ba

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Institution Fox Valley Technical College

State WI

x

Hampton University

VA

x

Henderson State University

AR

x

x

Indian Hills Community College

IA

x

x

Indiana State University

IN

x

x

Institute of Aviation at Parkland College

IL

Inter American University of Puerto Rico - Bayamon

PR

Iowa Lakes Community College

IO

Jacksonville University

FL

Glendale Community College

CA

Kansas State University at Salina

KS

x

Kent State University

OH

x

x

LeTourneau University

TX

x

x

Lewis University

IL

x

x

x

Liberty University

VA

x

x

x

x x

x

x

x

x

x x

x

x

x

x

x

x

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x x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x x

Louisiana Tech University

LA

x

FL

x

Marywood University

PA

x

Mercer County Community College

NJ

Metropolitan State University of Denver

CO

x

x

Miami Dade College

FL

x

x

Middle Tennessee State University

TN

x

x

Minnesota State University, Mankato

MN

x

Montana State University – Gallatin College

MT

x

Ohio University

OH

x

x

Oklahoma State University

OK

x

x

Orange Coast College

CA

x

x

Ozarka College

AR

x

x x

x

x

x

x x

x

x x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

Pacific Union College

CA

x

x

Polk State College

FL

x

x

Purdue University

IN

x

x

Quincy University

IL

x

x

Rockfield College of Management

SWZ

x

x

Rocky Mountain College

CO

x

x

Sacramento City College

CA

Saint Louis University, PCEAT

MO

Salt Lake Community College

UT

San Diego Christian College

CA

San Joaquin Valley College

CA

San Jose State University

CA

x

x

x x

x

x

x

x

x x

x

Lynn University

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x

x

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x

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UAA MEMBER INSTITUTIONS: ALPHABETICAL LIST WITH OPTIONS & DEGREES

er th O S UA y rit cu Se t y / Pilo fet Sa Pro g c / rin d u ne e t E ngi mt gh E g Fli s / nM t nic tio tro via Mgm A ec El s / aint h / M patc di e ics Stu nt / Dis ion Av ion Mai C / line n iat O AT Av ion te iat ua Av ad Gr rs elo ch tes cia

San Juan College

State NM

Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology

CAN

Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology

CAN

x

x

x

South Dakota State university

SC

x

x

x

Southeastern Oklahoma State University – ASI

OK

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

IL UT

Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology

OK

x

Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology - LAX

CA

x

x

Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology - IE

CA

x

x

Texas A&M University – Central Texas

TX

x

x

x

Texas Southern University

TX

x

x

x

Texas State Technical College - Waco

TX

x

The Ohio State University

OH

x

The University of Oklahoma

OK

x

Thomas Edison State University

NJ

Tulsa Community College

OK

x

Tuskeegee University

AL

x

University of Alaska - Anchorage

AK

University of Maine at Augusta

MN

x

University of Central Missouri

MO

x

University of Cincinnati – Clermont College

OH

University of Dubuque

IA

x

University of Management and Technology

PAK

x

University of Memphis

TN

x

x

University of Nebraska at Kearney

NE

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x x

x

x

Southern Utah University

x

x x

x

x

Southern Illinois University

x

x x x

x

NE

x x

University of Southern California

CA

x

x

x

x

x x

x x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x x x

x

x

x

x

x x

x

x

ND

Utah State University

x

x

x

University of Nebraska at Omaha

x x

x

x

University of North Dakota University of Western Ontario

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University Aviation Association

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

CAN

x

UT

x

Utah Valley University

UT

x

x

Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology

NY

x

x

Walla Walla University

WA

x

x

Wallace State Community College - Hanceville

AL

x

Western Michigan University College of Aviation

MI

x

Westminster College

UT

Worms University of Applied Sciences

GER

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