2024 UAA Collegiate Aviation Guide

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Collegiate Aviation Guide

WHERE AVIATION & EDUCATION MEET

DATE: September25-27,2024

TIME: LAUNCHES 0830

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About the Conference

University Aviation Association invites you to the 2024 Collegiate Aviation Education Conference & Expo in Memphis, Tennessee. Our Conference will be held in the Hilton Memphis, September 25-27, 2024. This 3-day event offers innovation workshops, thought-provoking education sessions, and opportunities for attendees to hear from leaders across the industry. During the meeting, committees meet to discuss targeted issues and policy positions that affect core groups within the membership.

Learn, Network, Connect! The annual collegiate aviation conference is the premier gathering place for college and university educators focusing on the collegiate aviation industry. It includes presentations from government agencies, university professionals, research-based programs, safety professionals, and those committed to best practices in aviation education in the college and university environment.

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Chaminda Prelis, PhD, Middle Tennessee State University

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Jeremy Brown, Frasca International, Inc

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Mary Johnson, PhD, Purdue University

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Tyler Tenbrink, Piedmont Airlines

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Ryan Wallace, EdD, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

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John Blum, Lone Star College

Amanda Briggs, Institute of Aviation at Parkland College

Cody Christensen, EdD, South Dakota State University

Michael Gaffney, Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Yi Gao, PhD, Purdue University

William Kwong, Boeing Global Services

Ryan Leick, PhD, Utah Valley University

Amy Parish, UFA, Inc

Carla Pinto, Broward College

Matthew Romero, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale

Dristin Rose, Envoy Air

Martin Rottler, Delta Air Lines

Megan Sollender, Republic Airways

Douglas Williams, PhD, Community College of Baltimore County

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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 2024 edition of the Collegiate Aviation Guide. The Guide is a directory of departments in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Canada, and abroad that offer academic degrees and/or majors in aviation. The institutions listed in this Guide are accredited by a regional or national accrediting organization as a degree granting institution and/or are listed in the 2023 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.

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UNIVERSITY AVIATION ASSOCIATION ALPA .................................................................................... 78 ASA......................................... 19, 56, & Back Inside Cover Baylor University.............................................................. 55 California Aeronautical University ................................8 Cirrus Aircraft ................................................................... 28 Delta Air Lines .................................................................... 16 Diamond Aircraft ............................................................. 52 Endeavor Air ...................................................................... 59 Florida Technology .......................................................... 72 FRASCA ............................................................................... 31 Gleim Aviation ................................................................... 26 Lone Star College ............................................................ 57 National Gay Pilots Association ................................... 15 Piedmont Airlines ........................................... Back Cover Piper ..................................................................................... 82 Propel by Delta .................................................................. 42 PSA Airlines ................................................................. 20, 48 Saint Louis University ...................................................... 35 SIMULATE ........................................................................... 77 Southern Illinois University Carbondale .................... 24 Spidertracks ....................................................................... 59 Talon Systems .................................................................... 68 Texas A&M University – Central Texas........................ 58 Texas Woman’s University .............................................. 60 University Of Nebraska Omaha ................................... 38 US Aviation Academy 62 Utah Valley University ..................................................... 64 Virtual Fly ...................................................................... 15, 66 Women in Aviation ............................................................. 15 Western Michigan University ........................................ 32 Alabama ....................... 4 Alaska ........................... 5 Arizona ...................... 5-7 Arkansas .................. 7-9 California ................ 9-11 Colorado ................ 12-13 Delaware .....................13 Florida ................... 14-22 Georgia ....................... 22 Illinois ................... 22-25 Indiana ................. 26-27 Iowa ............................. 27 Kansas ....................... 28 Louisiana ....................29 Maryland ............ 29-30 Massachusetts ..........31 Michigan ............... 31-33 Minnesota .......... 33-34 Mississippi ................ 34 Missouri ...............35-36 Montana ...................... 37 Nebraska ................... 39 Nevada ....................... 40 New Hampshire ........ 40 New Jersey ......... 40-41 New Mexico ................ 41 New York ............. 42-43 North Carolina .......... 44 North Dakota ............ 44 Ohio ...................... 45-47 Oklahoma ........... 47-50 Pennsylvania .......50-51 Puerto Rico ................. 51 South Carolina .........53 South Dakota ............53 Tennessee ................ 54 Texas .................... 54-61 Utah ..................... 63-65 Virginia .............. 65-66 Washington ................67 West Virginia ............ 69 Wisconsin .................. 69 International .......70-71
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Athens State University

300 N. Beaty St., Athens, AL 35611 (256) 233-8100 | www.athens.edu/aerospace

ALABAMA

Point of Contact: Wayne McCain - drwayne@athens.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: SACS/ACBSP

Highest Degree Offered: Masters

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 3,800; Graduate: 200

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 200; Graduate: 40 Percentage Identify as Female: 40%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,000; Non-Resident: $7,470

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2006; 2022 ATSU Aviation program is located: Applied Technology WSCC; College of Business (ATSU)

Specialized Program Accreditation: PVT/Comm/CFI Airplane/ Helicopter AAS (WSCC); BSASM (ATSU)

Online Aviation Programs: Aerospace Systems Management; Aviation Management; Space Systems Management

Non-Traditional Offerings: All On-Line Distance Learning-DL FAA Certificate Offerings: Partnered w/ Wallace State Community College (WSCC) for Pilot Training

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: WSCC Private/ Commercial/Instrument; fixed and rotary wing ratings

Instruction conducted by: FAA CFI/CFII AGI; MS/PhD Cost of Lab Fees: $53 (applicable to specific courses, not applicable to aircraft flight costs)

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum: 190; Average 250 Opportunities – CFI employment after WSCC graduation Administration: Board of Trustees and President appointed by Governor of Alabama

Aviation Affiliations: Wallace State Community College (Pilot training); Calhoun Community College (Aerospace Design and Manufacturing Technologies)

Comments: Athens State’s Bachelors of Aerospace Systems Management (BSASM) degree program offers a unique, on-line opportunity for students world-wide to meet the educational requirements of exponentially expanding aviation and commercial space industries at very affordable costs.

Auburn University

2150 Bent Creek Rd., Auburn, AL 36830 (334) 844-1942 | www.cla.auburn.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Dr. James Birdsong - jgb0013@auburn.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 24,931; Graduate: 5,510

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 615

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 14%

Percentage Identify as Female: 16%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition:

Resident: $11,826; Non-Resident: $31,986

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1941

Aviation program is located: School of Aviation

Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation

Board International (AABI)

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Course credit for pilot certification and ratings held at time of enrollment; Advanced Pilot or Flight Instructor Certification and Rating

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot Certification (ASEL); Instrument Rating - Airplane; Commercial Pilot Certification, Airplane Multi-Engine Land (AMEL); Certified Flight Instructor, Airplane Single-Engine (ASE); Certified Flight Instructor, Instrument-Airplane (IA); Flight Instructor Certification, Airplane Multi-Engine (AME); 1000-hour R-ATP eligible

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: Private Pilot Certification (ASEL); Instrument Rating - Airplane; Commercial Pilot Certification, Airplane Multi-Engine Land (AMEL); Flight Instructor Certification, Airplane Single-Engine (ASE); Flight Instructor Certification, Instrument-Airplane (IA); Flight Instructor Certification, Airplane Multi-Engine (AME); 1000-hour R-ATP

Flight Hours at Graduation: Average 350

Opportunities – Internship while enrolled

Scholarship/Financial Aid: https://www.auburn.edu/scholarship/ ausom/index.php

Administration: Industry Advisory Board

Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, AABI, Alpha Eta Rho, Eta Mu

Sigma, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, PPOT, Striped Wings Aviation Ambassadors, UAA, WAI, 99's

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ALABAMA
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Administration BSA 124 40 Aircraft Dispatch AAS 76 200 Aviation Sciences BSA 124 Professional Pilot AAS 76 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Traffic Control AAS 62 55 Aircraft Maintenance Management AAS 60 53 Aviation Management AAS BS 60 120 150

University of Alaska - Anchorage

717 O Street #3, Anchorage, AK 99501 (907) 786-7200 | www.uaa.alaska.edu

Point of Contact: Holly Johanknecht - Holly@uaa.alaska.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges

Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 6,200; Graduate: 525

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 405

Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,000 (30 credits);

Non-Resident: $20,000 (30 credits)

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1975

Aviation program is located: Community and Technical

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings at the time of admission; Credit only for Pilot Certificate at time of admission

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFII (instrument), A&P

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141

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; CFII-Instrument: $6,000; Multi-Engine: $9,000; Total cost of Certificate and Ratings in flight major: $53,000 through Commercial Instrument & Multiengine; Non-flight Airframe & Power plant: $1,500; Other: ATC Lab fee totals: $2,500

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 165; Average 200

Opportunities – Internship while enrolled

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Annual Value: est $100,000 Website: www.uaa.alaska.edu/scholarships

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ATCA, ATEC, UAA

Arizona State University

7442 E. Innovation Way., Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 727-1595 | www.poly.engineering.asu.edu

Point of Contact: Marc O’Brien - marc.obrien@asu.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: 83,000; Graduate: 20,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 500; Graduate: 30

Freshman Admissions Requirements: see website Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $11,000; NonResident: $29,000

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1957

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Polytechnic School, Fulton Schools of Engineering

Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI

Online Aviation Programs: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: PAR through CFI-IME

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: IRA, Commercial

Instruction conducted by: Airline Transport Professionals

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $20,189; Commercial and Instrument: $50,000; CFI-(Airplane): $7,000; CFII-(Instrument): $6,000; Total cost of certificate in flight major: $84,000

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled, Pathways with Airlines Administration: Advisory Committee; Graduate placement Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ATCA, NBAA, UAA, WAI

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Traffic Control AAS 62 55 Aircraft Maintenance Management AAS 60 53 Aviation Management AAS BS 60 120 150 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Traffic Management BS 120 90 Air Transportation Management BS 120 90 Professional Flight BS 120 240 Unmanned Aerial Systems BS 120 50

California Aeronautical University - AZ

4517 E. Mallory Circle, Suite 115, Mesa, AZ 85215 (661) 387-2057 | www.calaero.edu

Point of Contact: Matthew Johnston - Mattj@calaero.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Aeronautics (Flight)

Aviation Business Administration

Aviation Studies (Fixed-Wing)

Aviation Studies (Rotorcraft)

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Accreditation: Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges

Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors

Student Body: Co-Educational Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment www.calaero.com/catalog Calendar System: Quarter

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2021 Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA Certificates and Ratings held at time of admissions

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, CFI (airplane), CFII (Instrument), Multi-Engine Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: See catalog for current tuition and fees

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 250; Average 300 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: On-campus work study, airline and industry agreements SkyWest, Piedmont, GoJet, Horizon Air, Air Wisconsin, Mesa Airlines Scholarship/Financial Aid: calaero.edu/admissions-financial-aid/scholarships

Administration: Program Advisory Committees, Graduate Placement Services, Student Services

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, Air Race Classic, Alpha Beta Kappa, Alpha Eta Rho, AOPA, ARC, ASCA, ATEC, CPA, EAA, FAPA, FSANA, IAC, NAFI, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, RAA, UAA, USI, WIA, 99’s

Cochise Community College

4190 W. Highway 80, Douglas, AZ 85607 (520) 417-4028 | www.cochise.edu/flycochise

Point of Contact: Belinda Burnett - burnettb@cochise.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Community College

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Associate

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 4,500

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 40

Freshman Admissions Requirements: High School Diploma Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $91/Credit Hour; NonResident: $260/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

Online Aviation Programs: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine Add On, CFI, CFII, MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction conducted by: Cochise College

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $14,255; Instrument Rating: $16,635; Commercial ASEL: $20,350

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 280; Average 300 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Regional

Airline Partnership, Industry Internship

Aviation Affiliations: UAA, WAI

Articulation Agreements: Utah Valley University

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Professional Pilot AAS 70-72 ARIZONA
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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

3700 Willow Creek Rd., Prescott, AZ 86301 (928) 777-6669 | www.prescott.erau.edu

Point of Contact: Dr. Juan Merkt - merktj@erau.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Masters

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 2,894; Graduate: 52

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 943; Graduate: 26

Freshman Admissions Requirements: High School Transcripts; Letters of Recommendation

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $35,424; Non-Resident: $26,568

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1926

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aviation

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFII (instrument), R-ATP, Rotorcraft

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141

Instruction conducted by: Airplane: in-house; Helicpoter: University Helicopter Inc (UHI)

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 190; Average 230

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internships; career pathway program; flight instruction

Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 2,887; Total Annual Value: $35,543, prescott.erau.edu

Administration: Industry Advisory Board; Career Services

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ALPA, NBAA, NIFA, UAA, WAI

Henderson State University

1100 Henderson St., Arkadelphia, AR 71999 (520) 364-7943 | www.hsu.edu

Point of Contact: Troy Hogue - hoguet@hsu.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Masters

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 3,588; Graduate: 466

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: 187

Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT: 20 composite Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $231/Credit Hour, Non-Resident: $288/Credit Hour

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1972

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: School of Business

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, CFI (Airplane), CFII (Instrument), Multi-Engine, MEI, R-ATP

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, Other Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI (Airplane), CFII (Instrument)

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 220; Average 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internships, Flight Instruction, Airlines, Corporate Scholarship/Financial Aid: hsu.edu/pages/future-students/ financial-aid/academic-scholarships/ Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: NBAA, NIFA, SEC-AAAE, UAA

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aeronautical Science Fixed wing + Helicopter BS 120 608 Aeronautics BS 120 124 Air Traffic Management BS 120 44 Applied Meteorology BS 120 29 Aviation Business Administration BS 120 60 Unmanned Aircraft Systems BS 120 78 Safety Science BS 36 28
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 29 Professional Flight BS 120 158

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Ozarka College

524A Airport Rd., Melbourne, AK 72556 (870) 368-2391 | www.fly.ozarka.edu

ARKANSAS

Point of Contact: Susan Mitchel - susan.mitchell@ozarka.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Associate

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 37

Percentage Identify as Female: 15%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: www.calaero.com/catalog Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $2,160, Non-Resident: $4,512

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2015

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Division of Applied Science and Technology

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at time of admissions

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, CFI (airplane), CFII (Instrument), Multi-Engine Add-On

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, Other Commercial, Multi-engine, CFI (Airplane), CFI-I (Instrument)

Instruction conducted by: ATP, CFI, CFII, MEI

Cost of Lab Fees: https://www.hsu.edu/uploads/pages/tuition_fees_and_other_ expenses.pdf

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 190 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: On campus work study, and field trips

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total annual value received by our students: $110,000

Administration: Advisory Committees, Graduate Placement, Student Services

Aviation Affiliations: UAA, WAI

California Aeronautical University

1450 Boughton Dr., Bakersfield, CA 93308

(661) 387-2057 | www.calaero.edu

Point of Contact: Matthew Johnston - Mattj@calaero.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Masters

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 287; Graduate: 5

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 287

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 53%

Percentage Identify as Female: 16%

Calendar System: Quarter

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2014

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at time of admissions

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, CFI (Airplane), CFII (Instrument), Multi-Engine

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Part 61, FAA Part 141

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: See catalog for current tuition and fees

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 250; Average 300 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: On campus work study, airline and industry agreements with SkyWest, Piedmont, GoJet, Trans States, Compass, Air Wisconsin, Mesa

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Various- including Private (banks, institutional) and Public Federal Student Aid for those who qualify - FASFA-Pell, FSEOG, and Cal Grants, Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford, Perkins and FFEL PLUS, and Consolidation Loans. Total Annual Value Varies by Scholarship and/or Funding type and source

Administration: Program Advisory Committees; Graduate Placement Services; Student Services

Aviation Affiliations: Alpha Eta Rho, AOPA, ARC, EAA, FSANA, NBAA, NIFA, RAA, UAA, WAI

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Commercial Pilot AAS 60 47 Professional Pilot AS 61 69 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aeronautics (Flight) BS 188 Aviation Studies (Flight) AS 111 Aviation Business Administration BS 180 Aviation Science MAS 56 Business Administration MBA 56 Aviation Maintenance Certificate 86

California Baptist University

8432 Magnolia Ave., Riverside, CA 92504

CALIFORNIA

(951) 552-8800 | www.calbaptist.edu/aviation

Point of Contact:

Peyton Beard - aviationadmin@calbaptist.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private

Accreditation: Western Association of Schools and Colleges

Highest Degree Offered: PhD

Student Body: Co-educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 8,252; Graduate: 3,239

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 150

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 50%

Percentage Identify as Female: 28%

Freshman Admission Requirements: GPA Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $49,578, NonResident: $38,365

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2013 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Arts & Science

Online Aviation Programs: Professional Pilot BS

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI, CFII, MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: See website: flycbu.com

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 200; Average 250; Maximum 300 Opportunities - Industry/Employment/Learning: Internships with local carriers, bridge agreements with airlines

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Varies Administration: Advisory Committee

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AEA, IAMA, MSI, UAA, WAI

Articulation Agreements: Horizon/Alaska Airlines

Mt. San Antonio College

1100 N. Grand Ave., Walnut, CA 91789 (909) 594-5611 | www.mtsac.edu

CALIFORNIA

Point of Contact: Robert Rogus - rrogus@mtsac.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public community college

Accreditation: Western Association of Schools and Colleges

Highest Degree Offered: Associate

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 29,000

Freshman Admission Requirements: GPA

Other Requirements: California Community College System in principle is open to all who apply Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $46/unit; NonResident: $295/unit

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1946

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Technology and Healtrh Division

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, CFI (airplane), CFII (instrument), Multi-Engine, Remote Pilot Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61

Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: Hourly rates apply - see website

Flight Hours at Graduation: Average 200; Maximum 400 Opportunities - Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled

Other Requirements: FAA ATC Internships available at six locations

Scholarship/Financial Aid: California College Promise Grant (CCPG), Pell, SEOG, BOG Fee Waiver, Cal Grant, Direct Loans, Federal Work Study (FWS)

Aviation Affiliations: AHP, NIFA, UAA

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 57-67 20 Aviation Flight BS 59-73 130 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Commercial Flight AS 60 150 Aviation Science AS 60 120 FAA Aircraft Dispatcher Certificate 38 50 Unmanned Aircraft Systems AS Certificate 60 30 30 30

CALIFORNIA

San Jose State University

One Washington Sq., San Jose, CA 95192 (408) 924-319 | www.sjsu.edu/avtech

Point of Contact: Dr. Wenbin Weil - wenbin.wei@sjsu.edu

Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Western Association of Colleges and Schools (WASC)

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 27,000; Graduate: 6,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 235

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Minimum eligibility indices: 2,900 SAT-based or 694 ACT-based for CA Residents; 3502 SAT-based or 842 ACT-based for Non-Residents

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $7,417; Non-resident: Additional $372/Credit Hour

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1939

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Engineering

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates held at the time of admission

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument Instruction offered under part 141: FAA Part 61, FAA Part 141 Flight Instruction conducted by: Contractor, Part 141 affiliated flight schools

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $13,300; Commercial: $21,800; Instrument: $12,400

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Co-Op

Education

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total: 4; Total Annual Value: $7,800, www.sjsu.edu/avtech

Administration: Industrial Advisory Board

Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, AEA, AHP, NBAA, NIFA, RAA, UAA, UM, WE, WAI

Articulation Agreements: Numerous two-year Community College articulation agreements

University of Southern California, Viterbi

6033 W. Century Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045 (310) 342-1345 | scalese@usc.edu

Point of Contact: Daniel Scalese - scalese@usc.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: WSCUC

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 20,790; Graduate: 28,528

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Non-resident: $63,468

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1953

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Viterbi School of Engineering

Online Aviation Programs: Select classes Non-Traditional Offerings: Custom courses available upon request. Contact for more details.

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147

Instruction conducted by: Professors, instructors

Administration: Advisory Committee

Aviation Affiliations: FlightSafety International, Flight Safety Foundation, IFALPA, ISASI, NBAA, UAA

Articulation Agreements: FlightSafety International, NBAA Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) Program

William Jessup University

2121 University Ave, Rocklin, CA 95765 (916) 577-7489 | jessup.edu

Point of Contact: Loo Ng - Ing@jessup.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program None provided

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Aviation
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Professional Flight BS 120 22 Flight Operation BS 120 59 Aviation Management BS 120 47 Maintenance Management BS 120 11 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Safety + Security Certificate 11.2-19 CE hours 800 System Safety Certificate 13.714.4 CE hours 200 CALIFORNIA
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Commercial Pilot BS/BA 15 Semesters

COLORADO

Aims Community College - Windsor Campus

1140 Southgate Dr., Windsor, CO 80550 (970) 339-6688 | www.aims.edu

Point of Contact: Norma Keeney - norma.keeney@aims.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Community College

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 3,800

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 170

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 12%

Percentage Identify as Female: 11%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: High School Diploma/ GED

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: www.aims.edu/academics/aviation/costs.php

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1968

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Aims Flight Center (Loveland) Windsor Campus

Traditional Aviation Degree Program: See table Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given at time of admission for PVT and INST ground and flight

FAA Certificate Offerings: PVT, INST, COM, ME, MEI, CFI, CFII, (graduates eligible for R-ATP at 1250 flight hours)

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction conducted by: Institution Faculty, Institution

Certified Flight Instructors

Cost of Lab Fees: www.aims.edu/departments/cashiers-office Flight Hours at Graduation: Average 250-300

Industry/Employment/Learning: AT-CTI Program, UAS-CTI Program, UAA, WAI, NIFA

Scholarship/Financial Aid: www.aims.edu/student/finaid Administration: CTE Aviation Advisory Committee

Aviation Affiliations: AT-CTI Program, UAS-CTI Program, UAA, WAI, NIFA

Articulation Agreements: Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSUD)

COLORADO

Colorado Northwestern Community College

Rangely Airport, 2248 E Main Street, Rangely, CO 81648 (970) 675-3290 | www.cncc.edu

Point of Contact: Jennifer Mark - Jennifer.Mark@cncc.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Community College

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Associate

Student Body: Co-educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 1600

Full-time Students Enrolled in AVT and AMT Programs: Undergraduate: 37

Minority Percentage Enrolled in AVT and AMT Programs: 16%

Gender: Female 28%; Male 72%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open enrollment Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: https://www.cncc.edu/ admissions/tuition-and-costs

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1962

School/ college/ division in which the aviation program is located: Career and Technical Education

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: Aviation Technology –Flight (AAS & Cert), Aviation Maintenance Technology (AAS &Cert)

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at time of admission.

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot, Commercial, Instrument, CFI, CFII

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction conducted by: Institution faculty, Institution

Certified Flight Instructors

Cost of Lab Fees: Average flight costs - $49,250

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum: 190; Average: 235

Aviation Affiliations: UAA, NIFA

Articulation Agreements: Metro State University – Denver (MSUD), Utah Valley University (UVU)

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Flight: Professional Pilot General Aviation Pilot AAS 75 100 Air Traffic Control AAS 63 40 UAS Sciences AAS 60 30
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Technology –Airplane AAS Certificate 62 39 33 Aviation Maintenance Technology AAS Certificate 104 89 34
Aviation Degree Programs

Metropolitan State University of Denver

250 7th St., Denver, CO 80217

(303) 605-5287 | www.msudenver.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Kevin Kuhlmann - kuhlmank@msudenver.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 20,000; Graduate: 500

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 200

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 21%

Percentage Identify as Female: 18%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $8,000; NonResident: $20,000

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1967

School /college in which the aviation program is located: College of Applied Sciences

Traditional Aviation Degree Program: See table Online Aviation Programs: Yes

FAA Certificate Offerings: Privately External to University

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 141, 147

Instruction conducted by: Private Contract

Aviation Affiliation: AAAE, AT-CTI, CABA, NBAA, UAA

Articulation Agreements: Colorado Northwest Community College/Aims Community

Delaware State University

1200 N. DuPont Hwy., Dover, DE 19901 (302) 857-6060 | www.desu.edu/aviation

Point of Contact:

Capt. William Charlton Jr. - aviation@desu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Four-year degree institution

Accreditation: Other

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 4,050; Graduate: 302

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 87

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $8,500; NonResident: $22,000

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1987

School /College/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Business

Specialized Program Accreditation: FAA Part 141, US Veteran’s Affairs

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: FAA Part 61, Flight Training only FAA Certificate Offerings: PPL, COMM, INST, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI

Instruction conducted by: Full-time and Part-time Faculty and Professional Staff

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $8,200; Commercial and Instrument: $34,386; CFI (Airplane): $5,750; CFII (Instrument): $3,650; Multi-Engine: $6,319; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $58,305

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 300; Average 325; Maximum 350

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internships while enrolled; employment upon graduation, minimum hourly requirements, we customarily hire our student CFIs back into our program to build hours

Scholarship/Financial Aid: www.desu.edu/admissions/tuitionfinancial-aid

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, CAP, NIFA, OBAP, UAA

Articulation Agreements: University of Delaware; Delaware Technical Community College Foundation, IFALPA, ISASI, NBAA, UN Humanitarian Air Service, UAA

Articulation Agreements: FlightSafety International, NBAA

Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) Program

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Traffic Control BS 120 50 Aviation & Aerospace Management BS 120-126 50 Professional Flight BS 120 150 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 36 Professional Pilot BS 120 91

Broward College Aviation Institute

7200 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 (954) 201-8080 | www.broward.edu

Point of Contact: Carla Pinto - cpinto@broward.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public State College

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 68,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 250

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,405, NonResident: $10,215

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1966

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Transportation

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit may be awarded for certificates earned prior to enrollment

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- Engine, CFI, CFII

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61 (pilot), 141 (pilot), 147 (maintenance)

Instruction conducted by: (Pilot) On-site contract flight training provider, (Maintenance) certified airframe & powerplant mechanics

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; www.broward.edu/scholarships. All programs eligible for federal financial aid, VA funding

Aviation Affiliations: AEA, AHP, ATEC, ISTAT, PAMA, UAA, WAI

Articulation Agreements: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Florida Atlantic University

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

1 Aerospace Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32128 (800) 522-6787 | www.daytonabeach.erau.edu

Point of Contact: Alan Stolzer - Alan.Stolzer@erau.edu

Aeronautics

Aeronautical Science

Uncrewed Aircraft Systems

122 Air Traffic Management BS 120 Spaceflight Operations BS 120 Meterology BS 120

Aerospace & Occupational Safety

Aviation

Aviation Maintenance Science

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: SACS

BS 122

MS PhD 33 60

BS 126

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 7,011; Graduate: 757

Undergraduate: 2,811; Graduate: 192

Percentage of Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 23%

Percentage Identify as Female: 23%

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $38,664; Non-Resident: $40,680

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1926

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aviation

Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI, ABET

Online Aviation Programs: PhD in Aviation Program

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFII (instrument), R-ATP

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $33,503; Commercial 23,468; Instrument $16,925; CFI-(Airplane): $14,000; CFII(Instrument): $6,400; Multi-engine: $6,900

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship Scholarship/Financial Aid: daytonabeach.erau.edu/financialaid/scholarships

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, UAA and others

Articulation Agreements: Several including Eastern Florida State College and Gulf Coast State College Aviation Degree Programs

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Everglades University

5002 T-Rex Ave Suite 200, Boca Raton, FL 33431 (855) 758-6019 | www.everglades-edu.info

Point of Contact: Hamilton - jehamilton@evergladesuniversity.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours

Aviation Maintenance Technology AAS, Certificate Varies

Aviation Technology Airplane AAS, Certificate Varies

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

Highest Degree Offered: Masters

Student Body: 798

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 722; Graduate: 76

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 94; Graduate: 7

Percentage of Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 51%

Percentage Identify as Female: 34%

Freshman Admission Requirements: HS/GED/ Entrance Exam Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $755/credit; Non-Resident: $755/credit

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Florida Institute of Technology

150 W. University Blvd., Melbourne, FL 32901. (321) 674-8120 | www.fitaviation.com

Point of Contact: Dr. Rian Mehta - rmehta2009@fit.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private, Co-Educational, Residential, Research-Intensive, Doctoral Granting University Accreditation: SACS

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 3967; Graduate: 2965

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: 542

Percentage Racial or Ethnic Minorities:

Freshman Admissions Requirements: www.fit.edu/freshman-admissions/freshman-admissionrequirements/ Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: College of Engineering $42,770; All Other Colleges $39,360

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1968

School/ college/ division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aeronautics

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: https://www.fit.edu/aeronautics/ FAA Certificate Offerings: PPI, CPL, IR, MEL, CFI, CFII, MEI, Dispatcher

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 141, 147

Instruction conducted by: Certified Flight Instructors Flight Hours at graduation Minimum: 203

Industry/ Employment/ Learning Opportunities: Internship while enrolled.

Scholarship/ Financial Aid: https://www.fit.edu/financialaid/ Administration: Dr. John Deaton, Dean, College of Aeronautics Aviation Affiliations: AABI Accreditation

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Florida Memorial University

15800 N.W. 42nd Ave., Miami Gardens, FL 33054 (305) 623-1440 | www.fmuniv.edu

Point of Contact: Amado Musa - Amado.Musa@fmuniv.edu

Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 757; Graduate: 38

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 80

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 90%

Percentage Identify as Female: 33%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Test Optional

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $12,576; NonResident: $12,576

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1987

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: School of Arts & Sciences

Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI: Authorized Cessna Pilot Center

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot; Commercial; Instrument

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction conducted by: Wayman Aviation Academy Cost of Lab Fees: None

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 250; Average 300 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Several local Internships

Scholarship/Financial Aid: No limit. Total Annual Value: $150,000

Aviation Affiliations: AHP, GMAA, OBAP, TAI, UAA, WAI

Articulation Agreements: Miami Dade College

Florida State College At Jacksonville

13450 Lake Fretwell St., Jacksonville, FL 32221 (904) 317-3844 | www.fscj.edu

Point of Contact: Sam Fischer - sfischer@fscj.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

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

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 200

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 35%

Percentage Identify as Female: 17%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: HS Diploma or GED; All students are accepted

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,700; NonResident: $12,280

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1978

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: STEM

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI (Airplane), Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-engine, CFI

Instruction conducted by: Faculty

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $7998, Instrument: $8508, Commercial: $20,673, Multi-Engine: $5,933, CFI (Airplane): $5,243

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 205; Average 273; Maximum 311

Scholarship/ Financial Aid: www.fscj.edu/admissions-aid/ financial-aid

Aviation Affiliations: ATEC, NIFA, UAA

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aeronautical Science - Flight Education BS 121 18 Aeronautical Science - Air Traffic Control BS 121 10 Aviation Management BS 121 45
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Administration (Air Traffic Control) AS 60 45 Aviation Maintenance Management AS 83 100 Professional Pilot Technology AS 64 60

Jacksonville University

2800 University Blvd. N., Jacksonville, FL 32211

(904) 256-7895 | www.ju.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Nikki Bobbin - rrogus@mtsac.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

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Lynn University

3601 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33431 (561) 237-733 | www.lynn.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Lynette Johnson - ljohnson@lynn.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: SACS

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: 2,700

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 1,800; Graduate: 900 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 75; Graduate 15

Calendar System: Fall/Spring Semester, Summer Term

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $26,000; NonResident: $300/Credit Hour

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1981

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aeronautics

Online Aviation Programs: BS Aviation Management, MBA Aviation Management

Non-Traditional Offerings: AA Aviation Operations

FAA Certificate Offerings: PPL, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI, CFII, MEI, ATP

Instruction conducted by: Lynn University owned aircraft and Lynn employed CFIs

Cost of Lab Fees: Cessna: $164/hour, DA-42: $400/hour, CFI: $50/hour, MEI: $55/hour

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 200; Average 220; Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Agreements with CommutAir and Republic Airways

Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 25; Total Annual Value: $50,000 Administration: Dr. Jeff Johnson, Dean

Aviation Affiliations: FAC, GMAA, NATA, NBAA, UAA

Articulation Agreements: All Florida State Colleges

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 Flight Operations BS 120 Aviation Leadership MS 36 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 25 Aviation Operations BS 120 29 Aviation Security BS 120 18 Professional Pilot BS 120 15 Aviation Operations AA 60 6 Aviation Management MBA 36 17

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Miami Dade College

11011 S.W. 104 St., Miami, FL 33176 (303) 237-5956 | www.mdc.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Dr. Orlando Villaverde - ovillaverde@mdc.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Programs

Aviation Administration AS 60

Aviation Maintenance Management AS 83

Professional Pilot Technology AS 64

Aircraft Dispatcher Certification 203

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

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 400

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 86%

Percentage Identify as Female: 30%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT, Other: CPT

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $118/Credit Hour; Non-Resident: $229/Credit Hour

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1961

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Homestead Campus

Non-Traditional Offerings: Degrees or courses offered at satellite locations; Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admissions

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI (Airplane)

Instruction conducted by: Independent FBO

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $4,242; Commercial and Instrument: $9,760; CFI-(Airplane): $2,700; Multi-Engine: $1,700; Other: $2,000; Total cost of certificates and ratings in flight major: $30,000

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 220 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Co/Op

Education; Internship while enrolled

Scholarship/Financial Aid: 1 Total Annual Value: $5,000-$7,000

Administration: Advisory Committee

Aviation Affiliations: AHP, NIFA, UAA

Articulation Agreements: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Florida Memorial University

Pasco-Hernando State College

13450 Lake Fretwell St., Jacksonville, FL 32221 (352) 518-1387 | www.phsc.edu

Point of Contact: Rob Trsek - trsekr@phsc.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: SACS

Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 10,773

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 47

Freshman Admissions Requirements: High School Diploma/ GED

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,155; Non-Resident: $12,03

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2017

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Workforce Development

Online Aviation Programs: Coming soon

Non-Traditional Offerings: College credit awarded for prior certification upon program entry; online, hybrid, and face-toface course offerings

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- Engine, Flight Instructor, Flight Instructor - Instrument, Flight Instructor - Multi-Engine

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction Conducted by: Institution, American Aviation

Certified Flight Instructors

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled

Administration: Advisory Committee

Aviation Affiliations: UAA

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Aviation
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Unmanned Vehicle Systems Operations AS 60 45 Aviation Maintenance Management AS 62 90 Professional Pilot Technology AS 64 100
Degree Programs

Polk State College

999 Ave. H. N.E., Winter Haven, FL 33881 (863) 297-1000 | www.polk.edu/aerospace

Point of Contact: Gordon Mayes - gmayes@polk.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: SACS

Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 20,000+

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 150+

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $2,700 (full time); Non-Resident: $9,900 (full-time)

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2012

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Business, Engineering, and Technology Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: College credit awarded for prior certification upon program entry; online, hybrid, and face-toface course offerings; courses available on multiple campuses.

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi- engine, Flight Instructor, Flight Instructor - Instrument, Flight Instructor - Multi-engine

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private through Flight Instructor

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled

Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: UAA

Middle Georgia State University

71 Airport Rd., Eastman, GA 31023 (478) 374-6980 | www.mga.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Adon Clark - adon.clark@mga.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

None provided

College of DuPage

425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn, IL 60137 (630) 205-6048 | www.cod.edu

Point of Contact: Tim Genc - genct@cod.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

None provided

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FLORIDA
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aerospace Administration AS 60 50 Aerospace Sciences BS 120 30 Aviation Management + Aircraft Maintenance AS 60 23 Professional Pilot Science AS 64 70 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation AA 60 Aviation Management BS MBA 120 36 Online Aviation Operation BS 120 Online Aviation Security BS 120 Online
ILLINOIS
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management AAS 60

Institute of Aviation at Parkland College

1 Airport Road, Savoy, IL 61874 (217) 244-8606 | aviation.parkland.edu

Point of Contact: Wendy Evans - wevans@parkland.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Community College

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 80

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 85

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 12%

Percentage Identify as Female: 5%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Assessments into college level math, reading, and writing

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $171/Credit Hour indistrict, $386/Credit Hour out-of-district; Non-Resident: $531/ Credit Hour out-of-state

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2014

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Parkland College

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI, CFII, UAS

Specialized Program Accreditation: R-ATP

Online Aviation Programs: No

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction conducted by: Parkland Faculty

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $16,100; Commercial: $21,300; Instrument: $16,700; CFI (Airplane): $6,800; CFII (Instrument): $3,800; Multi-Engine: $9,000; Total cost of certificates and ratings in flight major: $75,000

Flight Hours at Graduation: Average 250

Administration: Jon Moore, Chief Instructor & Director Aviation Affiliations: Republic Airways, Air Wisconsin, Flightstar Corporation, GoJet Airlines

Articulation Agreements: Lewis University, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Western Michigan University

Lewis University

1 University Pkwy., Romeoville, IL 60446 (815) 836-5250 | www.lewisu.edu

Point of Contact: Kaitlyn Weber - aviation@lewisu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Ed.D., D.N.P.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 4,700; Graduate: 2,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 650; Graduate: 100

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $47,262

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1932

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aviation, Science, and Technology

Specialized Program Accreditation: FAA Part 65, 107, 141, 147

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;

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot, Commercial, Instrument, MEI, CFI, CFII, R-ATP, Remote Pilot, Mechanic Certificate with Airframe & Powerplant

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Part 65, 141, 147, Cost of Lab Fees: $220/flight hour; $600 maintenance tools

Flight Hours at graduation: Average 250

Student Organizations: Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals, Air Line Pilots Association, American Association of Airport Executives (, Women in Aviation International, Alpha Eta Rho, Flight Team, Drone Racing

Airline Partners: Republic Airlines, Mesa Airlines, Trans States Airlines, ExpressJet, GoJet, Air Wisconsin, Delta Tech Ops

Industry Partners: United Airlines, Snap-On, ForeFlight, Pivot, Cessna Textron Top Hawk

Equipment Donations: United Airlines, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, FedEx

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Associate
AS 64 Varies ILLINOIS
in Science in Aviation
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation & Aerospace Technology BS 128 40 Aviation Maintenance Technology AS BS 78 128 140 Aviation Administration BS 128 80 Air Traffic Control AS BS 75 128 50 Aviation Flight Management AS BS 75 128 210 Unmanned Aircraft Systems BS 128 40 Aviation & Transportation MS 36 60
Aviation Degree Programs
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Southern Illinois University Carbondale

545 N. Airport Rd., Murphysboro, IL 62966 (618) 453-8898 | www.aviation.siu.edu

Point of Contact: Michael Burgener - burgener@siu.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

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: 6,754; Graduate: 1,883

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: 641

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 25%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT, GPA

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $321.25/hour

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1965

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Health and Human Sciences

Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings, and aviation work experience at the time of admission; AVM degree offered at 6 locations around the country

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane/instrument), Rotorcraft, Mechanic, Airframe & Powerplant

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Part 61, Part 141, Part 147

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $16,603; Commercial and Instrument: $49,483; CFI-(Airplane): $11,333; CFI- (Instrument): $2,461; Multi-Engine: $8,012; Total cost of certificates and ratings in flight major: $74,148; Non-Flight-Airframe & Powerplant: $825 Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 200; Average 225 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internships; Externships; Career guidance; Airline Partnership agreements; Extensive alumni network; CFI employment after graduation

Scholarship/Financial Aid: 20+ $75,000+, aviation.siu.edu

Administration: Advisory Committee, Graduate placement

Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, AER, NGPA, NIFA, OBAP, RWAA, UAA, WAI

Articulation Agreements: SIUC has transfer agreements with most accredited 2 and 4 year colleges and universities in the US

Southwestern Illinois College

2500 Carlyle Ave., Belleville, IL 62221

(618) 222-5683 | www.swic.edu

Point of Contact: Keith Mueller - keith.mueller@swic.edu

Aviation

Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public/State Community College

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission and Illinois Community College Board

Highest Degree Offered: AAS

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 4,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 90

Percentage Identify as Female: 10%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: HS Diploma or GED Calendar System: Fall Semester / Summer Sessions / Spring Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,390; NonResident: $5,940

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1968

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Technical Education Online Aviation Programs: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: Helicopter PVT, Instrument, Commercial, CFI (Airplane) PVT, (Instrument), Multi, CFI

Pending

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Helicopter PVT, Instrument, Commercial, CFI Airplane Pending 141, PVT, Multi, CFI

Instruction conducted by: Ideal Aviation, St. Louis Downtown Airport KCPS

Cost of Lab Fees: Helicopter CFII: $159,000 / Airplane: $78,000 Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 220 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internships Aviation Affiliations: AOPA, UAA

Articulation Agreements: SIU Carbondale for BS Degree in Aviation Management, Trans States Airlines

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ILLINOIS
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Flight AAS 60 153 Aviation Management BS 60 177 Aviation Technologies BS 120 156 Aircraft Maintenance BS 120 146 Aviation Management (Online) MS 30 17
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Helicopter Flight AAS 66 15 Airplane Flight AAS 66 30 Airframe & Powerplant AAS 75 47 Aviation Management AAS 66 30 Aircraft Dispatch Certificate 22 5

INDIANA

Indiana State University

650 Cherry St., Terre Haute, IN 47809 (812) 237-2647 | www.fmuniv.edu

Point of Contact: Troy Allen - troy.allen@indstate.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 364

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $8,890; NonResident: $11,380

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1964

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Technology

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit may be given for flight certificates

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot, Commercial, Instrument Rating, Pilot, Multi-Engine Rating, Multi-Engine Instructor, Flight Instructor, Instrument Instructor, ATP

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147

Cost of Lab Fees: $2,100 in addition to flight fees

Flight Hours at graduation: Average 245 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship study abroad

Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, NBAA, NIFA, UAA, WAI

Indiana Wesleyan University

1900 West 50th St., Marion, IN 46953 (866) 498-4968 | www.indwes.edu

Point of Contact: Joe Childs - joe.childs@indwes.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: 10,000

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 4,900; Graduate: 5,100

Freshman Admissions Requirements: High School Diploma

Calendar System: 12 week Term for Aviation Students

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $392 (Credit); NonResident: $392 (Credit)

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2021

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: DeVoe School of Business

Online Aviation Programs: AS Professional Pilot; BS Aviation Management

FAA Certificate Offerings: Airplane: Private, Commercial, Instrument, CFI, CFII, MEI, Multi-Engine add on Instruction offered under FAA Part 141: Yes

Instruction conducted by: Partner Flight Schools

Cost of Lab Fees: $60,000-$80,000

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship Available

Aviation Affiliations: UAA

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INDIANA
Aviation Degree
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 185 Professional Pilot BS 120 95 Unmanned Aircraft Systems BS 120 84 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 Online Professional Pilot AS 60 Online
Programs

Purdue University

1401 Aviation Dr., West Lafayette, IN 47907 (765) 494-9967 | www.polytechnic.purdue.edu

INDIANA

Point of Contact: Vicki Gilbert - vgilbert@purdue.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Aeronautical Engineering Tech.

Aerospace Financial Analysis

Airline/ Airport Management

Professional

Unmanned Aerial Systems

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

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Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 34,920; Graduate: 10,014

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 1,651; Graduate: 230

Minority Percentage Enrolled Female 18%, Male 82%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: www.admissions.purdue.edu/apply/criteriafreshmen.php

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $10,564; Non-Resident: $29,726

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1953

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Polytechnic Institute

Online Aviation Programs: Masters in Aviation and Aerospace Management, Aviation Safety Management

Non-Traditional Offerings: Undergraduate credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at time of admission

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFII (instrument), R-ATP

Instruction offered under FAA Part 141: (Professional Flight Technology); Part 147 (Aeronautical Engineering Technology)

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $12,900; Commercial: $10,500; Instrument: $10,900; Multi-Engine: $3,952; CFI (Airplane): $2,996

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 200; Average 500 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled; Co-Op Education program; Research opportunities for Undergraduate and Graduate; Center for Career Opportunities services available on campus Scholarship/Financial Aid: www.purdue.edu/dfa

Administration: Industry Advisory Board

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ABET, AIAA, ATEC, Envoy Air, Frontier

University of Dubuque

2000 University Ave., Dubuque, IA 52001 (563) 589-3000 | www.dbq.edu

Point of Contact: Tony Foster - tfoster@dbq.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Doctor of Ministry

Student Body: 1,989

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 1,289; Graduate: 352 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 331; Graduate: 2

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 15%

Percentage Identify as Female: 8.5%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA: 2.5, ACT: 18

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $34,400; NonResident: $34,400

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1973

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Undergraduate Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings at the time of admission

FAA Certificate Offerings: Fixed-wing and Rotor-wing: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-engine (FW-only), Flight Instructor (CFI), Flight Instructor-Instrument (CFI-I), Multiengine Instructor (MEI), and Restricted Airline Transport Pilot (R-ATP)

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Fixed-wing: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-engine, and CFI with 141 Examining Authority. Rotor-wing: Private and Instrument

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: Fixed-wing: Private - $14,965; Instrument $8,962; Commercial - $26,633; Multi-engine - $9,580; CFI$8,334. Rotor-wing:

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 240.9; Average 299.8 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Interships while enrolled and post-graduate; GI Bill Approval; Army ROTC Scholarship/Financial Aid: www.dbq.edu/Admission/ FinancialAid/

Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, AABI, Alpha Eta Rho, NBAA, NIFA, RAA, UAA, WAI

Articulation Agreements: Indian Hills Community College

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Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment
Programs
BS
120
BS
120
BS
Flight BS 120
BS 120 IOWA
Aviation
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Leadership MS 30 2 Aviation Management BS 120 55 Applied Aviation Technologies BS 120 2 Flight Operations BS 120 301
Degree Programs

Hesston College Aviation

301 S. Main St., Hesston, KS 67062 (620) 327-4221 | www.hesston.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Mike Baker - mike.baker@hesston.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

None provided

Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus

2310 Centennial Rd., Salina, KS 67401 (785) 826-2679 | www.salina.k-state.edu

Point of Contact: Christopher Smith - csmith8@ksu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 742; Graduate: 22

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 393

Freshman Admissions Requirements: www.k-state.edu/admissions/apply/#open=newFreshmen Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $42,689; NonResident: $102,227

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1986

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus

Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission; Courses offered through distance learning; Incoming students must test out of ratings held

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot, Commercial Pilot, Instrument Rating, Multi-engine Rating, Flight Instructor, Instrument Instructor, Multi-engine Instructor, ATP

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction conducted by: Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus

Cost of Lab Fees:

https://polytechnic.k-state.edu/academics/degree-options/ Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 225; Average 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Flight Instructor, Airlines, Corporate, ATC Scholarship/Financial Aid: https://polytechnic.k-state.edu/admissions/finaid/scholarships. html

Aviation Affiliations: Mesa Airlines, Piedmont Airlines, PSA Airlines, Republic Airlines, UAA

28 KANSAS
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Traffic Control AAS 60 Professional
AAS BS 60 120 KANSAS
Pilot
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Maintenance Management BS 121 49 Airport Management BS 120 15 Professional Pilot BS 120 261 Unmanned Aircraft Systems BS 120 68

Louisiana Tech University

P.O. Box 3181, Ruston, LA 71272

(318) 257-2660 | liberalarts.latech.edu

LOUISIANA

Point of Contact: Theresa Duke - tduke@latech.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 8,000; Graduate: 2,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 180

Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT, GPA

Calendar System: Quarterly system awarding semester credit

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $5,553; Non-Resident: $5,553

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1967

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Liberal Arts

Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings at the time of admission

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI (Airplane), CFI (Instrument)

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: www.liberalarts.latech.edu/aviation

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 210; Average 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internships/ Flight Instructor

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Department and Industry scholarships available Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ALPA, LAMA, NIFA, UAA, WAI

Southern University at Shreveport

3050 MLK Jr. Dr., Shreveport, LA 71107

(318) 670 - 9592 | www.susla.edu

Point of Contact: Timothy Banks - tbanks@susla.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Highest Degree Offered: Associates

Student Body: 3,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 23; Graduate: 10

Freshman Admissions Requirements: 18 years of age

Calendar System: Trimester, non-stop

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $10,000; NonResident: $10,000

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1993

FAA Certificate Offerings: Basic Sheet Metal and Precision Measurement Instruments

Capitol Technology University 11301 Springfield Rd., Laurel, MD 20708 (240) 965-2468 | www.captechu.edu

Point of Contact: Dr. James Hwang - jgrant11@twu.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program None provided

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 30 Professional Flight BS 120 152 LOUISIANA
Aviation Degree
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Airframe & Powerplant Certificate 66 23 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Astronautical and Space Engineering BS 120 Aeronautical Accident Investigation MPhil Online Aviation MS Aviation Cybersecurity MS Aviation Maintenance MRes Online Professional Pilot BS 120
Programs

Community College of Baltimore County

800 S. Rolling Rd., Catonsville, MD 21228 (443) 840-4157 | www.ccbcmd.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Douglas Williams - dwilliams@ccbcmd.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges & Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Associate

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 45,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 350

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 42%

Percentage Identify as Female: 27%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: High School Diploma Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $7,200; Non-resident: $12,500

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1974

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: School of Business, Technology & Law/Transportation Technology/Aviation

Specialized Program Accreditation: Collegiate Training Initiative

Online Aviation Programs: All degree & certificate programs

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings at the time of admission

FAA Certificate Offerings: Airplane & Rotorcraft: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Flight Instructor; Remote Pilot, Aircraft Dispatcher

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction conducted by: CCBC

Cost of Lab Fees: See CCBC Flight Training Guide www. ccbcmd.edu/aviation

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 255; Average 280 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internships, Flight & Simulator Instruction

Affiliations: ATCA, AOPA, NBAA, OBAP, RAA, UAA, WIA, 99’s Articulation Agreements: CCBC credits transfer to most 4-year colleges and universities

University of Maryland Eastern Shore

30665 Student Center, Princess Anne, MD 31853 (410) 651-8317 | wwwcp.umes.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Chris Hartman - chartman@umes.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Higher Ed

Accreditation: Middle States Council on Higher Education

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: 2,646

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 2,069; Graduate: 577

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate 68

Minority Percentage Enrolled in Aviation Program: 66%

Gender: Male 84%; Female 16%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: None published. ACT or SAT optional for GPA >3.4

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $8,558; NonResident: $18,896

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1989

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: School of Business and Technology, Department of Engineering and Aviation Science

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table

FAA Certificate Offerings: None external to Professional Pilot program

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private, Instrument, Commercial, CFI, Multi-Engine

Instruction conducted by: UMES and contracted providers

Cost of Lab Fees: approximately $50,000

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 200 Average 250

Maximum 270

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, UAA

Articulation Agreements: Community College of Baltimore County

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MARYLAND
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 33 Aviation Science BS 120 68 Professional Pilot BS 120 35 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Traffic Control AAS 65 35 Aircraft Dispatcher AAS 65 25 Flight Operations Management AAS 65 35 Professional Pilot Airplane/Helicopter AAS 65 210 Unmanned Aircraft Systems AAS 65 45 Flight Attendant Certificate 12 20

MASSACHUSETTS

Cape Cod Community College

246 S. Meadow Rd., Plymouth, MA 02360 (774) 994-0197 | www.capecod.edu

Point of Contact: Michale Sasso - msasso@capecod.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Community College

Accreditation: New England Commission of Higher Education

Highest Degree Offered: AAS

Student Body: 2,264

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 1,355

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 37%

Percentage Identify as Female: 7%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: www.capecod.edu/ aviation

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $21,327; NonResident: $31,215

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2014

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Community College

Non-Traditional Offerings: Professional Aviation Maintenance Certification

FAA Certificate Offerings: Airframe & Powerplant

Aviation Affiliations: AMT Magazine, ATEC, Aviation Digest, EAA, MAMA, NBAA, Plymouth Aero Club, RAA, UAA, WAI

MICHIGAN

Andrews University

3848 Griggs Ave., Berrien Springs, MI 49104 (269) 471-3120 | www.andrews.edu

Point of Contact: Dina Simmons - SimmonsD@Andrews.edu Institutional Information/Aviation

Eastern Michigan University

3099 Tyler Road, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 (734) 481-3000 | www.emich.edu

Point of Contact: Jason Vosburgh - aviation@emich.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission; Aviation Accreditation Board International Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 1,272

Calendar System: Semester

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1982

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Engineering & Technology

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, CFI, CFII, Multi-Engine, MEI, Disptach

Instruction conducted by: Crosswings Aviation

PRECISION TAKES PRACTICE

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Maintenance AAS 79 244
Program None provided Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aircraft Maintenance AT BT 76 124 Aviation Flight AT BT 60 124 MICHIGAN
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Western Michigan University

237 N. Helmer Rd., Battle Creek, MI 49037 (269) 964-6375 | www.wmich.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Tom Thinnes - tom.thinnes@wmich.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission; Aviation Accreditation Board International Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 15,309; Graduate: 3,729

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 1,272

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 30%

Percentage Identify as Female: 17%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: 1) High school GPA; 2) SAT/ACT score; 3) Type of courses taken; 4) Trend in grades; https://wmich.edu/apply/undergraduate/freshman/; Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $13,334; NonResident: $16,667

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1939

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Western Michigan University: College of Aviation Non-Traditional Offerings: Standard University programs and degrees offered at satellite locations. Courses offered through distance learning.

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-engine, R-ATP, CFI (Airplane), CFI (Instrument), CFI (Multi-Engine), Airframe and Powerplant

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: part 61, 141, 147

Instruction conducted by: Western Michigan University

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $23,819; Instrument and Commercial Multi-Engine with the Commercial Single-Engine Add-On: $46,772; CFI (Airplane): $10,453; CFI (Instrument): $2,929; CFI (Multi-Engine): $6,268; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $ 70,591. Aviation Technical Operations Degree: Total cost of lab fees in tech ops major: $3,558

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 192; Average 200-250; Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: United Aviate, Delta Propel, AAAR EAGLE participant, Delta Tech Ops partner, multiple internship opportunities while enrolled, various cadet and pipeline agreements with multiple regional airlines Scolarship/Financial Aid: https://wmich.edu/finaid

Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, AABI, AHP, AWAM, NGPA, NIFA, OBAP, UAA, WAI

Articulation Agreements: Any Michigan Community College

Academy College

1600 E. 82nd St., Bloomington, MN 55431 (952) 851-0066 | www.academycollege.edu

Point of Contact: Alicia Strilzuk - academy@academycollege.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges

Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors

Minority Percentage Enrolled in Aviation Program: Male 90%; Female 10%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: AAS or BS Degree, HS diploma with 2.0 GPA, GED or a score of 20 or above on ACT, if HS diploma is under 2.0 GPA or has been 10+ years since degree or HS diploma earned, student must take AEC Entrance Exam

Calendar System: Quarterly

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: N/A

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1994 School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: Academy College

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: Commercial Pilot AAS, Commercial Aviation BS; Professional Pilot Certificate; Aviation Business AAS; Business Administration with Concentration in Aviation Management BS; Dispatch

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction Conducted by: Thinderbird Aviation

Cost of Lab Fees: Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $9420; Instrument: $15,790; Commercial: $32,112; Multi-Engine: 10,432; CFI (Airplane): $9,107; CFII (Instrument): $6690; CFI (MultiEngine): $14,812

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum: 260

Opportunities – Guaranteed CFI interview at Thunderbird Aviation upon graduation; agreements with various regional airlines, corporate businesses, and local general aviation FBOs Aviation Affiliations: ADF, FSANA, MBAA, NATA, UAA

Aviation Affiliations: ADF, FSANA, MBAA, NATA, UAA, NBAA, Women in Aviation

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aircraft Dispatch Certificate 16 Aviation Business AAS 95 Aviation Management BS 180 Commercial Aviation BS 180 Commercial Pilot AAS 90 Professional Pilot Certificate 47
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Flight Science BS 123 862 Aviation Management and Operations BS 123 351 Aviation Technical Operations BS 126 98

Minnesota State University Mankato

328 Armstrong Hall, Mankato, MN 56001 (507) 389-6116 | ed.mnsu.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: James Dunn - james.dunn@mnsu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 14,761; Graduate: 1,823 Aviation Program: Undergraduate 625 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $8,566; NonResident: $16,984

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1969 School/College/division in which the aviation program is located: College Of Education

Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at time of admission; Credit given for specific military courses

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commerical, Instrument, MEI, CFI, CFII.

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 141 Instruction conducted by: Contractor

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $15,547; Commercial and Instrument: $59,296; CFI (Airplane), CFII (Instrument), and Multi-Engine Instructor: $16,902

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 220; Average 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled

Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 10; Total Annual Value: $14,000

Administration: Industry Advisory Board Aviation Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AHP, NIFA, UAA, WAI

Delta State University

1003 W. Sunflower Road, Cleveland, MS 38733 (662) 588-1327 | deltastate.edu

Point of Contact: Joe Saia - cavinfo@deltastate.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 2,320; Graduate: 426

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 98; Graduate: 54

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 13%

Percentage Identify as Female: 10%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident $8,121; Non-Resident

$8,121

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1981

School /college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Business and Aviation

Online Aviation Programs: Master of Commercial Aviation

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit Given for Private Pilot Rating, Up to 12 Credit Hours given toward the MCA program

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, CFI, CFII Multi-Engne, MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFII (instrument)

Instruction conducted by: Institution Faculty and Flight Instructors

Cost of Lab Fees: Minimum Syllabus cost Private: $10,771, Instrument: $10,771, Commercial/Multi-Engine: $17,621

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 220; Average 255; Maximum 268

Opportunities - Industry/Employment/Learning: 98% of graduates are employed at graduation, 97% employed with regionals after RATP minimums are met

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total: $130,000

Administration: Industry Advisory Board

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AHP, FAA, NBAA, NIFA, UAA, WIA

Articulation Agreements: Hinds CC, MDCC

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BCA 122 26 Flight Operations BCA 122 95 Masters of Commerce MCA 30 59 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Professional Flight BS 120 340 Flight Education BS 120 120

Saint Louis University

3450 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63103

(314) 977-8207 | www.slu.edu

Point of Contact: Stephen Magoc - magocSG@slu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 8,330; Graduate: 4,583

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 210; Graduate: 29

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 13.8%

Percentage Identify as Female: 12.4%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT: 1030, ACT: 20, GPA: 2.5

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $48,100;

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1927

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: St Louis University/Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology/Department of Aviation Science Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI): B.S. in Aeronautics with concentrations in Aviation Management and Flight Science Online Aviation Programs: Yes, B.S. in Aeronautics with concentration in Aviation, Management, Masters in Aviation, Doctor of Philosophy in Aviation

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates/ ratings held at the time of admission

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot with Single and Multi-Engine Rating, and Certified Flight Instructor

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Part 61 and Part 141

Instruction conducted by: Flight Instruction Staff - Employees of Saint Louis University

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $22,400; Commercial and Instrument: $22,400; Multi-Engine: $11,200; CFI: $11,200

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 190; Average 230; Maximum 260

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship and Cooperative Eduction

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Administration: Dr. Scott Duellman, Interim Dean of the School of Science and Engineering

Aviation Affiliations: Alpha Eta Rho, Women in Aviation, International, NIFA-Flying Billikens, University Aviation, NBAA Articulation Agreements: RJet Cadet Program - Republic Airways, CFI Cadet Program with Mesa Airlines, Pilot Pipeline Agreement with Envoy Airlines

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 54 Flight Science BS 121 156 Master’s in Aviation MS 30 5 Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D. 63 24 WWW.SLU.EDU/AVIATION FLY with the FIRST FIRST FEDERALLY CERTIFIED AIR COLLEGE IN THE COUNTRY
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Southeast Missouri State University

1 University Plaza, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 (573) 651-2649 | www.semo.edu

Point of Contact: Miranda Sullivan - msullivan@semo.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

None provided

Mission

To promote and foster excellence in collegiate aviation education by providing a forum for students, faculty, staff, and practitioners to share ideas, to enhance the quality of education, and to develop stronger programs and curricula. To influence aviation education policy at all governmental levels. To provide and nurture the linkage between college aviation education, the aviation industry, and government agencies.

Vision

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

University of Central Missouri

T. R. Gaines 210, Warrensburg, MO 64093 (660) 543-8103 | www.ucmo.edu/aviation

MISSOURI

Point of Contact: Matthew Furedy - furedy@ucmo.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission 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, and Test Score Percentile Chart

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $7,780; Non-Resident: $15,444

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 Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International Online Aviation Programs: Master of Science, Aviation Safety Non-Traditional Offerings: Master’s offered online, courses offered at Satellite locations

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $11,920; Commercial and Instrument: $37,060; CFI (Airplane): $4,600; CFI (Instrument): $2,550; Multi-Engine: $3,850; 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: www.ucmo.edu/aviation/ scholarships

Administration: LTC Tony Monetti, Assistant Dean of Aviation

Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, AHP, Aviation Student Leadership, UAA, WIA

Articulation Agreements: Linn Tech, Envoy, GoJets, Republic, Express Jet

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 Aviation Management BS 120 95 Aviation Safety MS 32 12 Online Flight Operations Management BS 120 Professional Pilot BS 120 170 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Professional Pilot BS 120 @UAAaero @UAAtweets
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Gallatin College Montana State University

101 Hamilton Hall, Bozeman, MT 59717 (406) 994-5147 | www.gallatin.montana.edu

Point of Contact: Ryan Haskins - ryan.haskins@montana.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 528

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 85

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,280; NonResident: $11,500

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2005

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Gallatin College

Online Aviation Programs: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI, CFII, MEI

Instruction conducted by: Gallatin College/Summit Aviation

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $11,800; Commercial including MultiEngine $33,600; Instrument: $12,400; Total cost of certificate in flight major: $57,800

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 190; Average 200 Scholarship/Financial Aid: Number: 10; Total Annual Value: $30,000

Administration: Aviation Advisory Board, Graduate Services

Aviation Affiliations: NBAA, UAA

Articulation Agreements: Montana State University, Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship, Rocky Mountain College

Rocky Mountain College 1511 Poly Dr., Billings, MT 59102 (406) 657-1060 | www.rocky.edu/aviation

Point of Contact:

Dan Hargrove - hargrovd@rocky.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

Highest Degree Offered: PhD

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 900 Graduate: 100 Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergrad: 135

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 10

Percentage Identify as Female: 20

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $29,976; Non-resident: $29,976

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1988

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Professional Studies

Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation

Board International

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates & ratings at the time of admission

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, ME, CFI, CFII, MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141 with examining authority: Examining Authority approved Part 141

Instruction conducted by: Institution Cost of Lab Fees: $17,400; Instrument: 13,500; Commercial: $21,400; CFI-Airplane: $6,800; CFI- Instrument: $3,300; Multiengine: $8,700; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $61,000

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 205; Average 400 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled. Formal Programs with multiple airlines

Scholarship/ Financial Aid: 12 available; Annual Value: $16,000

Administration: Advisory Committee, Graduate placement Articulation Agreements: Gallatin College Aviation

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AHP, AOPA, NAFI, NBAA, NIFA, UAA Other information: Minors in Unmanned Aerial Systems and Dispatch Certification Traditional Aviation Degree Programs

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Flight Education AAS 60 85 MONTANA
Aviation
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aeronautical Science BS 120 125 Aircraft Dispatch Minor/ Certificate 25 10 Aviation Management BS 120 25 Unmanned Systems Minor 25 20
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University of Nebraska at Kearney

905 W. 25th Street, Kearney, NE 68849 (308) 865-8803 | www.unk.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: David Ballinger - ballingerd@unk.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

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: 70

Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT, GPA

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,584; NonResident: $12,741

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1983

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Business and Technology

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-Engine, CFI (Airplane), CFII (Instrument), MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Institution Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $10,200; Commercial and Instrument: $19,895; CFI (Airplane): $2,580; CFII (Instrument): $2,440; Multi-Engine: $14,450; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $44,545

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 190; Average 230; Maximum 250

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 10; Total Annual Value: $25,000

Administration: Advisory Committee, Graduate placement service

Aviation Affiliations: Alpa Eta Rho, NBAA, RAA, UAA, USAF Jr ROTC

University of Nebraska Omaha

6001 Dodge St., Omaha, NE 68182 (402) 554-3424 | www.unomaha.edu

Point of Contact: Sara Martin - sglathar@unomaha.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 12,768; Graduate: 3,124

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 160; Graduate 17

Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT, GPA, Class rank Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $8,136; Non-Resident: $21,718

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

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for Private Pilots License

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-engine, CFI, Part 107

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Instrument, Commercial Instruction conducted by: Faculty

Cost of Lab Fees: Total cost of certificates and ratings in flight major: $40,000

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 300; Average 350; Maximum 700

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Co-Op

Education, Internship while enrolled, Pathway Programs

Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 15; Total Annual Value: $30,000; Financial Aid Available

Administration: Advisory Committee

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, Alpha Eta Rho, AOPA, Envoy, ExpressJet, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, RAA, Republic, Southwest Airlines UAA, WAI

Articulation Agreements: Metro Community College, Iowa Western Community College

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 Professional Pilot BS 120
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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 46 Professional Flight BS 120 180 Unmanned Aircraft Systems BS 120 22

College of Southern Nevada

700 College Dr., Henderson, NV 89002 (702) 651-3000 | www.csn.edu

Point of Contact: Sandra Kingma - sandra.kingma@csn.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities (NWCCU)

Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors of Applied Science

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 34,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 204

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 68%

Percentage Identify as Female: 23%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,742; Non-Resident: $22,096

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1998

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Advanced & Applied Technologies

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: NTE credit for FAA certificates & ratings considered

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, All ASEL

Instruction conducted by: CSN Approved Contractor for Flight, All coursework - institution

Cost of Lab Fees: Additional Fees: Private: $10,800; Instrument: $10,800; Commercial: $9,800

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Industry

Partner Career Pathways

Scholarship/ Financial Aid: FASFA

Administration: Advisory Committee

Aviation Affiliations: NBAA, UAA

Articulation Agreements: Industry Partner Career Pathways

Southern New Hampshire University

2500 North River Rd., Manchester, NH 03106 (603) 645-9611 | www.snhu.edu

Point of Contact: Domenic LaFauci - d.lafauci@snhu.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

None provided

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Atlantic Cape Community College

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

Point of Contact: Bojan Zilovic - bzilovic@atlanticcape.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aeronautical Engineering BS 120 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Private Pilot CoA 31 Professional Pilot AAS 62 Flight Operations AAS 60 Cabin Service AAS 60 Project Management BAS 120 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Traffic Control Terminal AAS 60 Aviation Studies AAS 62 Helicopter Pilot AAS 60 Professional Pilot AAS 60
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Mercer County Community College

1200 Old Trenton Rd., Trenton, NJ 8550 (609) 570-3487 | www.mccc.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Deanna Lawson - lawsond@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 Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 50

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $227/Credit Hour; Non-Resident: $651/Credit Hour

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1968

Online Aviation Programs: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI, CFII (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; CFII (Instrument): $3,840; MultiEngine: $5,435; Total cost of certificates and ratings in flight major: $60,585

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: ATCA, UAA

Eastern New Mexico University

905 W. 25th Street, Kearney, NE 68849

(800) 367-3668 | www.enmu.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Alaba Idowu - Alaba.Idowu@enmu.edu

Aviation Management Tehcnology

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Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission (HLC)

Highest Degree Offered: Masters

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 4,473; Graduate: 1,221

Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 111

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 34%

Percentage Identify as Female: 4%

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,996, Non-Resident: $5,994

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2007

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences / Physical Science Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credits given for A&P licenses, aircraft maintenance training

Cost of Lab Fees: Aviation Maintenance Technology Fees: $155 Aviation Affiliations: UAA

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Traffic Control AS 64 24 Flight Education AS 75 36 NEW MEXICO
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CUNY Aviation Institute - York College

94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11451 (718) 262-2513 | www.york.cuny.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Chris Hsu - CHsu@york.cuny.edu

Dispatcher

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Academic

Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Master’s Degree

Dutchess Community College

53 Pendell Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 (845) 431-8000 | www.sunydutchess.edu

Point of Contact: John Trosie - trosie@sunydutchess.edu

Institutional Information Institution Type: Community College

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Farmingdale State College

2350 Broad Hollow Rd., Farmingdale, NY 11735 (934) 420-2036 | www.farmingdale.edu/engineering/avn/

Point of Contact: Jeanne Radigan - radigaj@farmingdale.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

None provided

Vaughn College of Aeronautics & Technology

86-01 23rd Ave., Flushing, NY 11369 (662) 588-1327 | www.vaughn.edu

Point of Contact: Ronald Ruggeri - ronald.ruggeri@vaughn.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private, Non-profit

Accreditation: Middle States Assoc. of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Masters

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 1,021, Graduate: 1

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 308

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 83%

Percentage Identify as Female: 13%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Diploma or GED, Official copy of HS transcript, SATS or ACTS

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Full-time Academic: $12,850, Full-time ATI: $9,240

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1932

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Vaughn College of Aeronautics & Technology

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: Air Traffic-Collegiate Training Initiative, Initiative

Training Initiative, Initiative partner school Aircraft Dispatch Certificate Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141, 147

Instruction conducted by: Vaughn College of Aeronautics Cost of Lab Fees: Cost per curriculum

Flight Hours at Graduation: Per curriculum requirements Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Flight instructor, airlines, corporate, ATC, maintenance, dispatch Aviation Affiliations: AABI, UAA

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aeronautical Sciences BS 120 Aircraft Operations (Flight) AAS BS 60 120 Airline Management BS 120 Airport Management AAS BS 60 120 Aviation Maintenance AOS BS 60 120 Aviation Maintenance Management BS 120 Electronic Engineering Technology Avionics AAS BS 60 120 NEW YORK
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Administration BS 120 Professional Pilot BS 123

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Elizabeth City State University

1704 Weeksville Road, Elizabeth City, NC 27909 (252) 335-3400 | www.ecsu.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Robin Mangham - rrmangham@ecsu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

Highest Degree Offered: Masters

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 4,456; Graduate: 1,972

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 73

Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $500/Semester, NonResident: $2,500/Semester

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2002

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Department of Technology

Online Aviation Programs: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, CFI, CFII, MEC, MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 141 Examining Authority

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: Total flight lab instruction cost PPL to MEI: $35,000

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 190; Average 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internships, Scholarships, Capstone, Outreach, Fellowships Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Grants, Loans, Scholarships Administration: Advisory Committee Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AOPA, AUVSI, NBAA, UAA

University of North Dakota

3980 Campus Road, Grand Forks, ND 58202 (701) 777-3922 | www.und.edu

Point of Contact: Kenneth Polovitz - kenneth.polovitz@und.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: North Central Assoc. of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 13,600; Graduate: 2,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 2,000; Graduate 42 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT, GPA Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $11,177, Non-Resident: $27,600

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

Online Aviation Programs: Yes, Master’s of Science only

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrumental, Multi-Engine, CFI (airplane), CFII- (instrument), MEI, ATP, R-ATP, Rotorcraft

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $13,165; Commercial and Instrument: $23,125; CFI-(Airplane): $7,265; CFII- (Instrument): $5,490; Multi- Engine: $10,469; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $64,448

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 197; Average 222 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate

Administration: Advisory Committee

Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, AABI, AEA, AIAA, ATCA, ATEC, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, PAMA, RAA, UAA, WAI Aviation Degree Programs

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Science BS 120
Programs
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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Airport Management BBA 120 150 Air Traffic Management BSA 120 91 Commercial Aviation (Helicopter) BSA 120 50 Aviation Studies BSA 120 16 Unmanned
System BSA 120 159 Commercial Aviation BSA 120 1,486 Masters of Science in Aviation MS 30 14 Online
Aircraft

Bowling Green State University

1001 E Wooster St., Bowling Green, OH 43403 (419) 372-2531 | www.bgsu.edu

Point of Contact: Michael Ferguson - fergmic@bgsu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission (Aviation program fully AABI accredited)

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 14,465; Graduate: 3,180

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 393

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation program: 4%

Percentage Identify as Female: 13%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: High School coursework & GPA, ACT, SAT

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $12,547; NonResident: $20,535

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1978

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering

Online Aviation Programs: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial/ Multi-Engine; Commercial/Single-Engine; CFI, CFII, MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 141

Instruction conducted by: Bowling Green Flight Center

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $15,400; Instrument: $27,000; Commercial/Multi-Engine: $23,440; MEI: $8,650; CFI: $5,210; CFII: $4,820

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 194; Average 220; Maximum 240

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled; Co-operative education courses

Administration: Industry Advisory Board

Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, AABI, AHP, NBAA, NIFA, OAA, UAA, WIA

Kent State University

P.O. Box 5190, Kent, OH 44242 (330) 672-4449 | www.kent.edu

Point of Contact: Maureen McFarland - mmcfar12@kent.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Research University

Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools; Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 34,000+; Graduate: 6,267

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 578; Graduate 10

Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $20,928; NonResident: $29,460

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1967

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aeronautics and Engineering

Specialized Program Accreditation: AABI, ABET

Online Aviation Programs: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: Commercial, Instrument, MultiEngine, CFI, CFII, Aircraft Dispatch

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, Other Part 65, 141,147

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $8,960; Commercial and Instrument: $36,590 (4 courses); CFI-(Airplane): $7,361; CFII- (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 700; Maximum 900

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Co-op education, Internship while enrolled, Internship post-graduate Scholarship/ Financial Aid: www.kent.edu/financialaid/ scholarships

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AIAA, ATCA, NBAA, NIFA, OBAP, RAA, UAA, WAI

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OHIO
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Flight Technology & Operations BS 122 343 Aviation Management & Operations BS 122 50 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Traffic Control BS 121 Aeronautical Studies BS 121 Aviation Management BS 121 Flight Technology BS 121 Aeronautical Systems Engineering Tech. BS 121 Aerospace Engineering BS 121

Ohio University

751 Columbia Road, Albany, OH 45710 (740) 597-2629 | www.ohio.edu/engineering/aviation

Point of Contact:

Deak Arch - arch@ohio.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Research Public University

Accreditation: Ohio University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC, formerly the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education) and has been continuously accredited since 1913

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 15,000; Graduate: 800

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 217

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 21%

Percentage Identify as Female: 20%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $12,840

Non-Resident: $22,810

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1939

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Russ College of Engineering and Technology

Online Aviation Programs: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial Single-Engine, Commercial Multi-Engine, CFI, CFII, MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private, Instrument, Commercial Single-Engine

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: Total flight lab instruction cost PPL to MEI: Private: $10,425, Instrument: $8,349; Commercial SEL (3 courses): $27,880.00; Multi-Engine: $7,120; CFI: $4,140; CFI-I: $3,815

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 206; Average 238

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 8; Total Annual Value: 12,500

Aviation Affiliations: UAA, ORBAA, WAI, NIFA

Sinclair Community College

444 W. Third Street, Dayton, OH 45401 (937) 512-2570 | www.sinclair.edu

Point of Contact: Clay Pittman - clay.pittman@sinclair.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Aviation Maintenance

Aviation Technology

Professional Pilot + Airway Science

Unmanned Aircraft System

120

120

120

120

Aircraft Dispatcher Certificate 24

Airline Flight Attendant Certificate 16

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Community College

Accreditation: Other

Highest Degree Offered: Associate Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 15,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 110 Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,785 in-county, $9,809 in-state (complete 64 Credit Hour program), (excludes flight labs); Non-Resident: $18,521 (complete 64 Credit Hour program) (excludes flight labs)

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2001

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Sinclair CC (academics, A&P, Flight Attendant, Aircraft Dispatch, UAS), ASI Flight Academy

Specialized Program Accreditation: FAA Air Agency Certificate for A&P program

FAA Certificate Offerings: A&P, Aircraft Dispatch, Fixed-Wing PPL, IR, COMM SEL, SEL add-on and MEL, CFI, CFII, MEI, ATP, Helicopter PPL, IR, COMM, CFI, CFII

Instruction conducted by: ASI Flight Academy

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $7,830; Commercial and Instrument: $29,087; CFI-(Airplane): $7,574; CFII-(Instrument): $4,261; Multi-Engine: $5,749; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $50,241; Non-flight-Airframe & Powerplant: $360

Flight Hours at Graduation: 245 (airplane); 229 (helicopter) Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: PSA Airline Pilot Cadet Program; Industry internship required for Aviation Technology and UAS Degrees

Aviation Affiliations: NBAA, UAA

Articulation Agreements: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment
BS
BS
BS
BS
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 54 Flight Science BS 121 156 Master’s in Aviation MS 30 5 Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D. 63 24

The Ohio State University

2036 Neil Ave., Columbus, OH 43210 (614) 292-7339 | aviation.osu.edu

Point of Contact: Matthew Dreher - Dreher.60@osu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI) Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 53,669; Graduate: 11,305

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 370

Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, ACT/SAT

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $11,084; NonResident: $32,061

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1917

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Engineering

Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI) Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at time of admission

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI-A, CFII, MEI, ATP, RATP

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $14,500; Commercial/Instrument: $32,700; CFI-A: $7,500; CFII: $3,000; MEL: $7,500; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $54,000

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 230; Average 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship Administration: Industry and Faculty Oversight Committees

Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, AABI, AHP, NBAA, NGPA, NIFA, OBAP, ORBA, PEGASAS, SOAR, UAA, WAI, WTIC

Articulation Agreements Cadet or Pipeline agreements with PSA Airlines, Piedmont Airlines, Envoy Air, Republic Airline, Cape Air, Skywest Airlines, Airport Operations Co-Ops available with the Columbus Regional Airport

Oklahoma State University

316 Willard Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078 (405) 744-9892 | flyosu.okstate.edu

Point of Contact: Jon Loffi - jon.loffi@okstate.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: North Central Assoc. of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 25,000; Graduate: 3,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 450; Graduate: 100 Freshman Admissions Requirements: SAT, ACT

Calendar System: Semester

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1987

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Education and Human Sciences

Specialized Program Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Online Aviation Programs: Yes - MS/Ed.D.

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit for FAA certificates and ratings held at time of admission, Degrees offered at satellite locations, Courses offered through Distance Learning

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, CFI (Airplane), CFII (Instrument), R-ATP

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 141, 141 Examining Authority

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $9,950; Commercial and Instrument: $25,719; CFI-(Airplane): $5,900; CFII- (Instrument): $2,500; Multi-Engine: $14,246; Total cost of certificates and ratings in flight major: $58,315

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 215; Average 230 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Co-Op Education, Internship pre and post Graduate Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, FAA, NIFA, UAA, WAI

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Transportation BA 124 275 Aviation Engineering BS 124 55 Aviation Management BS 121 40 Air Transportation Professional Pilot BA 124 95 Aviation Engineering Professional Pilot BS 124 30 OKLAHOMA
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aerospace Security BS 120 30 Professional Pilot BS 120 300 Aviation Management BS 120 100 Technical Services Management BS 120 20 Aviation & Space MS 33 50 Applied Ed Studies: Aviation and Space EdD 61 50

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Southeastern Oklahoma State University

425 W. University Dr., Durant, OK 74701 (580) 745-3252 | www.se.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Michael Gaffney - mgaffney@se.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI)

Highest Degree Offered: Masters Student Body: 5,328

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 2,987; Graduate: 2,341

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 145; Graduate: 71

Freshman Admissions Requirements: 20 ACT/1300 SAT; Top 50% & 2.7 GPA in high schoo Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $7,290; NonResident: $16,230

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1967

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: John Massey School of Business

Online Aviation Programs: Masters in Aviation Administration & Logistics

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI, CFII

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI, CFII

Instruction conducted by: Faculty & Staff

Cost of Lab Fees: C150/152: $120.00; C172: $150.00; SR-20: $210.00; C310: $335.00

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 265; Average 300; Maximum 350

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Envoy, Southwest Destination 225, Delta Propel Cadet Programs

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 22; Total Annual Value: $42,500

Administration: Scholarships: Southeastern Foundation; Tuition Fee Waivers: SOSU

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, UAA, WAI, NFTI

Articulation Agreements: Rose State College

Spartan College of Aeronautics & Technology

8820 E. Pine Street, Tulsa, OK 74115 (918) 836-6886 | www.spartan.edu

Point of Contact: Daniel Bregman - daniel.bregman@spartan.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: ACCSC

Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 398

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 343

Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA 3.0 , ACT 16 , SAT 780

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $89,500; NonResident: $89,500

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1928

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Flight

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI, CFII, A&P, Part 147 (Maintenance)

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Examining Authority

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: $5,001

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 245; Average 260 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 321; Total Annual Value: $10,755,470

Administration: Dr. Todd Cellini, Chief Academic and Operations Officer

Aviation Affiliations: ATEC, UAA, WIA

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aerospace Adminstration MS 33 71 Aviation Management BS 120 63 Professional Pilot BS 129 145 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Maintenance AAS 87 222 Aviation Electronics Technology AAS 68 35 Aviation Flight AAS 87 155 Technology Management BS 120 86 Quality Control Management AS 68 55

The University of Oklahoma

1700 Lexington Ave., Norman, OK 73069 (405) 325-7231 | www.ou.edu/ags/aviation

Point of Contact: Eric Wydra - eric.j.wydra-1@ou.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 22,170; Graduate: 5,513

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 250

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 26%

Percentage Identify as Female: 24%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: www.ou.edu/admissions/ apply/freshman

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $9,310; Non-Resident: $25,114

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1947

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located:

College of Professional and Continuing Studies

Online Aviation Programs: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: PPL, Commercial, Instrument, MultiEngine, CFI, CFII, and MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 141

Instruction conducted by: Faculty, CFI

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $8,756; Commercial and Instrument: $12,019; Multi-Engine: $8,835; CFI-(Airplane): $3,979

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 220; Average 250; Maximum 300 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Pipeline Programs with Southwest, Envoy, PSA, and Republic Administration: College of Professional and Continuing Studies Aviation Affiliations: AAAE, AABI, ATCA, NBAA, UAA, WAI

Tulsa Community College

112 W. Beechcraft Drive, Tulsa, OK 74132 (918) 595-3717 | www.tulsacc.edu

OKLAHOMA

Point of Contact: Coit Garrison - aviationcenter@tulsacc.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

None provided

PENNSYLVANIA

Marywood University 2300 Adams Ave., Scranton, PA 18509 (570) 348-6274 | www.marywood.edu

Point of Contact: Joe McDonald - jmcdonald@marywood.edu

Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: ACBS

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 1,681 Graduate: 678

Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 50

Minority Percentage Enrolled in Aviation Program: Male 36%; Female 3%

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: $35,500

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1999 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: School of Business

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Single-Engine

Instruction conducted by: Valley Aviation

Cost of Lab Fees: $49,414

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 195; Average 215; Maximum 240

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OKLAHOMA
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Traffic Management BS 125 36 Aviation Management Flying BS 125 32 Aviation Management Non-Flying BS 125 50 Professional Pilot BS 125 132 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aircraft Dispatch AS 60 Air Traffic Control AS 60 Professional Pilot AS 60
Aviation
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 42 Pro Pilot Program BS 120 8

PENNSYLVANIA

Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics

5 Allegheny County Airport, West Mifflin, PA 15122 (412) 346-2100 | www.pia.edu

Point of Contact: Steve Sabold - ssabold@pia.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Non- Profit

Accreditation: Accrediting Commission of Career Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Associate in Specialized Technology

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 375

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: 375

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment

Calendar System: Quarter

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $15,990; Non-Resident: $15,990

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1929

Specialized Program Accreditation: ACCSC, FAA Part 147

Non-Traditional Offerings: Aviation Electronics Technology

FAA Certificate Offerings: Aviation Maintenance Technology

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 147

Instruction conducted by: Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics

Aviation Affiliations: UAA

Inter American University of Puerto Rico

Lot # 8 South Side, San Juan, PR 00907 (787) 279-1912 | www.interamerican.aero

Point of Contact: J. Velázquez - jvelazquez@bayamon.inter.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Non-Profit

Accreditation: Middle States Commission of Higher Education (MSCHE)

Highest Degree Offered: Masters

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate 4,200; Graduate 75

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate 300

Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, College Board

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: $190/credit hour (resident and non-resident)

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

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for full FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument Rating, Commercial, Single and Multi-engine, CFI (airplane), CFII (instrument), Multi-engine Instructor (MEI)

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private, Instrument, and Commercial

Instruction conducted by: Institution

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $9,000; Commercial and Instrument: $31,675; CFI-(Airplane): $4,135; CFI- (Instrument): $3,475; CFIMulti-engine: $5,600

Total cost of certificates and ratings in flight major: $56,210

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 275; Average 300; Maximum 375 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Agreements with various regional and major airlines enrolled

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ATCA, OBAP, UAA, WAI

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Electronics AST 79 71 Aviation Management AET 79 63 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Sciences Management BS 125 122 Professional Pilot BS 125 169

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SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston Southern University

9200 University Blvd., Charleston, SC 29406

(843) 863-7000 | www.charlestonsouthern.edu

Point of Contact: Lloyd Richardson - aeronautics@csuniv.edu

South Dakota State University

1015 Campanile Ave., Brookings, SD 57007 (605) 688-5769 | www.sdstate.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: C. Christensen - cody.christensen@sdstate.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private, Not-for-profit Accreditation: SACS-COC

Highest Degree Offered: Ed.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 2,131; Graduate: 498

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 109

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 22%

Percentage Identify as Female: 25%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: see charlestonsouthern.edu

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: $31,869

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2021

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Science and Mathematics

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multiengine, Certified Flight Instructor, Remote Pilot

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private, Instrument, Commercial

Instruction conducted by: Carolina Sky Flight Training Cost of Lab Fees: see catalog.csuniv.edu

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum: 240; Average: 250 Industry/Employment/Learning Opportunities: Internships

Scholarship/Financial Aid: see charlestonsouthern.edu/ admissions/financial-aid

Administration: College of Science and Mathematics

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, UAA, WAI Aviation Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor Student Body: 11,465

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 9,717; Graduate: 1,406

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 180

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $17,740

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1999 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: South Dakota State University, Education and Human Sciences, Consumer Sciences

Specialized Program Accreditation: Aviation Accreditation Board International

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, CPL-SEL, CPLMEL, CFI, CFII, MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: All courses Instruction conducted by South Dakota State University

Cost of Lab Fees: $86,325

Flight Hours at Graduation Minimum 200; Average 400 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning Internship while enrolled Scholarship/Financial Aid https://www.sdstate.edu/consumer-sciences/aviationjobsinternshipsopportunities

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Flight Education BS 120 147
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aerospace Management BS 125 Aviation Maintenance Management BT 125 Professional Pilot BS 125

Middle Tennessee State University

1301 E. Main Street, Box 67, Murfreesboro, TN 37132 (615) 898-2788 | www.mtsu.edu/aerospace

Point of Contact: Savannah LoTempio - aerospace@mtsu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 17,892; Graduate: 2,965

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 1,237; Graduate: 50

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 12%

Percentage Identify as Female: 30%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: 3.0 GPA, ACT 22 or SAT total score of 1100, or 2.7 GPA plus ACT 19 or SAT 990

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $18,834; NonResident: $44,380

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

Online Aviation Programs: Graduate Programs

Non-Traditional Offerings: Graduate Programs

FAA Certificate Offerings: Pilot Certificates, Flight Dispatch Certificate, UAS Part 107, and A&P

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Pilot Certificates, Flight Dispatch Certificate, UAS Part 107, and A&P

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $14,300; Commercial and Instrument: $29,150; CFI (Airplane): $4,800; CFII (Instrument): $2,300; Multi-Engine: $5,000

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 180; Average 220 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internships

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, AIAA, ATCA, ATEC, NBAA, NIFA, PAA, RAA, UAA, WAI

The University of Memphis

218 Brister Hall, Memphis TN 38152 (918) 595-3717 | www.memphis.edu

Point of Contact: Kimberly Coryat - kpcoryat@memphis.edu

Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 16, 703; Graduate: 4,892

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 97; Graduate: 0

Minority Percentage Enrolled in Aviation Program: 18%

Gender: Female: 15%; Male: 82 %

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $40,224; Non-resident: $72,096

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: Fall 2018

School/ college/ division in which the aviation program is located: College of Professional & Liberal Studies

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: Yes

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private ASEL, Commercial with ASEL, AMEL and CFI ASEL. Instrument Rating.

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: No

Instruction conducted by: CTI Professional Flight Training

Cost of Lab Fees: As of AY 22-23 $59,104.00, including PPL

Flight Hours at graduation: 27 credit hours for flight, minimum clock hours for instruction 337 hours, not including CFI

Opportunities: Students can apply for $10,000 FedEx Purple Runway Scholarship

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Angelo State University

2601 W. Avenue N., San Angelo, TX 76909 (325) 486-6299 | www.angelo.edu

Point of Contact: Scott Turner - stephen.turner@angelo.edu

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Institutional Information/Aviation Program None provided Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Administration BCA 120 71 Aviation Management BCA 79 63 Aviation
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Commercial Aviation BS 122 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aerospace Technology BS 120 40 Aviation Managment BS 120 97 Flight Dispatch BS 120 35 Maintenance Management BS 133 93 Professional Pilot BS 120 893 Unmanned Aircraft Systems BS 61 79 Graduate Programs MS 36 50

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Baylor University

One Bear Place #97413, Waco, TX 76798

(254) 710-3563| www.baylor.edu/aviation

Point of Contact:

Aviation Department - aviation@baylor.edu Aviation Degree

Institutional Information

IInstitution Type: Private

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 15,155; Graduate: 5,669

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 114

Minority Percentage Enrolled in Aviation Program

Gender: Female 23%; Male 77%

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: 58,100

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1991

School/ college/ division in which the aviation program is located: College of Arts & Sciences

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: See table

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit offered for licenses/ratings previously received

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private Pilot, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, Certified Flight Instructor (Airplane), Certified Flight Instructor (Instrument), Multi-Engine Instructor

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private Pilot, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, Certified Flight Instructor (Airplane), Certified Flight Instructor (Instrument), Multi-Engine Instructor

Instruction conducted by: Baylor University and Universal Flight Concepts

Opportunities – Industry/ Employment/ Learning: Internship while enrolled, opportunity to flight instruct as a senior, pilot pipeline agreements with airlines

Aviation Affiliations: RAA, UAA, WAI

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aircraft Dispatch BS 124 1 Aviation Administration BS 124 21 Aviation Sciences Professional Pilot BS 125 92 Aviation Sciences Minor 18
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Central Texas College

6200 Central Texas Expressway, Killeen, TX 76542 (254) 526-1241 | www.ctcd.edu

Point of Contact: Aviation Dept.- ctc.aviation@ctcd.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: 2-year Public College

Accreditation: SACACOC

Highest Degree Offered: Associates

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: 46

Freshman Admissions Requirements: For flight courses only; 3 letters of recommendations, 2.5 GPA, Essay, 2nd or 1st class medical. (competitve enrollment for flightcourses)

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $7,800; Non-Resident: (International) $15,000

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1967 School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Science

Online Aviation Programs: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: Pilot-Private ASEL, Instrument Airplane, Commercial ASEL, NE, CFI, CFII, MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: PPL, Instrument, CPL (ASEL)

Instruction conducted by: Central Texas College Cost of Lab Fees: $60,373 only flight fees

Flight Hours at Graduation: Average 205 - 250 Industry/Employment/Learning Opportunities: Internships and Emplyment as CFI avilable

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Aviation Scholarship Available Aviation Affiliations: Texas A&M University-Central Texas, UAA

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LeTourneau University

200 Airpark Dr., Longview, TX 75603 (903) 233-4200 | www.letu.edu

Point of Contact: Fred Ritchey - fredritchey@letu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Masters

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 1,351; Graduate: 48

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 344

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 15.7%

Percentage Identify as Female: 15.4%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, Test Optional Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $32,690; NonResident: $32,690

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1956

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aviation and Aeronautical Science

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA certificates and ratings held at the time of admission. Aviation Management Degree offered at satellite locations and online.

FAA Certificate Offerings: Pilot-Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, MEI, CFI, CFII; Mechanic- A&P; Aircraft Dispatcher

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141 Self-Examining Authority, 147

Instruction conducted by: University Staff/Instructors

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $18,781; Commercial and Instrument: $49,130; CFI (Airplane): $101,622; CFI (Instrument): $3,892; Multi-Engine: $7,600; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $67,911; Non-Flight: Airframe/Powerplant: $6,295

Flight Hours at Graduation: Average 190-230

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Co-Op, Internships, Cadet Program with Envoy and PSA

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Career Pilot AAS 60 92 flight seats per year Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management Science BS 127 31 Aviation Studies BS 120 43 Mission Aviation BS 128 9 Professional Flight BS 127 17 Remotely Piloted Aircraft AS BS 64 120 103 Aviation Management AS BS 63 120 9
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Lone Star College

777 Conroe Park Drive N., Conroe, TX 77303 (936) 521-4571 | www.lonestar.edu/pilot

Point of Contact: Allison Ruda - LSC-ProPilot@lonestar.edu

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Institutional Information

Institution Type: Community College

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor Student Body: Co-educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 27,601

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 65

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 33%

Percentage Identify as Female: 30%

Freshman Admission Requirements: Minimum college 2.5 GPA (HS equivalent), college ready for English and Math Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $4,050; NonResident: $9,090

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2020

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located:

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FAA Certificate Offerings: Certified Flight Instructor, Certified Flight Instructor-Instrument, Multi-Engine Instructor

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: All certificates

Instruction conducted by: Lone Star College faculty and US Aviation Academy flight instructors

Cost of Lab Fees: Estimated costs include instruction and FAA practical exam fees: Private Pilot: $10,180; Instrument: $15,670; Intermediate $16,192; Commercial Single and Multi-Engine: $21,588; CFI Multi and CFI (Instrument): $11,658; Multi-Engine Instructor $4,675; CFI and CFI-I $10,570

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 250; Average 300 Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 2; Total Annual Value: $1,600

Administration: John J. Blum, Chief Pilot and Program Director Aviation Affiliations: Aviate, Envoy, GoJet, Mountain Air Cargo, SkyWest, Southwest

Articulation Agreements: Lone Star College BAS; Texas A&M University-Central Texas

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Stephen F. Austin State University

1936 North Street, Nacogdoches, TX 75962 (936) 468-3401 | www.sfasu.edu

Point of Contact: Allen Wilson - aviation@sfasu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: 4 year University

Accreditation: SACSOCS

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D., Ed.D.

Student Body: 11,947

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 10,300

Graduate: 1,647

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 100; Graduate: N/A

Minority Percentage Enrolled in Aviation Program

Gender: Female 27% ; Male 73%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: TSI complete, 2.5 GPA, ADAPT complete, Aviation Program application Calendar System: 16 week semesters

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $10,600 flat rate; Non-resident: $20,000 - $28,000

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2020

School/ college/ division in which the aviation program is located: College of Education, School of Human Science

FAA Certificate Offerings: PPL, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI

Instruction conducted by: Stephen F Austin State University and HCH Aviation

Cost of Lab Fees: $90,000 for all Flight Labs: PPL, Instrument,

Texas A&M University – Central Texas

1001 Leadership Pl., Killeen, TX 76549

(254) 519-5776 | www.tamuct.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Carson Pearce - carson.pearce@tstc.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Upper-level degree program university

Accreditation: SACSCOC

Highest Degree Offered: Master’s

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 717; Graduate: 162

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 16 Full-time, 90 Part-time

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 19%

Percentage Identify as Female: 7%

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,627; NonResident: $16,770

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2009

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Texas A&M University - Central Texas Online Aviation Programs: All programs 100% online Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Basic Ground Instructor Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: $6,019, Pell Grant: $4,496

Aviation Affiliations: ATEC, EAA, UAA

Articulation Agreements: Central Texas College, Texas State

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Sciences BS 120 100 TEXAS
Degree Programs
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 33 Professional Pilot BS 120 62 Simple flight data today, for a safer tomorrow. www.spidertracks.com

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Texas Southern University

3100 Cleburne Street, Houston, TX 77004 (713) 313-7011 | www.tsu.edu

Point of Contact: Terence Fontaine- terence.fontaine@tsu.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public HBCU

Accreditation: SACSCOC

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 5,684; Graduate: 610

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 93; Graduate: 3

Minority Percentage Enrolled in Aviation Program

Gender: Female 22%; Male 77%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: High School Diploma or GED, 2.5 GPA or better, and/or 900 SAT Score

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $10,274/year; Nonresident: $23,984/year

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1986

School/ college/ division in which the aviation program is located: College opf Science, Engineering, and Technology

Online Aviation Programs: No

Non-Traditional Offerings: N/A

FAA Certificate Offerings: All, with the exception of MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: All, with the exception of MEI

Instruction conducted by: Chief Pilot, Assistant Chief Pilot, and Adjunct Instructors

Scholarship/ Financial Aid: Total Number: 21; Total Annual Value: $100,000

Administration: Terence H. Fontaine, Ed.D., Executive Director of Aviation

Aviation Affiliations: UA, SW, PSA, REPUBLIC, OBAP, AAAE, WAI, ATMAE, AABI

Articulation Agreements: SouthWest Airlines - Destination 225˚

Texas State Technical College - Waco

3801 Campus Drive, Waco, TX 76705 (254) 867-2600 | waco.tstc.edu

Point of Contact: Angel Newhart - angel.newhart@tstc.edu

Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: 2-Year Public Accreditation: SACSCOC Highest Degree Offered: 2-Year

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $3,686 -$18,420

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1969

FAA Certificate Offerings Private Pilot, Instrument, Commercial, CFI, CFII, ME, MEI

Aviation Affiliations: Texas A&M University

TEXAS

Texas Woman’s University

304 Administration Dr., Denton, TX 76204 (940) 898-4585 | twu.edu

Point of Contact: J. Clint Grant - jgrant11@twu.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2023 (accepting students for Fall 2024)

School/ college/ division in which the aviation program is located: College of Arts & Sciences

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: Professional Pilot; Aviation Management

Comments: TWU’s Bachelor of Science in Aviation Science is pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. First class is scheduled to start in Fall 2024.

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 Professional Pilot BS 120 TEXAS
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aircraft Airframe Technology AAS 60 Aircraft Pilot Training Technology AAS 60 Aircraft Powerplant Technology AAS 60 Avionics Technology AAS 60
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Southern Utah University

351 W. University Blvd., Cedar City, UT 84720 (435) 865-8148 | www.suu.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Sarah Petty - sarahpetty@suu.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Northwest Commission for Colleges and Universities

Highest Degree Offered: Master

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 9,271; Graduate: 925

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 405

Freshman Admissions Requirements: GPA, SAT, ACT, High School

Calendar System: Spring, Summer, Fall

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $6,770; NonResident: $20,586

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2013

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Aerospace Sciences and Technology

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: Fixed-Wing: High Performance, Complex, Aircraft, Tailwheel, Multi-Engine, Rotor-Wing: Night Vision Goggle, Long Line, Mountain Training

FAA Certificate Offerings: Fixed-Wing: Private Pilot, Commercial, CFI, CFII (Instrument), Rotor-Wing: Private Pilot, Commercial, CFI, CFII (Instrument)

Instruction offered under Part 141: Fixed-wing: Private Pilot, Instrument, Commercial

Cost of Lab Fees: (FW): $17,441; (RW): $30,103; Commercial and Instrument (FW): $50,344, (RW): $68,693; CFI-(Airplane): $9,225; CFII-(Instrument): $4,648; Multi-Engine: $19,700; CFI-Helicopter: $8,013; CFII-(Instrument): $6,078; Total cost of certificates and ratings in flight major: Fixed-Wing: $81,653; Rotor-Wing: $112,887

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 250; Average 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Advisory Commitee, Graduate placement service Aviation Affiliations: UAA, WAI

Utah State University

6000 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322 (435) 797-0680 | www.usu.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Michael Logan - michael.logan@usu.edu

Degree Programs

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

Highest Degree Offered: Ph.D.

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 24,647; Graduate: 3,044

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 530; Graduate 35

Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 16%

Percentage Identify as Female: 9.1%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Open Enrollment, 2.5

GPA for MX & UAS, 2.75 for Pilot Program

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident $3,332; Non-Resident: $9,567

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1939

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences

Online Aviation Programs: Master of Aviation Science Degree

Non-Traditional Offerings: Credit given for FAA Certifications at time of admission; evening and continuing education

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, Single-Engine, Multi-Engine, CFI, CFII, UAS/Remote, A&P

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 141, 147

Instruction conducted by: In house at USU, at both Logan and Price locations

Cost of Lab Fees: https://aste.usu.edu/aviation/programs/fees Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 215; Average 250 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internships, Multiple Bridge Programs, Career fairs, CFI as student Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 1,898; Total Annual Value: $4,400; aviation.usu.edu

Aviation Affiliations: AHP, EAA, NGPA, NIFA, UAA, UAS Americas, WAI

Articulation Agreements: Utah System of Higher Education, Stackable Degree with High School concurrent enrollment

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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Flight Education Fixed & Rotor-Wing AAS BS 72 128 Aviation Administration and Leadership BS 120 Online Aircraft Maintenance Technician AS 72 UTAH
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Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Airport Maintenance + Aircraft Management AAS BS 75/120 75 Professional FixedWing Pilot BS 120 385 Professional Rotor Wing Pilot BS 120 27 Aviation Management BS 120 46 Master of Aviation Science MAS 33 35
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Utah Valley University

1185 Mike Jense Pkwy., Provo, UT 84601 (801) 863-7830 | www.FlyUVU.com

Point of Contact: Ryan Tanner - aviation@uvu.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

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: 37,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 650

Freshman Admissions Requirements: ACT Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $2,561

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1988

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: College of Health and Public Services

Specialized Program Accreditation: Part 141, LOA for R-ATP

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: Online option available for all degree offerings, Courses offered at satellite locations, Transfer credit granted for previously earned FAA Fixed-Wing Pilot Certificates.

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, Instrument, CFI, CFII, MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141, 61

Instruction conducted by: Institution staff or affiliated school, depending on location

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $15,970; Commercial and Instrument: $29,950; CFI-(Airplane): $ Varies; CFII-(Instrument): $ Varies; Multi-Engine: $8,500; Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: $54,420

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum Varies; Average 200 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled, CFI while enrolled

Scholarship/Financial Aid: www.uvu.edu/financialaid

Administration: Advisory Committee, Graduate placement service

Aviation Affiliations: NBAA, NIFA, UAA, WAI

Articulation Agreements All schools included in the Utah System of Higher Education

Averett University

420 W Main Street, Danville, VA 24541 (434) 791-5755 | www.averett.edu

Point of Contact: Thomas Vick - thomas.vick@averett.edu

Aviation Degree Programs

Institutional Information/Aviation Program None provided

Hampton University

100 E. Queens Street, Hampton, VA 23668 (757) 727-5418 | twu.edu

Point of Contact: Orestes Gooden - aviation@hamptonu.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

None provided

65 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Traffic Control BS 120 Airport Administration BS 120 Flight Education BS 120 VIRGINIA
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aerospace Technology Management BS 120 Aviation Management BS 120 Professional Pilot BS 120 VIRGINIA
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Liberty University

1971 University Blvd., Lynchburg, VA 24515 (434) 592-2183 | www.liberty.edu/aeronautics

Point of Contact: Steven Brinly - aeronautics@liberty.edu

Institutional Information

IInstitution Type: Private

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) and Aviation

Accreditation Board International (AABI)

Highest Degree Offered: PhD

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: 130,000

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 5,000 ; Graduate: 450

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: $23,800

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2002

School/ college/ division in which the aviation program is located: School of Aeronautics

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: Certificates, Associates, and Bachelors

Online Aviation Programs: Bachelors, Masters, and PhD

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Instrument, Commercial, CFI, CFII, MEI, Mechanic: Airframe and Powerplant

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 141, 61, and 147

Instruction conducted by: School of Aeronautics and/or Flight Training Affiliates

Cost of Lab Fees: See www.liberty.edu/coursefees

Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum: 190

Opportunities – Internships while enrolled, CFI while enrolled, Active Career Center and Employer Presence

Aviation Affiliations: AABI, ATEC, AUVSI, ISASI, MSI, NBAA, NIFA, UAA, VABA, WAI

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Maintenance Technician Certificate AA 45 82 Aeronautics BS MS 127 30 Aviation Technology BS 137 Aviation Maintenance BS 125 Unmanned Aircraft Operations BS 120 Aviation BS Ph.D. 120 60 Online Aviation Maintenance Management BS 120 Online

Central Washington University

400 E University Way, Ellensburg, WA 98926

(509) 963-2364 | www.cwu.edu/aviation

Point of Contact:

Dr. Samuel Pavel - Samuel.Pavel@cwu.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public Accreditation: NWCCU

Highest Degree Offered: Masters

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: 10,327 FTE

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 300

Minority Percentage Enrolled in Aviation Program: 30%

Gender: Female: 16%; Male: 84%

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Application essay for Professional Pilot program

Calendar System: Quarter

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $8,685; Non-resident: $25,213

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1975

School/ college/ division in which the aviation program is located: College of Education and Professional Studies

Traditional Aviation Degree Programs: Aviation Management, Professional Pilot

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

FAA Certificate Offerings: PPC, CPC, INST, MEL, CFI, CFII, MEI

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Yes

Instruction conducted by: Central Washington University

Cost of Lab Fees: Private: $24,700; Instrument: $23,726; Commercial: $33,071; CFI – (Airplane): $8,991; Multi-Engine: $10,160;

Flight Hours at graduation: Average: 250

Opportunities – Internships and Airline Partnerships

Scholarship/ Financial Aid: www.cwu.edu/aviation/financial-aid

Administration: Advisory Committee

Aviation Affiliations: UAA, ALPA, AAAE, WAI

Moody Aviation / Moody Bible Institute

6719 E. Rutter Ave., Spokane, WA 99212 (254) 867-2600 | www.moody.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Jan Siersen - moody.aviation@moody.edu

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Private Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission, Association for Biblical Higher Education

Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor of Science, Missionary Aviation Technology

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 138

Aviation Program

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 104

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Online application, Doctrinal Agreement, Autobiographic essays, References along with SAT and High School Transcripts

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: See catalog at www.moody. edu/catalog

School/College/division in which the aviation program is located: Moody Aviation is a department of Moody Bible Institute based in Spokane, WA

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: Some Bible and General Education courses are offered online

FAA Certificate Offerings: Part 147 Airframe Powerplant; Part 141 Private and Commercial Pilot with Instrument Rating Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 141

Cost of Lab Fees: See catalog at www.moody.edu/catalog

Flight Hours at Graduation: Average 325

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Missionary Pilot Mechanic, Maintenance Specialist

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Technology Flight BS 198 Technology Maintenance BS 191 WASHINGTON
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Maintenance Specialization BS 99 7 Aviation Management BS 82-94 73 Executive Pilot Specialization BS 90-99 Aviation Professional Pilot BS 90 194 Aviation Management Minor 28 26

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1201 Locust Ave., Fairmont, WV 26554 (304) 367-4000 | www.fairmontstate.edu

Point of Contact: Timothy Bayne - timothy.bayne@fairmontstate.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

None provided

WEST VIRGINIA

Fox Valley Technical College 3601 Oregon Street, Oshkosh, WI 54902 (920) 232-6001 | www.fvtc.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Jared Huss - thomas.vick@averett.edu

Marshall University

One John Marshall Drive, Huntington, WV 25755 (740) 249-5368 | www.marshall.edu/aviation

Point of Contact: Bryan Branham - bnfs@marshall.edu

Institutional Information/Aviation

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Technical College

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Associate

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 150 Percentage Minority Enrolled in Aviation Program: 10-15% Freshmen Admission Requirements: High School DiplomaACT/Accuplaser

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $158/Credit; NonResident: $228/Credit

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1991

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Transportation

Online Aviation Programs: Yes

Non-Traditional Offerings: Yes

FAA Certificate Offerings: Part 141 Flight School; Part 147 Airframe & Powerplant

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Private Pilot, Instrument, Commercial Instruction conducted by: Institution Flight Hours at graduation: Minimum 300; Average 300; Maximum Varies

Aviation Affiliations: AOPA, EAA, NBAA, UAA, WBAA

Articulation Agreements: UW-Oshkosh; Aviation Management; Aviation Maintenance training is a FAA approved part 147 aviation maintenance technician school.

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Program None provided Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 Professional Pilot BS 120 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Maintenance Technology AAS 120 Professional Pilot BS 120 WISCONSIN
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Airframe Powerplant Technical Diploma 70 36 Aircraft Electronics AS 70 36 Aeronautics-Pilot Training AS 60 70-80 Aeronautics Professional Technical Diploma 32 8
Aviation Degree Programs

Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology

1750 Finch Avenue E., Toronto, Canada M2J 2X5 (416) 491-5050 | www.senecacollege.ca

Point of Contact: Maureen Murphy - firc@senecacollege.ca

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

None provided

CANADA

University of Waterloo

P.O. Box 60, 200 University Ave., Waterloo, Canada N2L 3G1 (519) 888-4567 | uwaterloo.ca/aviation

Point of Contact: Suzanne Kearns - suzanne.kearns@uwaterloo.ca

Institutional Information/Aviation Program

None provided

University of Western Ontario

Social Science Centre 4330, Ontario, Canada, N6A 5C2 (519) 661-2051 | dan.uwo.ca

Point of Contact: Joan Finegan - finegan@uwo.ca

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Province of Ontario

Highest Degree Offered: Baccalaureate

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 23,139; Graduate: 5,514

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program:

Undergraduate: 115

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Grade 12 English, Two Grade 12 Math Courses, Three other Grade 12 Courses, Applicants need to fill out a supplementary application

Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $8,017; and $24,629 (CDN) Flight Fees per year; Non-Resident: $28,715 + $24,629 (CDN) Flight Fees per year

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 1999

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: DAN Management and Organizational Studies, Social Science

Online Aviation Programs: No

FAA Certificate Offerings: Private, Commercial, MultiEngine, Instrument, Integrated Commercial with Multi-Engine Instrument Ratings, in accordance with Transport Canadian Aviation Regulations

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: Transport Canada Approved Integrated Commercial Pilot Course; Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs): 406.75 – 406.77, and CARs Standard: 426.75 – 426.77

Instruction conducted by: A partnership with Diamond Flight Centre London Inc

Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 190; Average 204; Maximum 224 Total time Including FTD: Minimum 222; Average: 290; Maximum: 319

Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled

Scholarship/Financial Aid: Total Number: 8; Total Annual Value: $10,000; Website: www.registrar.uwo.ca/student_finances/; www. mos.uwo.ca/undergraduate Aviation Affiliations: UAA

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CANADA
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Operations BS 120 Aviation Safety BS 120 Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology BA 120 Flight Services AS 60 Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Flight training PGI 120 Geography and Aviation BES 120 Science and Aviation BSc 120 Aviation
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS 120 115
Degree Programs

Worms University of Applied Sciences

Erenburgerstrasse 19 67549 Worms, Germany +49 6241 5090 | www.hs-worms.de

Point of Contact: Richard Klophaus - klophaus@hs-worms.de

Institutional Information

Institution Type: Public

Accreditation: Ministry of Education Rhineland-Palatinate

Highest Degree Offered: Masters

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 3,700

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: Undergraduate: 302

Freshman Admissions Requirements: Numerus Clausus; University Entrance Qualifications for German Universities Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: No Tuition Fee applies; only a Semester Contribution, Flight Training is fee-based only for Aviation Management and Piloting

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2010

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: Business

Total cost of certificate and ratings in flight major: € 80,000 Flight Hours at Graduation: Minimum 200 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internship while enrolled

Scholarship/ Financial Aid: hs-worms.de/studieren/unterstuetzung-und-beratung/ finanzen

Articulation Agreements: UAA

*offered in English; ATPL (A or H) included. German language skills are mandatory; Student license from DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH (German ANSP) included

University of Management & Technology

Street No. 2, Block C2, Phase 1 Johar, Lahore Punjab, Pakistan 0092 42 35212816 | www.umt.edu.pk

Point of Contact: Ahmad Aizaz - ahmadaizaz@umt.edu.pk

Institutional Information

Institution Type: University

Accreditation: Aero-Building, Higher Education Commission

Highest Degree Offered: Associate

Student Body: Co-Educational

Full-time Enrollment: Undergraduate: 450

Full-time Students Enrolled in Aviation Program: 450 Calendar System: Semester

Annual Undergraduate Tuition: Resident: $11,400

Aviation Program

Year aviation program established: 2011

School/college/division in which the aviation program is located: UMT, Lahore

Specialized Program Accreditation: Pakistan Civil Aviation

Instruction offered under FAA part 141: 61, 147

Instruction conducted by: Assistant Professors, Lecturers and Industry Professionals

Cost of Lab Fees: Non-Flight-Airframe & Powerplant: $1,640 Opportunities – Industry/Employment/Learning: Internships Aviation Affiliations: Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority, Govt of Pakistan, European Aviation Safety Agency, Higher Education Commission, Govt of Pakistan, UAA

Rockfield College of Sciences and Technology

Rautistrasse 12, PO Box 620, Zurich, Switzerland CH-8040 (4143) 534-6561 | www.rcmedu.ch

Point of Contact: Jeremiah Agboola - admin@rcmedu.ch

Institutional Information/Aviation Program None provided Aviation Degree Programs

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Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Air Traffic Management BSc 180 30 Aviation Management BA 210 32 Aviation Management & Piloting BSc 180 30 PAKISTAN
Aviation Degree Programs Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Maintenance & Aircraft Maintenance BS 126 357 Aviation Studies BS 126 150 SWITZERLAND
Programs Type of Degree Credit Hours Enrollment Aviation Management BS MS 120 60 Airlines Management and Operations BS 120
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ALABAMA

Calhoun Community College

P.O. Box 2216 Decatur, AL, 35609 www.calhoun.edu (256) 306-2500

Coastal Alabama Community College 1975 Avenue C, Mobile, AL 3661 www.coastalalabama.edu (251) 580-4930

Enterprise State Community College 600 Plaza Drive, Enterprise, AL 36331 www.escc.edu (334) 347-2623

Tuckegee University 1200 W Montgomery Road, Tuskegee, AL 36088 www.tuskegee.edu (334) 727-8011

Wallace State Community College 801 Main St. N.W., Hanceville, AL 35077 www.wallacestate.edu (256) 737-3040

ALASKA

University of Alaska Fairbanks Community and Technical College 604 Barnette St., Fairbanks, AK 99701 www.ctc.uaf.edu (907) 455-2800

ARIZONA

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

Pima Community College 1255 N. Stone Ave., Tucson, AZ 85709 www.pima.edu (520) 206-5907

Yavapai College 1100 E Sheldon St, Prescott, AZ 86301 www.yc.edu/aviation (928) 717-7777

ARKANSAS

Black River Technical College P.O. Box 468, Pocahontas, AR 72455 www.blackrivertech.org (870) 248-4000

Pulaski Tech College Aviation School 600 W. Maryland Avenue Sherwood, AR 72120 www.uaptc.edu/aerospace (501) 835-5420

Southern Arkansas University Tech 6415 Spellman Rd., Camden, AR 71701 www.sautech.edu (879) 574-4593

CALIFORNIA

Antelope Valley College

3041 W. Avenue K, Lancaster, CA 93536 www.avc.edu (616) 722-6300

Chaffey College 5885 Haven Ave. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737 www.chaffey.edu (909) 652-6869

CALIFORNIA

City College of San Francisco Aeronautics

50 Phelan Ave., San Francisco, CA 94112 www.ccsf.edu (650) 821-0220

Cypress College

9200 Valley View St., Cypress, CA 90630 www.cypresscollege.edu (714) 484-7411

College of Alameda 555 Ralph Appezzato Memorial Pkwy, Alameda, CA 94501 www.alameda.peralta.edu (510) 522-7221

Gavilan Community College

5055 Santa Teresa Blvd. Gilroy, CA 95020 www.gavilan.edu (408) 852-2818

Glendale Community College 1500 N. Verdugo Rd., Glendale, CA 91208 www.glendale.edu (408) 852-2818

Long Beach City College 1305 E Pacific Coast Hwy. Long Beach, CA 90806 www.lbcc.edu (562) 938-3216

Orange Coast College 2701 Fairview Rd., Costa Mesa, CA 92626 prod.orangecoastcollege.edu (714) 432-5072

Pacific Union College One Angwin Ave., Angwin, CA 94508 www.puc.edu (707) 965-6313

Palomar Community College 1140 W Mission Rd., San Marcos, CA 92069 www.palomar.edu (760) 744-1150

Reedley College 995 N. Reed Ave., Reedley, CA 93654 www.reedleycollege.edu (559) 638-3641

Sacramento City College 3835 Freeport Blvd Sacramento, CA 95822 www.scc.losrios.edu (916) 558-2491

San Bernardino Valley College 701 S. Mt Vernon Ave. San Bernardino, CA 92410 www.valleycollege.edu (909) 384-4400

San Diego Christian College 200 Riverview Pkwy., Santee, CA 92071 www.sdcc.edu (619) 201-8700

San Diego Miramar College 10440 Black Mountain Rd. San Diego, CA 92126 www.sdmiramar.edu (619) 388-7663

San Joaquin Valley College 4985 E. Andersen Ave., Fresno, CA 93727 www.sjvc.edu (559) 453-0123

Solano Community College 4000 Suisun Valley Rd., Fairfield, CA 94534 www.solano.edu (707) 864-7155

CALIFORNIA

Victor Valley College 18422 Bear Valley Rd., Victorville, CA 92395 www.vvc.edu (760) 245-4271

West Los Angeles College 9000 Overland Ave. Culver City, CA 90230 www.wlac.edu (310) 287-4514

COLORADO

Western Colorado Community College 1 Western Way, Gunnison, CO 81231 www.western.edu (970) 943.2119

CONNECTICUT

Naugatuck Valley Community College 750 Chase Pkwy. Waterbury, CT 06708 www.nv.edu (203) 575-8000

Quinebaugh Valley Community College 742 Upper Maple St., Danielson, CT 06239 www.qvcc.edu (860) 932-4050

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

University of the District of Columbia Community College 4200 Connecticut Ave. N.W. Washington, DC 20008 www.udc.edu (202) 274-5000

DELAWARE

Delaware Technical Community College 21499 Rudder Ln., Georgetown, DE 19947 www.dtcc.edu (302) 259-6741

Wilmington University 320 N. Dupont Hwy. New Castle, DE 19720 www.wilmu.edu (302) 356-6746

FLORIDA

Aviator College of Aeronautical Science and Technology 4220 Aviator Way, Fort Pierce, FL 34946 aviator.edu/aviation (772) 466-4822

Eastern Florida State College 3865 N. Wickham Rd. Melbourne, FL 32935 www.easternflorida.edu (321) 433-7754

Florida Technical College of Aeronautics 150 W. University Blvd. Melbourne, FL 32901 www.fit.edu (321) 674-8000

Hobe Sound Bible College 11298 SE Gomez Ave. Hobe Sound, FL 33455 www.hsbc.edu (772) 545-1400

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FLORIDA

Palm Beach State College 4200 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33461 www.palmbeachstate.edu (561) 868-3577

Santa Fe College 3000 N.W. 83rd St., Gainesville, FL 32606 www.sfcollege.edu (352) 395-5000

Southeastern University 1000 Longfellow Blvd., Lakeland, FL 33801 www.seu.edu (800) 500-8760

St. Petersburg College 6605 5th Ave. N., St Petersburg, FL 33710 www.spcollege.edu (727) 398-8256

University of Miami 1251 Memorial Dr., Coral Gables, FL 33146 www.welcome.miami.edu (305) 284-2571

GEORGIA

Augusta Technical College 3200 Augusta Tech Dr. Augusta, GA 30906 augustatech.edu (706) 771-4000

Central Georgia Technical College 3300 Macon Tech Dr., Macon, GA 31206 www.centralgatech.edu (478) 218-3360

Georgia Northwestern Tech College 127 Capitoline Dr. N.E., Rome, GA 30165 www.gntc.edu (706) 802-5086

South Georgia Technical College 900 South Georgia Tech Parkway Americus, GA 31709 www.southgatech.edu (229) 931-2394

HAWAII

University of Hawaii at Hilo 200 W Kawili St. Hilo HI 96720 www.aerohilo@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7341

IDAHO

Idaho State University 921 S 8th Ave, Pocatello, ID 83201 www.isu.edu (208) 232-8485

Treasure Valley Community College 205 S 6th Ave. #102, Caldwell, ID 83605 www.tvcc.cc/aviation (208) 455-6820

ILLINOIS

Kishwaukee College 21193 Malta Rd. Malta, IL 60150 www.kish.edu (815) 825-2086

Lewis and Clark Community College 5800 Godfrey Rd., Godfrey, IL 62035 www.lc.edu (618) 468-7000

Lincoln Land Community College 5250 Shepherd Rd., Springfield, IL www.llcc.edu (217) 786-2200

ILLINOIS

Quincy University

1800 College Ave. Quincy, IL 62301 www.quincy.edu (217) 228-5432

Rock Valley College 6349 Falcon Rd., Rockford, IL

www.rockvalleycollege.edu (815) 921-3013

Waubonsee Community College

Route 47 Waubonsee Dr. Sugar Grove, IL 60554 www.waubonsee.edu (630) 466-7900

INDIANA

Ivy Tech Community College

50 W. Fall Creek Pkwy N. Dr. Indianapolis, IN 46208 www.ivytech.edu (888) 489-5463

Vincennes University 1002 N. 1st St., Vincennes, IN 47591 www.vinu.edu (317) 328-7171

IOWA

Iowa Lakes Community College

300 S 18th St., Estherville, IA 51334 www.iowalakes.edu (712) 362-8363

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

Iowa Western Community College 2700 College Rd., Council Bluffs, IA 51503 www.iwcc.edu (712) 325-3370

KANSAS

Central Christian College of Kansas 1200 S. Main St., McPherson, KS 67460 www.centralchristian.edu (620) 241-0723

Fort Hays State University 600 Park St., Hays, KS 67601 www.fhsu.edu (785) 628-4305

Wichita State University 845 Fairmount St., Wichita, KS 67260 www.wichita.edu (316) 978-5234

KENTUCKY

Ashland Community and Tech College 1400 College Dr., Ashland, KY 41101 www.ashland.kctcs.edu (606) 326-2000

Eastern Kentucky University 521 Lancaster Ave., Richmond, KY 40475 www.eku.edu (859) 622-1000

Jefferson Community and Tech College 109 E. Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202 www.jefferson.kctcs.edu (502) 213-5333

Somerset Community College 808 Monticello St., Somerset, KY 42501 www.somerset.kctcs.edu (606) 451-6772

LOUISIANA

Baton Rouge Community College

201 Community College Dr. Baton Rouge, LA 70806 www.mybrcc.edu (225) 216-8000

Northwestern State University 175 Sam Sibley Dr., Natchitoches, LA 71457 www.nsula.edu (318) 357-6699

South Louisiana Community College 1101 Bertrand Dr., Lafayette, LA 70506 www.solacc.edu (337) 521-9000

Sowela Technical Community College 3820 Sen J Bennett Johnston Ave. Lake Charles, LA 70615 www.sowela.edu (337) 421-6592

University of Louisiana at Monroe 700 University Ave., Monroe, LA 71209 www.ulm.edu (318) 342-1784

MAINE

University of Maine at Augusta 46 University Dr., Augusta, ME 04330 www.uma.edu (877) 862-1234

MASSACHUSETTS

Middlesex Community College 591 Springs Rd., Bedford, MA 01730 www.middlesex.mass.edu (781) 280-3200

Northshore Community College 1 Ferncroft Rd., Danvers, MA 01923 www.northshore.edu (978) 762-4000

MICHIGAN

Cornerstone University 1001 E. Beltline Ave. NE Grand Rapids, MI 49525 www.cornerstone.edu (616) 949-5300

Lansing Community College 610 N. Capitol Ave., Lansing, MI 48933 www.lcc.edu (517) 483-1345

MIAT College of Technology 2955 S. Haggerty Rd., Canton, MI 48188 www.miat.edu/aviation (800) 447-1310

Northern Michigan College 1701 E. Front St., Traverse City, MI 49686 www.nmc.edu (734) 487-1161

MINNESOTA

Inver Hills Community College 2500 80th Street E. Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076 www.inverhills.edu (651) 450-3668

Lake Superior College 2101 Trinity Rd., Duluth, MN 55811 www.lsc.edu (218) 733-7737

Minneapolis Community and Technology College 1501 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403 www.minneapolis.edu (612) 659-6000

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MINNESOTA

Northland Community and Tech College 1101 State Hwy. 1 Thief River Falls, MN 56701 www.northlandcollege.edu (218) 683-8806

Rochester Community and Tech College 2485 W. Henrietta Rd. #2323 Rochester, NY 14623 www.rctc.edu (585) 292-3700

St Cloud State University 720 4th Ave. S., St Cloud, MN 56301 www.stcloudstate.edu (320) 308-0121

MISSISSIPPI

Hinds Community College 4130 Airport Rd., Bolton, MS 39041 www.hindscc.edu (601) 857-3300

Northwest Mississippi Community College 1310 Belk Blvd., Oxford, MS 38655 www.northwestms.edu (662) 280-6183

MISSOURI

Linn State Technical College One Technology Dr., Linn, MO 65051 www.statetechmo.edu (573) 897-5199

Ozarks Technical Community College 1001 E Chestnut Expy. Springfield, MO 65802 www.academics.otc.edu (417) 447-7500

State Technical College of Missouri 1 Technology Dr., Linn, MO 65051 www.statetechmo.edu (573) 897-5000

MONTANA

Helena College 1115 N. Roberts St. #117, Helena, MT 59601 www.helenacollege.edu (406) 447-6900

NEBRASKA

Grace University 1311 S. 9th St., Omaha, NE 68108 www.graceuniversity.edu (402) 449-2829

Western Nebraska Community College 371 College Dr., Sidney, NE 69162 www.wncc.edu (308) 254-7448

NEW HAMPSHIRE

New Hampshire Community Technical College Nashua 505 Amherst St., Nashua, NH 03063 www.nashuacc.edu (603) 578-8900

NEW JERSEY

Bergen Community College

400 Paramus Rd., Paramus, NJ 07652 www.bergen.edu/aviation (201) 447-7100

County College of Morris 214 Center Grove Rd. Randolph, NJ 07869 www.ccm.edu (973) 328-5000

NEW JERSEY

Thomas Edison State University 111 W. State St., Trenton, NJ 08608 www.tesu.edu (973) 328-5000

NEW MEXICO

Eastern New Mexico University Rosswell P.O. Box 6000, Roswell, NM 88202 www.roswell.enmu.edu (575) 624-7023

San Juan College 4601 College Blvd. Farmington, NM 87402 www.sanjuancollege.edu (505) 326-3311

NEW YORK

Mohawk Valley Community College 1101 Sherman Dr., Utica, NY 13501 www.mvcc.edu (315) 792-5400

Schenectady County Community College 78 Washington Ave. Schenectady, NY 12305 www.sunnysccc.edu (518) 381-1328

NORTH CAROLINA

A-B Tech Community College

340 Victoria Rd., Asheville, NC 28801 www.abtech.edu (828) 398-7900

College of the Albemarle 1208 N. Road St., Elizabeth City, NC 27909 www.albemarle.edu/aviation (252) 335-0821

Craven Community College

800 College Ct., New Bern, NC 28562 www.cravencc.edu (252) 638-7200

NORTH CAROLINA

Guilford Technical Community College

601 E. Main St., Jamestown, NC 27282 www.gtcc.edu (336) 334-4822

Lenoir Community College 231 North Carolina Hwy. 58 Kinston, NC 28504 www.lenoircc.edu (252) 527-6223

Robeson Community College 5160 Fayetteville Rd. Lumberton, NC 28360 www.robeson.edu (910) 272-3381

Sandhills Community College 3395 Airport Rd., Pinehurst, NC 28374 www.sandhills.edu/aviation (910) 692-6185

Wayne Community College 3000 Wayne Memorial Dr. Goldsboro, NC 27534 www.waynecc.edu/aviation (919) 735-5151

OHIO

Cincinnati State Technical 3520 Central Pkwy., Cincinnati, OH 45223 www.cincinnatistate.edu (513) 569-4974

Clark State Community College 570 E. Leffel Ln., Springfield, OH 45505 www.clarkstate.edu (937) 328-6028

OHIO

Columbus State Community College 550 E. Spring St., Columbus, OH 43215 www.cscc.edu (614) 287-7105

Southern State Community College 100 Hobart Dr., Hillsboro, OH 45133 www.sscc.edu (800) 628-7722

University of Cincinnati Clermont College 4200 Clermont College Dr. Batavia, OH 45103 www.ucclermont.edu (513) 735-9100

OKLAHOMA

Western Oklahoma State College 2801 N. Main St., Altus, OK 73521 www.wosc.edu (580) 477-7767

OREGON

Central Oregon Community College 2600 N.W. College Way, Bend, OR 97701 www.cocc.edu (541) 318-3702

Klamath Community College 7390 S. 6th St., Klamath Falls, OR 97603 www.klamathcc.edu (541) 882-3521

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

Portland Community College 12000 S.W. 49th Ave., Portland, OR 97219 www.pcc.edu (971) 722-7457

PENNSYLVANIA

Community College of Allegheny County 1750 Clairton Road, West Mifflin, PA 15122 www.ccac.edu (412) 237-CCAC

Community College of Beaver County 1 College Ave., Williamsport, PA 17701 www.ccbc.edu (724) 480-2222

Edinboro University 219 Meadville St, Edinboro, PA 16444 www.edinboro.edu (814) 732-2000

Lehigh Carbon Community College 718 Hamilton St., Allentown, PA 18101 www.lccc.edu/aviation (610) 799-1940

Pennsylvania College of Technology 1 College Ave., Williamsport, PA 17701 www.pct.edu (570) 320-2400

PUERTO RICO

Ana G. Mendez University Av. Ana G. Méndez, San Juan, PR 00926 www.carolina.uagm.edu (787) 705-1403

SOUTH CAROLINA

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

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SOUTH CAROLINA

Greenville Technical College

506 S. Pleasantburg Dr. Greenville, SC 29607

www.gvltec.edu (864) 422-1762

Trident Technical College 7000 Rivers Ave. North Charleston, SC 29406 www.tridenttech.edu (843) 574-6111

SOUTH DAKOTA

Lake Area Technical Institute 1201 Arrow Ave. N.E., Watertown, SD 57201 www.lakeareatech.edu (605) 882-5284

TENNESSEE

Austin Peay State University

601 College St., Clarksville, TN 37044 www.apsu.edu (931) 221-7011

Northeast State Community College 2425 TN-75, Blountville, TN 37617

www.northeaststate.edu (423) 323-3191

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

Southwest Tennessee Community College

737 Union Ave., Memphis, TN 38103 www.southwest.tn.edu (901) 333-5000

Tennessee College of Applied Technology

3435 Tchulahoma, Memphis, TN 38118 www.tcatmemphis.edu (901) 543-6183

Tennessee State University

3500 John A Merritt Blvd. Nashville, TN 37209 www.tnstate.edu/ait (615) 963-5378

University of Tennessee Space Institute 411 B. H. Goethert Parkway MS-03 Tullahoma TN 37388 www.utsi.edu (865) 974-1000

TEXAS

Amarillo College 1314 S Polk St. Amarillo, TX 79101 www.actx.edu (806) 335-4381

Del Mar College 101 Baldwin Blvd. Corpus Christi, TX 78404 www.delmar.edu (361) 698-2721

Hallmark University 8901 Wetmore Rd., San Antonio, TX 78216 www.hallmarkuniversity.edu (210) 690-9000

Lee College

200 Lee Dr., Baytown, TX 77520

www.lee.edu (281) 425-6440

MIAT College of Technology - Houston 533 Northpark Central Dr. Houston, TX 77073

www.miat.edu (888) 547-7047

TEXAS

Palo Alto College

1400 W. Villaret Blvd. San Antonio, TX 78224

www.alamo.edu (210) 486-3077

San Jacinto College

8060 Spencer Hwy., Pasadena, TX 77505

www.sanjac.edu (281) 991-2659

St. Philips College

1801 Martin Luther King Dr. San Antonio, TX 78203

www.alamo.edu (210) 486-7201

Tarrant County College District 1500 Houston St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 www.tccd.edu (817) 515-7250

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

University of Texas GSBS 6767 Bertner Ave., Houston, TX 77030

www.gsbs.uth.edu (713) 500-9850

UTAH

Salt Lake Community College 4600 S Redwood Rd. Salt Lake City, UT 84123 www.slcc.edu (801) 957-7522

VERMONT

Vermont Technical College P.O. Box 500, 124 Admin Dr. Randolph Center, VT 05061 www.vtc.edu (844) 369-1972

VIRGINIA

Aviation Institute of Maintenance 4455 South Blvd. Virginia Beach, VA 23452 www.aviationmaintenance.edu (678) 377-5600

Blue Ridge Community College 1 College Ln., Weyers Cave, VA 24486 www.brcc.edu (540) 453-2306

Hampton University 100 E. Queens St., Hampton, VA 23668 www.home.hamptonu.edu (540) 453-2306

WASHINGTON

Big Bend Community College

7662 Chanute St. N.E. Moses Lake, WA 98837 www.bigbend.edu (509) 793-2246

Clover Park Technical College 4500 Steilacoom Blvd. S.W. Lakewood, WA 98499

www.cptc.edu (253) 583-8904

Everett Community College

2000 Tower St., Everett, WA 98201 www.everettcc.edu (425) 388-9584

Green River Community College 12401 S.E. 320th St., Auburn, WA 98092 www.greenriver.edu (253) 833-9111

WASHINGTON

South Seattle Community College

6000 16th Ave. S.W., Seattle, WA 98106 www.southseattle.edu (206) 934-5311

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

Walla Walla Community College 500 Tausick Way, Walla Walla, WA 99362 www.wwcc.edu (509) 522-2500

WEST VIRGINIA

West Virginia University Institute of Technology 400 S. Kanawha St., Beckley, WV 25801 www.wvutech.edu (304) 929-0311

WISCONSIN

Gateway Technical College 3520 30th Ave., Kenosha, WI 53144 www.gtc.edu (262) 564-3610

Madison Area Technical College 1701 Wright St., Madison WI 53704 www.madisoncollege.edu 608-246-6100

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh 800 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, WI 54901 www.oce.uwosh.edu (920) 424-1021

WYOMING

Casper College 125 College Dr. Casper, WY 82601 www.caspercollege.edu (307) 268-2100

NON-MEMBER INTERNATIONAL

AUSTRALIA

Griffith University

GPO Box 3040, Brisbane 4001, Australia www.griffith.edu.au +617 3735 6425

RMIT University 124 La Trobe Street Melbourne VIC 3000 www.rmit.edu.au +61 3 9925 2000

Swinburne University of Technology

P.O. Box 218 Mail H38 Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia www.swinburne.edu.au +61 3 9214 8444

University of New Soth Wales Sydney High St., Kensington, NSW 2052 Australia www.unsw.edu.au +61 2 93851000

University of South Australia

Level 1, 101 Currie St. Adelaide, South Australia 5000 unisa.edu.au +61 8 8302 0114

BRAZIL

Pontifical University of Rio Grande do Sul Av. Ipiranga, 6681 - Partenon

Porto Alegre - RS, 90619-900, Brazil www.pucrs.br +55 21 3527 1577

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CANADA

Concordia University

MB 12-125, 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W. Montreal QC, Canada www.concordiaeducation.org (514) 848-2424

Confederation College 1450 Nakina Dr. Thunder Bay, ON P7C 4W1 Canada www.confederationcollege.ca (807) 475-6110

Centre Québecois de Formation Aéronautique

112 Ave. De Yonge Crescent Point-Claire, Quebec H9R 2L9, Canada www.cqff.ca (866) 833-2114

Georgian College 1450 8th St. E., Box 700 Owen Sound, Ontario N4K 5R4, Canada www.georgiancollege.ca (705) 728-1968

Sault University

443 Northern Ave. Sault Ste Marie, ON, Canada P6B 4J3 www.saultcollege.ca (800) 461-2260

CHINA

Nanjing University of Aeronautics

29 Yudao St., Nanjing, Jiangsu, China iao.nuaa.edu.cn +56 32 2277 773

IRELAND

Cork Institute of Technology

Munster Technological University, Bishopstown, Cork, Ireland

www.cit.ie 00353 21 432 6100

Dublin City University

DCU Glasnevin Campus, Dublin 9, Ireland www.dcu.ie +353 (1) 700 5000

University College Dublin Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland www.ucd.ie +353 1 716 7777

University of Limerick Limerick V94 T9PX, Ireland www.ul.ie +353-(0)61-202700

ITALIA

University of Rome

Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5 00185 - Roma, RM, Italia www.ul.ie (+39) 06 49911

SOUTH KOREA

HanSeo University

46 Hanseo 1-ro, Haemi-myeon, Sosan, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea hseng.hanseo.ac.kr +82 41-660-1144

Korea Aerospace University

76 Hanggongdaehak-ro, Deogyang-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea www.kauisp.com +82 2 300 0357

INDIA

Modern College of Business & Sciences P.O. 133, Muscat 100 133, Oman, India mcbs.edu.om +968 24 583583

PAKISTAN

Lahore School of Aviation Raiwand Rd., Lahore 34000, Pakistan +92 42 111-865-865

PANAMA

Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá Aeropuerto Internacional Miguel A Gelabert Hangar 11B, Albrook, Panama utp.ac.pa +507 560 3179

SAUDIA ARABIA

Prince Sultan University PO Box 66833, Rafha St Riyadh 11586, Saudia Arabia www.psu.edu (1196611) 494-8537

SPAIN

Campus Universitario Aeronautico Carretera de Segovia s/n 47012 Valladolid, Spain www.uemc.edu + 983228505

Centro de Estudios Superiores de La Aviacion Apartado de Correos 481, 43201 Reus, Spain www.cesda.com/en +34 977 300 027

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NON-MEMBER INTERNATIONAL
78

A

A-B Tech Community College 75

Academy College 33

Aims Community College 12

Amarillo College 76

Ana G. Mendez University 75

Andrews University 31

Angelo State University 54

Antelope Valley College 73

Arizona State University 5

Ashland Community and Technical College 74

Athens State University 4

Atlantic Cape Community College 40

Auburn University 4

Augusta Technical College 74

Austin Peay State University 76

Averett University 65

Aviation Institute of Maintenance 76

Aviator College of Aeronautical Science & Tech 73

B

Baton Rouge Community College 74

Baylor University 55

Bergen Community College 75

Big Bend Community College 76

Black River Technical College 73

Blue Ridge Community College 76

Bob Jones University 75

Bowling Green State University 45

Broward College Aviation Institute 14

C

Calhoun Community College 73

California Aeronautical University – Arizona 6, 8

California Aeronautical University – California 8, 9

California Baptist University 10

Campus Universitario Aeronautico 77

Cape Cod Community College 31

Casper College 76

Central Christian College of Kansas 74

Central Georgia Technical College 74

Central Oregon Community College 75

Central Texas College 56

Central Washington University 67

Centre Quebecois Formation Aeronautique 77

Centro de Estudios Superiores de La Aviacion 77

Chaffey College 73

Chandler-Gilbert Community College 73

Charleston Southern University 53

Cincinnati State Technical 75

City College of San Francisco Aeronautics 73

Clark State Community College 75

Clover Park Technical College 76

Coastal Alabama Community College 73

Cochise Community College 6

College of Alameda 73

College of Albemarle 75

College of DuPage 26

College of Southern Nevada 40

Colorado Northwestern Community College 12

Columbus State Community College 75

Community College of Allegheny County 75

Community College of Baltimore County 30

Community College of Beaver County 75

C

Concordia University 77

Confederation College 77

Cork Institute of Technology 77

Cornerstone University 74

County College of Morris 75

Craven Community College 75

CUNY Aviation Institute at York College 42

Cypress College 73

D

Del Mar College 76

Delaware State University 13

Delaware Technical Community College 73

Delta State University 34

Dublin City University 77

Dutchess Community College 42

E

Eastern Florida State College 73

Eastern Kentucky University 74

Eastern Michigan University 31

Eastern New Mexico University 41

Eastern New Mexico University – Roswell 75

Edinboro University 75

Elizabeth City State University 44

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Daytona Beach 14

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott 7

Enterprise State Community College at Ozark 73

Everett Community College 76

Everglades University 15

F

Fairmont State University 69

Farmingdale State College 43

Florida Institute of Technology 17

Florida Memorial University 18

Florida State College at Jacksonville 18

Florida Tech College of Aeronautics 73

Fort Hays State University 74

Fox Valley Technical College 69

G

Gateway Technical College 76

Gavilan Community College 73

Georgia Northwestern Technical College 74

Georgian College 77

Glendale Community College 73

Grace University 75

Green River Community College 76

Greenville Technical College 76

Griffith University 76

Guilford Technical Community College 75

H

Hallmark University 76

Hampton University 65

Hanseo University 77

Helena College 75

Henderson State University 7

Hesston College 28

Hinds Community College 75

Hobe Sound Bible College 74

79
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Idaho State University 74

Indian Hills Community College 74

Indiana State University 26

Indiana Wesleyan University 26

Institute of Aviation at Parkland College 23

Inter American University of Puerto Rico 51

Inver Hills College 74

Iowa Lakes Community College 74

Iowa Western Community College 74

Ivy Tech Community College 74

JJacksonville University 19

Jefferson Community and Technical College 74

K

Kansas State University Polytech 28

Kent State University 45

Kishwaukee College 74

Klamath Community College 75

Kocaeli University 77

Korea Aerospace University 77

LLahore School of Aviation 77

Lake Area Technical Institute 76

Lake Superior College 74

Lane Community College 75

Lansing Community College 74

Lee College 76

Lehigh Carbon Community College 75

Lenoir Community College 75

LeTourneau University 56

Lewis and Clark Community College 74

Lewis University 23

Liberty University 66

Lincoln Land Community College 74

Linn State Technical College 75

London Metropolitan University 77

Lone Star College 57

Long Beach City College 72

Louisiana Tech University 29

Lynn University 19

M

Madison Area Technical College 76

Marshall University 69

Marywood University 50

Mercer County Community College 41

Metropolitan State University of Denver 13

Miami Dade College 21

MIAT College of Technology 74

MIAT College of Technology- Houston 76

Middle Georgia State University 22

Middle Tennessee State University 54

Middlesex Community College 74

Minneapolis Community & Technical College 74

Minnesota State University, Mankato 34

Modern College of Business & Science 77

Mohawk Valley Community College 75

Montana State University – Gallatin College 37

Moody Aviation 67

Mt. San Antonio College 10

NNanjing University of Aeronautics 77

Naugatuck Valley Community College 73

New Hampshire Community Technical College 75

North Central Institute 76

North Shore Community College 74

Northeast State Community College 76

Northland Community & Technical College 75

Northwest Mississippi Community College 75

Northern Michigan University 74

Northwestern State University 74

O

Ohio University 46

Oklahoma State University 47

Orange Coast College 73

Ozarks Technical Community College 75

Ozarka College 9

P

Pacific Union College 73

Palo Alto College 76

Palm Beach State College 74

Palomar Community College 73

Parkland College 23

Pasco-Hernando State College 21

Pennsylvania College of Technology 75

Pima Community College 73

Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics 51

Polk State College 22

Pontifical University of Rio Grande 76

Portland Community College 75

Prince Sultan University 77

Pulaski Technical College Aviation School 73

Purdue University 27

Q

Quinebaugh Valley Community College 73

Quincy University 74

R

Reedley College 73

RMIT University 76

Robeson Community College 75

Rochester Community & Technical College 75

Rock Valley College 74

Rockfield College of Sciences and Technology 71

Rocky Mountain College 37

SSacramento City College 73

Saint Louis University 35

Salt Lake Community College 76

San Bernardino Valley College 73

San Diego Christian College 73

San Diego Miramar College 73

San Jacinto College 76

San Joaquin Valley College 73

San Jose State University 11

San Juan College 75

Sandhills Community College 75

Santa Fe College 74

Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology 77

Schenectady County Community College 75

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S

Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology 70

Sinclair Community College 46

Solano Community College 73

Somerset Community College 74

South Dakota State University 53

South Georgia Technical College 74

South Louisiana Community College 74

South Seattle Community College 76

Southeast Missouri State University 36

Southeastern Oklahoma State University 49

Southeastern University 74

Southern Arkansas University Tech 73

Southern Illinois University – Carbondale 24, 25

Southern New Hampshire University 40

Southern State Community College 75

Southern University at Shreveport 29

Southern Utah University 63

Southwest Tennessee Community College 76

Southeastern Oklahoma State University 49

Southwestern Illinois College 25

Sowela Technical Community College 74

Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology 49

Spokane Community College 76

St Cloud State University 75

St. Petersburg College 74

St. Philips College 76

State Technical College of Missouri 75

Stephen F. Austin State University 59

Swinburne University of Technology 76

T

Tarrant County College District 76

Tennessee College of Applied Technology 76

Tennessee State University 76

Texas A&M University – Central Texas 58, 59

Texas Southern University 61

Texas State Technical College – Harlingen 76

Texas State Technical College – Waco 61

Texas Woman’s University 60, 61

The Ohio State University 47

The University of Oklahoma 55

Thomas Edison State University 75

Treasure Valley Community College 74

Trident Technical College 76

Tulsa Community College 50

Tuskegee University 73

U

United Tanzania Aeronautics College 77

Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María 77

Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá 77

University College Dublin 77

University of Alaska – Anchorage 5

University of Alaska Fairbanks 73

University of Central Missouri 36

University of Cincinnati - Clermont College 75

University of Dubuque 27

University of Limerick 77

University of Hawaii at Hilo 74

University of Louisiana at Monroe 74

University of Maine at Augusta 74

University of Management and Technology 71

University of Maryland Eastern Shore 30

University of Memphis 54

U

University of Miami 74

University of Nebraska at Kearney 38, 39

University of Nebraska at Omaha 39

University of New South Wales – Sydney 76

University of North Dakota 44

University of Oklahoma 50

University of Rome 77

University of South Australia 76

University of Southern California 11

University of Texas, GSBS 76

University of Tennessee, 76

University of the District of Columbia 73

University of Valencia 77

University of Waterloo 70

University of Western Ontario 70

University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh 76

Utah State University 63

Utah Valley University 64

V

Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology 43

Vermont Technical College 76

Victor Valley College 73

Vincennes University 74

W

Walla Walla University 76

Wallace State Community College – Hanceville 73

Waubonsee Community College 74

Wayne Community College 75

West Los Angeles College 73

West Virginia University Institute of Technology 76

Western Colorado Community College 73

Western Michigan University 32, 33

Western Nebraska Community College 75

Western Oklahoma State College 75

Wichita State University 74

Wilmington University 73

Worms University of Applied Sciences 71

Y

Yavapai College - Arizona Community College 73

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ALABAMA

[ Athens State University Y

[ Auburn University Auburn

[ Community College of the Air Force Montgomery

Tuskegee University

Wallace State Community College - Hanceville

ALASKA

[ University of Alaska - Anchorage

ARIZONA

[ Arizona State University North Mesa

[ California Aeronautical University Mesa

[ Cochise Community College Douglas

[ Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Prescott Prescott

ARKANSAS

[ Henderson State University Arkadelphia Y

[ Ozarka College Melbourne Y

CALIFORNIA

[ California Aeronautical University Bakersbield

[ California Baptist University

California State Los Angeles

Glendale Community College

[ Mt. San Antonio College

Orange Coast College

Pacific Union College

[ San Joaquin Valley College

[ San Jose State University

[ Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology - IE

[ Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology - LAX

[ University of Southern California Los Angeles

[ William Jessup University

COLORADO

[ Aims Community College

[ Colorado Northwestern Community College

[ Metropolitan State University of Denver

DELAWARE

[ Delaware State University

FLORIDA

[ Broward College Aviation Institute

[ Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Daytona

[ Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide

[ Everglades University

[ Florida Institute of Technology

[ Florida Memorial University

83 UAA Member Institution INSTITUTION CITY AssociatesBachelorsGraduateOnlineDegreeOfferedATC/Dispatch MaintenanceA&P/MaintMgmtAviationStudies/AviationMgmt Avionics/ Electronics FlightEducation /CommercialPilot UnmannedAviationSafety/SecurityAircraftSystems(UAS)Other
Y Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y Y
Anchorage
Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Y
Y
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y
Los Angeles Y Y Y
Glendale Y Y Y
Riverside
Y Y Y Y
Y Y
Y Y Y Sacramento City College Sacramento Y Y Y San
San Diego Y Y Y Y Y
Walnut
Diego Christian College
Y Y
San Jose Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y
Y Y Y
Los Angeles
Y Y Y Y
Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y
Greeley
Rangley Y Y
Denver Y Y Y Y Y Y
Dover Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Pembroke Pines
Daytona Beach Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Beach
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Daytona Beach
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Melbourne Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Miami Gardens Y Y Y Y Y

[ Florida State College at Jacksonville

Florida Tech College of Aeronautics

Jacksonville University

Lynn University

[ Miami Dade College

[ Pasco Hernando State Collee

[ Polk State College

University of South Florida

[ University of West Florida

[ Georgia Northwestern Technical College

[ Middle Georgia Statge University

IDAHO

[ Indian Hills Community College

ILLINOIS

[ College of DuPage

[ Institute of Aviation at Parkland College

[ Lewis University

[ Quincy University

[ Southern Illinois University - Carbondale

Southwestern Illinois College

[ Indiana State University

[ Indiana Wesleyan University

[ Purdue University

IOWA Iowa Lakes Community College

[ Morningside University

[ University of Dubuque

KANSAS

[ Kansas State University - Salina

Ashland Community and Technical College

Eastern Kentucky University

[ Louisiana Tech University

[ Southern University at Shreveport

MAINE

University of Maine at Augusta

MARYLAND

[ Capitol Technology University

[ Community College of Baltimore County

[ University of Maryland Eastern Shore

84 UAA Member Institution INSTITUTION CITY AssociatesBachelorsGraduateOnlineDegreeOfferedATC/Dispatch MaintenanceA&P/MaintMgmtAviationStudies/AviationMgmt Avionics/ Electronics FlightEducation /CommercialPilot UnmannedAviationSafety/SecurityAircraftSystems(UAS)Other
FLORIDA
Jacksonville Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Jacksonville Y Y Y
Boca Raton Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
[
Homestead Y Y Y Y Y Y
Dade City Y Y Y Y
Winter Haven Y Y Y Y Y Y
Tampa Y Y
Pensacola Y Y Y Y
GEORGIA
Y Y
Eastman Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y
Glen
Y Y
Ellyn
Savoy Y Y
Romeoville Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y
Carbondale Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Belleville Y Y Y Y Y
[
INDIANA
Terre
Y Y Y Y Y
Haute
Marion Y Y Y Y Y
West Lafayette Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Dubuque Y Y Y
Salina Y Y Y Y Y Y
KENTUCKY
Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y
[
LOUISANA
Ruston Y Y Y Y
Y Y
Shreveport
Y Y
Augusta
Y Y Y Y Y Y
Catonsville Y Y Y Y Y Y
Princess Anne

MASSACHUSETTS

Bridgewater State University

[ Cape Cod Community College

MICHIGAN

[ Andrews University Berrien Springs

[ Eastern Michigan University

Michigan Institute of Aeronautics

[ Northwestern Michigan College

[ Western Michigan University College of Aviation

MINNESOTA

[ Academy College Bloomington

[ Minnesota State University, Mankato Mankato

[ Northland Community and Technical College

MISSISSIPPI

[ Delta State University Cleveland Y

MISSOURI

[ Saint Louis University, PCEAT

[ Southeast Missouri State University

[ University of Central Missouri

MONTANA

[ Montana State University – Gallatin College

[ Rocky Mountain College Billings

NEBRASKA

[ University of Nebraska at Kearney Kearney

[ University of Nebraska at Omaha Omaha

NEVADA

[ College of Southern Nevada Henderson

NEW HAMPSHIRE Daniel Webster College

[ Southern New Hampshire University

NEW JERSEY

[ Atlantic Cape Community College

[ Mercer County Community College

Thomas Edison State University

NEW MEXICO

[ Eastern New Mexico University

San Juan College

NEW YORK

[ CUNY Aviation Institute at York College Jamaica

[ Dutchess Community College Poughkeepsie

[ Farmingdale State College Farmingdale

[ Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology Flushing

NORTH CAROLINA

A-B Tech Community College

[ Elizabeth City State University

85 UAA Member Institution INSTITUTION CITY AssociatesBachelorsGraduateOnlineDegreeOfferedATC/Dispatch MaintenanceA&P/MaintMgmtAviationStudies/AviationMgmt Avionics/ Electronics FlightEducation /CommercialPilot UnmannedAviationSafety/SecurityAircraftSystems(UAS)Other
Y Y Y
Bridgewater
Plymouth Y Y
Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Canton Y Y
Ypsilanti
City Y Y Y
Traverse
Y Y Y Y Y Y
Battle Creek
Y Y
Y
Y Y Y Y Y
Y
Y
Y Y Y Y
Y
St. Louis Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Cape Girardeau
Warrensburg Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y
Bozeman
Y Y
Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y
Y Y Y Y
Nashua
Mays Landing Y Y Y
Trenton Y Y Y
Trenton Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Portales Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Farmington
Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Ashville Y Y Y Y
Elizabeth City Y Y Y Y Y

NORTH DAKOTA

[ University of North Dakota

OHIO

[ Bowling Green State University

[ Kent State University

[ Ohio University

[ The Ohio State University

University of Cincinnati – Clermont College

OKLAHOMA

[ Oklahoma State University

[ Southeastern Oklahoma State University – ASI

[ Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology

[ The University of Oklahoma

[ Tulsa Community College

PENNSYLVANIA

[ Community College of Beaver County

[ Marywood University

[ Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics West Mifflin

PUERTO RICO

[ Inter American University of Puerto Rico - Bayamon

SOUTH CAROLINA

[ Charleston Southern University

SOUTH DAKOTA

[ South Dakota State University

TENNESSEE

[ Christian Brother University

[ Middle Tennessee State University

Tennessee State University

[ University of Memphis

University of Tennessee

[ Angelo State University

[ Baylor University

[ Central Texas College

[ Hallmarfk University College of Aeronautics

[ LeTourneau University

[ Lone Star College

[ Stephen F Austin State University Nacogdoches

[ Texas A&M University – Central Texas

Texas Southern University

[ Texas State Technical College - Waco Waco

[ Texas Woman's University Denton

[ University of Texas GSBS

86 UAA Member Institution INSTITUTION CITY AssociatesBachelorsGraduateOnlineDegreeOfferedATC/Dispatch MaintenanceA&P/MaintMgmtAviationStudies/AviationMgmt Avionics/ Electronics FlightEducation /CommercialPilot UnmannedAviationSafety/SecurityAircraftSystems(UAS)Other
Grand
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Forks
Bowling Green Y Y Y Y
Kent Y Y Y Y Y Y
Albany Y Y Y Y Y [
Dayton Y Y
Columbus Y Y Y Y Y Y
Clermont College Y Y Y Y
Sinclair Community College
Stillwater Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Durant Y Y Y Y Y Y
Tulsa Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Norman Y Y Y Y Y
Tulsa Y Y Y Y
Beaver
Y Y Y Y Y
Falls
Scranton Y Y Y Y
Y
Y
Bayamon Y Y Y Y
Charleston Y Y
Brookings Y Y Y
Memphis Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Nashville Y Y Y Y
Murfreesboro
Memphis Y Y Y
Knoxville Y Y Y
TEXAS
San Angelo Y Y
Waco Y Y Y Y Y Y
Kileen Y Y
San Antonio Y Y
Longview Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y
Conroe
Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y
Houston Y Y Y Y Y
Kileen
Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Austin Y Y

UTAH

Salt Lake Community College Salt Lake

[ Southern Utah University

[ Utah State University

[ Utah Valley University Provo

VIRGINIA

[ Averett University Danville

[ Hampton University Hampton

[ Liberty University Lynchburg

WASHINGTON

[ Central Washington University Ellensburg

[ Moody Bible Institute Spokane

Walla Walla University College Place

WEST VIRGINIA

[ Fairmont State University Fairmont

[ Marshall University Huntington

WISCONSIN

[ Fox Valley Technical College Oshkosh

INTERNATIONAL

[ Centre Quebecois de Formation Aeronautique

[ Concordia University

Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology

[ Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology

[ University of Waterloo

University of Western Ontario

[ Worms University of Applied Sciences

University College Dublin

University of Limerick

[ University of Management and Technology

[ Prince Sultan University SAUDI

Korea Aerospace University

[ Centro de Estudios Superiores de la Aviación SPAIN

[ Rockfield College of Management SWITZERLAND

[ Yeditepe University TURKEY

[ denotes college or university is UAA institution member

[ denotes academic professionals only are UAA members

87 UAA Member Institution INSTITUTION CITY AssociatesBachelorsGraduateOnlineDegreeOfferedATC/Dispatch MaintenanceA&P/MaintMgmtAviationStudies/AviationMgmt Avionics/ Electronics FlightEducation /CommercialPilot UnmannedAviationSafety/SecurityAircraftSystems(UAS)Other
Y Y Y Y Y Y
City
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Cedar City
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Logan
Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y
Y
Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y
CANADA Y Y
CANADA Y Y
CANADA Y Y Y Y
CANADA Y Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Y Y Y
CANADA
CANADA
Y Y Y Y
GERMANY
IRELAND Y Y
IRELAND Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y
PAKISTAN
Y Y Y
Y Y Y Y Y
ARABIA
SOUTH KOREA
Y Y Y Y
Y Y Y
Y Y Y

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WE’RE ON THE MOVE. LET’S GROW TOGETHER.

Once small and mighty, Piedmont Airlines is doubling the size of our fleet, creating an airline that will thrive into the future. With the unique opportunity to become a growing leader in the regional airline industry, we are seeking the best team members to reach for the skies alongside us.

Our commitment to developing the next generation of Pilots will propel Piedmont - and you - into a stable future. We strive for excellence and recognize that each and every Piedmont team member contributes to our success.

Discover your journey through Piedmont’s Cadet Program, the most flexible program in the industry. Build time where you want, when you want – no partner school required. Not to mention a contractual flow program that guarantees Piedmont Pilots a job at American Airlines – with no further interview required. Join us today and let your

take flight! Piedmont-Airlines.com
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