Our program is accredited by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and our aircraft are professionally maintained by our own
We have our own Andrews Airpark and it’s just one mile from campus. Here, you’ll be able to work on aircraft like a Cessna 150, T-33, Lear 24 and our newest addition, a Mitsubishi MU2.
Our department operates a modern fleet of single-engine aircraft for training courses. We even have a flight simulation building that has caught the attention of major aviation magazines.
Along with small class sizes, we offer an Associate and a Bachelor of Technology in aviation. Consider a dual emphasis in both flight and maintenance to improve your skillset.
Improve your job marketability in a competitive field. Earn a number of certifications to go with your degree like Aircraft Maintenance Technician, Commercial Pilot and more.
U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2018
Our hands-on aviation curriculum combines experienced professors with practical equipment located at the airport to send you into the air as an experienced aviation professional. Classes like Federal Aviation Regulations, Aircraft Systems, and Crew Resource Management, along with required testing, will help you work toward your certifications.