The Aviation Major is diverse as it also may include Aircraft Maintenance, Airport Logistics, Air Traffic Control, and Unmanned Aerial Systems technology (Drones). As more people take to the sky in private aircraft, learning about the business and complex logistics of aviation is as important as learning to fly or fix the aircraft. With an Aviation Degree, you can work anywhere in the country. Most major cities have more than one airport so the opportunities are there.
"You will prepare for a career in aviation with a revolutionary new curriculum and practical training built around the skills the airline industry knows that future employees should have. The College of Aviation degree programs are accredited by the Aviation Accreditation Board International."
(Provided By Western Michigan University)
"By 2025, more than 100,000 new jobs are expected to be created in the unmanned aircraft industry. Half of these jobs will be created in the defense sector and the other half in the commercial sector. Annual salaries will range from $60,000 to $145,000."
(Provided By: Capitol Technology University)
"The Professional Pilot degree prepares students for employment with U.S. and international airlines, cargo carriers, and corporate flight departments."
(Provided By: Utah Valley Univeresity)
"With 34 aircraft and an average age of 10 years, you can understand why we are proud of our fleet. Our airplanes are equipped with Garmin G-1000, Avidyne Integra and Aspen Evolution so you will learn the intricacies of flying a glass-cockpit equipped aircraft."
(Provided By: Florida Institute of Technology)
"A UFA Radar Lab provides ATC students with the most modern and professional 32-position radar simulation lab in the country. Voice recognition technology allows the simulator to realistically respond to student voice commands. The system is capable of emulating the latest FAA and international radar displays and can run 16 different training scenarios simultaneously."
(Provided By: The University of North Dakota)
"CWU has a stellar reputation for preparing students for the demands of industry with B.S. degrees in Aviation Management or Professional Pilot. The aviation major attracts individuals with a passion for the combined art and science of aviation."
(Provided By: Central Washington University)
"The Department of Aviation & Safety serves as the focal point of technological education at Florida Memorial University. We offer rigorous programs designed to educate the future aviators, airport managers and air traffic controllers of the aerospace industry."
(Provided By: Florida Memorial University)
"With active partnerships at both O’Hare and Midway International airports, and our very own regional airport right on-campus, we provide you with a total immersion into the aviation industry."
(Provided By: Lewis University)
"Become a pilot or aircraft technician with SUU’s College of Aerospace Sciences and Technology. Demand for pilots and technicians has grown rapidly, and is predicted to grow even more over the next 18 years according to recent studies by Boeing and Airbus."
(Provided By: Southern Utah University)
"Students who have no prior flight experience can graduate from the aviation flight program with the skills to be a pilot. All flight training is conducted in-house by CBU using our own flight instructors and fleet of university-owned aircraft. In addition to the flight training and ground courses, students develop an in-depth knowledge of meteorology, navigational aids, aircraft systems and crew resource management. In essence, they learn everything they need to function as a pilot."
(Provided By: California Baptist University)