Aviation Universities

  • Auburn University Auburn University has been actively involved in aviation education since 1941, and has consistently been a leader in aviation education and research.  Auburn’s aviation programs are accredited by the Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI), the agency responsible for academic accreditation of aviation and aerospace educational programs.
  • AvScholars.com A free scholarship and career search service for high school, college, and graduate students. AVSCHOLARS.COM allows students to search for available scholarships, grants, loans, career fields, colleges, flight schools, and internships at one location.
  • Daniel Webster College Daniel Webster College offers one of this country’s best-known, and most respected aviation programs. Graduates consistently find rewarding employment in commercial, corporate, and military aviation; an airline or airport manager; or air traffic controller.
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Flight Schools and Flight Training Directory Online A detailed description of flight schools, helicopter training, aircraft mechanic schools, and more.
  • Florida Institute of Technology The School of Aeronautics is one of five schools and colleges at Florida Tech. It is composed of two divisions – the Division of Aviation Studies, and the Division of Flight Training, which conducts the operations courses, including ground and flight training.
  • Future Woman Pilot Program Sponsored by the Ninety-Nines
  • Grants / Scholarships from the Ninety-Nines
  • Henderson State University Arkansas’s only university program that offers a four-year bachelor of science degree specifically in aviation.
  • Institute of Air & Space Law of McGill University The purpose of this site is to offer assistance to students, researchers, government authorities and the aerospace industry in the field of the legal regulation of international civil aviation and of the space applications.
  • Louisiana Tech Professional Aviation Program Over its forty-year history, Louisiana Tech University’s Department of Professional Aviation has established itself as a high-quality Bachelor of Science degree program with a national reputation for outstanding graduates.
  • Minnesota State Mankato’s Aviation Program The aviation program mission is to prepare students for responsible positions in the air transportation industry, including airline operations and management, corporate aviation, airport management, and government operations.
  • Mt San Antonio College Mt San Antonio College located in southern California has 5 aviation degree programs including Commercial Flight, Air Traffic Control, Flight Attendant, A & P, and  World Travel.
  • NASA/Ames Educational Resources Links to NASA educational programs
  • Northwestern Michigan College The Flight Technology Program at Northwestern Michigan College has earned a reputation for excellence in aviation training and our graduates are flying all over the world-as commercial pilots, corporate pilots, freight pilots, and more!
  • Ohio State University The Aviation Programs at Ohio State have been graduating professionals since 1943. We offer a number of degree programs designed to match your interests and abilities and prepare you for an Aviation Career.
  • Oklahoma State University The Oklahoma State University Aviation and Space program offers degree plans at the Bachelor, Masters and Doctorate Levels.
  • Parks College of St. Louis University Cahokia, Illinois
  • San Jose State University The Department of Aviation and Technology is the oldest and largest provider of Industrial Technology and Aviation degrees on the West Coast.  Our Technology programs are as old as SJSU itself, now in its 150th year of providing higher education to the people of this state and the world.  Our programs include a BS (bachelor of science) degree in Industrial Technology with two concentrations, a BS degree in Aviation with four options, and a Master of Science degree in Quality Assurance.
  • St. Cloud University Two undergraduate programs are offered by the Department of Aviation: a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Aviation, which prepares students for professional careers in the aviation industry in Professional Flight, Management, or Operations; and a Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree in Aviation Maintenance Management,
  • Texas Women’s University The WASP collection and archival holdings for the Whirly-Girls, Dallas chapter of the 99s, Mercury 13, and WMA.
  • The LeRoy W. Homer, Jr. Foundation The LeRoy W. Homer, Jr. Foundation was established to provide financial support and encouragement to young people, with an interest in aviation, to pursue professional flight instruction leading to certification as a private pilot.
  • The Women of NASA The Women of NASA resource was developed to encourage more young women to pursue careers in math, science, and technology.
  • University Aviation Association The University Aviation Association (UAA) is the voice of collegiate aviation education to its members, the industry, government and the general public.
  • University of Minnesota, Crookston UMC aviation is for students with a mission-specific interest(s) in natural resources, law enforcement, aerial application, and business. If you are looking for a friendly atmosphere of a smaller campus and top-of-the-line technology, and you want to take advantage of our generous scholarship and no out-of-state tuition programs the University of Minnesota, Crookston is for you!
  • Women in Aviation: The Course St. Cloud State University (Minnesota): The first course in collegiate aviation in the United States which deals with women’s issues in Aviation studies