The Professional Pilot Bachelor and Associate Degree programs require pilot training and the completion of FAA certificates and ratings. Students can learn to fly with Eugene Flight Center, while completing their online degree at UVU. In addition to the pilot training courses, students will deepen their knowledge of the pilot profession through an impressive range of course subject matter.
Students seeking aviation careers at a managerial level are best suited for Utah Valley's Aviation Administration degree emphasis.
Graduates will have a combination of aviation industry knowledge and general business management skills. This degree leads to a wide variety in employment areas within aviation and is a useful bridge into a graduate degree program.
Why Eugene Flight School and UVU?
Learning Management System
The UVU Aviation online courses are designed with students in mind, and have two main focuses. The first is to provide challenging assignments based on real world, authentic situations. The allows students to gain experience and skills that will be valuable in their future career. Second, each course is structured to allow flexibility within regular deadlines to help keep students on track. Your learning and success are our main goals.
From application to graduation, online students can count on professional advisement and course support. UVU Aviation has its own dedicated Advisement Center to meet the unique needs of online students. In addition, our Aviation Financial Aid office can guide students through the complicated financial aid application process.
About Utah Valley
Utah Valley University's School of Aviation Science is educating nearly 2,000 students worldwide through innovative online education. Along with the faculty, full-time and part-time staff work together to develop and deliver outstanding education opportunities that are built with the student in mind.
In May 2011, UVU's Aviation Science was selected as a semifinalist by the Adobe Design Achievement Awards in the category of Innovation in Interactive Media in Education.
UVU is an open-admission university, meaning no student is denied admission. The University does, however, have enrollment standards. In order to help students enroll in courses that match their academic preparation and ability, admission to the University requires that every student submit ACT/SAT scores; an official high school transcript; and a $35 application fee.
To get started, apply for admission at the UVU Admissions page. After you're admitted, the steps are different depending on if you are local student attending on-campus classes or an online student. Click here to see these steps for an online student.
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