Indiana State University's Department of Aerospace Technology is internationally recognized for the excellence of its facilities, faculty, and graduates. We offer three degree programs in aviation, a Bachelor of Science in Professional Aviation Flight Technology, a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Administration, and an Associate Degree in General Aviation Flight Technology.
The Professional Aviation Flight Technology curriculum is designed to prepare students for flight in the aerospace industry. Students may elect flight training at one of two FAA approved flight schools under contract to Indiana State University. Students who complete the major in Professional Aviation Flight Technology will graduate with a Bachelor of Science Degree and an FAA Flight Instructor Certification with an Instrument Rating and a Multi-Engine Land Class Rating.
Lower cost flight training when compared to other Midwestern Universities. We believe that the ISU Program is the best aviation training values in the nation and challenge the prospect to shop around.
Opportunities to take advanced flight courses taught by airline pilots.
Simulators are available to students at no additional cost.
Students have the benefit of the FAA flight service stations, approach controls, and control tower.
In our multi-million dollar facilities of the School of Technology in the AST Department you will find top-of-the-line equipment, including fully-simulated laboratories for flight practice, computer lab for AST students, well-equipped classrooms and hi-tech technology building.
The Department of Aerospace Technology operates a flight simulation laboratory operating three flight trainers. The three trainers include an Elite CBTD, a Frasca 142 single/multi engine trainer, and a Mechtronics™ Beechcraft King Air 200/B200 flight trainer.
The Department of Aerospace Technology is located in the John T. Myers School of Technology building of Indiana State University, which includes the latest innovations in construction and technology.