List of Aviation Technology Schools in the U.S.

Aviation technology is a broad field and covers aspects of flight training, aircraft maintenance and aircraft security. Students should consider which aspect of the aviation field they are most interested in before they select an aviation technology school. Prospective students may also consider factors such as location and hands-on experiences when selecting an aviation school.

How to Choose an Aviation Technology School

Aviation schools offer a variety of courses centered around the aviation industry, and concentrations can range from flight training to craft maintenance. Students seeking to participate in one of these programs can choose several specialized aviation schools or 4-year schools with aviation programs.

Students interested in aviation schools may want to consider the following:

  • Students may want to take into account what they would like to focus on within an aviation program; some programs and schools place emphasis on flight training, while others may focus more on theory or maintenance.
  • Students interested in attending an aviation school may want to check to see if a school or program is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to ensure that the curriculum is up to federal standards.
  • Some programs may include an apprenticeship, which is typically a requirement of certification.

10 Schools for Aviation:

College/University Institution Type
Arizona State University-Polytechnic 4-year, Public
CUNY York College 4-year, Public
Delaware State University 4-year, Public
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide 4-year, Private, not-for-profit
Hampton University 4-year, Private, not-for-profit
Rocky Mountain College 4-year, Private, not-for-profit
Moody Bible Institute 4-year, Private, not-for-profit
Texas Southern University 4-year, Public
Westminster College 4-year, Private, not-for-profit
Middle Georgia State College 4-year, Public

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