As an aviation flight student at the Russ College, you may begin flight training during your first year of study to work toward earning pilot certification via the department's FAA-approved Part 141 flight program.
Aviation at OHIO
For more than 70 years, Ohio University has trained pilots and aviation professionals who keep our air traffic moving safely and efficiently. Our graduates create for good by keeping passengers, crew, and cargo fast of the ground or at 30,000 feet - it's our top priority.
Want to keep airport operations running smoothly, or have a hand in regulatory issues? Our aviation management program is a partnership with the College of Business where you'll develop a thorough background in aviation.
With our two-year degree in aviation technology, you'll learn to become a professional pilot through FAA Path 141 flight program, earning the private pilot certificate, instrument rating, and commercial pilot certificate.
February 25, 2021The Department of Aviation in Ohio University’s Russ College of Engineering and Technology has a new plane to help students progress through their coursework.Read More
Russ College students honored for leadership, accomplishments at Tau Beta Pi virtual award ceremonyApril 21, 2020Ohio University’s student chapter of engineering honorary society Tau Beta Pi hosted the Russ College of Engineering and Technology’s first-ever virtual event via YouTube on Saturday evening to commend students on their academics, leadership and other achievements.Read More
Ohio University aviation program receives aircraft as top flight schoolJanuary 22, 2019Textron Aviation, manufacturer of Cessna, Beechcraft, and other leading training aircraft, has named Ohio University as one of just four 2019 Top Hawk schools, awarding the Department of Aviation a Cessna Skyhawk ...Read More