Begin flight training during your first year of study to work toward earning pilot certification through the department's FAA-approved Part 141 flight program.
Aviation at OHIO
For over 70 years, Ohio University has trained pilots and aviation professionals to keep our air traffic moving safely and efficiently. We prepare our graduates to work in the 91, 121 and 135 sectors of aviation. Our alumni work in every aspect of professional aviation, including NetJets, major and regional airlines, corporate flight departments and the United States military. In addition to active alumni, we have fantastic student organizations specifically for aviation students to grow and network.
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 logistical background in aviation.
With our two-year degree in aviation technology, you'll learn to become a professional pilot through the FAA Path 141 flight program, earning the private pilot certificate, instrument rating and commercial pilot certificate.
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