Ohio University

Aviation Flight Technology (A.A.S.)

Pilot flying airplane

With our two-year degree in aviation technology, you’ll learn to become a professional pilot through the FAA Part 141 flight program, earning the private pilot certificate, instrument rating, and commercial pilot certificate. Once you complete the two-year program, you can combine your flight and academic experiences with a bachelor's degree in another academic area, such as business or communication.

Beginning with fundamental science and mathematics courses, our undergraduate aviation programs incorporate flight training and industry-focused courses to create an enriching learning experience. Take a closer look at our aviation flight technology degree requirements or all of the course descriptions [PDF].