List of Programs
Students looking for a challenge and want to work in a versatile part of the aviation industry might want to consider training to become a rotary aircraft or helicopter pilot. The Rotary/Helicopter degree is designed to be completed in four years. After graduating, threre are numerous job opportunities for helicopter pilots.
Check out our suggested four year degree plan for rotorcraft to get a picture of what classes you will take during your college career.
This degree is perfect for those looking to work in the aviation industry behind the controls of a fixed-wing aircraft or airframe. The degree is designed to be completed in four years.
Each emphasis involves different required courses. Check out our suggested four year degree plan for fixed wing to get a picture of what classes you will take during your college career.
For students interested in entering the aviation industry on the ground, maintenance professionals are a vital part to the field. This degree will prepare students for entry-level positions with Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) licenses. Coursework includes maintenance and communications/business classes to provide students an advanced and well-rounded start in the industry. Check out the sample four year degree plan to get a better idea of what classes you will take during your college career.
*An Aircraft Maintence Technician - Airframe & Powerplant (A.A.S.) degree is also offered through this program.
The Master of Aviation Science (MAS) degree is ideal for those who want to further their aviation education and/or career. This degree is designed to help current aviation professionals gain further knowledge (and earnings) through a 100% online program. Most students can expect to take two or three classes a semester from wherever they are in the world. Utah State University was recently listed by the U.S. News & World Report as having the #3 online graduate program in the nation. This degree is a great option for those who want to further their careers and explore new opportunities.
The Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) minor gives students of all majors hands-on experience with drones. Students can expect to become licensed pilots, build their own drones, and get experience in a variety of different settings. This minor is a complement to interests ranging from aerial videography to data collection. In only 12 credits (3 core classes and 1 elective), students can get an extra jumpstart to their career and a competitive advantage on their resume. Enroll today!