(*Note: Students enrolled in flight courses will be assessed an additional flight lab fee (Flight Lab Costs).)
The Aviation Science Program is the only four-year collegiate aviation education program in the State of North Carolina. The mission of the Aviation Science Program is to provide quality aviation education to a diverse student body by offering specializations in areas relevant to the highly competitive aerospace/aviation industry. Students who select Aviation Science as a major will complete the technical, managerial, and aviation courses that are necessary to fulfill the critical aviation personnel needs of local and state governments, the national government, business, and the aviation and aerospace industries. Graduates of the program will receive the Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Science with a concentration in Aviation Management, Avionics, Flight Education, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, or Professional Aeronautics. Majors must earn a grade of “C” or better in each required Aviation Science course.