University of North Dakota

John D Odegard School-Aerospace, Campus Road, Grand Forks, ND, USA

Has the largest collegiate training fleet in the world which consists of over 110 aircraft and simulators

Courses

Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Flight Instructor course

International Students

Yes

Accreditations

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Entry Requirements

At least 16 years old, High School Graduate, Pass Medical Examination

John D. Oregard School of Aerospace Sciences of University of North Dakota offers a variety of aviation specialities.

It is located in Grand Forks, North Dakota, USA.

Courses Offered:
  • Air Traffic Management (B.S.)
  • Airport Management (B.B.A.)
  • Aviation Management (B.B.A)
  • Commercial Aviation (B.S.)
  • Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operations (B.S.)
  • Aviation (M.S.)
  • Aerospace Sciences (Ph.D.)
  • Aviation Management
  • Professional Flight
  • Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Why join University of North Dakota?

John D. Oregard School of Aerospace Sciences of the University of North Dakota has the largest collegiate training fleet in the world which consists of over 110 aircraft and simulators.

Completion of their pilot training degree programs gives you the following certifications, namely: Private Pilot, Commercial Pilot, and Flight Instructor. You will also be eligible to the Restricted - Airline Transport Certificate wherein you can serve as an airline pilot with lower total flight time i.e. 1000 hours instead of the normal 1500 hours required.

UND's Aviation Department has the highest level of aviation safety. Take your flight training in a highly-structured training environment with in-house examiners.

Moreover, the Department is equipped with Virtual Reality (VR) Lab consists of devices with customized software that closely simulates the Piper Archer.

The flight school offers residential accommodations. They also offer scholarships for your flight training subject to certain standards.

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