Eastern Michigan University - Aviation
Our Bachelor of Science in Aviation Flight Technology prepares graduates for a career as a professional pilot. The curriculum includes specialized courses in aircraft systems, automation, human factors, weather, industry regulations, and crew resource management.
Through this program, you will earn your private pilot, commercial pilot, and certified flight instructor certificates. You will also earn your instrument, complex, high-performance, and multi-engine ratings.
EMU, with it’s flight school partner Eagle Flight Centre, is authorized by the Federal Aviation Administration to certify graduates as eligible to apply for the restricted Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate. This lets our graduates apply for an ATP with only 1,000 hours of flight time, as opposed to the standard requirement of 1,500 hours.