For Aviation Students
Aviation Management provides graduates with the technical management skills that lead to careers throughout the aerospace industry. Professional Flight Management prepares pilot professionals to work inside and outside the cockpit by combining advanced pilot ratings with a solid business background. If you choose to pursue one of these options, you must begin your coursework in your freshman year with Aviation Management 1010 to stay on track for graduation. To help us prepare for your arrival, please complete our Aviation Data Form. If you have any questions regarding the form, please email Wayne Ceynowa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For students who will take pilot courses:
Please bring your original birth certificate (with the raised seal) or your current passport to Camp War Eagle. The Transportation Security Administration requires pilot schools to keep a copy on file for every student pilot.
To begin flying in the fall, get a Class I medical/ Student Pilot Certificate before classes begin. In the Auburn area, you can call Dr. Richard Freemen at 334-821-4766. Alternately, find Aviation Medical Examiners in your area (offsite link).
Be sure you carefully proof all information on your student pilot certificate before leaving the physician’s office. Find more information about the FAA’s medical requirements.
Students interested in the Aviation Management and Professional Flight Management programs at Auburn can find additional information about public scholarships from the University Aviation Association (offsite link) and the National Coalition for Aviation Education (offsite link).
Non-resident students may also be eligible for in-state tuition via the Southern Regional Education Board’s Academic Common Market program.