Why Study Aviation Science at Baylor?

The Baylor Institute for Air Science
We are located in Waco, Texas at Baylor University, a private Christian university and a nationally ranked research institution. Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas, Baylor is the oldest continually operating university in the state. Click to learn more about the Institute for Air Science and Baylor University.

Professional training in a college environment
While there may be a lot of options when it comes to selecting a college that you will attend for the next four years, there is only one true choice when you are searching for a professional aviation program coupled with a stellar education from a world-class, faith-based university. In choosing Baylor University, you will get a fulfilling college experience with abundant opportunities to enjoy student life on a tradition-rich campus that encourages you to grow personally as well as professionally. You will be among a community of dedicated faculty who care about each student as an individual. Baylor is big enough to give you access to great academic resources, but we're small enough to give you individual attention.

Extensive flight experiences and educational opportunities
Our graduates bring more than a transcript with them to their first job interview. They bring strength of character, fostered by an intellectual community of faith, inner confidence and determination that comes from real-world experiences and the quintessential skills desired in all career fields, in particular, those in aviation. Skills such as leadership, responsibility, flexibility, situational awareness, attention to detail and critical decision making skills that come from the many hours spent in the classroom and the cockpit learning to command such a powerful and awesome machine.

Careers in Aviation
In preparation for a rewarding and gratifying career in aviation, you will have the option to tailor your aviation education to match your needs and interest with exposure to a multitude of topics designed for your success; topics such as aviation management, meteorology, aviation law, aerodynamics and avionics systems. Upon completion of the program you will have earned a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Sciences degree and be qualified for a wide range of careers in the aviation industry.

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