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Flight Training


Upon successfully completing the Professional Pilot Concentration of the Bachelor of Science in Aviation Science (B.S.A.S.) degree, you will be well prepared and qualified to work as a flight crew member having earned your: Private Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot License, Multi-Engine Rating and/or CFI- Certified Flight Instructor License.

Flight Training Flexibility

Flight training flexibility is an important, and unique, aspect of the B.S.A.S. Professional Pilot program. While most academic flight programs require you to complete your training with a single flight provider, Baylor recognizes the sizable amount of time, energy, and resources that you will invest into your flight training. As a result, we offer you the opportunity to choose your flight training provider.

Additionally, this flexibility allows the student to complete a license or rating outside of Waco. This is important for potential AVS majors who may start the program with prior flight experience or for the student who wishes to return home during the summer but would like to continue completing a license or rating.

Local Flight Training Providers

Locally there are two flight training entities that can provide the applicable flight training require for the B.S.A.S. degree. It is important that you find the provider that works best for you. The two local flight training providers include:


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Texas State Technical College is located 7.5 miles (10 minutes) north of the Baylor campus on Interstate 35 on the TSTC-Waco Airport (KCNW). Additional information about costs & procedures for handling flight fees can be found at the TSTC APT website.


Aurora Aviation is located 15.2 miles (19 minutes) west of the Baylor campus on Highway 84 on the McGregor Executive Airport (KPWG). Additional information about costs & procedures for handling flight fees can be found at the Aurora Aviation website.

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Baylor > Aviation Science > Prospective Students > Flight Training
Flight Training


Upon successfully completing the Professional Pilot Concentration of the Bachelor of Science in Aviation Science (B.S.A.S.) degree, you will be well prepared and qualified to work as a flight crew member having earned your: Private Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot License, Multi-Engine Rating and/or CFI- Certified Flight Instructor License.

Flight Training Flexibility

Flight training flexibility is an important, and unique, aspect of the B.S.A.S. Professional Pilot program. While most academic flight programs require you to complete your training with a single flight provider, Baylor recognizes the sizable amount of time, energy, and resources that you will invest into your flight training. As a result, we offer you the opportunity to choose your flight training provider.

Additionally, this flexibility allows the student to complete a license or rating outside of Waco. This is important for potential AVS majors who may start the program with prior flight experience or for the student who wishes to return home during the summer but would like to continue completing a license or rating.

Local Flight Training Providers

Locally there are two flight training entities that can provide the applicable flight training require for the B.S.A.S. degree. It is important that you find the provider that works best for you. The two local flight training providers include:


TSTC Logo

Texas State Technical College is located 7.5 miles (10 minutes) north of the Baylor campus on Interstate 35 on the TSTC-Waco Airport (KCNW). Additional information about costs & procedures for handling flight fees can be found at the TSTC APT website.


Aurora Aviation is located 15.2 miles (19 minutes) west of the Baylor campus on Highway 84 on the McGregor Executive Airport (KPWG). Additional information about costs & procedures for handling flight fees can be found at the Aurora Aviation website.