Four Year Degree Plan & Costs
Completed applications received by November 1 will be reviewed for the first round of admission notifications. One advantage of the first-round acceptance to the University is securing your space in the incoming class through early deposit, which then places you among the first to submit your housing application. Any admission applications received after February 1 will be considered only on a space-available basis. Click here to view Baylor's Admission Policies.
A completed file includes:
- Completed application
- Official SAT and/or ACT scores (with the essay portion completed)
- Official high school transcript (including grades through the end of the junior year and class rank)
- You may wish to enhance your file by submitting additional information:
- Recommendation letters
- Short answer questions.
The normal Baylor application process is all that is required to be considered for acceptance into the Aviation Science program. Because flight training is an integral part of the degree, flight training cost and FAA medical requirements should both be considered.
Once accepted at Baylor, students will then need to complete an online application to Texas State Technical College (TSTC). TSTC provides the FAA Part 141 ground school and is also the program's primary flight training provider. More information can be found at the TSTC website.
Tuition and Fees
Current information on Baylor's tuition and fees can be found here. In addition to Baylor tuition and fees, you will also need to plan for the costs of flight training. A four year plan outlining all required courses and approximate costs can be found here.
Scholarships & Financial Aid
See our Scholarships & Financial Aid page for information about opportunities to help pay for your education.
Flight Training Costs
It is important to note that a student who wishes to incorporate their flight training fees in their financial aid processing may only do so if they complete their flight training at TSTC. Choosing other flight training providers requires the student to pay the chosen provider directly. You should inquire with each provider regarding alternative loans or financial programs specifically designed for flight training.