The AABI International accredited Aviation Sciences Institute [ASI] provides its students with the highest quality education in aviation and flight training possible. The ASI fundamentally believes that the best trained students are the safest and most successful aviation professionals. The ASI will strive to excel as a world leader in Aviation Education. To that end, the Aviation Sciences Institute will provide the students with the most current information, technology, and personalized training available in the aviation profession.
The Aviation Management program is designed to prepare students to serve as professionals in the aerospace industry. We offer degree options in Business, Maintenance Management, Safety, Security, and Production & Operations.Learn More
The AABI Accredited Professional Pilot program is designed to provide comprehensive flight training augmented with intense academic and ground training designed to produce confident, safe, professional pilots. Simulation is incorporated to provide students with hands on experience with advanced technology and environments.Learn More | AABI Student Achievement Data | Aviation Application Process
The Aviation Minor provides the student with an opportunity to explore aviation courses and gain additional knowledge in the aviation fields of history, safety, and other topics.Learn More
The Master of Science in Aerospace Administration & Logistics is a unique program that provides a broad-based professional degree for those aspiring to positions of responsibility within the aerospace industry. The degree is designed to stress realistic solutions to managerial, scientific, logistic, and administrative challenges in today’s aerospace industry.Learn More
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Jagger Qualls is studying in the professional pilot program and a recipient of the 2022 Bright Stars Scholarship through the John and Deborah Gillis Foundation. (Credit: Chad’s Media)