Bachelor of Science Degrees in Pilot Training

Compare 6 BSc Program in Pilot Training

A BSc—short for Bachelor of Science—is an undergraduate degree focusing on a discipline outside the liberal arts. The degree is conferred upon students who complete a prescribed curriculum of both general and specialized classes.

What is a BSc in Pilot Training? A BSc in Pilot Training is a program designed for students who aspire to become pilots. Such programs focus on flight safety, the science behind aircraft and aviation regulations. These concepts might be taught in courses such as Theory of Flight, Aerospace Engineering, Principles of Piloting and Intro to Air Traffic Control. These classes are typically combined with intensive simulated flight laboratories where students get hands-on practice flying aircraft.

A BSc in Pilot Training provides a number of obvious benefits. Students will likely develop an increased awareness of safety as well as valuable knowledge of science and aerodynamics. Problem-solving skills learned may be applied to life on the ground.

How much does a BSc in Pilot Training cost to earn? Costs for this program may be higher than others due to the expense of simulation labs. Other factors such as location, tuition and financial aid may also determine how much it will cost. For an estimate, you should contact the school directly.

Of course, many if not most graduates who earn a BSc in Pilot Training will pursue work as pilots. There are many different opportunities even within this profession, though—you may work either as a commercial pilot or freight pilot, for example. Other job opportunities that may be available to graduates include aerospace engineer, air traffic controller, flight crew manager and aircraft maintenance director. There are many positions where you can apply your piloting skills and knowledge.

If you want to see your career take flight, you must first find the right program for your BSc in Pilot Training. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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B.Sc in Pilot Studies

Flight Training Europe (FTEJerez)
Campus Full time September 2018 Spain Jerez de la Frontera

FTEJerez has chosen the Institute of Technology Carlow, Ireland, as its third level educational partner to deliver [+]

FTEJerez has chosen the Institute of Technology Carlow, Ireland, as its third level educational partner to deliver a B.Sc in Pilots Studies.

IT Carlow has been proactive in the development of aerospace-related programmes over the last two decades, such as the EASA approved Bachelor of Engineering in Aircraft Systems, attracting students from over 27 countries. In addition, IT Carlow has been chosen as ‘The Sunday Times Institute of Technology of the year 2014’ amongst other accolades.

The degree is the result of close work with the airline industry, developing a new degree that meets the industry’s needs and expectations. Both institutions are pleased to present a programme which, after successful completion of 2 intensive semesters at IT Carlow and FTEJerez’s ATPL course, the Airline First Officer Programme, will not only add a formal recognition to an EASA ATPL but, unlike other degree programmes, will also deliver real academic value and further quality training that is truly appreciated by the industry’s main employers.... [-]


Bachelor of Science in Pilot Studies (Hons)

Institute of Technology Carlow
Campus Full time 3 years September 2018 Ireland Carlow

This accelerated course is condensed into three full calendar years with approximately 50% delivered by our Flight Training Collaborative Partner Organisation. [+]

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) IN PILOT STUDIES

This accelerated course is condensed into three full calendar years with approximately 50% delivered by our Flight Training Collaborative Partner Organisation.

Consequently, this course is not eligible for funding under the Free Fees Initiative or any other State student support. Total course fee approximately €90,000. Please contact School of Engineering for further details on fees schedule.

What is Pilot Studies about?

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (I.C.A.O.) has forecast a significant increase in the demand for commercial aviation pilots. This course provides the knowledge and practical training required for a complete Air Transport Pilot’s License (A.T.P.L.). It also provides the related technical and management modules leading to an honours degree in Pilot Studies.... [-]


Bachelor of Engineering Science in Aviation Transport (pilot)

Transport and Telecommunication Institute
Campus Full time 4 years September 2018 Latvia Riga

T.S.I. allows you to realize your dream and get one of the most exciting professions in the world - the pilot of commercial aircrafts. However putting the romance aside, pilot is also one of the most highly paid and marketable occupations. [+]

Have you ever dreamed to be at the controls of an airplane? Sure you have...

T.S.I. allows you to realize your dream and get one of the most exciting professions in the world - the pilot of commercial aircrafts. However putting the romance aside, pilot is also one of the most highly paid and marketable occupations.

There are not many educational institutions providing training for the commercial aviation, and Riga Transport and Telecommunication Institute (T.S.I.) is one of the few. Just 4 years after enrolling in the program "Air Transport Flight Operations" you will receive the bachelor’s degree in engineering sciences and the commercial pilot license that allows you to be a co-pilot in the future and after 1,500 hours of flight practice become a captain of an aircraft.... [-]


B.S. in Aeronautical Science - Rotary-Wing Program

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2018 USA Prescott

About two-thirds of airline pilots will retire in the coming years, and other areas of the aviation industry — such as helicopter and airline dispatch — are undersupplied with qualified applicants. [+]

About two-thirds of airline pilots will retire in the coming years, and other areas of the aviation industry — such as helicopter and airline dispatch — are undersupplied with qualified applicants. Through an agreement with Universal Helicopters Inc. (U.H.I.), students in the Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Science (Rotary Wing) program receive flight training at the U.H.I. Center of Excellence facility at Prescott’s Love Field Airport. Students will study aviation safety, environmental operations, crew resource management, flight management systems, flight planning, and advanced helicopter operations. Specific topics will include low-level flight planning, mountain flight, night-vision device operation, operations in adverse weather, and the management of operations, training, personnel, and maintenance. Students will receive flight ratings to include, Private, Instrument, commercial, etc. The B.S. in Aeronautical Science (Rotary Wing) combines flight training with academic preparation in the technical and managerial aspects of aviation — the skills and knowledge demanded by today's aviation industry. The program emphasizes the following skill sets in the education of its pilots:... [-]


B.S. in Aeronautical Science - Fixed-Wing Program

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2018 USA Prescott

The Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Science (Fixed Wing) combines flight training with academic preparation in the technical and managerial aspects of aviation — the skills and knowledge demanded by today's aviation industry. [+]

The Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Science (Fixed Wing) combines flight training with academic preparation in the technical and managerial aspects of aviation — the skills and knowledge demanded by today's aviation industry. About two-thirds of airline pilots will retire in the coming years, and other areas of the aviation industry are also undersupplied with qualified applicants. In today's airlines, one in four pilots is an Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University graduate.

The advantage is clear: Entering the aviation job market with a degree from Embry-Riddle Prescott will ensure you are considered for the top jobs in the industry.

The program emphasizes the following skill sets in the education of its pilots:... [-]


Bachelor in Professional Pilot (BSc)

University of Central Missouri
Campus Full time 4 years September 2018 USA Warrensburg

The Department of Aviation offers a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in professional pilot. The mission of the BSc. in Professional Pilot program is to provide our graduates with the skills, knowledge, and attitudes required for a successful flying career in the aviation industry. [+]

Bachelor in Professional Pilot (BSc)

The Department of Aviation offers a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in professional pilot. The mission of the Professional Pilot Program is to provide our graduates with the skills, knowledge, and attitudes required for a successful flying career in the aviation industry. Our graduates possess flying skills and aeronautical knowledge that far exceeds the requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration (F.A.A.). This program has been accredited by the Aviation Accreditation Board International (A.A.B.I.) and is an F.A.A. Certified Part 141 Flight School.

Facilities and Equipment

The Department of Aviation has some of the finest facilities available to prepare students for positions in aviation both on campus and at U.C.M.'s Max B. Swisher Skyhaven Airport. The university owns 18 flight-ready aircraft including: a fleet of Cessna 172 Skyhawks, multi-engine aircraft, and gliders are available for flight training. In addition, the university has a hot-air balloon, which may be used to earn a rating. The department's flight simulation equipment includes several advanced aviation flight training devices: including a 737NG AAFD in the TR Gaines Technology Building. This device exposes students to realistic air carrier training scenarios and environment.... [-]