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Hesston College Bachelor of Science in Aviation - Professional Pilot
Hesston College

Bachelor of Science in Aviation - Professional Pilot

Hesston, USA

4 Years


Full time

Request application deadline *

20 Aug 2024

USD 31,368 / per year


* Hesston College does not have an application deadline, but you are advised to apply as early as possible, especially if you are seeking financial aid


Graduates of this degree program are eligible to apply for a Restricted Airline Transport Pilot (R-ATP) certificate at 1,000 flight hours, pursuant to the provisions of 14 CFR Part 61.160.

Aviation as Mission

Each year the Hesston College Aviation Program plans an event to bring alumni and students together to better understand God’s call on our lives and how that call translates to our careers in aviation. Several of our graduates return to our hangar at the Newton City-County Airport to share about their professional and spiritual journeys and how they live their faith through their work. In recent years speakers have included Roger Yoder, a captain with American Airlines; Kurt Neuenschwander, chief pilot for AirServ International; and John Reimer, a demonstration pilot for Cessna.



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