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Aviation and Space Degrees
The B.S. in Aerospace Administration and Operations degree program offers four options: professional pilot, aviation management, technical services management and aerospace security.
The aerospace administration and operations, professional pilot option is a fall entry only program with limited spaces available to ensure the program quality and safety. Incoming first-year students are required to submit a supplemental application to be admitted into the professional pilot study option. Up to 75 total students qualify each fall semester for entry into the professional pilot study option and the associated flight training queue. Students must complete both the OSU Application for Undergraduate Admissions and the supplemental application for the professional pilot option, which is automatically sent to all students who select the aerospace administration and operations major, by November 1 to be considered for the program. Entry decisions are announced by January 1.
Professional Pilot Online Application for Current Students
Thank you for your interest in OSU’s Aerospace Administration and Operations: Professional Pilot degree program. Industry demand has created unprecedented enrollment in our professional pilot degree option. To meet these demands without sacrificing our quality education or compromising student safety, current OSU students seeking to enter our program are required to submit an application for consideration and selection. Available positions in the professional pilot study option and associated flight training queue are limited and are fall-entry-only.
A completed supplemental application will include complete online submission of this Professional Pilot Secondary Application, as well as:
All updated academic transcripts (high school and college, if applicable)
Updated ACT/SAT scores (if fewer than 24 college credit hours earned)
Any updated high school transcripts, non-OSU college transcripts, and/or updated ACT/SAT scores should be submitted to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org. All documents and completed responses to this online Professional Pilot Secondary Application must be submitted no later than November 1, 2019. A decision will be made and applicants notified before January 1, 2020.
If you have further questions, please contact Education, Health and Aviation Student Services at 405-744-6350.
Master of Science, Aviation and SpaceThe Master of Science (M.S.) in Aviation and Space emphasizes management, leadership, legal and regulatory issues, finance, current issues and content regarding the space industry and related government programs and missions. Students participating in this program come from a variety of backgrounds including aviation, military and government. The scope of this degree program is designed to prepare professional leaders for positions in the aerospace industry.