Bachelor of Science in Aviation Studies
LeTourneau University's Bachelor of Science in Aviation Studies degree program takes your career to new heights as it prepares you for extensive leadership in aviation programs around the world. Our program expands on your educational foundations and aviation experience – not to mention, it provides the ultimate in flexibility and puts your degree well within reach.
Turn Military Experience into an Aviation Degree
The BS in Aviation Studies allows active-duty military and veteran students to turn experience into an educational achievement and obtain the management-focused aviation degree that will set them apart from other leaders in the aviation industry.
As a military student with aviation-related college credit looking to complete your bachelor's degree, you'll find a seamless transition to further expand your career horizons.
- Degree-completion program to serve military and other students who already have significant aeronautical science hours
- We accept advanced standing prior-learning credit, allowing you to transfer in aviation-related course credit to jumpstart your degree completion
- To enroll in this major, students will have to transfer in 15 hours of accredited aeronautical science elective hours
Convenient Online or On-Campus Degree
The Aviation Studies degree program is offered on the Longview campus as well as 100% online, which allows students to easily integrate their courses into their busy lifestyle and career goals. We make sure your degree is both attainable and affordable, and we provide academic and personal support to help you succeed.
Top Ranked Aviation Program
The LETU program is nationally recognized for quality and safety. In 2009, the National Intercollegiate Flying Association (NIFA) awarded LETU the coveted Loening Trophy for the outstanding aviation program in the nation. In 2010 our NIFA team won the American Airlines Safety Award at the national competition. Although there is no national competition for aviation maintenance, our students placed 2nd and 3rd in the state competition.