The mission of the Department of Aviation Technology is to prepare our students for a lifetime career in the dynamic and challenging world of aviation. Indiana State University's Department of Aviation Technology is internationally recognized for the excellence of its facilities, faculty, and graduates. We offer a Bachelor of Science in Professional Aviation Flight Technology or Aviation Management and a Master of Science in Aviation Management. A minor in Unmanned Systems or Aviation Technology is also available to combine with any major.
Pay flight fees online during selected time periods [Link to site]
All students must have a valid United States passport.
A flight physical is required before a student can fly. For information and locations of FAA designated physicians in your area, please refer to WWW.FAA.Gov. While a Class 2 physical is required, a Class 1 is highly recommended.
ISU pilots compete in coast-to-coast race
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The Air Race Classic is an annual transcontinen-tal air race for female pilots.
Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann gets her wings visiting Indiana State's
Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann received a lesson on how to operate a small drone while visiting Indiana State University’s Flight Academy on Thursday.
Students soaring in new ISU Flight Academy
Indiana State this fall opened the ISU Flight Academy at Terre Haute International Airport. The academy features a newly renovated facility and a fleet of aircraft that the university purchased as part of the new flight school.