Earn College Credit for Pilot Certificates Online Degree Programs
ATP Flight School students can be awarded credit for their pilot certificates, placing you on the fast track to a college degree in aviation. When combined with the Flex Track Airline Career Pilot Program, the following university options provide you with an accelerated degree solution by allowing you to train and complete online courses simultaneously.
Utah Valley University
Utah Valley University (UVU) offers an online Professional Pilot Bachelor’s Degree. UVU will award up to 30 hours of transfer credit for FAA Certificates earned at ATP. An additional 10 credit hours may be awarded for the ATP CTP included in the Airline Career Pilot Program. With just 120 credit hours required to graduate from UVU, ATP graduates can have a third of their total coursework completed through their pilot certificates and ATP CTP experience.
The online program degree is perfect for ATP graduates wishing to complete a college degree while working full-time as regional airline pilots or for Flex Track students interested in earning their aviation degree faster, by concurrently training and completing college courses. Students enrolled in an online degree at UVU have the same benefits as on-campus students, including federal financial aid, to assist with tuition.
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide and Online
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) will grant academic credit up to 34 credit hours towards a Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation to ATP students who earn a FAA Commercial Pilot License with Single and Multi-Engine Instrument ratings and a Certified Flight Instructor Certificate (all included in the Airline Career Pilot Program).