Aviation Science

College of Arts and Sciences

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Department of Aviation Science

Welcome to the Department of Aviation Science

As the founding chair of the Department of Aviation Science at CBU, I would like to thank you for visiting with us to learn more about our offerings in Aviation Science. In Fall 2013, we welcomed our inaugural class of 25 students choosing to major in either Aviation Flight or Aviation Management. You can now join these students and become part of a fast-growing, nationally competitive collegiate aviation program right here in Southern California. 

You may decide to pursue flight, just as the Wright Brothers did back in 1903. You may decide to pursue aviation management, and become an airport manager, a Safety and Security Manager, or an Aviation Consultant. You may choose to pursue dispatch (anticipated in Fall 2014), and play an integral role with the flight crew in maintaining safety of flight. Whether you choose to fly, manage some aspect of the aviation industry, or become an airline dispatcher, you can pursue your passion for aviation and live your purpose right here at CBU. We excel at educating you to the highest potential and giving you the tools and opportunities you need to succeed in the fast-paced and very rewarding aviation industry.

We have a growing fleet of aircraft, a Boeing 727, a 9,000 sq ft Flight Operations Center, and extensive relationships with professionals in the aviation industry. We also operate the CBU Flight School, which makes flight training available to anyone who has an interest in learning how to fly at university-level standards. Our faculty, staff, and flight instructors are committed Christians and take time to invest in you personally and professionally. You will indeed experience a unique learning environment with us.  

I encourage you to spend some time learning more about us and our programs. Please contact me with any questions. I look forward to welcoming you as an Aviation Science major at CBU!

Dr. Daniel Prather, A.A.E., CAM
Chair of Aviation Science