Phoenix-Mesa Undergraduate & Accelerated Programs
The John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences, UND Aerospace Foundation, and Chandler-Gilbert Community College (CGCC) have a long-term partnership that offers a two-year degree program at CGCC with the option to continue flight training and receive a four-year aviation degree at the University of North Dakota.
This program combines CGCC's unmatched expertise in providing a dynamic learning community, and UND's international reputation of excellence in aerospace education, to provide the most unique academic environment possible and a 2-year aviation degree.
The UND Aerospace Foundation (UNDAF) also offers an accelerated path to becoming a commercial airline pilot. This 12-month non-credit program is ideal for professionals looking to make a career change without the need of an aviation-specific college degree.
Both options offer the same FAA Part 141 flight training, yet each at a different pace. Our 141 program pairs the quality of training of UND Aerospace with the added benefit of an in-house examining authority.
Aviation opportunities are limitless. The aviation industry is at an all-time high. Opportunities for graduates, as well as internship and co-ops, are readily available.