Flight - Aviation Technology Center
ATC Flight Program
If you have ever dreamed of flying and making a career in Aviation, check out the Aviation Flight Program with Vincennes University in Indianapolis!
The program prepares you for an exciting career in commercial aviation through a balance of flight and academic classes. Aviation Flight majors begin their flight training during the first week of class on their way to 45 hours of flight time in their first semester. Over the course of the 2 year program you will fly 250 hours of flight time and earn your Associates Degree.
Flight training is conducted at Eagle Creek Airport in Indianapolis with Vincennes University Aircraft and Flight Instructors.
Students can earn the following qualifications in our Flight Program:
- Private Pilot Certificate
- Instrument Rating
- Commercial Pilot Certificate
- Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)
This program offers the ground school and flight instruction for the Federal Aviation Administration’s Commercial Pilot flight test with Instrument rating. Students may elect to obtain the Flight Instructor certificate. All applicants should have a FAA Class II medical prior to starting classes. Vincennes University training aircraft have weight and balance limitations.
You can also transfer your courses to Purdue University and earn your bachelor's degree at the ATC.
Learn more about course descriptions for a VU degree in Aviation Flight Technology.
Be sure to ask about Financial Aid and if you’re eligible and how your GI Bill Benefits can help pay for your Degree!
Chief Flight Instructor