Aviation Science

We are a world-class, state-of-the-art aviation program graduating aviation professionals who think critically, communicate effectively and lead ethically with excellence built on a strong Christian foundation.

Apply Now

In This Section

Aviation Science

You can pursue your passion for aviation and live your purpose right here at CBU. We have a fleet of 2018/2020/2023 Piper Archers, Arrows and Seminoles with the latest G1000 flight displays. Our FRASCA top-of-the-line, 210-degree vision simulators match the Piper Archer cockpit, aerodynamics and instruments in every detail. Southern California provides an array of complex airspace combined with excellent weather resulting in outstanding flight training year-round.

About Us

CBU excels in maximizing your God given potential and preparing you for a rewarding career in aviation. The training is designed with the end in mind. Professional ties with commercial, military, and missionary aviation helped develop our program and ensure we are kept up to date with the latest trends and developments. 

CBU faculty, staff, and flight instructors are committed Christians who take time to invest in you both personally and professionally. You will experience a unique learning environment with us. We care about each and every student and consider it a sacred trust to prepare you for your future in aviation.

We encourage you to spend some time learning more about us and our programs. You are welcome to visit our Flight Operations Center located at the Riverside Municipal Airport just two miles from the main campus.

Why Aviation Science?

CBU Aviation Science is developed for those who have a passion for aviation. Do you dream of becoming a pilot? an airport manager? an FBO manager? an airline dispatcher? missionary pilot? an unmanned aerial system operator? Whether you have aviation experience or none at all, the majors and courses within the Department of Aviation Science are developed with your future success in mind.

Learn More About Us

Bachelor's Programs

Aviation News