Accelerated Professional Airline Pilot Program

The UND Aerospace Foundation offers an accelerated path to becoming a commercial airline pilot at its Phoenix campus located at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona. This 12-month non-credit program is ideal for college-educated professionals looking to make a career change without the need of an aviation-specific college degree.

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Collegiate Professional Airline Pilot Program

Most major airlines currently require pilots to have a college education in order to get an interview. For those who wish to pursue a college degree, the UND Aerospace Foundation offers professional pilot training and a 2-year Associate’s degree from our partner of 25 years, Chandler Gilbert Community College. This program is also located at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona.

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Need On-Demand Aerial Support? Try the UAS Responders!

The UAS Responders provide aerial surveillance of wild fires, controlled burns, public protests, and search and rescue events. Save lives, property, and time! No matter the situation, the UAS Responders team is ready to help.

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About Our Foundation

The UND Aerospace Foundation (UNDAF) is a non-profit corporation that develops alternative revenue sources to support core activities of the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences.

The Foundation develops innovative business ventures with private industry and governments which provides the Odegard School flexibility, adaptability, and confidentiality to enter into contracts and deliver aviation-related services. UNDAF supports the Odegard School by utilizing its excess revenues to subsidize the cost of training for traditional US students, and by purchasing assets for use by the Odegard School.

Consider contributing now to the UND Aerospace Foundation to help educate tomorrow’s leaders in aviation.