INNOVATIVE, FORWARD-THINKING PROGRAMS AND EXPERIENCES PREPARE YOU FOR THE CAREERS OF TODAY AND THOSE TO COME.
With ongoing advances in technology, your dreams for your future should have no limits. Lewis began in 1932 as an aviation technical school, becoming the origin of today’s highly regarded College of Aviation, Science and Technology.
Hands-on learning and practical experiences are a large part of your education here. It is the direct application of what you learn that makes the Lasallian approach both practical and cutting-edge. You will have opportunities to apply what you’ve learned in the classroom through simulations, clinical experiences, research projects in partnership with corporations, and team competition.
Small class sizes mean faculty with real world experience will get to know you and your career goals, ensuring that you will have mentoring and guidance from the first day of class to graduation. Faculty will challenge and support you, and students have access to numerous academic support services, making Lewis an ideal place to earn your degree.
The College of Aviation, Science and Technology encompasses the fields of aviation, biology, chemistry, physics and computer and mathematical sciences.
Department of Aviation programs are approved by the Federal Aviation Administration under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR): Approved Dispatcher Program, Approved Flight School, and Approved Aviation Maintenance Technician School.
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