Saint Louis University’s Parks College, founded by Oliver Parks in 1927, is a popular venue where future leaders in the world of engineering, aviation and technology choose to pursue their degrees. Oliver Parks founded the university two months after Charles Lindbergh’s historic trans-Atlantic flight.
The Aeronautics with a concentration in Aviation Management program is the first international program of its kind and requires 2 years of study in Madrid followed by 2 years in St. Louis. After 4 years, students will have specialized knowledge of the aviation industry and a strong foundation in business administration.
SLU-Madrid and Parks College, St Louis undergraduate programs are accredited. Accreditation guarantees students and prospective employers that program has met stringent industry standards.
Bircham University’s Aeronautical Technology program demonstrates the specific application of technology to the design and assembly of aircraft. The program provides an insightful and hands-on guidance into the range of aerospace technology, such as: Instrumentation and command, aerospace structures, aerodynamics, flight mechanics, control and stability, aeronautical and astronautical propulsion, avionics and aircraft and spacecraft design.
Subjects covered on this course include: Electronics, Mechatronics, Energy Distribution Systems, Feed Back Control System, Maintenance Engineering Management, Instrumentation and Aeronautical Technology.
The Aeronautical Technology program is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree levels.