The University of Illinois Institute of Aviation was established in 1946. The Institute of Aviation has long been recognized for the excellence of its flight training program and for its research activities in the area of aviation-related Human Factors.
The Institute of Aviation’s Bachelor of Science in Aviation Human Factors follows this tradition of excellence. The curriculum involves two core components.
The first includes an instructional sequence of professional pilot training courses that will enable the students to obtain their FAA private, instrument, commercial, multi-engine, and flight instructor certificates and ratings.
The second component is the human factors core which includes cockpit resource management, aviation psychology, and aviation accident investigation and analysis. Additionally, you will fulfil the university general education requirements and will also be able to complete an outside area of concentration in another related field, such as Business, Economics, Speech Communications, Adult and Continuing Education, Geography, Psychology, etc., which will complement the two core aviation program.