Wisconsin is home to many degree programs and classes that can lead to careers in aviation and aerospace.
Marquette University - Milwaukee
Offers engineering degree programs and a minor in Air Force Aerospace Studies for students in the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps Program. The courses are open to all Marquette students.
Milwaukee Area Technical College – Milwaukee
Offers an Aviation Maintenance Technician certificate and two Aviation Technician diploma programs (Airframe & Powerplant)
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay - Green Bay
Offers several courses in aviation such as Aviation in the Classroom and Aviation and Aerodynamics for Pilots and Sport Pilots.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee - Milwaukee
Offers a degree in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and in Mechanical Engineering, as well as an Aeronautics & Aerospace student organization.
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh - Oshkosh
Online bachelor’s degree in
Aviation Management that allows graduates of technical or community colleges to advance their degree and career in aviation. Military experience, and FAA ATP and A&P certifications are also considered for admission and credit transfer.
- Students are able to transfer in previous credits and complete the program fully online.
University of Wisconsin-River Falls - River Falls
Offers an Engineering degree with specialization in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics. The degree is offered through partnerships with the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, University of Minnesota-Duluth, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for dual degree engineering programs