Aviation and aviation maintenance are some of today’s highest-demand occupations, and the new Marshall University Bill Noe Flight School is poised and ready to help students fulfill their dreams. Candidates for our programs include recent high school graduates, veterans of the armed services and adults seeking a career change.
The university is in the process of applying to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to start a Part 141 pilot school. Marshall is working with the FAA to offer two academic degree programs that will prepare students for careers in the aviation industry.
Pending FAA approval, Marshall anticipates offering the following degree programs:
- Commercial Pilot: Fixed-Wing, B.S. (available fall 2021)
- Aviation Maintenance, A.A.S. (available spring 2022)
Feel free to contact us with specific questions or inquiries.
Arrival of first plane in Marshall University fleet
Bill Noe, the university’s executive aviation specialist, picked up the Marshall-branded Cirrus SR20 aircraft at the Cirrus Aircraft facility in Knoxville, Tenn., and brought it to Charleston.